عنوان مقاله [English]
Using nonlinear control theories is common for the attitude control problem of spacecraft.Feedback linearization theory is a nonlinear control method which tries to transform nonlinear dynamics of system into linear.In this control theory, outputs choice will have a direct impact on the stability of system.In order to control the spacecraft attitude by this method, parameters that describe the spacecraft attitude are considered as outputs.The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of using quaternion parameters as a conventional representation in the kinematic equations compared with modified Rodrigues parameters.According to designed controller and simulation results, it is evident that in maneuvers with zero scalar part of quaternion, the controller efficiency is reduced due to singularity in the calculations.This is while by using modified Rodrigues parameters, singularity does not occur and in this way the controller, in the same maneuvers as the previous method, is faster and more efficient with less effort.
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