Accession Number : AD0872130
Title : Integrated Engine Instrumentation System Study-Energy Management Subsystem Investigation. Volume I. Basic Document.
Descriptive Note : Final technical rept. 1 Nov 68-30 Apr 70,
Corporate Author : HONEYWELL INC MINNEAPOLIS MN SYSTEMS AND RESEARCH DIV
Personal Author(s) : Irons, Robert P., Jr. ; Lindquist, O. H. ; Schultz, R. L. ; Mueller, L. J. ; Tryon, W. G.
Report Date : APR 1970
Pagination or Media Count : 150
Abstract : A simulation of a projected 1980-era Navy attack aircraft suitable for man-in-the-loop investigations of energy management is developed. A set of energy management systems and display subsystems are defined based on an optimum climb and cruise concept proposed by Rutowski and Bryson which uses the energy-state approximation. The potential value of the technique is demonstrated by digital flight simulation. The technique is easily mechanized and closely approximates optimum flight paths previously computed only in extensive land-based facilities. It is within the present state of the art in airborne systems and could greatly alleviate pilot workload while simplifying cockpit instrumentation. (Author)
Descriptors : *ENERGY MANAGEMENT), (*JET FIGHTERS, FUEL CONSUMPTION, AIRCRAFT ENGINES, TURBOFAN ENGINES, SIMULATION, DISPLAY SYSTEMS, CLIMBING, LEVEL FLIGHT, OPTIMIZATION, FLIGHT PATHS.
Subject Categories : Attack and Fighter Aircraft
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE