Extended state observer based impact angle constrained guidance law for maneuvering target interception

In this paper, a nonsingular, essentially continuous and finite-time convergent impact angle constrained guidance law for intercepting stationary, constant speed, and maneuvering targets is developed using advanced terminal sliding mode control schemes and extended state observer. In order to achieve the specified intercept angle in finite time without singularity, the nonsingular fast terminal sliding mode control algorithm is employed to construct sliding surface. The fast terminal sliding mode control technique is used to establish the reaching law, so the system trajectory converges quickly from initial state to the switching surface in the whole reaching phase and the proposed guidance law is essentially continuous. Noticing the interception of a maneuvering target, the unknown target acceleration is estimated and compensated using extended state observer. Due to its inherent attribute of singularity-free, continuity, and faster convergence rate, no approximation is necessary in the implementation of the proposed guidance law, so better tracking accuracy of the desired intercept angle in a shorter time with a smoother guidance command can be guaranteed compared with conventional terminal sliding mode guidance law. A large number of numerical simulations are implemented to justify the effectiveness of the proposed guidance law.


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  • Accession Number: 01602209
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 1 2016 1:36PM