Fixed-base simulation study of decoupled longitudinal controls during approach and landing of a medium jet transport in the presence of wind shear
G. Kimball Miller, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Langley Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 66 pages
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1-percent level 5-percent 95-percent confidence level Aircraft altitude angle of attack APPENDIX approach and landing autothrottle coefficient conventional controls decoupled control system decoupled longitudinal controls deviation in indicated deviation Standard deviation deviation t controls DMR(pilots equations of motion Experimental factors feedback gains fixed-base simulation study flight director flight-path angle forward velocity glide-slope error Glide-slope transmitter indicated airspeed Kennedy International Airport knots Lateral wind Light shears Reference light wind shear m/sec Mean t(winds Moderate shears Moderate winds NASA nondimensional parameter Standard deviation Pilot A Pilot pilot and wind Pilot C Reference pilot compensation Pilot effects pilot rating Pilot/control pitch angle pitch attitude prefilter and feedback presence of wind Reference Reference Pilot Reference Reference Reference Riccati equation runway scale length severe wind shear shears Reference Reference spoilers Standard deviation Standard Statistical parameter Standard statistically significant ANOV STOL Study of Decoupled t(controls TA(LE table VIII touchdown performance vector wind conditions