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USAF Test Pilot School Flying QualitiesTextbook Volume 2 Part 1

USAF Test Pilot School Flying QualitiesTextbook Volume 2 Part 1

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USAF-TPS-CUR-86-02
USAF
TEST
PILOT
SCHOOL
S~FLYING
Q
UALITIESSTEXTBOOK
VOLUME
II
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1
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"Approved
forPublic
Release:
Distribution
is
Unlimited"
,
APRIL
1986
6
EDWARDS
AFB,
CALIFORNIA
86
102
 
Table
of
Contents
Section
Page
Chapter
1
-
Introduction
to
Flying
Qualities
1.1
Terminology._--
......
.
.
1.1
1.2
Pisophyof
Flyingalities
Testing
.
.
.....
.
1.51.3
Flying
Qualities
Requirements
..................
1.6
1.4
Concepts
of
Stability
and
Control.
...
.....
....
..Stb.t.
1.9
1.4.2
Control
........
..........................
...
1.111.5
Aircraft
Control
Systems
..........
............
.......
..
1.11
1. 6
Swma~ry
..............
#........... 1. 13
1.7
USAF
Test
Pilot
School
OCrriculum
Approach•.
.
........
..
1.14
Chapter
2 -
Vectors
and
Matrices
2.1
Introduction.
.
..
....
.........................
.........
2.1
2.2
Determinants.
.......
..
..............
..............
2.1
2.2.1
First
nors
andCcfactors
..
....
......
.
2.1
2.2.2
Determinant
Exansion.
.....
..
....
.
2.2
2.2.2.1
Ecpann
a
2
x
2
Determinant
............2.2
2.2.2.2
Expanding
a
3
x
3
Determinant
......
..........
2.3
2.3Vector
and
Scalar
Definitions
.
.......... ...
.................
2.5
2.3.1
Vector
Equality.
...........
..
......
2.6
2.3.2
VectorAddition.
......
....
.
...
.
..
.
.
2.7
2,;3.3
Vector
Subtraction
..
..
.
.
*
.
..............
....
2.8
2.3.4
Vector-Scalar
Multiplication........
.
..
..
2.8
2.3.5
Unit
andZero
Vectors
.
..........
2.9
2.4
Laws
of
Vector
-
Scalar
Algebra
....
..
...
..
2.9
2.4.1
Vectors
in
Coordinate
Systems.
.
......
.
2.10
2.4.2
Dot
Product.
.
......................
.
.......
.
2.13
2.4.3
Dot
Product
Laws
.
...................
.....
..
2.15
2.4.4
Cross
Product.
.
..
....
...............
...
.
.
2.15
2.4.5
Cross
Product
Laws
.
........
.
..
.
2.17
2.4.6
Vector
Diffezaentiatic.n
.
..
........
.
2.17
2.4.7
Vector
Differentiation
Laws.
2.18
2.5.Linear
Veloity
and
Aceleration.
..
..
................
.
.
2.19
2.6
Reference
Systems
.
....
.
............
2.20
2.7
Differentiation
of
a Vector
in
a
Rigid
Body
...
....
.
2.21
2.7.1i
TranslAtion
... ...... .... ...... .....
2.21
2.7.1
Ro t
........
2.22
2.7.3
Ccobination
of
Wanslation
and
Rotation
in
One
Reference
System
.
.......
.......
.
2.24
2.7.4
Vector
Derivatives
in
Different
Reference
Systems.
...
.
2.25
2.7.4.1
Transport
Velocity.
.
.............
.
2.28
2.7.4.2 specialAcceleration.
.------..
...
2.30
2.7.4.3
Thanple
Two
Reference
System
Problem.
...
.
.
.
2.31
2.8Matrices.
..
..
......
.
.................
2.33
2.8.1
Matrix
Equality.
......
.
0 0 60 00
*
00 0
6*
.
0
2.34
2.8.2
Matrix Addition.
...
..
...............
.
2.34
2.8.3
Matrix
Multiplicaticn
byaScalar
............
2.35
2.8.4
Matrix
Multiplication
...
....
....
.35
2.8.5
The
Identity
Matrix.
.
.
0 6 a0 0
2.40
 
