Volume 36, Number 6, December 2018
|Page(s)||1116 - 1120|
|Published online||12 March 2019|
An Automatic Thrust Calculation Method in Case of Engine Gear Missing in Flight Control Simulation System
The paper proposes an automatic thrust calculation method in the case of engine gear missing. The trimmed linearization method is used to calculate the equivalent throttle opening between the two gears. An automatic thrust calculation method is presented which uses the equivalent throttle opening as weight coefficient. The speed control system which has introduced the equivalent throttle opening is designed, and the speed is controlled through the combination of the speed control system and the vertical speed control system. In this way, four basic modes are realized in flight simulation——climb, glide, given the yaw angle, given the roll angle, and the special speed control mode. It takes A320 aircraft for an example, the aerodynamic parameters and the Idletrust and Miltrust coefficients are obtained from JSBSim. Carry out flight control simulation on the above modes by building aircraft flight simulation model through Simulink. The results of the flight speed control show that the proposed method can achieve precise control of the speed in multi-flight modes.
Key words: automatic thrust calculation / trimmed linearization / equivalent throttle / speed control / flight control simulation of A320 / engine gear missing
关键字 : 自动推力计算 / 配平线性化 / 等效油门 / 速度控制 / A320飞行控制仿真
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