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1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Work structure
2 State of the Art
2.1 State of the Art of Aerodynamical Force Calculation
2.2 State of the Art of Flight Simulators
3 Methods for Aerodynamic Force Calculation
3.1 Vortex Methods
3.1.1 Theoretical Background on Vortex Methods
3.1.3 Lifting Line Method
3.1.4 Nonlinear Lifting Line Method
3.1.5 Vortex Lattice Method
4 Implementation of a Suitable Method
4.1 Nonlinear Lifting Line Method
4.1.1 Inputs
4.1.2 Mesh Generation
4.1.3 Sideslip Angle
4.1.8 Evaluation of the Nonlinenar Lifting Line Method
4.2 Vortex Lattice Method
4.2.1 Inclusion of the Profile
4.2.2 Mesh Generating
4.2.3 Sideslip Angle
4.2.4 Influence Coefficients
4.2.5 Flap deflections
4.2.6 Force and Moment Calculation
4.2.7 Stall
4.2.8 Evaluation of the Vortex Lattice Method
4.3 Integrating the Methods in the Simulation
5 Evaluation of the Simulation
5.1 Flight Test Results
5.2 Simulation Results
6 Results of the Simulation
6.1 Flying Wing, FG-WingX-02
6.1.1 Stability Results
6.2 Optimised Stable Wing
6.2.1 Stability Results
6.3 Dutch Roll Mode (germ. Taumelschwingung) and Spiral Mode
6.4 Unstable Wing
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Nuri ETH Calculation

Nuri ETH Calculation

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