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Aerospace Control Research at the Ohio State University Aerospace Engineering Department

Rama K. Yedavalli

Professor

Department of Aerospace Engineering

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

Oct 11,2006


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Outline

  • Overview of Current Research Projects

  • Possible Collaborative Avenues

  • Conclusions


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Current (and Past) Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active, unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active,unfunded)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active,unfunded)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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Control

Allocation

Dynamic

Inversion

SDRE

Redesign

CCCS: Flight Control (2001-2004)

  • Robustness Analysis of the X-40A Dynamic Inversion Controller

  • Implementation of combined Dynamic Inversion - State Dependent Riccati Equation Technique

  • Stability Domain Estimation (Region of Attraction)

    • Method of Vector Norms

    • Sum of Squares Programming


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CCCS: Flight Control

  • Graduate Student: Praveen Shankar

    • Funded by CCCS from Oct 2001 – Sept 2004

  • Publications:

    • P. Shankar, R.K. Yedavalli, D.B. Doman “Stability Domain Estimation for Dynamic Inversion Embedded SDRE Flight Controller”, Proceedings of AIAA-GNC Conference 2004, Providence, RI

    • P. Shankar, R.K. Yedavalli, D.B. Doman “Dynamic Inversion via State Dependent Riccati Equation Approach: Application to Hypersonic Vehicles”, Proceedings of AIAA-GNC Conference 2003, Austin, TX

    • R.K. Yedavalli, P. Shankar, D.B. Doman “Robustness Study of a Dynamic Inversion Based Indirect Adaptive Control System for Flight Vehicles with Uncertain Model Data”, Proceedings of IEEE ACC Conference 2003


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(Past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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M  U

W

D

L

CCCS: Flow Control (2001-2004)

  • Model Reduction for Cavity Flow Control System

  • Component Cost Analysis and Principal Component Analysis

  • Proper Orthogonal Decomposition and Galerkin projection

  • Nonlinear Model Reduction

  • Cavity Flow Control


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(Past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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ωdes

Reference

Model

Control

Allocator

PI

Controller

Neural

Network

Dynamic

Inversion

F-15

δ

ω

NASA Dryden (2004-2006)

  • Current Research:

    • Implementation of Growing Radial Basis Function Neural Network to minimize error due to modeling and failures in control surfaces

    • Successfully implemented for F-15 Dynamic Inversion Controller and F-18 Robust LQR Tracker

    • To be implemented on piloted simulation at NASA Dryden

  • Future Research:

    • Design of Adaptive Critic (Neural Network with Reinforcement Learning) for reference model adaptation during critical failure


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NASA Dryden

  • Graduate Student: Praveen Shankar

    • Funded by NASA Dryden

    • Ph.D. defense in Spring’07

    • Praveen won the prestigious AIAA Orville Wright Graduate Student Award this year


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(Past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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NASA Glenn / GEAE (2005-2006)

  • Development of Model-predictive Engine Control to adapt to

    • Engine degradation

    • Engine-to-engine variation

    • System faults

  • Development of Estimation techniques (Collaboration with GE)

    • Estimation of unmeasured parameters: Thrust and Stall Margin

    • Improved accuracy and robustness to system faults


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NASA Glenn / GEAE (2005-2006)

  • Application of model based control strategies for engine control

  • Application of model based diagnostic techniques

    • Sensor fault detection and isolation in Turbine Engine simulation model using Neural Networks and bank of Kalman Filters

  • Application of model based prognostic techniques to Turbine Engine simulation model


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NASA Glenn / GEAE (2005-2006)

  • Paper published in Turbo Expo ’06 in Barcelona

  • Another paper on Engine Fault Detection using Dynamic/Adaptive Threshold under review for Turbo Expo’07 in Montreal


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Pastt)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(Past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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AFRL / PR /UTC (2004-2005)

  • Turbine Engine Control,

    Health Management,

    Diagnostics and Prognostics

  • Nonlinear transient simulation

    model development of Turbine

    Engine using Matlab/Simulink

  • Application of model based control strategies for engine control

  • Application of model based diagnostic techniques

    • Sensor fault detection and isolation in Turbine Engine simulation model using Neural Networks and bank of Kalman Filters

  • Application of model based prognostic techniques to Turbine Engine simulation model


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AFRL / PR/UTC (2004-2005)

  • Graduate Student: Majid Siddiqi

    • Funded by UTC from January 2004 – June 2005

    • R.K. Yedavalli, M. Siddiqi, A.Behbahani, “Model-based Prognostics of Turbine Engines for Predicting Blade Cracks”, paper to be presented at the 41st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(Past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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STTR

