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A High-Fidelity Batch Simulation Environment for Integrated Batch and Piloted Air Combat Simulation Analysis

By Goodrich, Kenneth H.

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Reproduction Date: 1992

Title: A High-Fidelity Batch Simulation Environment for Integrated Batch and Piloted Air Combat Simulation Analysis  
Author: Goodrich, Kenneth H.
Volume: Report-Number: AIAA Paper 2004-4545
Language: English
Subject: Approximation, Systems Engineering, Systems Integration
Collections: Government Library Collection, Government Library Collection
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1992
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Description: A batch air combat simulation environment known as the Tactical Maneuvering Simulator (TMS) is presented. The TMS serves as a tool for developing and evaluating tactical maneuvering logics. The environment can also be used to evaluate the tactical implications of perturbations to aircraft performance or supporting systems. The TMS is capable of simulating air combat between any number of engagement participants, with practical limits imposed by computer memory and processing power. Aircraft are modeled using equations of motion, control laws, aerodynamics and propulsive characteristics equivalent to those used in high-fidelity piloted simulation. Databases representative of a modern high-performance aircraft with and without thrust-vectoring capability are included. To simplify the task of developing and implementing maneuvering logics in the TMS, an outer-loop control system known as the Tactical Autopilot (TA) is implemented in the aircraft simulation model. The TA converts guidance commands issued by computerized maneuvering logics in the form of desired angle-of-attack and wind axis-bank angle into inputs to the inner-loop control augmentation system of the aircraft. This report describes the capabilities and operation of the TMS.; CASI; Nasa Publication Center: Langley Research Center; Unclassified; No Copyright; Unlimited; Publicly available; Final Report; Report-Number: AIAA Paper 2004-4545

 

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