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Purpose – To apply and simulate under different conditions, the combined model reference adaptive control (CMRAC) technique to control the pitch angle in a subsonic plane. Comparisons with the classical PID controller and the adaptive direct MRAC are also performed. Design/methodology/approach...
Purpose – To determine the views of a distinguished member of the engineering community about the state of engineering R&D in the UK and how the various issues are being addressed. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is based on an interview with Philip Ruffles CBE, Main Board Director...
Purpose – Provides two hybrid methods for the aerodynamic design of cascade profiles, of which the design constraints are the combination of aerodynamic and geometric conditions. Design/methodology/approach – In the first method, the design constrain is composed of the velocity (or pressure)...
Purpose – To provide original knowledge for graduate students, research workers and specialists in ability maintenance system of engineering systems in range of improving their diagnostic susceptibility in order to improve of credibility of worked out diagnosis, genesis and forecast....
Purpose – Development and application of a new systematic approach for design of a control system in order to control the mixture ratio of liquid propellant engines. Design/methodology/approach – The design approach is based on a full nonlinear dynamic model of the engine, and the controller...
Purpose – This work experimentally and numerically investigates the aerodynamic heating of the charring‐ablating materials. Design/methodology/approach – The experimental model is a stainless steel cone with an attached charring ablator, in which supersonic hot flow impinges. The initial...
Purpose – To give a closed‐form solution of the relative pose determination problem based on monocular vision during final approach phase of spacecraft Rendzvous and Docking. Design/methodology/approach – Based on the assumption of scaled orthographic projection, the model of perspective...
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