Evaluation of and operational procedures for a helicopter simulation system utilizing an integrated electronic instrument display.
Fetzer, William Woodrow, Jr.
Layton, Donald M.
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This report discusses the evaluation and documentation of an integrated electronic instrument display designed to investigate stability and control of a helicopter during precision hover operations. The equations of motion, developed from the Kaman SH-2F Seasprite helicopter, were implemented by a hybrid computer system and displayed by a graphics processor. A complete procedural checklist, including troubleshooting methods, is included in this report. This helicopter simulation system can be used for further research in the development of optimal heads-up display configurations as well as analyses of instability caused by pilot induced oscillations in the hover flight regime.
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