Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws

Volume 2, Issue 2, Article 3 - 2017

Authors: Taha Ennaciri ; Nabil Mrani; Ahmed El abbassi;Jaouad Foshi

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Abstract

The purpose of this study, is to establish a comparison between two types of controllers, to be used to control the attitude of an unmanned aerial vehicle UAV, known as quadcopter platform. The two types of controllers, assumed in this work, are: A classic Linear Quadratic Controller LQR, and Controller based on fractional control laws. The proposed method shows its advantages in terms of time response and the settling down to the desired attitude, compared the LQR controller.

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@article{Ennaciri_2017, doi = {10.31559/glm2016.2.2.3}, url = {https://doi.org/10.31559%2Fglm2016.2.2.3}, year = 2017, month = {apr}, publisher = {Refaad for Studies and Research}, volume = {2}, number = {2}, author = {Taha Ennaciri and Nabil Mrani and Ahmed El abbassi and Jaouad Foshi}, title = {Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws}, journal = {General Letters in Mathematics} }
Ennaciri, T., Mrani, N., El abbassi, A., & Foshi, J. (2017). Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws. General Letters in Mathematics, 2(2). doi:10.31559/glm2016.2.2.3
[1]T. Ennaciri, N. Mrani, A. El abbassi, and J. Foshi, “Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws,” General Letters in Mathematics, vol. 2, no. 2, Apr. 2017.
Ennaciri, Taha, Nabil Mrani, Ahmed El abbassi, and Jaouad Foshi. “Attitude Control of a Quadcopter Platform Based on Fractional Control Laws.” General Letters in Mathematics 2, no. 2 (April 1, 2017). doi:10.31559/glm2016.2.2.3.