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Effects of cockpit lateral stick characteristics on handling qualities and pilot dynamics
David G. Mitchell
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, National Technical Information Service, distributor] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va.?
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|Statement||David G. Mitchell, Bimal L. Aponso, and David H. Klyde.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 4443., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4443.|
|Contributions||Aponso, Bimal L., Klyde, David H., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.|
|The Physical Object|
through greater pilot control natural frequencies and smoother and precise simulation of nonlinear functions. References  Mitchell, D. G., Aponso, B. L., and Klyde, D. H., “Effect of Cockpit Lateral Stick Characteristics on Handling Qualities and Pilot Dynamics. An additional piece of instrumentation would consist of center of gravity adjustment and consequent control of the stick fixed or stick free longlludinal stabiles in flight. These will affect particularly the longitudinal dynamic modes of the aircraft which may be conveniently studied through flight .
Structures on Handling Qualities of Generic Supersonic Aircraft Mary T. Stringer1 structural modes on pilot performance and aircraft handling qualities has been a topic of interest for decades. whereas a first order roll mode defines the roll and yaw response in the lateral axis. The stick commands proportional roll and yaw rates for a File Size: 1MB. One of the key factors in the Wright brothers’ achievement of building the first heavier-than-air aircraft was their insight that a functional airplane would require a mastery of three disciplines. Lift; Propulsion; Control; Whereas the first two had been studied to some success by earlier pioneers such as Sir George Cayley, Otto Lilienthal, Octave Chanute, Samuel Langley and others, the.
Unified Theory for Aircraft Handling Qualities and Adverse Aircraft-Pilot Coupling. R. A. Hess ; Handling Qualities, and Added Dynamics in Rotorcraft Flight Control. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans, Vol. 39, No. 1 A unified theory for aircraft handling qualities and adverse aircraft-pilot Cited by: Flight Handling Qualities of the effect on the handling qualities of the aircraft is an area, where the Wright brothers, devoid pushed the aircraft to speeds of mph. Lateral control was performed by the Wright’s wing-warping system which the pilot operated via a hip-cradle.
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Tors that the effects on pilot opinion of cockpit feel-system dynamics are not equivalent to a comparable level of added time delay. The effects on handling qualities ratings are, however, very similar to those of time delay, and until a more comprehensive set of criteria are developed, it is recommended that.
Effects of cockpit lateral stick characteristics on handling qualities and pilot dynamics / David G. Mitchell, Bimal L. Aponso, and David H.
Klyde. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The study confirms the findings of other investigators that the effects on pilot opinion of cockpit feel-system dynamics are not equivalent to a comparable level of added time delay, and until a more comprehensive set of criteria are developed, it is recommended that feel-system dynamics be considered a delay-inducing element in the aircraft by: The study confirms the findings of other investigators that the effects on pilot opinion of cockpit feel-system dynamics are not equivalent to a comparable level of added time delay, and until a more comprehensive set of criteria are developed, it is recommended that feel-system dynamics be considered a delay-inducing element in the aircraft response.
Effects of cockpit lateral stick characteristics on handling qualities and pilot dynamics / By David G. (David Glen) Mitchell, David H. Klyde, Bimal L. Aponso, Dryden Flight Research Facility., Inc.
PRC and inc. Systems Technology. It is shown that this model can be used to reproduce the three most important measurable effects of visual cue quality upon human operator dynamics, namely, an increase in ‘effective’ pilot time delay, a decrease in crossover frequency, and an increase in error-injected by: An experiment that investigated the influence of typical helicopter force-feel system dynamics on roll-axis handling qualities was conducted in concurrent ground and inflight simulations.
Variations in lateral control natural frequency and damping ratio, effected by changes in inertia and damping, were evaluated in a disturbance-rejection task. tive, or aural. The effects of these factors on handling qualities have been studied in atmospheric ﬂight vehicles for over 70 years [1–4], and have led to the development of reference standards for the handling qualities of both ﬁxed-wing aircraft  and rotary-wing aircraft .
