Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm

J. Ghommem, F. Mnif, N. Derbel

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Abstract

This work provides algorithms for underactuated ship path guidance using nonlinear control theory. Path following is achieved by a geometric assignment based on a line-of-sight projection algorithm for minimization of the cross-track error to the path. The control laws in surge and yaw are derived using backstepping. This results in a dynamic feedback controller where the dynamics of the uncontrolled sway mode enters the yaw control law. Uniform Global Asymptotic Stability (UGAS) is proven for the tracking error dynamics in surge and yaw while the controller dynamics is bounded. To show the effectiveness of the controller and guidance systems, we simulate our algorithm using Simulink on a marine craft model.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference
PublisherEUROSIS
Pages20-26
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event7th Annual Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference, MESM 2005 - Porto, Portugal
Duration: Oct 24 2005Oct 26 2005

Other

Other7th Annual Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference, MESM 2005
CountryPortugal
CityPorto
Period10/24/0510/26/05

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Path Following
Line
Surge
Controller
Controllers
Guidance
Uniform Asymptotic Stability
Path
Simulink
Backstepping
Projection Algorithm
Global Asymptotic Stability
Nonlinear Control
Asymptotic stability
Control theory
Control Theory
Ship
Ships
Assignment
Feedback

Keywords

  • Global uniform asymptotic convergence
  • Line of sight
  • Nonlinear control
  • Underactuated marine crafty backstepping control

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Modelling and Simulation

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Ghommem, J., Mnif, F., & Derbel, N. (2005). Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm. In MESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference (pp. 20-26). EUROSIS.

Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm. / Ghommem, J.; Mnif, F.; Derbel, N.

MESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference. EUROSIS, 2005. p. 20-26.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ghommem, J, Mnif, F & Derbel, N 2005, Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm. in MESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference. EUROSIS, pp. 20-26, 7th Annual Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference, MESM 2005, Porto, Portugal, 10/24/05.
Ghommem J, Mnif F, Derbel N. Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm. In MESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference. EUROSIS. 2005. p. 20-26
Ghommem, J. ; Mnif, F. ; Derbel, N. / Path following for underactuated marine craft using line of sight algorithm. MESM 2005 - 7th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference. EUROSIS, 2005. pp. 20-26
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