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Alternative TitleCompensation method of in-track coupling effect of cross-track maneuver for formation-flying satellites
王有亮; 李明涛; 郑建华; 周敬
Source Publication北京航空航天大学学报
Keyword编队飞行 高斯变分方程 法向机动 切向漂移 解析补偿
Other AbstractTetrahedron formation has an important application in the space physical three-dimensional collaborative detection. Formation keeping control must be carried out to guarantee the detecting efficiency. However, the in-track coupling effect of cross-track maneuver can cause the drift along the in-track direction, thus making the deterioration of geometric characteristic, and having a bad effect on the detecting efficiency. An analytical compensation method for formation-flying satellites was designed to eliminate the in-track drift caused by coupling effect of cross-track maneuver, and achieve the accurate formation initialization reconfiguration and formation keeping control under J2 perturbation. The numerical simulation results show that the method is simple and efficient to eliminate the in-track drift caused by cross-track maneuver under J2 perturbation, and can achieve more accurate formation control. © 2017, Editorial Board of JBUAA. All right reserved.
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Corresponding Author李明涛
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王有亮,李明涛,郑建华,等. 编队卫星法向机动的切向耦合效应补偿方法[J]. 北京航空航天大学学报,2017,43(6):1165-1172.
APA 王有亮,李明涛,郑建华,&周敬.(2017).编队卫星法向机动的切向耦合效应补偿方法.北京航空航天大学学报,43(6),1165-1172.
MLA 王有亮,et al."编队卫星法向机动的切向耦合效应补偿方法".北京航空航天大学学报 43.6(2017):1165-1172.
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