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Bootsma, Sybren (author)
Aerodynamic stall has been a critical factor in recent aircraft crashes, leading to revisions in the regulations on the fidelity of stall models in flight simulation training devices. However, the updated regulations still lack a clearly defined accuracy required for effective pilot training. To determine the required accuracy, this research...
master thesis 2024
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de Fuijk, Dirk (author)
Adequate modeling of the unsteady aerodynamics during flow separation is critical for effective pilot training in Flight Simulation Training Devices. Over the years, a stall modeling method rooted in Kirchhoff's theory of flow separation has gained popularity due to its relative simplicity and suitability for parameter identification from flight...
master thesis 2023
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Brill, Patrick (author)
To improve the safety of commercial air transport, pilots are required to train on simulators to recognize the characteristics of an impeding stall and subsequently correctly recover from it. To prevent negative training, it is important that the accuracy of the used simulation models is high. A manner to model the nonlinear, unsteady...
master thesis 2023
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Luteijn, Peter (author)
Research into Aerodynamic Stall Model Identification (ASMI) is an ongoing endeavor to create a model that achieves the highest fidelity, that aids in upset recovery training of pilots in Flight Simulator Training Devices (FSTD). Aircraft come in various configurations, one aircraft stall model cannot sufficiently provide a full understanding...
master thesis 2022
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DELFOSSE, Alexandre (author)
Since 2019, the FAA and the EASA impose to all airline pilots to follow, as part of their training, a stall and recovery training. To mitigate the risks, this training takes place in ground-based simulators. To make it happen, models of the aircraft behaviour at high angle of attack need to be developed. Among the different modeling approaches...
master thesis 2022
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Marschalk, Sven (author)
As of April 2019, upset prevention and recovery training in flight simulation training devices is a mandatory practice for commercial and civil aircraft pilots. Aircraft stalls are a well-known upset type, therefore simulation of aircraft stall behavior is required. A key characteristic of stalls is the buffeting component, which in current...
master thesis 2019
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Mendoza, Victor (author), Bachant, Peter (author), Ferreira, Carlos (author), Goude, Anders (author)
In the present work, the near-wake generated for a vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) was simulated using an actuator line model (ALM) in order to validate and evaluate its accuracy. The sensitivity of the model to the variation of the spatial and temporal discretization was studied and showed a bigger response to the variation in the mesh size...
journal article 2019
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van Horssen, L.J. (author)
In 2019 all air-carrier pilots are obliged to go through flight simulator-based stall recovery training. Therefore simulators will have to be equipped with accurate flight models at high angles of attack. This research shows which stall characteristics can be modeled using flight data from symmetrical induced, quasi-steady stalls. Furthermore a...
master thesis 2016
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