Torque Analysis and Simulation Calculation of Flying Fixed Canard


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Projectiles with fixed canard trajectory correction kit use Brushless DC motor (BLDC) with position sensorless to control fixed canard. Through the roll in the process of fixed canard trajectory correction kit flight direction by moment analysis and simulation, then electromagnetic torque values range is determined. Control effect of electromagnetic torque simulation, determine from the electromagnetic torque to meet the requirements in the process of correction.



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Li Qiang




K. C. Zhang et al., "Torque Analysis and Simulation Calculation of Flying Fixed Canard", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 202-206, 2014

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August 2014




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