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Agard Flight Test Technique Series Volume 19 Simulation in Support of Flight Testing

Agard Flight Test Technique Series Volume 19 Simulation in Support of Flight Testing

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RTO-AG-300 Vol. 19AC/323(SCI)TP/27
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATIONRESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION
BP 25, 7 RUE ANCELLE, F-92201 NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE CEDEX, FRANCE
RTO AGARDograph 300Flight Test Techniques Series – Volume 19
Simulation in Support of Flight Testing
(la Simulation pour le soutien des essais en vol)
This AGARDograph has been sponsored by the SCI-055 Task Group, the Flight Test TechnologyTeam of the Systems Concepts and Integration Panel (SCI) of RTO.
Published September 2000
Distribution and Availability on Back Cover 
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Single copies of this publication or of a part of it may be made for individual use only. The approval of theRTA Information Policy Executive is required for more than one copy to be made or an extract included inanother publication. Requests to do so should be sent to the address above.
 © RTO/NATO 2000
 
RTO-AG-300 Vol. 19AC/323(SCI)TP/27
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATIONRESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION
BP 25, 7 RUE ANCELLE, F-92201 NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE CEDEX, FRANCE
RTO AGARDograph 300Flight Test Techniques Series – Volume 19
Simulation in Support of Flight Testing
(la Simulation pour le soutien des essais en vol)
Edited byDennis O. Hines
This AGARDograph has been sponsored by the SCI-055 Task Group, the Flight Test TechnologyTeam of the Systems Concepts and Integration Panel (SCI) of RTO.
 
The Research and TechnologyOrganization (RTO) of NATO
RTO is the single focus in NATO for Defence Research and Technology activities. Its mission is to conduct and promotecooperative research and information exchange. The objective is to support the development and effective use of nationaldefence research and technology and to meet the military needs of the Alliance, to maintain a technological lead, and toprovide advice to NATO and national decision makers. The RTO performs its mission with the support of an extensivenetwork of national experts. It also ensures effective coordination with other NATO bodies involved in R&T activities.RTO reports both to the Military Committee of NATO and to the Conference of National Armament Directors. It comprises aResearch and Technology Board (RTB) as the highest level of national representation and the Research and TechnologyAgency (RTA), a dedicated staff with its headquarters in Neuilly, near Paris, France. In order to facilitate contacts with themilitary users and other NATO activities, a small part of the RTA staff is located in NATO Headquarters in Brussels. TheBrussels staff also coordinates RTO’s cooperation with nations in Middle and Eastern Europe, to which RTO attachesparticular importance especially as working together in the field of research is one of the more promising areas of initialcooperation.The total spectrum of R&T activities is covered by 7 Panels, dealing with:
SAS Studies, Analysis and Simulation
SCI Systems Concepts and Integration
SET Sensors and Electronics Technology
IST Information Systems Technology
AVT Applied Vehicle Technology
HFM Human Factors and Medicine
MSG Modelling and SimulationThese Panels are made up of national representatives as well as generally recognised ‘world class’ scientists. The Panels alsoprovide a communication link to military users and other NATO bodies. RTO’s scientific and technological work is carriedout by Technical Teams, created for specific activities and with a specific duration. Such Technical Teams can organiseworkshops, symposia, field trials, lecture series and training courses. An important function of these Technical Teams is toensure the continuity of the expert networks.RTO builds upon earlier cooperation in defence research and technology as set-up under the Advisory Group for AerospaceResearch and Development (AGARD) and the Defence Research Group (DRG). AGARD and the DRG share common rootsin that they were both established at the initiative of Dr Theodore von K´arm´an, a leading aerospace scientist, who early onrecognised the importance of scientific support for the Allied Armed Forces. RTO is capitalising on these common roots inorder to provide the Alliance and the NATO nations with a strong scientific and technological basis that will guarantee asolid base for the future.The content of this publication has been reproduceddirectly from material supplied by RTO or the authors.Published September 2000Copyright
©
RTO/NATO2000All Rights ReservedISBN 92-837-1043-6
Printed by St. Joseph Ottawa/Hull(A St. Joseph Corporation Company)45 Sacr´ e-Cœur Blvd., Hull (Qu´ ebec), Canada J8X 1C6 
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