  • Development of hardware and software algorithms to provide autonomous flying capability for formation of manned rotorcraft vehicles

  • Implementation of Robust LQR tracker with artificial intelligence for pattern recognition

  • Use of GPS and wireless communication


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(Active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(Past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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US Army (2006-2009)

  • Robust Stability and Control of Multi-body Ground Vehicles under Uncertainty and Failures

  • Ground Vehicle Dynamics

    • Rollover stability

    • Ride and Handling Performance

    • Stability under failures

  • Efforts to Collaborate with TARDEC in Warren, MI


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Robust Stability and Control of Multi-body Ground Vehicles (ARO)’06-’09


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Robust Stability and Control of Multi-body Ground Vehicles (ARO) ’06-’09

  • Develop a control algorithm for the steering command as a feedback of roll rate, scheduled in terms of forward velocity v and c.g height differential h.

  • Develop a `robust’ control law that will perform well in as wide velocity range as possible and in as wide changes in the cg height as possible.

  • The problem is challenging because the parameter values vary significantly as a function of the operating condition

  • So innovative feedback control schemes are needed to improve the performance of the vehicle in the presence of all these real life perturbations and even in component failures.


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR/UTC

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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T/a

dose

α

P

Cycling Cells

Q

Resting Cells

γ

β

a

δ

λ

T

time

Chemotherapy Drug Delivery

  • Application of uncertain linear systems control theory with structured uncertainty to drug delivery schedule relating clinical information in cancer chemotherapy


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(Current)

AFRL/PR

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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Qualitative (Sign) Stability of Ecology (Need Sponsorship)

  • Application of concepts of biology and life science to engineering systems: Qualitative (sign) stability and Robust stability (ACC’06)


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Qualitative (Sign) Stability of Ecology (Need Sponsorship)

  • Given a matrix with only +, - and 0s (no magnitudes), get necessary and sufficient conditions for Hurwitz stability using ideas from Ecology (ACC’06, ROCOND’06)

  • Matrices which are sign stable are Hurwitz stable for any magnitudes we put in those locations!

  • But the converse is not true

  • Using Sign Stability of Ecology, can tabulate all the 2x2, 3x3 and 4x4 matrices which are sign stable `apriori’! Extremely interesting and amazing !


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New Control Design Method using Sign Stability of Ecology

  • Controllers designed using Sign Stability ideas are Robust and Nonfragile (under review for ACODS’07)

  • They produce Controllers of Reduced Dimension and Reduced Control Effort because they `work’ with the natural dynamics rather than `fight’ with it.

  • Examples of Control Design Using Sign Stability include Satellite Attitude Control and Formation Flying Control

  • Sign Stability based Controller highly superior to Pole Placement and LQR controllers


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Current Research Projects

Qualitative

Stability

(active,unfunded)

CCCS

Flight Control

(Past)

CCCS

Flow Control

(past)

NASA

Dryden

(Current)

Chemotherapy

Drug Delivery

(Active)

Current

Research

Activities

NASA

Glenn / GEAE

(Current)

US Army

(current)

AFRL/PR

(past)

STTR/SBIR

(trying)

Uncertain

Systems

Research (Active)


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Uncertain Systems Research (active)

  • New Technique for Robust Stability Analysis of Families of Linear State Space Systems

    • Application to Stability Analysis of Flight Dynamics under Uncertain Parameters

    • Application to Determination of Drug Delivery Schedule for Cancer Chemotherapy Models with Uncertain Pharmacokinetic parameters

    • Application to Multibody Ground Vehicles with Uncertain Dynamics and Failures

    • Applications possible in Engineering Dynamic Systems in various disciplines


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Possible Collaborative Avenues

  • Qualitative (sign) Stability concept from Ecology and its role in Uncertain Engineering Systems

    • Need sponsorship of this important research

  • Possible continued research in Turbine Engine Fault Diagnostics and Health management

    • Dialogue with NASA Glenn and Engine Companies

  • Possible Continued Research in Stability and Robustness Guarantees for Neural Network Based Nonlinear Flight Controllers

    • NASA NRA under review

  • Will be able contribute in SBIR/STTR efforts


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Conclusions

  • Engaged actively in varied research projects

  • Avenues available for collaboration

  • Vibrant graduate student body (Currently have 5 Ph.D students and one Masters student)

  • Expect continued research activity


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