Control and Dynamic Systems V38: Advances in Aeronautical Systems: Advances in Theory and Applications
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Transportation - 420 pages
Advances in Aeronautical Systems shows that real-time simulation of aeronautical systems is fundamental in the analysis, design, and testing of today's increasingly complex aeronautical systems. Perhaps more important is the fact that simulation, including 3-D vision and motion simulation techniques, is an essential element in pilot training for both commercial and military aircraft. An essential characteristic of all modern aeronautical systems is their avionics system, which is composed of many elements, in particular sensor systems.
This book comprises eight chapters, with the first focusing on aircraft automatic flight control system with model inversion. The following chapters then discuss information systems for supporting design of complex human-machine systems and formulation of a minimum variance deconvolution technique for compensation of pneumatic distortion in pressure-sensing devices. Other chapters cover synthesis and validation of feedback guidance laws for air-to-air interceptions; multistep matrix integrators for real-time simulation; the role of image interpretation in tracking and guidance; continuous time parameter estimation: analysis via a limiting ordinary differential equation; and in-flight alignment of inertial navigation systems.
This book will be of interest to practitioners in the fields of engineering and aeronautics.
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CHAPTER 2 INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR SUPPORTING DESIGN OF COMPLEX HUMANMACHINE SYSTEMS
Chapter 3 Formulation of a Minimum Variance Deconvolution Technique for Compensation of Pneumatic Distortion in Pressure Sensing Devices
CHAPTER 4 SYNTHESIS AND VALIDATION OF FEEDBACK GUIDANCE LAWS FOR AIRTOAIR INTERCEPTIONS
CHAPTER 5 MULTISTEP MATRIX INTEGRATORS FOR REALTIME SIMULATION
CHAPTER 6 THE ROLE OF IMAGE INTERPRETATION IN TRACKING AND GUIDANCE
acceleration aircraft aircraft attitude algorithm alignment analysis angle of attack angular applied approximation assumed asymptotic attitude axis system behavior closed—loop coefficients commanded components computations conﬁguration control system Deconvolution deﬁned derived diagonal differential equations dynamics eigenvalues Engineering Evaluation feedback ﬁnal ﬁrst flops function guidance law horizontal human human-machine system human-machine system design IEEE implies Inertial initial conditions input interception inverse Jacobian Kalman Filter Lemma linear maneuver mean square error measure method MSRP MSRP2 noise nonlinear systems observation obtained optimal control Ordinary Differential Equations orientation output parameter estimators performance pressure problem real-time reduced-order rotation RPEM sensor Shinar simulation singular perturbation solution speciﬁc stochastic stochastic differential equations support system T.T. Hartley target tasks technique Theorem tight timestep trajectory transformation trim variables vector velocity error velocity vector vertical W.B. Rouse weak convergence Wiener process zero