2 edition of Piloted evaluation of an integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control design found in the catalog.
Piloted evaluation of an integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control design
1994 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Adelphi, Md.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Michelle M. Bright ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106741., Army Research Laboratory Technical Report -- ARL-TR-519., Army Research Laboratory technical report -- ARL-TR-519.|
|Contributions||Bright, Michelle M., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Design for a linear integrated airframe/propulsion model of a STOVL aircraft in transition flight to demonstrate the design steps.
The centralized controller used in this study was designed previously in Ref.  and the details of the centralized control design step are discussed in that reference. So only those features of the centralized control.
Get this from a library. Piloted evaluation of an integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control design. [Michelle M Bright; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. : Piloted Evaluation of an Integrated Methodology for Propulsion and Airframe Control Design - Michelle M.
Bright - Libri IFPC design approach combined the best aspects of the two DMICS studies and was referred to as integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control. the existing IFPC methodologies and/or formulate new integrated control design methodologies that can be applied to a broad class of aerospace systems that exhibit strong coupling between the various sub-systems.
The NASA LeRC in-house research program has Methodology for Propulsion and Airframe Control (IMPAC).File Size: 1MB. Propulsion-system-specific results are presented from the application of the integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control (IMPAC) design approach to integrated flight/propulsion.
A comprehensive evaluation test plan, including a piloted simulation, has been developed to validate this integrated-controls design methodology. Preliminary results show significant benefits of integrated control in terms of enhanced aircraft maneuverability, precise flight path control, reduced pilot workload, and fault tolerant system by: 7.
Developed IMPAC (Integrated Methodology for Propulsion and Airframe Control), a systematic procedure addressing future high performance aircraft needs.
Demonstrated IMPAC through IFPC (Integrated Flight/Propulsion Control) design for conceptual STOVL (Short Take-Off Vertical Landing) aircraft. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Application of an integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control design to a STOVL aircraft. No Access Piloted evaluation of an integrated methodology for propulsion and airframe control design. Highly augmented control mode concepts and simulation evaluation for STOVL aircraft.
Propulsion airframe integration design and analysis has many challenges as we move into the 21st century. Along with the conventional challenges of integrating a propulsion system on an aircraft, new technologies and new business drivers dictate innovative approaches to.
Integrated Propulsion / Flight Control Example: The PCA Program • Program initiated after United Flight lost all flight control and landed at Sioux City, Iowa • Direct throttle control used, very difficult to control Phugoid and Dutch Roll Oscillations • Boeing developed a Propulsion Controlled Aircraft (PCA) flight.
Consequently, the important vuiabJes to control are also measured. The premise here is that a decentralized-lrierarchical apPropulsion control: proach to control design presents a. practical method for The propulsion control problem is fundamentally different producing an integrated flight/propulsion control that ac-from the Bight control Cited by: 5.
In this section, we show how the multibody model can be used for the control of Euler angles and nacelle inclination angle of the XV In a common study of tilt-rotor aircraft attitude control. Aircraft Loss of Control Problem Analysis and Research Toward a Holistic Solution Ellerbroek J. and Rodriguez y Martin M., “ Design and Piloted Simulator Evaluation of Adaptive Safe Flight Envelope Protection Algorithm Fulton C.
and Chicatelli A., “ Flight Simulator Evaluation of Enhanced Propulsion Control Modes for Emergency Cited by: In the integrated flight propulsion control system, the integration control laws are developed as an off-line process and stored in an on-board computer for implementation.
Also real-time optimization improves the performance further compared to pre-programmed optimization. This results in an optimum integrated flight propulsion Size: 1MB.
Piloted Evaluation of an Integrated Methodology for Propulsion and Airframe Control Design Bright, M. / Simon, D. / Garg, S. / Mattern, D. / AIAA | print version. This paper deals with a problem of speed and flight-path control of a propulsion controlled aircraft (Boeing ) that has no available primary control surfaces.
The performance of the control strategy that takes advantage of the pitchingmoment arm difference between the inboard and outboard engines is investigated through computer : Yoshimasa Ochi, Kimio Kanai.
Airplane Design Part II: Preliminary Configuration Design and Integration of the Propulsion System is the second book in a series of eight volumes on airplane design.
The airplane design series has been internationally acclaimed as a practical reference that covers the methodology and decision making involved in the process of designing airplanes.5/5(2).
Reducing the theoretical methods of flight control to design practice, Practical Methods for Aircraft and Rotorcraft Flight Control Design: An Optimization-Based Approach compiles the authors extensive experience and lessons learned into a single comprehensive resource for both academics and working flight control by: 3.
An Integrated Safety and Systems Engineering Methodology e.g., airframe and hardware design, operating procedures, maintenance, etc. the source control methodology used by the team did not allow concurrent editing of the tables, causing additional by: 6.
viii Contents Design Phases 38 Design Flowchart 39 Design Groups 41 Design Steps 43 References 47 3 Aircraft Conceptual Design 49 Introduction 49 Primary Functions of Aircraft Components 50 Aircraft Configuration Alternatives 52 Wing Configuration 53 Tail Configuration 55 Propulsion System Configuration 55 Landing Gear Configuration integrated digital electronic control (HIDEC) aircraft were perturbed using inlet cowl rotation steps at various sub-sonic and supersonic ﬂight conditions to determine the effect on aircraft performance.
