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Aerodynamic parameters of High-Angle-of-Attack Research Vehicle (HARV) estimated from flight data

Vladislav Klein

Aerodynamic parameters of High-Angle-of-Attack Research Vehicle (HARV) estimated from flight data

by Vladislav Klein

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stability of airplanes.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVladislav Klein, Thomas P. Ratvasky, Brent R. Cobleigh.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 102692.
    ContributionsRatvasky, Thomas P., Cobleigh, Brent R., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15299902M

    Recent research (Morelli, ; Morelli and Klein, ) has produced a new optimal input design technique which addresses these issues. The new technique was used to design optimal inputs for aerodynamic parameter estimation flight tests at high angle of attack for the F High Angle of Attack Research Vehicle (HARV).Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A technique for designing optimal inputs for aerodynamic parameter estimation was flight tested on the F High Angle of Attack Research Vehicle (HARV). Model parameter accuracies calculated from flight test data were compared on an equal basis for optimal input designs and conventional inputs at the same flight.

    Accurate data are necessary for the identification of aerodynamic parameters at high angle of attack and in spinning flight. Modern sensors and microelectronic devices are employed in a stall/ spin data acquisition system that will be tested in a Schweizer by:   Aerodynamic parameter identification for symmetric projectiles: An improved gradient based method Aerospace Science and Technology, Vol. 30, No. 1 Identification of aerodynamic coefficients of a kinetic energy projectile from flight dataCited by:

    Aerodynamic Parameter Estimation of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Based on Extended Kalman Filter and Its Higher Order Approach Li Meng, Liu Li School of Aerospace Engineering Beijing Institute of Technology Beijing, China e-mail: [email protected] S.M. Veres School of Engineering Sciences University of Southampton Southampton, UKCited by: Aerodynamics Wolf-Heinrich Hucho Scope Basic Principles Peculiarities of Vehicle Aerodynamics Related Fields History of Vehicle Aerodynamics Survey “Borrowed” Shapes The Era of the Streamline Parameter Studies One-Volume Bodies The “Bathtub” Body Commercial VehiclesFile Size: 63KB.


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Aerodynamic parameters of High-Angle-of-Attack Research Vehicle (HARV) estimated from flight data by Vladislav Klein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aerodynamic parameters of High-Angle-of-Attack Research Vehicle (HARV) estimated from flight data [microform] / Vladislav Klein, Thomas P. Ratvasky, Brent R. Cobleigh National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center Hampton, Va Aerodynamic parameters of the High-Angle-of-Attack Research Aircraft (HARV) were estimated from flight data at different values of the angle of attack between 10 degrees and 50 degrees.

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Research Motivating Problem: Aerodynamics plays an essential role in the total driving resistance and hence fuel consumption of vehicles.

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Stock cars (e.g., NASCAR), for example,Author: Joseph Katz. 3/10/ Transports: As discussed previously in terms of basic transport configuration aerodynamics, the primary high angle of attack problem is the suppression and control of pitchup and avoidance of deep stall.

Get this from a library. Aerodynamic parameters of High-Angle-of-Attack Research Vehicle (HARV) estimated from flight data. [Vladislav Klein; Thomas P Ratvasky; Brent R Cobleigh; Langley Research. ABSTRACT. Drag reduction of road vehicles continues to be the holy grail of aerodynamicists with renewed importance of aerodynamics as OEMs strive to reduce CO 2 and improve fuel economy.

New legislation such as Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) is increasing the emphasis on real world boundary conditions (with moving ground wind tunnel testing) and vehicle. Aerodynamic parameters of the High-Angle-of-Attack Research Aircraft (HARV) were estimated from flight data at different values of the angle of attack between I0° and The main part of the data was obtained from small amplitude longitudinal and lateral maneuvers.

A small number of large amplitude maneuvers was also used in the estimation. Abstract: This paper is primarily concentrated with determining aerodynamic characteristics and choosing the best angle of attack at a maximum lift and low drag for the FX aerofoil at a low Reynolds number and a speed of 20m/s and 30m/s.

aerodynamic designs vehicles. The aerodynamic drags of a road vehicle is responsible for a large part of the vehicle’s fuel consumption and contribute up to 50% of the total vehicle fuel consumption at highway speeds.

Review on the research performance of active and passive flow control on the vehicleCited by: 8. lateral-directional aerodynamic characteristics of missiles at angles of attack up to 90°. The new methodology used to extend the prediction program to 90° angle of attack and to include rotational rate and nonuniform effects is described.

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I AERODYNAMIC PARAMETERS OF THE NAVION AIRPLANE EXTRACTED FROM FLIGHT DATA By William T. Suit Langley Research Center SUMMARY An iterative method, which is characterized as a maximum-likelihood minimum- variance technique, was used to extract the aerodynamic parameters of a Navion airplane from flight Size: 2MB.

A technique for designing optimal inputs for aerodynamic parameter estimation was flight tested on the F High Angle of Attack Research Vehicle (HARV). Model parameter accuracies calculated from flight test data were compared on an equal basis for optimal input designs and conventional inputs at the same flight condition.

Heavy vehicle aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. This paper reviews the aerodynamics drag losses which make the vehicles to utilize large capacity engines.

(G Buresti, ) carried out a research on Methods for the drag reduction of bluff bodies and their application to heavy road- vehicles in which they stated that in order to reduceFile Size: 3MB.

sis on high-angle-of-attack research resulted from the philosophy that modern fighter aircraft should be capable of controlled flight at high angles of attack. Two of the flight research programs at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Facility utilize the F High Alpha Research Vehicle Cited by: 6.Research Article Preliminary Study on Aerodynamic Control of High-Angle-of-Attack Slender Body Using Blowing from Penetrating Flow Channels AyaneSato, 1 HiroyukiNishida, 2 andSatoshiNonaka 3 Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, - - Cited by: 2.or prove—that aerodynamic predictions are correct until vehicle performance is measured at actual flight conditions.

In the case of the shuttle, preflight predictions needed to be accurate enough to establish sufficient confidence to conduct the first orbital flight with a crew on board. This dictated that the aerodynamic test.