[Scilab-users] F-16 aircraft model

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[Scilab-users] F-16 aircraft model

Hello,

I recently translated the F-16 model (originally in Fortran) from Steven And Lewis book (Aircraft Control and Simulation). The code is available at GitHub [1]. I apologize for possible newbie mistakens that there might be there. I am not that expert in Scilab yet.

I used this model to illustrate the (probably) most famous Non-Minimum-Phase Zero example of the Aeronautical Engineering, which is described here [2].

Maybe this model can be useful for others in the community. 


Best regards,

André Ferreira da Silva

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Re: F-16 aircraft model

I updated the GitHub with a full Xcos version [1]. In the Readme of the project, there is a brief explanation on how to run a basic simulation with the full model [2]. This article [3] explains the motivations behind the architecture.



Em qui, 26 de abr de 2018 às 21:41, André FS <[hidden email]> escreveu:
Hello,

I recently translated the F-16 model (originally in Fortran) from Steven And Lewis book (Aircraft Control and Simulation). The code is available at GitHub [1]. I apologize for possible newbie mistakens that there might be there. I am not that expert in Scilab yet.

I used this model to illustrate the (probably) most famous Non-Minimum-Phase Zero example of the Aeronautical Engineering, which is described here [2].

Maybe this model can be useful for others in the community. 


Best regards,

André Ferreira da Silva

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