The feasibility of the perturbation-search technique for identifying integrated airframe-propulsion system performance effects was suc. JAPCC | Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems in Contested Environments | September iii.
FROM: The Executive Director of the Joint Air Power Competence Centre (JAPCC) SUBJECT: Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems in Contested Environments.
DISTRIBUTION: All NATO Commands, Nations, Ministries of Defence and Relevant Organizations. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) (or uncrewed aerial vehicle, commonly known as a drone) is an aircraft without a human pilot on board and a type of unmanned are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the flight of UAVs may operate with various degrees of autonomy:.
various airframe and payload technologies • In order to improve reliability and hence reduce the flight test risks, electrical power systems were chosen • Redundancy was included where possible in flight controls and propulsion systems • All flight surfaces were to be as ‘configurable’ as required by the research (plug-on wings, tail etc).
Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. This chapter concentrates on technology and systems integration—combining disparate units into a unified whole to achieve a common goal. 1 The biggest systems integration challenge faced by the HSR Program is designing an integrated aircraft with acceptable flight dynamics and handling qualities.
Achieving this goal requires overcoming adverse interactions involving the pilot, airframe. and control group starts their analysis. An early evaluation by the designer, before detailed control system design starts, makes the design process much more efficient. In this report a methodology for rapid control power evaluation of conceptual and early preliminary design configurations against requirements at the critical flight conditions is.
Title: A Piloted Evaluation of an Oblique-Wing Research Aircraft Motions Simula tion With Decoupling Control Laws Author: Robert w. Kempel, Walter E. McNeil, Glenn B. Gilyard, and Tridel A. Main e. Evaluation of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems as a Bridge Inspection Tool Background A drone is an aircraft that is remotely controlled by a pilot from the ground and is armed with high-resolu-tion sensor-enabled cameras that allow for recording of highly detailed images and videos.
A drone is able to carry a broad range of imaging tools. Human Factors of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems: Lessons from Incident Reports Alan Hobbs*, Colleen Cardoza*, & Cynthia Null** * San Jose State University/NASA Ames Research CenterFile Size: KB.
Part of the Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering book series (ISCA, volume 84) Abstract This paper provides an overview of the safety issues of the Portuguese Military Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), namely the human error, integration into regulated common national airspace (considering the rules of Author: Delfim Dores, Ana Baltazar, Teresa Cabral, Isabel Machado, Paula Gonçalves.
Airplane Design Part II: Preliminary Configuration Design and Integration of the Propulsion System is the second book in a series of eight volumes on airplane design. The airplane design series has been internationally acclaimed as a practical reference that covers the methodology and decision making involved in the process of designing airplanes/5(8).
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Range. nautical miles, nominal. to nautical miles. to nautical miles. (ICAO), they are systems comprising a remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), one or more associated remote pilot station (RPS), the required command and control (C2) links, includ-ing those supported by satellite communications, and any other components as specified in the type design of the RPAS.
The RPAS operator must hold a valid RPAS operator cer. FAPIP - Fighter Airframe/Propulsion Integration Predesign. Looking for abbreviations of FAPIP. It is Fighter Airframe/Propulsion Integration Predesign. Fighter Airframe/Propulsion Integration Predesign listed as FAPIP.
Fighter Airframe/Propulsion Integration Predesign - How is Fighter Airframe/Propulsion Integration Predesign abbreviated. A safety analysis of remotely piloted aircraft systems A rapid growth and safety implications for traditional aviation Research which could result in a loss of control.
Furthermore, a collision with a general aviation aircraft’s distribution of damage across an airframe will probably also differ. unducted, open rotor propulsion and revived research by NASA and a number of engine manufacturers.
Because of the renewed interest in open rotor propulsion, the lack of publicly available up-to-date studies assessing its benefits, and NASA’s focus on reducing fuel consumption, a preliminary aircraft system level study on open rotor propulsion wasCited by: Evaluation and use of remotely piloted aircraft systems for operations and research – RxCADRE Thomas J.
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Advanced Cockpit Concept Methodology & Design April 19th, Observation: Direct physical inputs to “feel” the aircraft and provide precise touch control will likely to be projected through the airframe Advanced Cockpit Concept Methodology & Design.A Novel Integrated Guidance and Control System Design in Formation Flight inherent dynamics, through replacement with a set of user-selected desired dynamics (Reiner et al.
). Most of the flight controllers designed in this methodology was applied in both Cited by: 4.Uncertainties due to Peak Control Demands, Acceleration Uncertainties, 9 Flight Control Design LQR State-Feedback Control, H-Infinity State-Feedback Control, H-Infinity Control Using Full-Order Output Feedback, Control Design Examples, Control Design for a Reentry Vehicle,