Integral-Type Sliding Mode Fault-Tolerant Control for Attitude Stabilization of Spacecraft

  title={Integral-Type Sliding Mode Fault-Tolerant Control for Attitude Stabilization of Spacecraft},
  author={Qiang Shen and Danwei Wang and Senqiang Zhu and Eng Kee Poh},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology},
Two fault-tolerant control (FTC) schemes for spacecraft attitude stabilization with external disturbances are proposed in this brief. The approach is based on integral-type sliding mode control strategy to compensate for actuator faults without controller reconfiguration. First, a basic integral-type sliding mode FTC scheme is designed so that sliding manifold can be maintained from the very beginning. Once the system enters the sliding mode, the dynamics of the closed-loop system with actuator… CONTINUE READING
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