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Investigation of piloting aids for manual control of hypersonic maneuvers
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||David L. Raney, Michael R. Phillips, and Lee H. Person, Jr.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 3525.|
|Contributions||Phillips, Michael R., Person, Lee H., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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An investigation of piloting aids designed to provide precise maneuver control for an air-breathing hypersonic vehicle is described.
Stringent constraints and nonintuitive high-speed flight effects associated with maneuvering in the hypersonic regime raise the question of whether manual control of such a vehicle should even be considered. Get this from a library. Investigation of piloting aids for manual control of hypersonic maneuvers.
[David L Raney; Michael R Phillips; Lee H Person; Langley Research Center.]. Insert the Hypersonic 2 DVD into your DVD drive, launch the Explorer or open the “My Computer” window and double click on the symbol for the DVD drive that holds the Hypersonic 2 DVD. If autostart is activated, the DVD contents will automatically open in a new window.
Double click on the Hypersonic 2 Installer symbol to launch the instal-File Size: 2MB. The objectives of this research were to determine the extent of manual control that is desirable for a vehicle maneuvering in this regime and to identify the form of aids that must be supplied to.
Flight Test Experiment Design for Characterizing Stability and Control of Hypersonic Vehicles Eugene A. Morelli* NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia,USA A maneuver design method that is particularly well-suited for determining the stability and control characteristics of hypersonic vehicles is described in detail.
Investigation of piloting aids for manual control of hypersonic maneuvers [microform] / David L. Raney, G incapacitation in aerobatic pilots [microform]: a flight hazard / William R.
Kirkham, S. Marlene Wick They also flew: the enlisted pilot legacy, / Lee Arbon. This study was undertaken in response to a request by the U.S. Air Force that the National Research Council (NRC) examine whether the technologies that underlie the concept of a hypersonic, air-launched, air-breathing, hydrocarbon-fueled missile with speeds up to Mach 81 can be demonstrated in time to be initially operational by Hypersonic Aerodynamics Introduction Hypersonic vehicles are commonplace.
There are many more of them than the supersonic aircraft discussed in the last chapter. Applications include missiles, launch vehicles and entry bodies. A huge effort has been made developing hypersonic aerodynamics methods and configurations. The Air Force Hypersonic Technology (HyTech) Program was established in Originally, the program was focused primarily on scramjet 2 engine technology, with a companion program in airframe technology.
Soon after it was begun, however, the program was restructured to concentrate its very limited funds exclusively on developing scramjet engine technology. flight simulated off-the-pad escape and landing maneuvers for a vertically launched hypersonic glider [gene j matranga] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers.
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I hoped for a more systems analysis book to really design real spacecraft, not a description of some hypersonic projects that have been going on in Europe for teh last 30 years and that I alreeady well know s: 1.
configuration control for dynamic hypersonic models developed under this effort and elsewhere. This paper forms the foundation, rationale, and approach to implement early application of guidance, navigation, and control to hypersonic vehicle multidisciplinary design and optimization.
A maneuver control approach using a scissored pair of control moment gyros is proposed to improve the penetration ability of a hypersonic gliding vehicle (HGV) with a relatively high lift-drag ratio.
Then, a multivariable strong coupling nonlinear bank-to-turn dynamical model is established for the case of lateral maneuvering of an HGV equipped with a scissored pair of control moment gyros. Vatazhin A., Kopchenov V., and Gouskov O., "Numerical Investigation of Hypersonic Inlets Control by Magnetic Field," in The 2 nd Workshop on Magneto-Plasma-Aerodynamics in Aerospace Applications.
With the capability of high speed flying, a more reliable and cost efficient way to access space isprovided by hypersonic flight vehicles. Controller design, as key technology to make hypersonic flight feasibleand efficient, has numerous challenges stemming from large flight envelope with extreme range of operationconditions, strong interactions between elastic airframe, the propulsion system.
History. The first manufactured object to achieve hypersonic flight was the two-stage Bumper rocket, consisting of a WAC Corporal second stage set on top of a V-2 first stage.
In Februaryat White Sands, the rocket reached a speed of 8, km/h (5, mph), or approximately Mach The vehicle, however, burned on atmospheric re-entry, and only charred remnants were found. NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF FUSELAGE-STABILIZER-CONTROL SURFACE INTERFERENCE FOR A HYPERSONIC WAVERIDER VEHICLE Xiaopeng LI, Wenping SONG, Zhonghua HAN National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Aerodynamic Design and Research, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an,China Keywords.
Adaptive Control of a Generic Hypersonic Vehicle Daniel P. Wiese and Anuradha M. Annaswamyy Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MAUSA Jonathan A.
Musezand Michael A. Bolender x U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Eighth. With the rapid development of aeronautics technology, hypersonic flying vehicle is playing an increasingly important role, yet control methods on such vehicle were stilled confined with classical PID (proportional, integration and differentiation) or its variations.
In order to have better control performance, a switching control method was used to design the attitude control law for. This paper focuses on the integrated guidance and control (IGC) method applied in the interception of maneuvering near space hypersonic vehicles using the homogeneous high order sliding mode (HOSM) approach.
The IGC model is derived by combining the target-missile relative motion and dynamic equations. Then, a fourth-order sliding mode controller is implemented in the augmented IGC model. On top of this, because hypersonic speeds allow for so little reaction time and because a loss of control for even a microsecond can lead to disaster, hypersonic vehicles require autonomous flight.Boost-glide trajectories are a class of spacecraft guidance and reentry trajectories that extend the range of suborbital spaceplanes and reentry vehicles by employing aerodynamic lift in the high upper atmosphere.
In most examples, boost-glide roughly doubles the range over the purely ballistic trajectory. In others, a series of skips allows range to be further extended, and leads to the.the manual flight control mode to fly the breakout maneuver and the rest used the autopilot for the breakout maneuver.
The table shows the test matrix, which was repeated to get 8 autopilot and 8 manual flight control mode runs. Repeated runs were made for .