Minimum time control of a third order regulator
Titus, Harold A.
Burl, Jeffrey B.
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The optimal minimum time control is applied to a third order regulator. From Pontryagin, the optimal control must minimize the Hamiltonian. The control is a function of the states. The state space partitioned into regions where the optimal control is either plus or minus N (the maximum control effort) which is bang-bang control
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