Simultaneous identification of short period and phugoid stability parameters using an advanced maximum likelihood method
Bryan, Frederick T.
Hess, Ronald A.
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An investigation was conducted to determine the feasibility of obtaining the short period and phugcid stability derivatives from one maneuver, "simultaneously". It was concluded that the maximum likelihood identification program SCIDNT I showed great promise in obtaining the short period and phugoid stability derivatives from one maneuver. Extraction of the short period stability parameters in the presence of the phugoid was easy, straight forward, and yielded results similar to those obtained from pure short period data.
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