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Satellite Attitude Control System Design Taking into Account the Fuel Slosh and Flexible Dynamics
Mathematical Problems in Engineering
The design of the spacecraft Attitude Control System (ACS) becomes more complex when the spacecraft has different type of components like, flexible solar panels, antennas, mechanical manipulators and tanks with fuel. The interaction between the fuel slosh motion, the panel's flexible motion and the satellite rigid motion during translational and/or rotational manoeuvre can change the spacecraft center of mass position damaging the ACS pointing accuracy. This type of problem can be considered asdoi:10.1155/2014/820586 fatcat:6fozkhlmwjfmtbfhr67wjju7bm