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International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems Automatic Flight Control System Design of Level Change Mode for a Large Aircraft Regular Paper

@inproceedings{Gong2013InternationalJO,
  title={International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems Automatic Flight Control System Design of Level Change Mode for a Large Aircraft Regular Paper},
  author={Huajun Gong and Z. Zhen and Xin Li and J. Jiang and X. Wang},
  year={2013}
}
The level change mode is an essential part of large civil aircraft automatic flight control systems. In cruise, with the decrease of the plane’s weight caused by fuel consumption and the influence of bad weather, such as thunderstorms, the level change mode is required to solve this problem. This work establishes a nonlinear model of large aircraft, takes level changed from 9500m to 10100m as an example to design control laws for the level change mode in cruise. The… Expand

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