acceleration feedback

acceleration feedback

[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ′fēd·bak]
(aerospace engineering)
The use of accelerometers strategically located within the body of a missile so that they sense body accelerations during flight and interact with another device on board the missile or with a control center on the ground or in an airplane to keep the missile's speed within design limits.
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Orosz, "Dynamics of connected vehicle systems with delayed acceleration feedback," Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, vol.
J0rgensen, State estimation with wave filtering for an unmanned surface vehicle: by utilizing acceleration feedback, MS thesis, Institutt for Teknisk Kybernetikk, 2011.
However, to the best of our knowledge, no literatures have considered the acceleration feedback for the singular system with sampled-data.
Compared with displacement and velocity, [16] shows that the acceleration signal is easier to be measured and control system based on acceleration feedback is more robust.
A control system employing COM acceleration feedback was developed and evaluated for a single SCI subject with an implanted neuroprosthesis for standing function.
Acceleration feedback control strategies for active and semi-active systems: modeling, algorithm development and experimental verification.
The discrete Fourier transform model is perfect for digital random controllers because it allows easy correction of the input PSD shape using the acceleration feedback signal from the UUT.
The PPF method uses a second-order compensator as controller, which has a relatively narrow vibration damping bandwidth and achieves better acceleration feedback. The PPF control method is adopted for the ATMD used in the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy developed by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the German Aerospace Center [10].
Zhang, "Sup-resonant response of a nonautonomous maglev system with delayed acceleration feedback control," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol.
The controller con sisted of using proportional COM acceleration feedback to drive an artificial neural network (ANN).
Acceleration feedbacks were added to each rotating frame with controllers [R.sub.a7] and [Ra.sub.8].