Aerospace Systems and Control

Numbering Code G-ENG07 6G409 LJ77 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Fri.2
Instructor name FUJIMOTO KENJI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course We introduce advanced system control theory of modern control based on state equation. In particular, lectures on nonlinear control, optimal control and application to control system design of mechatronics and spacecraft will be given.
Course Goals To acquire modern control theory and nonlinear control useful for mechatronics and aerospace engineering.
Schedule and Contents Three lectures on aerospace and control:
1. State-space equations, 2. Basics of variational methods, 3 Integrability and Forbenius' theorem

Four lectures on stability and dissipativity:
1. Lyapunov stability, 2. La Salle's invariance principle, 3. Lp stability, 4. Dissipativity

Four lectures on optimal control:
1. Optimal control, 2. Dynamic programming, 3. Maximum principle, 4. Control Lyapunov function and inverse optimality

Three lectures on nonlinear control synthesis:
1. Passivity and passivity theorem, 2. Hamiltonian systems and passivity based control, 3. Feedback linearization.

The last lecture gives a summary.
Evaluation Methods and Policy The score will be evaluated based on reports.
Course Requirements Dynamical Systems Control Theory
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Reports are asked for each unit. Review is necessary for each lecture.
References, etc. Nonlinear Systems, H. Khalil, (Prentice Hall), ISBN:9780130673893
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