The purpose of Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) simulations of complex dynamic systems is the validation of the control laws and intensive hardware testing. This is usually obtained through specific configurations where flight hardware and the relative on-board software are placed in a loop together with external PC-based simulations of the external environment. This paper describes the HIL tests performed to validate the attitude determination and control system (ADCS) of ALMASat, the first educational spacecraft being developed in the Forlì laboratories of the II School of Engineering of the University of Bologna.

ALMASat Attitude Control Hardware-in-the-Loop simulations

TORTORA, PAOLO;GIULIETTI, FABRIZIO;
2006

Abstract

The purpose of Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) simulations of complex dynamic systems is the validation of the control laws and intensive hardware testing. This is usually obtained through specific configurations where flight hardware and the relative on-board software are placed in a loop together with external PC-based simulations of the external environment. This paper describes the HIL tests performed to validate the attitude determination and control system (ADCS) of ALMASat, the first educational spacecraft being developed in the Forlì laboratories of the II School of Engineering of the University of Bologna.
Proceedings of the 57th International Astronautical Congress
P. Tortora; F. Giulietti; A. Corbelli; V. Fabbri
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