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Flight test maneuver design using a skill- and rule-based pilot model
  • M.R. Anderson, C. Clark, G. Dungan
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and…
  • 22 October 1995
This paper introduces an analytical pilot model that has been developed specifically for flight test preparation, design, and analysis of aircraft carrier approach and landing task. Expand
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Body Modification and Aerodynamic Performance Determination of the Buckeye Bullet 3 Land Speed Race Vehicle
The Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3 is a land speed race vehicle designed by students at The Ohio State University. A significant driver visibility issue was identified in the original bodywork design. ThisExpand
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Lateral Asymmetry Envelope Expansion Testing on a Highly Augmented Fighter/Attack Aircraft.
Abstract : Modern fighter aircraft flight control systems are typically highly augmented to tailor flying qualities, increase departure resistance, and help protect the airframe structure throughoutExpand
The History and Promise of Combined Cycle Engines for Access to Space Applications
For the summer of 2010, I have been working in the Aerodynamics and Propulsion Branch at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center studying combined-cycle engines, a high speed propulsion concept. CombinedExpand
A Technology Pathway for Airbreathing, Combined-Cycle, Horizontal Space Launch Through SR-71 Based Trajectory Modeling
Access to space is in the early stages of commercialization. Private enterprises, mainly under direct or indirect subsidy by the government, have been making headway into the LEO launch systemsExpand
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Preliminary MIPCC Enhanced F-4 and F-15 Performance Characteristics for a First Stage Reusable Launch Vehicle
Performance increases in turbojet engines can theoretically be achieved through Mass Injection Pre-Compressor Cooling (MIPCC), a process involving injecting water or oxidizer or both into anExpand
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Implementation of a Landing Footprint Algorithm for the Htv-2 and Trajectory Simulations
This presentation details work performed during the Fall 2011 term in the Research Controls and Dynamics Branch at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. Included is a study on a possible landingExpand