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Unified saturated proportional derivative control framework for asymptotic stabilisation of spacecraft

Unified saturated proportional derivative control framework for asymptotic stabilisation of spacecraft

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In this study, the authors propose a unified approach to saturated proportional derivative (SPD) controller design for asymptotic attitude stabilisation of spacecraft subject to actuator constraints. It is shown that a class of simple and high computation efficient SPD controller can ensure asymptotic stabilisation of spacecraft with actuator constraints. The proposed SPD controller utilises the general saturation function, and thus provides a unified framework for asymptotic stable control design of spacecraft subject to actuator constraints. Advantages of the proposed design framework include the intuitive structure, high computation efficiency, easy implementation and asymptotic stabilisation with the ability to ensure that actuator constraints are not violated. This is accomplished by selecting control gains a priori. Two examples are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness and the improved performance of the proposed approach.

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