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Designing Aircraft Simulators

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/2022
Edizione: 1st ed. 2022


This book presents the design of modular architecture flight simulators. Safe transportation of people and goods is one of the main directions for the development of the world economy. At the same time, in conditions of constantly increasing intensity of air traffic, the actions of people, responsible for piloting aircraft and air traffic control are of particular importance. In this regard, special attention should be paid to the process of training such specialists. This book describes various flight simulators of an aircraft, as well as to assess the impact of various characteristics of aviation simulators on the quality of skills of aviation specialists. The book discusses the following issues:

1) method of setting dynamic parameters;

2) methods of correction of simulator parameters, according to expert opinions of operating organizations;

3) modules of simulators of operation of various aircraft units and flight conditions;

4) prospects for the development of aviation simulators;

5) collection and evaluation of information in the process of training on aviation simulators.


List of abbreviations


1. The state and prospects of development of aviation simulator construction

References for Chapter 1


2. Complex simulators of transport aircraft

2.1. Block diagram of a complex simulator of a transport aircraft

2.2. Flight dynamics simulator module

2.3. Control system simulator module

2.4. Power plant simulator module

2.5. Acceleration effects simulator module

2.6. The module of the simulator of atmospheric phenomena

References for Chapter 2


3. Identification of systems and control tasks in the development of aviation simulators

3.1. The movement of the aircraft in an undisturbed environment

3.1.1. Decomposition of longitudinal and lateral movements of the aircraft Real roots of the polynomial Representations of the polynomial Decomposition of the characteristic polynomial Approximate graphoanalytical calculation

3.2. Mathematical modeling of the motion of an aircraft taking into account the influence of wind

3.3. Mathematical model of aircraft flight

3.4. Mathematical modeling of aerodynamic forces and moments

3.5. Mathematical modeling of the power plant, weight and centering characteristics, chassis and atmospheric phenomena

3.6. Establishing the correspondence of the parameters of the object and the subjective assessments of the operator. Description of equal assessment areas. Quality functionality

3.7. Methodology for setting dynamic parameters of an aircraft simulator

3.8. Investigation of the dependence of the areas of equal ratings on the gain

3.9. Investigation of the dependence of the areas of equal ratings on the technical parameters of the aircraft

3.10. Mathematical model of pilot control movements

3.11. Determination of equal control areas

3.12. Adjustment of dynamic parameters of the aircraft simulator

3.13. Other criteria for evaluating aerobatic properties

3.14. Selection of the criterion for the quality of management of energy costs of the system

3.15. Description of the functional quality of management as an impulse process

References for Chapter 3


4. Some issues of practical development of flight dynamics simulators

4.1. Analysis of existing methods of setting up an aircraft simulator

4.2. Approximate methods for estimating the effect of delay on the vector of output coordinates

4.2.1. Operator method for solving the differential-difference equation

4.2.2. Euler's method with integration step

4.2.3. The Euler method with an integration step of  /m

4.3. An accurate method for assessing the effect of lag in flight simulation systems of physical factors

on aerobatic performance

4.4. Evaluation of the dependence of the required duration computing cycle from the natural frequency

of the aircraft

4.5. The choice of the integration step in the approximate calculation of a linear system with a delay

4.6. Selection of the simplest means of smooth approximation

4.6.1. The composition of the software

4.6.2. Implementation of the program

4.7. Approximation problems in the formation of databases

References on Chapter 4


5. Creation of a virtual educational environment for training air traffic dispatchers

5.1. Analysis of the technical possibilities of creating a virtual educational environment. Development of the concept of the virtual educational environment application software package

5.1.1. Analysis of the technical possibilities of creating a virtual educational environment

5.1.2. The concept of the virtual educational environment application software package

5.2. Implementation of the developed concepts of the application software package

5.3. Development of the electronic portal of the virtual educational environment and implementation of the developed educational materials. Evaluation of the effect of the use of a virtual educational environment

5.3.1. Development of the electronic portal of the virtual educational environment

5.3.2. Evaluation of the effect of the virtual educational environment

5.4. Possibilities of using a voice assistant in the process of professional training of air traffic management dispatchers

5.5. Classification of air traffic management simulators

5.6. Collection and evaluation of information in the learning process

References for Chapter 5



Nikolay Kondratievich Yurkov is a doctor of technical sciences, Professor and head of the Department Design and production of radio equipment of the federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education at Penza State University. He graduated from the Penza Polytechnic Institute (now Penza State University) in 1972 with a degree in radio engineering and obtained his PhD thesis at the Leningrad Institute of Aviation Instrumentation in 1977 with a degree in radar and radio navigation. He is author of more than 550 scientific papers, including 13 monographs, two textbooks, a number of methodological works. 

Nina Ivanovna Romancheva is candidate of technical sciences, an associate professor in the department of computers, complexes, systems and networks at the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. She graduated from the Penza Polytechnic Institute in 1982 with a degree in automated control systems and postgraduate studies at the Moscow Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers with a degree in automation and management of technological processes and production (transport) in 1988. Her research interests are in the areas of computing systems and networks, including mobile complexes in a secure configuration.

Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny is Doctor of technical sciences, Associate Professor and Professor at the Department of Computation Machines, Complexes, Systems and Networks at Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. He is the author of more than 140 scientific works, including 5 monographs, 6 textbooks, 1 patent on an invention and 6 state registered computer programs. He was responsible for a number of research projects on ensuring the functioning of modern navigation systems in civil aviation aircraft and air traffic control.

Evgeny Yuryevich Goncharov is a student of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. Evgeny Yuryevich Goncharov is Laureate of the grant competition of the Academic Council of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. Evgeny Yuryevich Goncharov is Participant of the II International contest of scientific cadet works Young science Academy 2021 (Republic of Belarus) and Finalist in the student nomination of the X Youth Award in the field of science and innovation of the Research Technical University Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Springer Aerospace Technology
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 412 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:XII, 146 p. 35 illus., 1 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 146
Pagine Romane: xii

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