Théorie mathématique des phénomènes électro-dynamiques by André-Marie Ampère

By André-Marie Ampère

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Mais i1 existe une autre manière d'atteindre plus directement le même yet; c'est celle que j'ai suivie depuis, et qui m'a conduit au résultat que je désirais: elle consiste à constater, par l'expérience, qu'un conducteur cellular reste exactement en équilibre entre des forces égales, ou des moments de rotation égaux, ces forces et ces mo ments étant produits par des parts de conducteurs fixes dont les formes ou les grandeurs peuvent varier d'une manière quelconque, sous des stipulations que l'expérience détermine, sans que l'équilibre soit troublé, et d'en conclure directement par le calcul quelle doit être l. a. valeur de l'action mutuelle de deux parts infiniment petites, pour que l'équilibre soit en efi'et indépendant de tous les changements de forme ou de grandeur compatibles avec ces conditions.

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References 1. Barrientos A, Del Cerro J, Campoy P, Garc´ıa P J (2002) An autonomous helicopter guided by computer vision for inspection of overhead power cables, In: Workshop on Aerial Robotics - IEEE / RSJ International Conference on Intelliget Robots and Systems IROS 2002 2. Bejar M, Cuesta F, Ollero A (2007) On the use of soft computing techniques for helicopter control in environment protection mission scenarios, To appear in Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing 3. Bejar M, Isidori A, Marconi L, Naldi R (2005) Robust vertical/lateral/longitudinal control of an helicopter with constant yaw-attitude In: Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control 4.

Likewise, the modeling of different induced velocity fields should be carried out to consider the case of a helicopter flying near vertical obstacles, such as the wall of a building. There exists also a lack of research Modeling and Control of Autonomous Helicopters 27 concerning the determination of the wind regimes that can be afforded by a helicopter with a given controller. To this end, nonlinear techniques such as the mentioned CS2 could be used to analyze and improve the performance. Lastly, noting that most of the presented works assume that all the state variables are measurable.

From (26) we obtain that 1 max λ : λ ∈ σ X3 (α) + 14 X2T (α)X1† (α)X2 (α) 4 max {λ : λ ∈ σ (4(αT + DDT ) + (αT AT + DB T )· ·(αT − AT AT − BB T )† (αAT + BDT ))} 4 ≥ 4(αT + DDT ) + αT A + DB T 2 (αT − αAT A − BB T )† 4 ≥ 2 T 4α T + DD + ( α T A + DB T ) (αT − αAT A − BB T )† Notice that condition (35) implies that (αT −αAT AT −BB T )† < 1 . Moreover we have T = 1, A = 1, DDT ≤ 4 and DB T ≤ 8. Hence δ¯0 ≥ 4 4α + 4 + 1 2. (α + 8) By substituting the expression of α in the above expression we obtain (36).

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