Table
of
Contents
Section
Page
2.8.6
The
Transposed
Matrix.
.
.
.
2.41
2.8.7
The
Inverse
Matrix
............
.............
2.42
2.8.8
Singular
Matrices
..............
.
...........
2.432.9
Solution
of
Linear
Systems.
.
...
................
2.44
2.9.1
Omputing
the
Inverse.
.
.
..........
..
.
.
2.44
2.9.2
Product
Check
...............
..
......
.
2.46
2.9.3
Example
Linear
System
Solution
...................
2.47
Chapter
3
Differential
Equations
3,1
Introduction.............
...
.. ......
...
3.1
3.2
Basic
Differnt.al
Equation
Solution..
....
.
........
.3.2
3.2.1
7ixect
Integration
.
.......
........
.
...
3.4
3.2.2
Separation
of
Variables.........
.......
.
3.5
3.2.3
Erect
Differential
Integration
....
................3.5
3.2.4
Integrating
Factor
... ...........
..
....
3.8
3,3
First
Order
Equations
.
...................
3.9
3.4
Linear
Differential
Equations
and
Operator
ichniques
.
.
....
3.10
?.4.1
Transient
Solution
.
........
.......
.
.
3.13
3.4.1.1
Case 1:
Roots
alandUnequal.
....
.
.
...
3.14
3.4.1.2
Case
2:
aoots
Real
and
Bqual.
.
......
...
3.15
3.4.1.3
Case
3:
Roots
Purely
Imaginary.
.
.....
...
3.16
3.4.1.4
Case
4:
Roots
Complex
Conjugates.
.
....
...
3.19
3.4.2
Particular
Solution
.
..........
.
....
..
3.20
3.4.2.1
Constant
Forcing
Functions.
.
.
....
..
.
3.21
3.4.2.2
Polynomial
Forcing
Function
.
.......
...
3.22
3.4.2.3
ExponentialForcing
Function.
.
.
.
....
.
3.24
3.4.2.4
Exponential Forcing Function
(Special
Case)
.
..
3.253.4.3
Solving
for
Constants
of
Integration
......
..
...
3.28
3.5
Applications
and
Standard
Forms
.... .. .. .... .. ...3.31
3.5.1
First
Order
Equations.
.
..
.
...
..
.........
.
3.32
3.5.2
Second
Order
Equati6ns
.......
..
.......
.
3.36
3.5.2.1
Case
1:
Roots
Real
and
Unequal
.
.........
3.36
3.5.2.2
Case
2-
Roots
real
and
Equal.
.
........
.
3.38
3.5.2.3
Case
3:
Roots
Purely
Imaginary.
.
.......
.
3.38
3.5.2.4
Case
4:
Roots
Complex
Conjugates.
.
......
.
3.39
3.5.3
Second
Order
Linear
Systems
..........
.
.
3.40
3.5.3.1
Case
1:
ý
=
0,
Undan.ed
.... ...... ..
3.44
3.5.3.2
Case
2:
0
<
C
<
1.0,
Underdamped
.
.. ..
.
3.44
3.5.3.3
Case
3:
1.0,
Critically
Damped
.
......
.
3.45
3.5.3.4
Case
4:
•1.0,
Overdam
.. .........
3.46
3.5.3.5
Case
5:
-1.0
<
4
<
0,
Unstable
......
.
.
3.47
3.6
Analogous
Second
Order
Linear
Systems.
.
...........
.
3.51
3.6.1
Mechanical
System
.
..................
3.51
3.6.2
Electrical
System
....................
3.51
3.6.3
Swerachanisms
....... .............
3.53
3.7
Laplace
Transforms
.......................
3.54
3.7.1
Finding
the
LaplaceTransform
of
a
Differential
uation
....
.............
3.57
3.7.2
Partial
Fractions
.
.......
...
..
..
....
3.64
3.7.2.1
Case
1:
Distinct
LinearFactors
.........
3.64
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