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**1989** by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .

Written in English

Read online- Airplanes -- Design and construction.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Time correlated gust loads using... |

Statement | Anthony S. Pototzky, Thomas A. Zeiler, and Boyd Perry III. |

Series | NASA technical memorandum -- 101573. |

Contributions | Zeiler, Thomas A., Perry, Boyd., Langley Research Center. |

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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18034207M |

**Download Time-correlated gust loads using matched-filter theory and random-process theory**

The SDG method is a time-domain approach and yields time-correlated gust loads by employing a search procedure.

Duri,ag the course of the NASA evaluation of the SDG method, the authors recognized that Matched Filter Theory (MFT) [2] could be applied to the linear gust problem to compute time-correlated gust loads. Calculating time-correlated gust loads using matched filter and random process theories. Prediction of Time-Correlated Gust Loads Using an Incremental Stochastic Search.

Gilholm and G. Watson ; Journal of Aircraft Vol. 36, No. 5 September Time-correlated gust loads using matched filter theory and random process theory - A new Cited by: Get this from a library.

Time-correlated gust loads using Time-correlated gust loads using matched-filter theory and random-process theory book theory and random-process theory: a new way of looking at things.

[Anthony S Pototzky; Thomas A Zeiler; Boyd Perry; Langley Research Center.]. This paper describes and illustrates two ways of performing time-correlated gust-load calculations. The first is based on Matched Filter Theory; the second on Random Process Theory. Time-correlated gust loads using matched filter theory and random process theory - A new way of looking at things By Anthony S.

Pototzky, Thomas A. Zeiler and III Boyd Perry Abstract. Random Process Theory Applied to Time-Correlated Gust Loads This figure contains a signal flow diagram with two paths and is analogous to the diagram.

in figure 8. This figure illustrates the steps necessary to generate time-correlated gust loads using Random Process Theory. Matched Filter Concept and Maximum Gust Loads. Thomas A. Zeiler ; Thomas A. Zeiler. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Time-correlated gust loads using matched filter theory and random process theory - A new way of looking at by: Two ways of performing time-correlated gust-load calculations are described and illustrated.

The first is based on Matched Filter Theory; the second on Random Process Theory. Both approaches yield theoretically identical results and represent novel applications of the theories, are computationally fast, and may be applied to other dynamic.

Books. AIAA Education Series; Library of Flight; Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics; The Aerospace Press; Time-correlated gust loads using matched filter theory and random process theory - A new way of looking at by: 3. It is then shown that the time histones of two time-correlated gust load responses, determined using the Matched Filter Theory approach, can be plotted as paramemc functions of time and that the resulting plot, when superposed upon the design ellipse corresponding to the two loads, is tangent to the.

by: 6. Sears function and lifting surface theory for harmonic gust fields. JOSEPH P. GIESING, Time-correlated gust loads using matched filter theory and random process theory - A new way of looking at things.

ANTHONY POTOTZKY, Cited by: Abstract This paper describes and illustrates two matched-filter-theory based schemes for obtaining maximized and time-correlated gust-loads for a nonlinear airplane. The first scheme is.

The first method is based on matched filter theory; the second is based on stochastic simulation. The paper summarizes the methods, discusses the selection of gust intensity for each method and.

It is then shown that the time histories of two time-correlated gust load responses, determined using the Matched Filter Theory approach, can be plotted as parametric functions of time and that the resulting plot, when superposed upon the design ellipse corresponding to the two loads, is tangent to the : Thomas A.

Zeiler and Anthony S. Pototzky. Determining design gust loads for nonlinear aircraft similarity between methods based on matched filter theory and on stochastic simulation. ROBERT SCOTT. A computer program to obtain time-correlated gust loads for nonlinear aircraft using the matched-filter-based method Article (PDF Available) March with 48 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

and the models of Probability Theory. That diﬁerence is similar to that between laws of theoretical physics and the real world: even though mathematicians view the theory as standing on its own, when engineers use it, they see it as a model of the physical world.

Consider °ipping a fair coin repeatedly. Designate by 0 and 1 the two possible. Potozoky and Zeiler employed both the matched filter theory (MFT) and random process theory to predict time-correlated gust loads and demonstrated that the two approaches produced identical results. Recent extensions in aerodynamic correction factor methodology are also described.

With respect to analysis procedures, the paper reviews novel enhancements to Matched Filter Theory and Random Process Theory for predicting the critical gust profile and the associated time-correlated gust loads for structural design considerations. Pototzky, A. and Perry III, B., “Time-Correlated Gust Loads Using Matched Filter Theory and Random Process Theory - A New Way of Looking at Things,” AIAA Paper No.

“MSC/NASTRAN Quick Reference Guide,” The MacNeal-Schwendler Corporation. Linear Time Invariant (LTI) Systems and Matched Filter 3 Linear Time Invariant System To examine what a matched filter does, we need to visit the concept of a Linear Time Invariant (LTI) system.

Fig. 3 – The LTI transforms an incoming signal based on a fixed rule. The middle box in Fig. 3 is the LTI box which does something to a signal File Size: KB. A.S. Pototzky, T.A. Zeiler, B. Perry IIICalculating time-correlated gust loads using matched filter and random process theory Journal of Aircraft, 28 (5) (), pp.

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Fidkowski also applied matched filter theory in combination with the Lyapunov equation to identify critical load for the stochastic gust in the conceptual aircraft design process. Knoblach [8] used robust performance analysis from control theory to identify critical loads due to discrete 1-cosine by: 6.

Section Transmission of a Random Process Through a Linear [Time-Invariant] Filter (all) Section Power Spectral Density (through page ) especially Equation () on page for time-averaged autocorrelation and the two limit definitions that immediately follow it. EL Lecture 12 May "Matched Filter, Pulse Compression and Ergodicity" - Duration: Probability, Stochastic Processes - Random Videos 4, views Maximum response with input energy constraints and the matched filter principle.

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A type of “matched filter” (MF), used extensively in the processing of one-dimensional spectra, is defined by multiplication of a free-induction decay (FID) by a decaying exponential with the same time constant as that of the FID.

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