Linear Parameter Varying Identification of Vertical - Longitudinal Dynamic of A Small Size Helicopter (XCell 60) Model
is applied beyond the vicinity of equilibrium. In contrast, LPV control technique explicitly takes into account the change in performance due to real-time parameter variations. Therefore, this control technique gives a promising potential in designing control systems which is robust over the entire operating envelope. In this study, we investigate a new approach implementing model identification for use in the LPV control framework. The identification scheme employs recursive least square technique implemented on the LPV system represented by dynamics of helicopter during a transition. The airspeed as the scheduling of parameter trajectory is not assumed to vary slowly. The exclusion of slow parameter change requirement allows for the application of the algorithm for aggressive
maneuvering capability without the need of expensive computation.
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