Yongjiang Huang

Yongjiang Huang
Southeast University (China) | SEU

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In some special cases, SINS becomes the last mean of navigation for AUVs. For SINS, navigation errors will accumulate with time. Aiming to address this problem, a SINS self-aided method is designed in this paper. This method first makes the AUV perform periodic maneuvers and uses a digital filter to obtain a set of high precision velocities as auxi...
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The integration of the strapdown inertial navigation system (SINS) and Doppler velocity log (DVL) has become a basic navigation solution for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). However, DVL cannot obtain the velocity relative to the ground when the distance between the AUV and seabed is over the operating range, which occurs often when AUVs are...
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Estimating inertial measurement unit error without any external reference information has always been a difficult problem. The method based on the reconstruction of the gravitational apparent motion in the inertial frame can estimate the accelerometer bias, but a long identification time is needed to get high alignment accuracy. In order to reduce...
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Motivated by the problem that water-track Doppler Velocity Log (DVL) cannot effectively suppress the error accumulation of strap-down inertial navigation system (SINS), this paper proposes a novel SINS/DVL integrated navigation algorithm for deep and long cruising range Human Occupied Vehicle (HOV). Such algorithm decomposes the navigation process...
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For the application of the autonomous guidance of a quadrotor from confined undulant ground, terrain-following is the major issue for flying at a low altitude. This study has modified the open-source autopilot based on the integration of a multi-sensor receiver (a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)), a Lidar-lite (a laser-range-finder device...
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The initial alignment method, including the identification of inertial device error parameters, has always been a key issue in an inertial navigation system (INS). This study focuses on the error caused by the random noise of inertial devices that can be compensated by the reconstruction of gravitational apparent motion in an inertial frame under t...
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Field calibration is an important method to guarantee the accuracy of a strapdown inertial navigation system. Zero velocity update based on the zero-velocity constraint when the carrier is without translational motion is a typical system-level calibration method. In zero velocity update, there is a coupling between biases and horizontal misalignmen...
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The prediction of deck motion is an effective and potential means of improving the landing/take-off safety of carrier-based aircraft using current and historical deck-motion measurements when deck motion in six degrees of freedom cannot be effectively controlled or restrained. The prediction models of deck motion should have excellent nonlinear fit...
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Prediction for deck-motion is a practical measure to improve the landing/taking off safety of carrier-based aircraft when those deck-motions in six-degree freedoms cannot be effectively controlled/restrained. Deck-motions excited by waves and winds own characteristics of randomness and nonlinearity. It is generally believed those classical feed-for...
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Double-vector attitude determination algorithm in inertial frame takes two gravitational apparent motion vectors as non-collinear vectors. Although this method solve the traditional algorithm's problem that the information is susceptible to angular motion disturbance on swinging base, it still needs accurate latitude information to participate in a...
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In the integrated navigation system with inertial base, the update frequency of Strapdown Inertial Navigation System (SINS) is always higher than those of aided navigation systems; thus updating inconsistency among subsystems becomes an issue. The analysis indicates that the state transition matrix in Kalman filter is essentially a function of carr...

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