Motion drive signals for piloted flight simulators, Volume 1601
Stanley F. Schmidt, Bjorn Conrad, Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc, Ames Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1970 - Flight simulators - 73 pages
This report summarizes a mathematical approach to the problem of flight simulators' inability to provide realistic motion cues and presents logic synthesized for the Ames All-Axis Motion Generator. Both the theory developed and the logic presented should be applicable to a wide variety of motion simulation problems.
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WASHOUT LOGIC DESIGN
k Coupling Translational and Rotational
Washout Circuits for Rotational Channels
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acceleration accelerometer airplane Ames All-Axis Motion anomalous motions anomalous rotation cues answers to question base average body rates cab reference washout cockpit components Convair 990 coordinated cross product degree of freedom discussed double integration drive channels drive command dutch roll equation evaluation procedures feedback Figure B.l fixed base flight formation flying task Freedom Washout Circuit Ft/Sec gimbal angle Gimbal Drive handling qualities Hence high pass filter indicated inertial reference input lateral and longitudinal lateral drive lead compensation linear motion cues motion drive Moving Base normal force parameters Pitch POOR aircraft position quantities Rad/Sec Rate Computed residual tilt rotation rates Rotational Channel rotational drives scatter Section servo shown in Figure simulated aircraft six degree specific force cues specific force vector Standard Deviation Table A.l techniques tests transformation translational drives velocity vertical limits visual display VTOL washout configuration Washout Filter washout logic Yaw Rate zero