Computational modelling and simulation of aircraft and the environment

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Airplanes -- Computer simulation, Airplanes -- Performance -- Mathematical models, Aeronautics -- Systems engineering -- Data processing, Navigation (Aeronautics) -- Computer simulation, Atmosphere -- Compter simulation, Gravitational fields -- Computer simulation, Spherical astronomy -- Data proce
StatementDominic J. Diston.
SeriesAIAA Educational series
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LC ClassificationsTL671.4 .D57 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationv. cm.
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Open LibraryOL23229482M
ISBN 139780470018408, 9781600867040
LC Control Number2009008333

Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment, Volume 1: Platform Kinematics and Synthetic Environment (Aerospace Series) 1st Edition. by Dominic J.

Diston (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN Cited by:   This book provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models for aerospace operations from basic physical and mathematical principles. Highly relevant to practitioners, it takes into account the multidisciplinary nature of the aerospace environment and the integrated nature of the models needed to represent it.5/5(1).

About this book This first volume of Computational Modelling of Aircraft and the Environment provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models from basic physical & mathematical principles, giving the reader sufficient information to be able to represent the basic architecture of the synthetic environment.

Description. Volume I of Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models for aerospace operations from basic physical and mathematical principles.

Highly relevant to practitioners, it takes into account the multidisciplinary nature of the aerospace environment and the integrated nature of the models. This first volume of Computational Modelling of Aircraft and the Environment provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models from basic physical & mathematical principles, giving the reader sufficient information to be able to represent the basic architecture of the synthetic environment.

Highly relevant to practitioners, the book takes into account the multidisciplinary nature of the aerospace environment and the integrated nature of the models needed to represent it. Topics Computational modelling and simulation of aircraft and the environment book include computational modeling, rotating axis systems, and navigation on an ellipsoidal earth.

Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment Overview: This first volume of Computational Modelling of Aircraft and the Environment provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models from basic physical & mathematical principles, giving the reader sufficient information to be able to represent the basic architecture of the synthetic environment.

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Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment: Volume 1 - Platform Kinematics and Synthetic Environment. Research output: Book/Report › Book. Book Author(s): Dominic J. Diston. University of Manchester, UK Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment: Platform Kinematics and Synthetic Environment, Volume 1.

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Enumerate problems with an existing system. Produce requirements for a proposed system. Step 2. Formulate the problem. Select the bounds of the system, the problem or a part thereof, to be studied. Define overall objective of the. computational modelling of simulation of aircraft and the environment volume 1, platform kinematics and synthetic environment, Written for students and engineers, this book provides a comprehensive guide to the derivation of computational models from.

Computational Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft and the Environment 作者: Dominic J. Diston 出版社: John Wiley & Sons 副标题: Platform Kinematics and Synthetic Environment (Aiaa Education Series) 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: This book is a comprehensive reference on deriving and developing computational models from basic physical & mathematical principles, giving the reader sufficient information to be able to represent the basic architecture of air vehicles and their embedded systems and to then be able to apply those models in analysis and simulation.

Modeling and simulation (M&S) is the use of models (e.g., physical, mathematical, or logical representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process) as a basis for simulations to develop data utilized for managerial or technical decision making.

In the computer application of modeling and simulation a computer is used to build a mathematical model which contains.

FMM simulation and other numerical simulations tend to be unstable and inaccurate in the presence of large contrasts in material properties. In this section, a numerical model of material dimension mm by mm is created with 60 alternating layers that result in large contrasts (Fig.

) and discretized using by alternating layer is 5 mm in thickness. The drive for aircraft efficiency and minimum environmental impact is requiring the aerospace industry to generate technologically innovative and highly integrated aircraft concepts. This has changed the approach towards conceptual design and highlighted the need for modular low fidelity aircraft simulation models that not only capture conventional flight.

Computational Thinking for Modeling and Simulation Develop the thought processes involved in formulating a problem so a computer can effectively carry out the solution. In particular, this course emphasizes use of computers for modeling physical systems and predicting their behavior.

Computational modelling, including use of computational tools to post-process, analyse and visualise data, has been used in engineering, physics and chemistry for many decades but is becoming more important due to the cheap availability of computational resources.

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A computational model that simulates the multi-pit corrosion damage initiation and growth in aircraft aluminum is developed.

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The computational model based on cellular automata approach uses the local rules governing the electrochemical reactions, and simulates them as a discrete dynamical system. This report is about modelling — specifically computational modelling, a fundamental capability of increasing importance.

It helps us to extract value from data and ask questions about behaviours; and then use the answers to understand, design, manage and predict the workings of complex systems and processes. This book features most of the papers presented at the International Conference on Computational contents stress the importance and possibilities of numerical simulation on internal, external and terminal ballistics, to describe, analyse, predict and subsequently reduce the experimental requirements in ballistics.

USE OF MODELS The models used in the aircraft and the environment are capable of being simu-lated to almost arbitrary fidelity. As an example of the range of fidelity, consider the modeling of the air pressure affecting the aircraft. A simple model is that the air pressure is affected only by the aircraft altitude.

Somewhat more complicated. This book reports on the German research initiative ComFliTe (Computational Flight Testing), the main goal of which was to enhance the capabilities of and tools for numerical simulation in flight physics to support future aircraft design and development.

The development of modeling and simulation tools has greatly assisted the design of aircraft structures, flight control, and aircraft systems. Modeling and simulation tools have been used to model standalone commercial aircraft electrical systems as in [3], [4], and [5].

Modeling. The book covers the mathematical modelling and software which underpin flight simulation. The detailed equations of motion used to model aircraft dynamics are developed and then applied to.

The computational simulation could use historical data to identify repetitive aircraft movement behaviors and air traffic control processes shared in multiple air traffic control sessions and create stochastic models that represent the probabilities of the occurrence of certain aircrafts movements and control events under various contexts.This field, which includes traditional computational fluid dynamics, combustion, hypersonics, chemically reacting flows, environmental pollution and contamination modeling, weather prediction, direct numerical simulation of turbulence, and turbulence modeling, has suffered from a flawed philosophy advocated in the past by some agencies that the.AAAS Annual Meeting 13 - 16 February Seattle, WA Neuroscience Newsroom 19 - 23 October Chicago, IL.