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Back Antenna Slew Optimization
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
|Department||Space Systems Academic Group|
Ross, Isaac M.
|Sponsor||Secretary of the Air Force (Air Force)|
|Summary||The objectives of this proposal are to advance new ideas via students’ thesis research in antenna slew optimization. The torque envelopes in antenna motor have a state-dependent geometry. They can be mathematically characterized using a set of nonlinear equations. Thus, new tools for analyzing and exploiting these nonlinear equations are necessary to recover a systems capability. These tools have been developed at the Control and Optimization Laboratories, and the objective of this project is to advance this research using these tools.|
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