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Mohamed A. Moustafa Hassan

Bio: Mohamed A. Moustafa Hassan is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Computer science & Settling time. The author has co-authored 2 publications.

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TL;DR: In this article , a DC servo motor based satellite tracking control system based on a FOPID controller has been proposed for optimal tuning of Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID), Fractional Order PID (FOPID), and Variable Coefficient Fractionally Order PID controller.
Abstract: Satellite tracking control system is mechanism that redirects the parabolic antenna to the chosen satellite automatically. It perfectly tracks the satellite as it spins across the sky in its orbit. To maintain a continuous communication signal throughout multiple satellite tracking missions, the tracking process must be fast and smooth, with minimal deviations from the target position. Various controller models have been presented over time to address the problem of antenna positioning in satellite systems and to track moveable targets using servomechanism. The purpose of this study is to describe and debate a satellite tracking control system based on a DC servo motor. For optimal tuning of Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID), Fractional Order PID (FOPID) and Variable Coefficient Fractional Order PID (V-FOPID) controllers that were used in satellite control system, Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Gravitational Search Algorithm with Particle Swarm Optimization (GSA-PSO) and Eagle Strategy with Particle Swarm Optimization (ES-PSO) techniques were proposed. Dynamic Performance Indices Based Objective Functions is used to compute the Performance Index. Furthermore, Self-Tuning Fuzzy FOPID (STF-FOPID) is proposed for satellite tracking control system. The system's response is analyzed, and the outcomes of various control strategies are measured and compared to others. The obtained results implies that Variable Coefficient Fractional Order PID controller tuned using Eagle Strategy with Particle Swarm Optimization can precisely trace the desired position with the fastest settling time and free overshoot when compared to other control strategies.
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TL;DR: This paper aims to present and discuss satellite tracking control system based on DC servo motor, and implies that the proposed (V-FOPID) controller is able to track the desired position precisely with the fastest settling time and free overshoot compared to other.
Abstract: Satellite tracking control system is a control unit which automatically steers the parabolic antenna to the desired satellite. It precisely traces the satellite as it Spins in its orbit across the sky. In order to maintain continuous communication signal during multiple satellite tracking missions, the tracking process must be very fast and smooth with minimum deviations from the desired position. Over time, various controller models have been proposed to tackle the problem of antenna pointing in satellite as well as to track moveable targets utilizing servomechanism. This paper aims to present and discuss satellite tracking control system based on DC servo motor. Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Adaptive Weighted Particle Swarm Optimization (AWPSO), Adaptive Acceleration Coefficients Particle Swarm Optimization (AACPSO), Modified Adaptive Accelerated Coefficients Particle Swarm Optimization (MAACPSO), Crazy Particle Swarm Optimization (C-PSO), Phasor Particle Swarm Optimization (PPSO),Gravitational Search Algorithm with Particle Swarm Optimization (GSA-PSO) and Eagle Strategy with Particle Swarm Optimization (ES-PSO) are proposed for optimal tuning of Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID), Fuzzy PID (FPID), Variable Coefficient PID (V-PID), Fractional Order PID (FOPID) and Variable Coefficient Fractional Order PID (V-FOPID) controllers in satellite control system. Performance Index measured using Integral Based Objective Functions and Dynamic Performance Indices Based Objective Functions. Also, Self-Tuning Fuzzy PID (STF-PID) controller and Self-Tuning Fuzzy FOPID (STFFOPID) are proposed for satellite tracking control system. The system and control strategies designed and simulated in MATLAB & SIMULINK. The response of the system is analyzed, and the results of different control strategies are measured and compared with others. The obtained results implies that the proposed (V-FOPID) controller is able to track the desired position precisely with the fastest settling time and free overshoot compared to other