In-flight simulation study of decoupled longitudinal controls for the approach and landing of a STOL aircraft, Volume 2710
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acceleration derivative due acceleration input adverse ground effect airframe Analog Computer angle of attack approach and landing augmented stability derivatives blade pitch Blown Flap calm air CD configuration cockpit control column displacement completely decoupled configuration control column control sensitivity control system conventional SAS damping ratio deceleration decoupled controls decoupled longitudinal controls Decoupled SSD Dutch Roll feedback flap flight path angle flight variables flying qualities forward speed ft/sec glide slope ground simulator handling qualities in-flight simulator ISAS level of turbulence longitudinal acceleration derivative loop m/sec NASA Navion nominal turbulence obtained pilot compensation Pilot Rating pitch acceleration derivative pitch attitude changes pitch rate rad/sec rate of sink safety pilot SAS configuration sec per rad shown in Figure simulator study sink rate speed reduction Stability Augmentation System steady state decoupled Step Inputs STOL Transport Study of Decoupled tion transient trim turbulence sensitivity vertical acceleration derivative zero