Monthly Archives: October 2015

MIL-STD-1797 FQ Criteria & Ghost Aircraft Project

MIL-STD-1797 is one of the most interesting Flying Qualities documents out there. Providing the extra steps that move away of the classical modal requirements found in MIL-F-8785C, 1797 contains criteria which can be much more sophisticated in order to cover … Continue reading

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PIO Rating Scales

While the standard Cooper-Harper rating scale is well documented and the way that it should be used is very clear, the case is not the same with all rating scales. The PIO rating scale is one such example. The most … Continue reading

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Boeing 777-300ER, Flight Control System evaluation

A number of test points including HQ tasks, pitch captures, offset approaches as well as response type identification using basic step inputs took placeĀ in Toronto CAE simulation facilities. Primary, Secondary and Direct laws were evaluated and envelope protections were verified … Continue reading

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