Real-Time Control Experiments for Instruction and Research at Caltech
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Richard M. Murray
1996 Conference on Decision and Control
This paper gives a brief introduction to some of the experimental facilities at Caltech being used for instruction and research. Two experiments are described: a flight control experiment using a vector thrust engine, and a low-speed, axial flow compressor rig. A common hardware and software infrastructure is used to control these experiments, allowing easy transition from instructional to research use.
- Conference paper: http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/preprints/mur96-cdc.pdf
- Project(s): Template:HTDB funding::NSF CRCD