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Detailed design of a ride quality augmentation system for commuter aircraft
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Reiner Suikat, Kent E. Donaldson, and David R. Downing.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 4230., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4230.|
|Contributions||Donaldson, Kent E., Downing, David R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.|
|The Physical Object|
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A test ride quality evaluation was also carried out. This indicated that, although considerable performance improvement was possible over existing airplanes of the same type, active ride augmentation systems were needed to achieve airliner levels of comfort. All three airplanes looked good in terms of mission fuel consumption and climb terms. DOCSYS - A Method to Evaluate Aircraft Systems D. Scholz 1 Abstract An evaluation of aircraft systems must be based on detailed system-specific parameters. These detailed parameters, however, are not part of conventional DOC (Direct Operating Cost) methods as applied for the entire aircraft. As a proposed solution, this paper describes a method.
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This report documents the continued design of a Ride Quality Augmentation System (RQAS) for commuter aircraft. The RQAS is designed for a Cessna B airplane, an 8 passenger prop twin representative of this class of airplanes.
The purpose of the RQAS is the reduction of vertical and lateral accelerations of the aircraft. Get this from a library. Detailed design of a ride quality augmentation system for commuter aircraft. [Reiner Suikat; Kent E Donaldson; David R Downing; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.]. The design of a Ride Quality Augmentation System (RQAS) for commuter aircraft is documented. The RQAS is designed for a Cessna B, an 8 passenger prop twin representative to this class of aircraft.
The purpose of the RQAS is the reduction of vertical and lateral accelerations of the aircraft due to atmospheric turbulence by the application of active control.
Detailed design of a ride quality augmentation system for commuter aircraft / By Reiner. Suikat, David R. Downing, Kent E. Donaldson and Langley Research Center. The state-of-the-art in Active Ride Augmentation, specifically in terms of its feasibility for commuter aircraft applications.
A literature survey was done, and the principal results are presented here through discussion of different Ride Quality Augmentation System (RQAS) designs and advances in. The state-of-the-art in Active Ride Augmentation, specifically in terms of its feasibility for commuter aircraft applications.
A literature survey was done, and the principal results are presented here through discussion of different Ride Quality Augmentation System (RQAS) designs and advances in Author: D.
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B Preliminary control law and hardware designs for a ride quality augmentation system for commuter aircraf. ON-BOARD REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM ± UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE CONTROL AUGMENTATION SYSTEM GROUND BASED STATION + ON + CA Y CA Y M CP Y A YA YA Y P Fig. Diagram of the model-following control augmentation system of UAV Model-following design technique is a well-known method for a control system synthesis, and it is very often used in design.
Request PDF | Test and Diagnosis for Small-Delay Defects | Timing analysis is a very important step in validation of both an IC design’s performance and the quality of test patterns  used on. augmentation systems to make ﬂight more accessible for remote control (RC) pilots.
Many research groups are now working on quadrotors as UAV testbeds for control algorithms for au- tonomous control and sensing, 7,9–15 consistently selecting vehicle sizes in the range of - kg. Any weight savings during the very early design phases can be looped back through the whole aircraft design: any weight savings is also accompanied by savings in fuel, the use of smaller engines or smaller wings.
As a consequence, the net savings in aircraft take-o weight is much greater than the weight saved on the structure alone. Get this from a library. Design of a digital ride quality augmentation system for commuter aircraft.
[Terry A Hammond; Langley Research Center.;]. Ride quality is becoming an area of increasing concern in the design of aircraft. This has led to considering the use of active structural mode control systems on present and future aircraft to obtain acceptable ride quality.
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Term::Aircraft-Based Augmentation System: Abbreviation hasAbbreviation::ABAS: Definition hasDefinition::An augmentation system that augments and/or integrates the information obtained from the other GNSS elements with information available on board the aircraft.
Source hasSource::ICAO An Volume I - Radio Navigation AidsAbbreviation: ABAS.manual (unpowered) primary flight control systems was addressed by Dr. Jan Roskam and others in Ref. (6). This considered the use of a separate surface stability augmentation system for general aviation aircraft.
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