Self-Adjusting Control of Non-Impact Docking of Two Moving Objects

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The problem of non-impact docking of two moving objects is solved, one of which is driven, moving in the body mode, pursuing the principle of proportional navigation to docking with the second object, moving unpredictably. In this non-control force, including force environmental resistance, considered to be unknown. To automatically select the optimal values of the control features self-adapting method, implemented by the “principle of feedback on the quasi-acceleration” at discrete points in time, is proposed. Solution of the problem is obtained as in the case of a haunting body of permanent mass, so as of variable mass, when the movement of the body is managed by reactive force. In the second case, the amount of mass, which expended in the process of control, is estimated.

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I A Mukhametzyanov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: mukhia@mail.ru
Department of Theoretical Mechanics

O I Chekmaryova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: spacefrogling@mail.ru
Department of Theoretical Mechanics

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