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Handling qualities of a wide-body transport airplane utilizing pitch active control systems (PACS) for relaxed static stability application
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||William D. Grantham ... [et al.]|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2482.|
|Contributions||Grantham, William D., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
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Piloted simulation studies have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of two pitch active control systems (PACS) on the flying qualities of a wide-body transport airplane when operating at.
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Conceptual Studies of Universally-Electric Systems Architectures Suitable for Transport Aircraft. Flight Control System, fuselage cross-section and volumetric utilization, low-speed and high. Piloted simulation studies have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of two pitch active control systems (PACS) on the flying qualities of a wide-body transport airplane when operating at negative static margins.
These two pitch active control systems consisted of a simple 'near-term' PACS and a more complex 'advanced' PACS. • Handling Qualities and Control Systems - Ames, in Flwill conduct handling-qualities investiga- tions of representative powered-lift STOL/RTOL transports using ground-based simulators such as the FSAA, to provide solution to problems related to flight-path control and of.
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Wildcard Searching If you want to search for multiple variations of a word, you can substitute a special symbol (called a "wildcard") for one or more letters. In contrast to pitch control/thrust reversing systems, thrust vectoring about the yaw/pitch axes was determined to have better agility payoffs.
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This provides assurance that the glide path will be intercepted from below in a normal manner. There is a Pitch mode with a Pitch Command Wheel directly to.
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even though they suffered from a pitch-up moment at high angles of attack and mediocre. William D. Grantham, Lee H. Person Jr., Melvin L. Bailey and Stephen A. Tingas, Techniques To Improve Maneuver Stability Characteristics of a Nonlinear Wide-Body Transport Airplane in Cruise Flight, NASA TM, Marchpp.
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Active Controls Active flight control can be used in many ways, ranging from the relatively simple angle of attack limiting found on airplanes such as the Boeingto maneuver and gust load control investigated early with L aircraft, to more recent applications on.
aircraft handling-qualities The institutional scale (refs. 9, 10). validation effort used a sample of Aeroscout trainees as subjects. The algorithm score served as a predictor, and the combined Aeroscout tactics grades served as the criterion.
The product-moment correlation was r = (p). The 11 algorithm components were subjected. The model was pow- gence of advanced flight control systems for full-ered with compressed air ejectors and included thrust-vector- scale aircraft posed significant challenges for the ing engine nozzles and a nose boom equipped with angle-design, fabrication, and instrumentation of free-flight of-attack and sideslip vanes and sensors for.As one report on this subject said: Every airline should have a policy on flight path management that emphasizes a human-centric approach to flight operations, allowing the pilot to decide how and when to use manual handling or autoflight systems to control and manage the aircraft’s flight path and energy.The elevators are connected to the two horizontal stabilizers to control the vertical rotation, pitch of the aircraft.
In some aircraft, the entire horizontal stabilizer can be rotated as a complete unit about its own horizontal axis to control the pitch in flight. The empennage of an airplane in flight is shown in Figure