Accession Number : ADA361699
Title : System Identification for Integrated Aircraft Development and Flight Testing (l'Identification des systemes pour le developpement integre des aeronefs et les essais en vol)
Descriptive Note : Meeting proceeding
Corporate Author : NATO RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)
Report Date : MAR 1999
Pagination or Media Count : 400
Abstract : The aim of this symposium was to review the present state of the art of flight vehicle system and parameter identification techniques, and to provide a critical appraisal of current methods developed and applied to flight test data in a number of NATO nations. Particular emphasis was placed on practical aspects and lessons learned in order to generate information useful to the flight test community in industry and government agencies. The technical papers share invaluable experience and emphasize the advances of flight vehicle system identification over the last years to the point where confidence and robustness level is now reasonably high. The symposium covered overviews of identification methodologies, flight test techniques, recent aircraft and helicopter application programs, and a session of short papers covering up-to-the-minute flight test results. A final discussion included prepared comments from experts and concluded with key issues learned in the application of system identification and future research needs.
Descriptors : *FLIGHT TESTING , *INTEGRATED SYSTEMS , *AIRCRAFT , *OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS , MATHEMATICAL MODELS , NATO , CONTROL , REQUIREMENTS , UNCERTAINTY , EXPERIMENTAL DATA , CONTROL SYSTEMS , FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS , PERFORMANCE(ENGINEERING) , DYNAMICS , PARAMETERS , AERODYNAMIC STABILITY , LIGHT , REDUCTION , COSTS , IDENTIFICATION , PROPULSION SYSTEMS , HELICOPTERS , FLIGHT , RELEASE , BEHAVIOR , VEHICLES , AIRCRAFT MODELS , REDUNDANCY , AERODYNAMICS , FLY BY WIRE CONTROL.
Subject Categories : AERODYNAMICS
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE