Search for equilibrium state flight
In this paper, the calculation of aircraft steady state flight optima is discussed using a unique combination of global optimization theory and the direct computer simulation. The methods of artificial intelligence and heuristic algorithms handling with the equations of motion are presented in this paper. The main aim was to apply them in actuating the flying airplane into equilibrium state upon setting the control elements of various kinds to the needed position. New approach of SOMA (Self Organizing Migrating Algorithm) and DE (Differential Evolution) has been used here to find the vehicle stable state. The method can be practically utilized in construction of airplanes, unmanned aircraft as well as the flight simulators design.
KeywordsEvolutionary Algorithm Differential Evolution Unmanned Aircraft Aircraft Model Aircraft Flight
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