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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Apogee's attitude recovery

From: Gautier Hattenberger
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Apogee's attitude recovery
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2013 13:17:33 +0100
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What you see is a "normal" behavior. Roughly, the angles are estimated by integrating the gyros (short term) and by correcting using the accelerometers (long term). If your gyros are not well calibrated (a "perfect" calibration is not possible with these low cost sensors, and we are using the default sensitivity from the datasheet anyway), the integrated angles will have a small error that will be slowly compensated by the long term correction. If want a "faster" recovery, it is possible to give more confidence to the correction (dangerous since the signal is very noisy during real flights) and/or make a correct gyro calibration (using a turntable with a good reference sensor, which is not easy).
Also, it is probably unlikely that your airframe will be shaken that hard in real flight (or you just hit a tree and the plane is following...)


Le 05/11/2013 17:14, laizzb a écrit :
Hi Felx,
        I use   v5.1_devel
        Attach test video (note the last two posture recovery is slow)

      Airframe Configuration
     <airframe name="Apogee">
          <load name="mcp355x.xml">
            <define name="USE_SPI1"/>
        <firmware name="fixedwing">
          <define name="USE_I2C1"/>
          <define name="USE_I2C2"/>
          <define name="ALT_KALMAN"/>
          <define name="USE_GYRO_PITCH_RATE"/>
          <target name="sim" board="pc"/>
          <target name="ap" board="apogee_1.0"/>
          <subsystem type="ppm" name="radio_control"/>
          <subsystem type="transparent" name="telemetry"/>
          <subsystem type="apogee" name="imu"/>
          <subsystem type="float_dcm" name="ahrs"/>
          <subsystem type="alt_float" name="ins"/>
          <subsystem name="control"/>
          <subsystem name="navigation"/>
          <subsystem type="ublox" name="gps"/>
          <subsystem name="spi_master"/>
        <section prefix="IMU_" name="IMU">
          <define value="-68" name="ACCEL_X_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="-1" name="ACCEL_Y_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="-64" name="ACCEL_Z_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="2.46053275899" name="ACCEL_X_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="2.45567151099" name="ACCEL_Y_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="2.44223710019" name="ACCEL_Z_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="0" name="GYRO_P_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="0" name="GYRO_Q_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="0" name="GYRO_R_NEUTRAL"/>
          <define value="3.0590" name="GYRO_P_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="3.0590" name="GYRO_Q_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="3.0590" name="GYRO_R_SENS" integer="16"/>
          <define value="0" name="BODY_TO_IMU_PHI"/>
          <define value="0" name="BODY_TO_IMU_THETA"/>
          <define value="-90." unit="deg" name="BODY_TO_IMU_PSI"/>



with questions like this please always try to be as specific as possible.

Which paparazzi_version are you running? What AHRS algorithm are you using? How is your IMU set up?
Best is to provide the airframe file you are using (or at least the relevant sections).

Cheers, Felx

On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 5:15 PM, alonso acuña <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi. I can't help you but I am interested to know how many degrees you mean by strenous and how many seconds you mean by slow?

Good luck

On Sun, Nov 3, 2013 at 1:15 AM, laizzb <address@hidden> wrote:
HI guys:
      Apogee's attitude is accurate. 
     but, The attitude is very slow recovery after strenuous exercise (pith and roll).
     What is the reason?

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