Development of an educational interactive hardware‐in‐the‐loop missile guidance system simulator

Development of an educational interactive hardware‐in‐the‐loop missile guidance system... INTRODUCTIONHardware‐in‐the‐loop (HIL) real‐time simulation is a type of practical technology for testing theoretical methods, especially in engineering education. In the past few years, a serials of laboratory experimental setups are designed for educational purpose. As a result, researchers and students have gained significant experience in design and construction of real hardware systems. Sahin et al. designed and developed an Educational Desktop Robot R3D to be used for haptics, teleoperation, and redundancy control studies. Crespo et al. developed a system responsible for the control, supervision, and monitoring of the system using the programming software LabVIEW. And Shiakolas et al. used a real‐time digital control environment with a HIL magnetic levitation (maglev) device for modeling and controls education. These efforts focus on teaching the control theory for students.For the students of Aeronautics and Astronautics School in Beihang University, aerospace engineering experiment course is an important part of learning. Missile TV guidance HIL real‐time simulation is the main content of the aerospace engineering experiment. In the field of guidance system simulation, there are some related works. Khan et al. designed a MATLAB‐based application to teach the guidance, navigation, and control concepts of a quadrotor to undergraduate students, using a graphical user interface http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computer Applications in Engineering Education Wiley

Development of an educational interactive hardware‐in‐the‐loop missile guidance system simulator

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© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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1061-3773
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1099-0542
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10.1002/cae.21888
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INTRODUCTIONHardware‐in‐the‐loop (HIL) real‐time simulation is a type of practical technology for testing theoretical methods, especially in engineering education. In the past few years, a serials of laboratory experimental setups are designed for educational purpose. As a result, researchers and students have gained significant experience in design and construction of real hardware systems. Sahin et al. designed and developed an Educational Desktop Robot R3D to be used for haptics, teleoperation, and redundancy control studies. Crespo et al. developed a system responsible for the control, supervision, and monitoring of the system using the programming software LabVIEW. And Shiakolas et al. used a real‐time digital control environment with a HIL magnetic levitation (maglev) device for modeling and controls education. These efforts focus on teaching the control theory for students.For the students of Aeronautics and Astronautics School in Beihang University, aerospace engineering experiment course is an important part of learning. Missile TV guidance HIL real‐time simulation is the main content of the aerospace engineering experiment. In the field of guidance system simulation, there are some related works. Khan et al. designed a MATLAB‐based application to teach the guidance, navigation, and control concepts of a quadrotor to undergraduate students, using a graphical user interface

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Computer Applications in Engineering EducationWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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