This paper explains the methodology developed to design the yaw control system (heading control system) of the α-SAC UAV. The problem of modeling and controlling the tail motion of this UAV along a desired trajectory is considered. First, the response data of the system are collected during special flight test and a linear time invariant model is extracted by identification techniques. Then, the control system is designed and implemented using a PID feedback/feedforward control method. The technique is tested in simulation and validated in the autonomous flight of the small scale helicopter.
CitationMorcego, B.; Saldívar, E.; Nejjari, F. Tail motion model identification for control design of an unmanned helicopter. A: Research, Development and Education on Unmanned Aerial Systems. "Research, Development and Education on Unmanned Aerial Systems". Sevilla: 2011, p. 1-11.
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