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Majalah Ilmiah UNIKOM

Vol.9, No. 2

213

H a l a m a n

Muhammad Aria

It can be seen from the Figures 10 and

Figure 11 that when the helicopter is

operating in a wide range of its flight

envelope, the tracking performance looks

acceptable; however, large overshoot is not

avoidable.. This is shown in Tables 3 which

show the percent overshoot and settling

time for the control algorithms

Table 3. Overshoot and Settling time for

elevation and travel control

CONCLUSIONS

In this paper, we have presents a LQR

control the elevation and travel of a

laboratory

helicopter

system.

The

performance of the algorithm is illustrated

and the results show a good performance in

term of tracking error, overshoot and

settling time.

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Percentage

Overshoot

Settling

Time

(seconds)

Elevation

22.5 %

40

Travel

40 %

100