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Proshin I.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Timakov V.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Nazarov E.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Sapunov E.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology
Transport and Telecommunication | Year: 2011

One of the priority areas in development of science and technology is the flight simulator engineering, and this top target is determined by the pressing necessity to improve the quality of air staff training, to assure flight safety and reliability technologies against the background of cuts in expenditures for aircrew training, instruction and drill. The flight training systems, or flight and equipment simulators, are provided with computing and modelling systems enabling the crew the facilities to acquire and reinforce the skills of aircraft handling, flight control, air navigation, and aircraft equipment service. The military aircraft pilots are given the opportunity to use the simulators for operational flight training. An integrated flight simulator is a complex of interrelated components designed for regular aircrew training regardless of meteorological condition, availability and operational status of the aircraft make and model, and with no reference to the air conditions and air-traffic restrictions. It is particularly important that flight simulators provide safe ground conditions for aircrew emergency-response training with due consideration of possible high sustained G-loads and complex aircraft movements. A dynamic test stand is a basic element of the flight simulator intended to develop the acceleration effects similar to those experienced by a person operating, in live environment, a moving vehicle (an aircraft, a tank, etc.). Source


Proshin I.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Timakov V.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Nikitashin S.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Savelyev A.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology
Transport and Telecommunication | Year: 2011

Flight simulator dynamic test stands intended for flight crew training are considered in this paper, with the focus of particular interest being on the improvement of the dynamic test stands. The practical value of the project results from the significant quality improvement in the control of the real-life flight simulators based on the research results applied. The high efficiency of the project has been proved by both application of the research results to the flight training and the experimental investigation of the new system in the working environment. The originality of the project is determined by the system suggested for control of the hydraulic drive with static load compensation as well as by the hydraulic drive models and the control laws developed. Due to the developments mentioned the accuracy of the response to the control input signal is improved and the loads created in the test stand are approximated to the real-life loads. As a primary result of the investigation a simulated model has been developed and control laws have been improved for the flight simulator dynamic test stands. The research findings prove to be of major scientific and practical interest and can be recommended for application in the flight simulator control systems. Source


Kuznetsov B.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Serebryakov M.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Proshkin V.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology | Bormotov A.,GOU VPO Penza State Academy of Technology
Transport and Telecommunication | Year: 2011

Both the flight safety and space crew efficiency depend for the most part upon the crewmembers' professional qualities achieved with the aid of different training systems. The inconvenience of such systems consists in their failure to provide an overall simulation of some psycho-physiological sensations experienced by the crewmembers in real space flight conditions, e.g. air sickness, distortion of equilibrium sense, fatigue, apprehension, anxiety, pain sense modality, etc. With regard to the significance of the above component of space crew training a simulator model with improved training efficiency was designed. The multidimensional effects of the simulating system suggested provide facilities for quality improvement in the crewmembers' training and development of the appropriate decision-making, managerial and other skills essential to the crew in both standard and emergency situations. Source

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