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“…As described in Lombaerts et al [11], a post-failure safe flight envelope analysis suggests that a safe roll manoeuvre can only be achieved for demand values less than 20 • . However, it can be argued that based on the current controller implemented in the B747, the roll reference from the autopilot is limited for passenger comfort, and especially for LOC turning manoeuvres during the final stages of all ILS landings.…”
Section: A Ils Landingmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…As described in Lombaerts et al [11], a post-failure safe flight envelope analysis suggests that a safe roll manoeuvre can only be achieved for demand values less than 20 • . However, it can be argued that based on the current controller implemented in the B747, the roll reference from the autopilot is limited for passenger comfort, and especially for LOC turning manoeuvres during the final stages of all ILS landings.…”
Section: A Ils Landingmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…Conversely the vector g s (x) is associated with the secondary control surface (the stabilizer) [42] which will be used when faults/failures occur on the primary control Remark 1: Note that the term dCm dδe is assumed to be available either by online parameter estimation (e.g. [14]) or from a lookup table. In this paper the information is obtained from a lookup table based on [37].…”
Section: A Strict Feedback Formmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Here the control allocation matrix is very bespoke and utilizes the specific aircraft equation of motion -especially the strict feedback form in (14).…”
Section: B Control Allocationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…al. 13,39,40 In contrast with current methods, the aerodynamic model structure selection procedure for multivariate simplex spline based models is rather straightforward.…”
Section: Aerodynamic Model Structure Selectionmentioning
confidence: 99%