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М.Г.Гоман, А.В.Храмцовский "Использование методов непрерывного продолжения решений и бифуркационного анализа для синтеза систем управления", Phil.Trans.R.Soc.Lond. A (1998) 356, 22772295
M.G.Goman and A.V.Khramtsovsky "Application of continuation and bifurcation methods to the design of control systems", Phil.Trans.R.Soc.Lond. A (1998) 356, 22772295
In this paper the continuation and bifurcation methods are applied to aircraft nonlinear control design problems. The search for the recovery control from spin regimes is based on the minimization of an energylike scalar function constrained by the aircraft's equilibria conditions. The design of a global stability augmentation system for severe wingrock motion is performed by using bifurcation diagrams for equilibrium and periodical modes. The nonlinear control law, which totally suppresses wingrock motion, is derived, taking into account both local stability characteristics of aircraft equilibrium states and domains of attraction, along with the requirement that all other attractors be eliminated.
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