This article focuses on theoretical developments in modeling and control of High-Speed Supercavitating Vehicles (HSSV). A simplified model of longitudinal dynamics is developed for control, and a dynamic inversion based inner-loop control technique is proposed to handle the switched, time-delay dependent behavior of the vehicle. Two outer-loop control schemes are compared for guidance level tracking. Various aspects of disturbance characteristics and actuator dynamics are investigated and analyzed.
Vanek, B., Bokor, J., Balas, G. J., & Arndt, R. E. A. (2007). Longitudinal Motion Control of a High-Speed Supercavitation Vehicle. Journal of Vibration and Control, 13(2), 159.
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Arndt, Roger E.A.; Balas, Gary J.; Bokor, Jozsef; Vanek, Balint.
Longitudinal Motion Control of a High-Speed Supercavitation Vehicle.
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