Author : Jayanth Bhargav 1
Date of Publication :7th March 2017
Abstract: Three mode control has been traditionally used since its inception for simple and accurate control of single parameters in simple linear or piecewise linearizable systems. Aircraft cardinal angle control usually is done with more robust controllers due to the complexities and non linearities involved in their construction. But if an SISO equivalent transfer function can be derived, one can test the feasibility of PID. This paper compares the performance of traditional three mode controllers in in-loop and in-feedback configurations in order to understand the feasibility of such frameworks for autonomous flight.
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