Optimize the Satellite Orientation by Using the Inertial Pulse Method, Intelligent Damper, Dynamics, Kinematics and Proper Neural Network

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In the paper are shown one assisted method of the control orientation inertial mechanism of the small satellite. It is presented some of the general components of the small satellite and the possibility to orientation them between three axes using the inertial pulse of the electrical motors. The angular space position was determines by command of the final point and using the proper neural network to solve the inverse kinematics problem with the minimum of the errors. The precision of the space orientation position was increased by using in the proper controlling schema a direct kinematics module, direct and inverse dynamics, intelligent damper and one multiple inertial pulse method what was described in the paper. Finally was obtained one very good precision, before 2%.The neural network, the inertial pulse method, the results and the virtual LabVIEW instrumentation could be used in many other researches on the field.

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A. Olaru, "Optimize the Satellite Orientation by Using the Inertial Pulse Method, Intelligent Damper, Dynamics, Kinematics and Proper Neural Network", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 232, pp. 665-673, 2012

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