Angular accelerometer-based inertial navigation system

Uriel Nusbaum, Ilan Rusnak, Itzik Klein

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Abstract: Angular acceleration sensors technologies are evolving and emerging in various applications. In this paper, we propose an angular accelerometer-based inertial navigation system. One application of such systems can be highly maneuvering platforms where direct measurement of angular acceleration is desired. To that end, a review of modern angular acceleration sensor technologies and their possible applications is provided. Two angular acceleration-based inertial navigation system architectures are suggested, and their equations of motion are derived. Additionally, an analytical assessment for short time periods of pure inertial navigation is provided with a comparison to traditional and gyro-free inertial navigation architectures.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 66, Number 4
Pages: 681 - 693
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https://doi.org/10.1002/navi.336
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