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Proceedings of 1994 33rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
The oscillating eccentric rotor has been widely studied to model resonance capture phenomena occurring in dual-spin spacecraft and rotating machinery. This phenomenon arises during spin-up as a resonance condition is encountered. We consider the related problem of rotor despin. Specifically, we determine nonlinear feedback control laws that not only despin the rotor but also bring its translational motion to rest. These globally asymptotically stabilizing control laws are derived using partialdoi:10.1109/cdc.1994.411574 fatcat:7zvsu5qa7far3cqfesepchs3ny