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Theoretical linear approach to the combined man-manipulator system in manual control of an aircraft

By K. Brauser

Abstract

An approach to the calculation of the dynamic characteristics of the combined man manipulator system in manual aircraft control was derived from a model of the neuromuscular system. This model combines the neuromuscular properties of man with the physical properties of the manipulator system which is introduced as pilot manipulator model into the manual aircraft control. The assumption of man as a quasilinear and time invariant control operator adapted to operating states, depending on the flight phases, of the control system gives rise to interesting solutions of the frequency domain transfer functions of both the man manipulator system and the closed loop pilot aircraft control system. It is shown that it is necessary to introduce the complete precision pilot manipulator model into the closed loop pilot aircraft transfer function in order to understand the well known handling quality criteria, and to derive these criteria directly from human operator properties

Topics: MAN/SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SUPPORT
Year: 1981
OAI identifier: oai:casi.ntrs.nasa.gov:19820005829

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