2017
DOI: 10.1007/s10846-017-0494-9
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Abstract: This paper combines fault-dependent control allocation with three different control schemes to obtain fault tolerance in the longitudinal control of unmanned aerial vehicles. The paper shows that faultdependent control allocation is able to accommodate actuator faults that would otherwise be critical and it makes a performance assessment for the different control algorithms: an L 1 adaptive backstepping controller; a robust sliding mode controller; and a standard PID controller. The actuator faults considered … Show more

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“…An ANN-based adaptive controller using Feedback Linearization was developed in [17] to address the dramatic roll and unsteady longitudinal behavior in the condition of partial wing damage. In another study, to achieve hydraulic fault tolerance in the longitudinal axis, [18] evaluated the performance of three controllers, including Adaptive Back-stepping, Robust Sliding Mode, and PID. In this instance, the initial controller overcame the other methods.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An ANN-based adaptive controller using Feedback Linearization was developed in [17] to address the dramatic roll and unsteady longitudinal behavior in the condition of partial wing damage. In another study, to achieve hydraulic fault tolerance in the longitudinal axis, [18] evaluated the performance of three controllers, including Adaptive Back-stepping, Robust Sliding Mode, and PID. In this instance, the initial controller overcame the other methods.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%