By Ye Yan, Xu Huang, Yueneng Yang
This booklet develops a dynamical version of the orbital movement of Lorentz spacecraft in either unperturbed and J2-perturbed environments. It explicitly discusses 3 different types of average house missions regarding relative orbital keep watch over: spacecraft soaring, rendezvous, and formation flying. therefore, it places ahead designs for either open-loop and closed-loop keep watch over schemes propelled or augmented via the geomagnetic Lorentz strength. those keep an eye on schemes are completely novel and characterize a considerably departure from prior approaches.
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5. Similarly, UKF presents faster and more precise estimation than EKF. The simulation results indicate that due to the inclusion of nonlinear Lorentz acceleration, the nonlinearity of the relative dynamical model increases. 034 Eccentricity 0 Inclination (deg) 30 Right ascension of ascending node (deg) 30 Argument of latitude (deg) 20 Reprinted from Ref. 2 Filtering Algorithm for Relative Navigation 47 Fig. 3 Relative transfer trajectory Reprinted from Ref. 4 Simulation parameters Parameter Value Initial error Relative position rrq ¼ 5 m/axis Relative velocity Relative attitude Gyro drift rrv ¼ 0:5 (m/s)/axis rra ¼ 0:2 deg/axis rbL ¼ rbT ¼ 1=3 deg/h/axis Sensor error Process noise ra ¼ Gyro noise pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ 10 Â 10À11 m/(s3/2) pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ rvL ¼ rvT ¼ 10 Â 10À7 rad/(s1/2) pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ ruL ¼ ruT ¼ 10 Â 10À10 rad/(s3/2) Gyro bias bL ¼ bT ¼ ½ 1 1 1 T deg/h ri ¼ 5 Â 10À4 deg Reprinted from Ref.
Time histories of the relative position estimation errors are shown in Fig. 4, from which it is clear that the estimation errors of UKF are obviously smaller than those of EKF. 3 T. Furthermore, the estimation errors of UKF are always kept with the 3r bounds, whereas those of EKF are not. Time histories of the relative velocity estimation errors are shown in Fig. 5. Similarly, UKF presents faster and more precise estimation than EKF. The simulation results indicate that due to the inclusion of nonlinear Lorentz acceleration, the nonlinearity of the relative dynamical model increases.
2n þ ¼ f À1 ða þ dq4þk þ 1 Þd^ pkþþ 1 ; i ¼ 1; 2; . ; 2n dq13 kþ1 þ þ þ 0À ^ qk þ 1 , d^ pk þ 1 ¼ 0 qk þ 1 ¼ dqk þ 1 ^ ^þ , x ^þ , ~ Lk þ 1 À b ~ Tk þ 1 À b ^ Lk þ 1 ¼ x x Lk þ 1 ^ Tk þ 1 ¼ x Tk þ 1 þ ^ rk þ 1 ¼ x ^ Lk þ 1 À Að^ ^ Tk þ 1 x qk þ 1 Þx Reprinted from Ref. 3. The initial relative position and velocity vector between the Lorentz spacecraft and the target are qð0Þ ¼ ½ À3:10 266:57 À74:35 T m and vð0Þ ¼ ½ 0:10 5:67 62:36 T Â 10À3 m/s, respectively. By using the analytical solutions in Sect.
Dynamics and Control of Lorentz-Augmented Spacecraft Relative Motion by Ye Yan, Xu Huang, Yueneng Yang