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A neural approach for fast simulation of flight mechanics

Abstract : Flight simulators have been part of aviation history since its beginning. With the development of modern aeronautics industry, flight simulators have gained an important place and the industry devoted to their manufacture has become significant. In the case of transportation aircraft, accurate mathematical models based on extensive experimental data have been developed by their manufacturers to optimize their aerodynamic and propulsive characteristics and to design efficient flight control systems. However, in the case of small general aviation aircraft this kind of knowledge is not commonly available and the design of accurate flight simulators can result in a tedious try and modify process until the simulator presents a qualitative behaviour close to the one of the real aircraft. This communication proposes through the use of neural networks a method to perform a direct estimation of the aerodynamic forces acting on aircraft. Artificial neural networks appear to be an appropriate numerical technique to achieve the mapping of these continuous relationships and detailed aerodynamics and thrust models should become no more mandatory to produce accurate flight simulation software.
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Giórgio Valmórbida, Wen Chi Lu, Felix Mora-Camino. A neural approach for fast simulation of flight mechanics. ANSS 2005, 38th Annual Simulation Symposium, Apr 2005, Sao Paulo, Brazil. pp 168 - 172, ⟨10.1109/ANSS.2005.8⟩. ⟨hal-00938075⟩

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