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М.Г.Гоман, А.В.Храмцовский, Е.Н.Колесников «Оценка маневренных характеристик самолета посредством численного определения областей асимптотической устойчивости», Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 31, No. 2 (2008), стр. 329339.
Маневренные характеристики самолета на установившихся режимах полёта обычно оцениваются на основе установившихся решений уравнений движения самолёта как твёрдого тела. В статье описан систематический метод расчета установившихся режимов полета для класса спиральных траекторий.
Mikhail G. Goman, Andrew V. Khramtsovsky, and Evgeny N. Kolesnikov "Evaluation of Aircraft Performance and Maneuverability by Computation of Attainable Equilibrium Sets", Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 31, No. 2 (2008), pp. 329339.
An aircraft's performance and maneuvering capabilities in steady flight conditions are usually analyzed considering the steadystates of the rigid body equations of motion. A systematic way of computation of the set of all attainable steady states for a general class of helical trajectories is presented. The proposed reconstruction of attainable equilibrium states and their local stability maps provides a comprehensive and consistent representation of the aircraft flight and maneuvering envelopes. The numerical procedure is outlined and computational examples of attainable equilibrium sets in the form of twodimensional crosssections of steadystate maneuver parameters are presented for three different aircraft models.
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