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A Motion Primitive Perspective on Rotorcraft Regime Recognition

Umberto Saetti, Jonathan Rogers, Georgia Institute of Technology

October 10, 2020

https://doi.org/10.4050/F-0076-2020-16266

Abstract:
An alternative approach to regime recognition that is based on the notion of motion primitives is developed. The algorithm developed is non-causal and leverages the ideas of maneuvers and trims as defined in a motion primitive context. The algorithm functions in three major steps. Given a state and control input time history obtained from flight data, the first step consists of classifying the state and control time history into trim and maneuver segments. The second step leverages the information in the trim state and control vectors to classify each trim segment into a particular trim condition based on conditional (if-else-if) logic. The third step entails the classification of each maneuver segment (flown between two trim segments) as a particular maneuver condition. Importantly, maneuver classification leverages dynamic time warping in order to compensate for rate and time duration variations. Accuracy of the proposed algorithm is evaluated using SH-60B simulated flight data. Operation of the algorithm is also demonstrated using real-world piloted flight test data from a generic utility helicopter.


A Motion Primitive Perspective on Rotorcraft Regime Recognition

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A Motion Primitive Perspective on Rotorcraft Regime Recognition

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Umberto Saetti, Jonathan Rogers, Georgia Institute of Technology