1 edition of Investigation of aircraft lateral motion performance function by pulse technique found in the catalog.
1949 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.B. Bain, F.H. Michaelis and J.C. Wootton|
|Contributions||Wootton, and James Carter, Michaelis, Frederick Hayes|
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Investigation of aircraft lateral motion performance function by pulse technique By John Burton Edward Bain, James Carter Wootton and Frederick Hayes. General equations of ground motion The equations of motion form the core of the aircraft on ground dynamic model.
They derive from basic Newton mechanics, applied to a rigid body. These differential equations can be written in a non-linear state-space format (m is the weight and I the inertia tensor): () ⋅ − ∧ ⋅ − ∧. The Equations of Motion The Kinematics of the Lateral Motion of Aircraft Spiral motion Roll subsidence The lateral oscillation The Principal Types of Lateral Oscillation Directional oscillation Directional oscillation with freedom in lateral movement The 'Lanchester' oscillation.
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11 Specific Damping of the Lateral Modes as a Function of Pitch Rate (M=, h=6, m, ao=10 deg) 19 File Size: 7MB. The problem of controlling the lateral motion of an aircraft during its final landing stages under windy conditions is studied in the linear approximation.
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A loitering aircraft Fig.2 Navigation waypoints The challenge for the control system design is how to satisfy the requirements of lateral maneuverability in order to accomplish the scheduled flight mission.
Due to light weight, small size and low flight velocity, the aircraft Investigation of aircraft lateral motion performance function by pulse technique book prone to disturbance airflow. use a continuation technique to calculate the steady states of aircraft.
They determined the steady states of a variable sweep aircraft and the F-4 fighter aircraft. By studying the steady states of these two aircraft they explained that wing rock appears near the stall angle of attack due a Hopf bifurcation of the trim steady state.
The dynamic modeling of lateral control system that controls the lateral dynamics of an presented. The aircraft being considered in this work is a standard NAVION Transport aircraft.
Question Number. The three axes concerned with stability of an aircraft have. Option A. normal axis through C of G. Lateral axis - wing tip to wing tip. Longitudinal axis - nose to tail but not through C of G.
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The pilot allows the resulting phugoid oscillation to continue. aircraft is in flight, lift forces act upward against the wings, tending to bend them upward. The wings are prevented from folding over the fuselage by the resisting strength of the wing structure.
The bending action creates a tension stress on the bottom of the Size: 1MB. Robust Controller in the Structure of Lateral Control of Maneuvering Aircraft – – Figure 4 Lateral motion of the aircraft in coordinate systems.
Dynamics of the aircraft lateral motion is characterized in damping mode - in pitching and spiral motions. lateral oscillations are possible, which set a limit to the landing performance.
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"Lateral-directional" modes involve rolling motions and yawing motions. Motions in one of these axes almost always couples into the other so the modes are generally discussed as the "lateral-directional modes".
There are three types of possible lateral-directional dynamic motion: roll subsidence mode, spiral mode, and Dutch roll mode. The drive for aircraft efficiency and minimum environmental impact is requiring the aerospace industry to generate technologically innovative and highly integrated aircraft concepts.
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The results of the investigation”considertigsn airplane tiee to move laterally,to roll, and to yaw cumperedwith the case of an air— plane free only to yaw me presented in figure 1.
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However, these filters occasionally produce dynamics requiring assistance from. The net effect of poor lateral trim is that the pilot (or autopilot) needs to maintain some control input to counteract the aircraft's tendency to roll toward the "heavy" wing.
Large aircraft (and "fancy" light aircraft like the Beechcraft Bonanza) have aileron trim to help out with this, but for aircraft without that particular luxury the. a large signature. The removal of parts of the vertical tail results in a lateral-directional behavior of the aircraft, which is far different than that of a conventional one.
In order to get a new control on the lateral axis, a thrust vector control was added to the aircraft. It is. is the transfer function of the system (); the function Gxu(s) = (sI−A)−1B is the transfer function from input to state.
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