The papers presented at the Symposium covered the areas in aerospace technology where automatic control plays a vital role. These included navigation and guidance, space robotics, flight management systems and satellite orbital control systems. The information provided reflects the recent developments and technical advances in the application of automatic control in space technology.Selected Papers from the IFAC Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan, 17-21 July 1989 T. Nishimura ... Type2 (1) pov * +51Ad (ON CENTER BODY) (2) ACCURact : alt; 1.0Ad REaCTION WHEEL (RV) (1) AMCULAR MOMENTUM + 6 Mas AT + 3500 rps (2) Max REACTION TORQUE 1 +0.1 Me (3) Loss Torque ... 4- 1 Functional block diagram of ETS-M ACS the above equation varies much as the paddle rotational angle.
|Title||:||Automatic Control in Aerospace 1989|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-23|