OPTIMAL DESIGN OF CONTROLLED AERODYNAMIC BODIES: FROM CONCEPT TO PROTOTYPE
Grant number: LP110200025 | Funding period: 2011 - 2015
This interdisciplinary project will deliver technological advances in the areas of fluid dynamics, control systems and optimisation. It utilises advanced knowledge in these areas to design manoeuvrable aerodynamic bodies and will have a direct effect on Australian defence capability.
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Continuity and monotonicity of the MPC value function with respect to sampling time and prediction horizon
Vincent Bachtiar, Eric C Kerrigan, William H Moase, Chris Manzie
The digital implementation of model predictive control (MPC) is fundamentally governed by two design parameters; sampling time and..
Smoothness Properties of the MPC Value Function in Open and Closed-loop with respect to Sampling Time and Prediction Horizon
V Bachtiar, E Kerrigan, W Moase, C MANZIE
Sampling time and the prediction horizon length are two underlying design choices for the implementation of model predictive contr..
Nonlinear model predictive missile control with a stabilising terminal constraint
VY BACHTIAR, T Muhlpfordt, WH Moase, T Faulwasser, R Findeisen, CG Manzie
In this paper, an MPC scheme for a missile pitch axis autopilot is proposed. The scheme uses a nonlinear prediction model to give ..