Initial Alignment of Large Azimuth Misalignment Angles in SINS Based on Adaptive UPF
AbstractThe case of large azimuth misalignment angles in a strapdown inertial navigation system (SINS) is analyzed, and a method of using the adaptive UPF for the initial alignment is proposed. The filter is based on the idea of a strong tracking filter; through the introduction of the attenuation memory factor to effectively enhance the corrections of the current information residual error on the system, it reduces the influence on the system due to the system simplification, and the uncertainty of noise statistical properties to a certain extent; meanwhile, the UPF particle degradation phenomenon is better overcome. Finally, two kinds of non-linear filters, UPF and adaptive UPF, are adopted in the initial alignment of large azimuth misalignment angles in SINS, and the filtering effects of the two kinds of nonlinear filter on the initial alignment were compared by simulation and turntable experiments. The simulation and turntable experiment results show that the speed and precision of the initial alignment using adaptive UPF for a large azimuth misalignment angle in SINS under the circumstance that the statistical properties of the system noise are certain or not have been improved to some extent. View Full-Text
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Sun, J.; Xu, X.-S.; Liu, Y.-T.; Zhang, T.; Li, Y. Initial Alignment of Large Azimuth Misalignment Angles in SINS Based on Adaptive UPF. Sensors 2015, 15, 21807-21823.
Sun J, Xu X-S, Liu Y-T, Zhang T, Li Y. Initial Alignment of Large Azimuth Misalignment Angles in SINS Based on Adaptive UPF. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):21807-21823.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sun, Jin; Xu, Xiao-Su; Liu, Yi-Ting; Zhang, Tao; Li, Yao. 2015. "Initial Alignment of Large Azimuth Misalignment Angles in SINS Based on Adaptive UPF." Sensors 15, no. 9: 21807-21823.