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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2023.10.004

Considering the Cooperative Guidance Law of Multiple Vehicles in Detection Configuration

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Shuo Yuan, Yang Guo*, Shaobo Wang, Yanhua Tao

Guidance and Simulation Lab, Rocket University of Engineering Precision, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China.

*Corresponding author: Yang Guo

Abstract

For the missing relative distance guidance problem, a cooperative guidance law for multiple vehicles considering the detection configuration is proposed. Firstly, to address the issue of missing relative distance, the relative distance can be determined by implementing cooperative detection using multiple interceptors. Secondly, considering that the configuration of interceptors can impact detection errors, the guidance law incorporates a cooperative ranging error model that is dependent on the line-of-sight separation angle between two interceptors. The guidance law also utilizes optimal control theory to design an optimal guidance law that can adjust the line-of-sight separation angle between the two interceptors. This adjustment allows for the separation of the trajectories of the two vehi-cles, thereby increasing their line-of-sight separation angles and reducing the cooperative detection errors of the two interceptors. After conducting a Monte Carlo simulation, the proposed guidance estimation method is compared to the traditional guidance estimation method. The results indicate that the proposed method outperforms the traditional method in terms of detection and interception performance.

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How to cite this paper

Considering the Cooperative Guidance Law of Multiple Vehicles in Detection Configuration

How to cite this paper: Shuo Yuan, Yang Guo, Shaobo Wang, Yanhua Tao. (2023). Considering the Cooperative Guidance Law of Multiple Vehicles in Detection ConfigurationEngineering Advances3(5), 407-417.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2023.10.004

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