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B-737 Linear Autoland Simulink Model: by Edward F. Hogge

By Hogge, Edward F.

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Title: B-737 Linear Autoland Simulink Model: by Edward F. Hogge  
Author: Hogge, Edward F.
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Subject: Government publications, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (U.S.), NASA reference publication
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Table of Contents
CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................................... 1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 3 HISTORY OF LINEAR AUTOLAND .............................................................................................................................. 3 CONTROL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................................................. 4 DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE .................................................................................................................................... 4 MODEL ASSUMPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 5 CHECK CASES.......................................................................................................................................................... 5 FLIGHT CASE 1 ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 FLIGHT CASE 2 ........................................................................................................................................................ 7 MODEL DESCRIPTION.......................................................................................................................................... 7 MAJOR FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS ................................................................................................................................. 7 NEWTON?S LAWS OF MOTION AND THE MODEL ...................................................................................... 10 FORCE AND TORQUE IN THE INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAME .................................................................................... 11 BODY REFERENCE FRAME FOR SIMPLIFIED TORQUE CALCULATION ...................................................................... 11 FORCE AND TORQUE IN THE NON INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAME OF THE AIRCRAFT ............................................... 14 REFERENCE FRAMES......................................................................................................................................... 15 BODY REFERENCE FRAME..................................................................................................................................... 16 INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAME................................................................................................................................ 18 ORIENTATION USING EULER ANGLES..................................................................................................................... 20 CARTESIAN VELOCITY IN INERTIAL FRAME ........................................................................................................... 21 ANGULAR VELOCITY IN INERTIAL FRAME.............................................................................................................. 24 AUTOPILOT RUNWAY FRAME ................................................................................................................................ 25 STATE SPACE MODEL........................................................................................................................................ 26 STATE VECTOR DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................................ 28 FORTRAN Common for State Vector................................................................................................................ 28 CONTROL INPUT VECTOR DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................. 29 FORTRAN Common for Control Input Vector.................................................................................................. 30 INERTIAL STATE VECTOR ...................................................................................................................................... 30 Simulink Implementation of the State Space Model .......................................................................................... 31 EQUATIONS OF MOTION................................................................................................................................... 33 LOCALIZER AND GLIDE SLOPE ERROR.................................................................................................................... 34 DRYDEN GUST MODEL ...................................................................................................................................... 37 DRYDEN GUST MODEL NOTATION ......................................................................................................................... 40 LAPLACE TRANSFORM TRANSFER FUNCTION DERIVATION .................................................................................... 42 SPECTRAL FACTORIZATION ................................................................................................................................... 45 GAUSSIAN BAND LIMITED WHITE NOISE................................................................................................................ 49 Z-TRANSFORM TRANSFER FUNCTION DERIVATION ................................................................................................ 53 LAG FILTER CASE.................................................................................................................................................. 63 LAG LEAD FILTER CASE ........................................................................................................................................ 72 RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR............................................................................................................................... 76 AUTOPILOT ........................................................................................................................................................... 81 CONTROL CONCEPTS ............................................................................................................................................. 81

 

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