Robert T. Reichert

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A new approach to gain scheduling linear dynamic controllers is illustrated on a pitch-axis autopilot design problem. In this application the linear controllers are designed at distinct operating conditions by H-Innnity methods. The gain scheduling procedure uses particular features of both the linear dynamic controllers and the controller connguration to(More)
This article examines dynamically scheduling multiple linear-time-invariant (LTI) controllers, designed using Hdp techniques, for systems with widely varying plant dynamics. The observerlfull-state feedback structure of the LTI H, controller is extended to accommodate the time-varying, nonlinear dynamics problem. A procedure for handling the variations that(More)
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