ROBUST TWO-AXIS STABILIZATION OF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES PAYLOAD

O. A. Sushchenko

Abstract


The paper deals with basic principles of robust two-axis stabilization of payload (cameras,laser locators) operated at unmanned aerial vehicles. The mathematical description of the system takinginto consideration interconnection between channels is suggested. Approach to the system structuralrobust optimization is given. The optimization functional for two-degree-of-freedom system isrepresented

Keywords


Payload; robust optimization; structural synthesis; two-axis stabilization

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