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6) are bodyaxis coordinates of mass elements dm, which together compose the aircraft. Many texts contain derivations of the expressions in Eqs. 4 These references are also resources for the derivation of the rigid-body equations of motion given next. From the definitions in Eqs. 6), it is clear that for a rigid body with symmetry relative to the Oxz plane in body axes, the inertia matrix I is symmetric, and Ixy ¼ Iyx ¼ Iyz ¼ Izy ¼ 0. The inertia matrix then reduces to 2 Ix I¼4 0 ÀIxz 0 Iy 0 3 ÀIxz 0 5 Iz (3:7) so that 2 3 Ix p À Ixz r 5 Iv ¼ 4 Iy q ÀIxz p þ Iz r (3:8) Note that translational velocity V and angular velocity v represent the aircraft motion relative to inertial axes, but expressed in body-axis components.
The solution is ðt C(t) F(t, t) B(t) u(t) dt þ D(t) u(t) y(t) ¼ C(t)F(t, t0 ) x(t0 ) þ (2:35) t0 In this case, the state transition matrix F is a function of two variables: the time of application of the cause t, and the time of observation of the effect t. The solution given by Eq. 35) involves a superposition integral and not a convolution integral as in Eq. 14). More detailed discussion of the state-space representation of a dynamic system can be found in Ref. 1. Adding uncertain input disturbances to Eq.
46 AIRCRAFT SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION for i ¼ D, Y, L, l, m, n, where d ¼ control surface deflections, deg or rad V ¼ stability axis rotation rate, rad/s l ¼ characteristic length, ft or m v ¼ oscillation frequency, rad/s vl/V ; Str ¼ Strouhal number (unsteady oscillatory flow effects) rVl/m ¼ Vl/v ; Re ¼ Reynolds number (fluid inertial forces/viscous forces) v ; m/r ¼ kinematic viscosity, ft2/s or m2/s V 2/gl ; Fr ¼ Froude number (inertial forces/gravitational forces) V/a ; M ¼ Mach number (fluid compressibility effects) a ¼ speed of sound, ft/s or m/s t ¼ time, s Common simplifications are that the airplane mass and inertia are significantly larger than the surrounding air mass and inertia, fluid properties change slowly, and Froude number effects are small.