Corpus ID: 5743705

In Flight Simulation for Flight Control Law Evaluation of Fly-by-Wire Aircraft (I)

@inproceedings{Ko2003InFS,
  title={In Flight Simulation for Flight Control Law Evaluation of Fly-by-Wire Aircraft (I)},
  author={Joon Soo Ko and Ho-Keun Lee},
  year={2003}
}
The paper presented here covers the work associated with the flight control law validation with the ground based and in flight simulation techniques for the handling quality assessment of the pre-prototyping stage of Fly-by-Wire type Aircraft (FBWA). The FBWA is the generic form of the Korean advanced trainer with inherent features. The FBWA’s flight control system is consists of normal acceleration (Nz) and pitch rate (q) feedback for longitudinal axis and roll rate (p) with lateral… Expand
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