Validation of a general purpose airborne simulator for simulation of large transport aircraft handling qualities
Kenneth J. Szalai, Flight Research Center (U.S.), United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1971 - Technology & Engineering - 70 pages
Analysis and validation of characteristics of general purpose airborne simulator for simulation of aerodynamic characteristics of large transport aircraft.
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GENERAL PURPOSE AIRBORNE SIMULATOR
GPAS SIMULATION OF XB70 AT MACH 1 2
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acceleration actual vehicle actual XB-70 Adverse yaw due aerodynamic aileron feel systems airborne computer aircraft airplane altitude analog match angle of attack APPENDIX bank angle Breakout force center of gravity changes control system Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory damping ratio deg/sec discrepancies due to aileron Dutch roll damping Dynamic characteristics elevator feel systems final configuration final GPAS configuration flight 45 flight condition flown Force gradient GPAS feel system GPAS flight 54 GPAS response GPAS simulation handling qualities hysteresis in-flight JetStar response kg-m2 slug-ft2 lags lateral-directional simulation loop Mach 1.2 simulation maneuvers measured XB-70 meters model-following motion Nondimensional Overall lateral-directional parameters performed phugoid pilot comments PIO tendency pullup and release PURPOSE AIRBORNE SIMULATOR rad/sec resulting Roll power roll rate roll response rudder feel system shown in figure simulation fidelity simulation pilot rating spiral mode static characteristics True airspeed wings-level sideslip XB-70 and GPAS XB-70 AT MACH XB-70 flight yaw angle Z-body