Broadly speaking, these standards deﬁne a subset of the. handling qualities because the pilot controls the aircraft through the inceptors as can be seen from the overall control loop depicted in Figure 1. Only very little formal guidance exists on the design of inceptor characteristics for helicopters.
The military han-dling qualities standard ADSE (Ref. 2) File Size: 3MB. Handling Qualities of Aticraft with Marginal Longitudinal Stability BY T.B.
Saunders SrnMARY The problem of assessing the handling qualities of aircraft with marginal or negative longitudinal stability is investigated. A mathematical model of the human pilot is used to study closed loop tracking and the.
Influence of Inceptors on Pilot-Aircraft System Characteristics and Flying Qualities. CR Effects of Cockpit Lateral Stick. Characteristics on Handling Qualities and Pilo t Dynamics.
The influence of different types of inceptors and their characteristics on the pilot-aircraft system. Effects of Cockpit Lateral Stick Characteristics on Handling Qualities and Pilot Dynamics, NASA CR () by: 1.
Active inceptors offer great potential for improving the handling qualities of fly-by-wire rotorcraft. In a cooperative research effort, the DLR Institute of Flight Systems in Germany and the US Army Aeroflightdynamics Directorate (AFDD) conducted several in-flight experiments to study the influence of the dynamic characteristics (natural frequency and damping) of the cyclic stick on the Cited by: 4.
Get this from a library. Effects of cockpit lateral stick characteristics on handling qualities and pilot dynamics. [David G Mitchell; Bimal L Aponso; David H Klyde; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.]. Handling Qualities Pitch dynamics investigated in isolation Pitch dynamics can be isolated mathematically Many tailless aircraft handling quality issues related to pitch dynamics.
Usually studied in isolation. Assumptions Lateral dynamics handling qualities are acceptable. No tip stall. EFFECTS OF COCKPIT LATERAL STICK CHARACTERISTICS ON HANDLING QUALITIES AND PILOT DYNAMICS Authors: David G. Mitchell, Bimal L. Aponso and David H. Klyde Report Number: NASA-CR Performing Organization: NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA.
longitudinal and lateral handling criteria respectively. Part IV discusses a theory of handling qualities based on a servo-analytical approach and Part V presents some broad conclusions.
The Appendix gives a summary of the contents of the more important published works on handling Size: 6MB. Handling quality is defined as those qualities or characteristics of an aircraft that govern the ease and precision with which a pilot is able to perform the tasks required in support of the.
Active side sticks offer the possibility to adjust the force-feel characteristics to account for various piloting tasks and flight conditions. This promises a decrease in pilot workload and an increase in handling : Daniel Benjamin Nonnenmacher, Mario Müllhäuser.
Lateral Autopilots • We can stabilize/modify the lateral dynamics using a variety of dif ferent feedback architectures. δ a - - p 1-φ s δ r -G lat(s)-r 1-ψ s • Look for good sensor/actuator pairings to achieve desired behavior.
• Example: Yaw damper – Can improve the damping on the Dutchroll mode by adding a.The pr sent work is to determine effects of control manipulator feel system characteristics on pilot model and its c mponents, such as limb-manipulator and neuromuscular syste s, in order to find any objective indicators of feel system characteristics optimality.
Effects of cockpit lateral stick characteristics on handling qualities and Cited by: 2.  McRuer D. T., Aviation Safety and Pilot Control: On the Effects of Aircraft Pilot Coupling on Flight Safety Hess R.
A., “ Unified Theory for Aircraft Handling Qualities and Adverse Aircraft–Pilot Wood J. R., “ Comparison of Fixed-Base and In-Flight Simulation Results for Lateral High Order Systems,” AIAA Author: Aleksandr Efremov, Eugene Efremov, Mikhail Tiaglik.