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Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance

Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finite element method.,
  • Trajectory optimization.

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    Other titlesTime domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch vehicle guidance.
    StatementRobert R. Bless.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 4376., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4376.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxii, 213 p.
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15392959M

    N A Finite Element Based Method for Solution of Optimal Control Problems Robert R. Bless 1,Dewey H. Hodges 2,and Anthony J. Calise School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Abstract A temporal finite element based on a mixed form of the Hamiltonian weak principle is presented for optimal control. Dissertation: Time-Domain Finite Elements in Optimal Control with Application to Launch-Vehicle Guidance. Mark V. Fulton, Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, June Dissertation: Stability of Elastically Tailored Rotor Blades.

    26 fhoc: Finite Horizon Optimal Control 27 fish: Optimal Renewable Resource 28 gdrd: Goddard Rocket Problem 29 goll: Delay Equation, Gollmann, Kern, Maurer 30 gsoc: Multi-path Multi-phase Optimization 31 gydn: Reentry Guidance Problem 32 hang: Maximum Range of a Hang Glider 33 hdae: Heat Diffusion Process with.   Robert R. Bless, "Time-Domain Finite Elements in Optimal Control With Application to Launch-Vehicle Guidance," NASA Contract Report , National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Primary Examiner.

    In addition to its examination of numerous standard aspects of the finite element method, the volume includes many unique components, including a comprehensive presentation and analysis of algorithms of time-dependent phenomena, plus beam, plate, and shell theories derived directly from three-dimensional elasticity by:   A parametric variational principle and the corresponding numerical algorithm are proposed to solve a linear-quadratic (LQ) optimal control problem with control inequality constraints. Based on the parametric variational principle, this control problem is transformed into a set of Hamiltonian canonical equations coupled with the linear complementarity equations, Cited by: 3.


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Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program ; Springfield, VA: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type.

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.]. The formulation is applied to launch-vehicle trajectory optimization problems, and results show that real-time optimal guidance is realizable with this method.

Finally, a general problem solving environment is created for solving a large class of optimal control : Robert R. Bless. The formulation is applied to launch vehicle trajectory optimization problems, and results show that real time optimal guidance is realizable with this method.

The control algorithm uses both FORTRAN and a symbolic computation program to solve problems with a minimum of user by: Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance / By Robert R. Bless, Langley Research Center. and Georgia Institute of Technology.

School of Aerospace Engineering. Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program ; Springfield, VA: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ), by Robert R.

Bless, Langley Research. A time-domain finite element method is developed for optimal control prob-lems. The theory derived is general enough to handle a large class of problems including optimal control problems that are continuous in the states and controls, problems with discontinuities in the states and/or system equations, problems with.

Time-domain finite elements in optimal control with application to launch-vehicle guidance. optimal control problems by using finite elements and a symbolic manipulator.

time-domain finite. Abstract. Multistage launch vehicles are employed to place spacecraft and satellites in their operational orbits. If the rocket aerodynamics and propulsion are modeled appropriately, optimization of their ascent trajectory consists in determining the coast duration and the thrust time history that maximize the final mass at : Guido Palaia, Marco Pallone, Mauro Pontani, Paolo Teofilatto.

Numerical Methods for Optimal Control Problems with Application to Autonomous Vehicles Ph. Head’s Prof. Davide Bigoni Final Examination 07 / 04 / Board of Examiners Prof. Oreste Salvatore Bursi (Universita degli Studi di Trento)` Prof. Dionisio P.

Bernal (Northeastern University, Boston). In [25, 26] a linear rate of convergence was proved in Hilbert spaces and applied to optimal control. All the applications to optimal control problems were carried out for finite. The solution of a launch vehicle trajectory problem by an adaptive finite-element method Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol.No.

Deferred-Correction Optimal Control with Applications to Inverse Problems in Flight MechanicsCited by: the pioneer book by J.-L. Lions [24] published in many papers have been devoted to both its theoretical aspects and its practical applications. The present article belongs to the latter set: we review some work related to real-life applications of optimal control theory to some engineering and environmental problems that haveCited by: 5.

We describe a second-order discontinuous Galerkin finite-element method for the solution of an optimal control problem for determining the trajectory Cited by: 3.

Optimal Flutter Suppression of Nonlinear Typical Wing Section Using Time-Domain Finite Elements Method Journal of Aerospace Engineering, Vol. 27, No. 5 A semi-analytical direct optimal control solution for strongly excited and dissipative Hamiltonian systemsCited by: Dadebo S.

and Luus R. Optimal control of time-delay systems by dynamic programming, Optimal Control Applications and Meth pp. 29{41 (). A chemical reaction A)B is processed in two tanks. State and control variables: Tank 1: x 1(t): (scaled) concentration x 2(t): (scaled) temperature u 1(t): temperature control Tank 2: xFile Size: 2MB.

It was also used to solve the trajectory optimization of a multistage launch vehicle with dynamic pressure constraints. To add to the aforementioned bulk of literature in this field, the time-domain finite element solution of continuous-thrust spacecraft trajectory for Earth–Moon and Moon–Earth flights is considered in this by: 1 Department of Applied Mathematics and Sciences, Khalifa University, Abu DhabiUAE.

2 Department of Economics, Management, and Quantitative Methods, University of Milan, Milan, Italy. 3 Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada.

4 Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Granada, Granada, SpainCited by: 2. Optimal Control Applications and Methods() An adaptive finite element approach for neutron transport equation.

Nuclear Engineering and DesignCited by: Next, the book treats optimization and optimal control for application in optimal guidance. In the final chapter, the book introduces problems where two competing controls exercise authority over a system, leading to differential games.

() Stochastic finite-time partial stability, partial-state stabilization, and finite-time optimal feedback control. Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems () Full-order nonsingular terminal sliding mode control for variable pitch wind by:   Pan, B.F.

and Lu, P. (), “Improvements to optimal References launch ascent guidance”, Proceedings of AIAA Guidance, Bless, R.R. (), “Time-domain finite elements in optimal Navigation, and Control Conference, Toronto, ON, control with application to launch-vehicle guidance”, PhD August, AIAA dissertation, GA.• Using an adaptive FEM to determine the optimal control of a vehicle during a collision avoidance manoeuvre, Proceedings of SIMS • Application of a standard adaptive finite element method to an optimal control problem from vehicle dynamics.

• Combine x = (y,λ), eliminate u. ODE: x˙ = g(x).