State Space System Modelling of a Quad Copter UAV

08/20/2019
by   Zaid Tahir, et al.
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In this paper, a linear mathematical model for a quad copter unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is derived. The three degrees of freedom (3DOF) and six degrees of freedom (6DOF) quad copter state-space models are developed starting from basic Newtonian equations. These state space models are very important to control the quad copter system which is inherently dynamically unstable.

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