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BS ISO 19018:2004
Formula to get required vertical acceleration for landing. I’ve got this method in my code to get the reqired vertical acceleration for landing for my baseland autopilot, but I can’t remember what k1 and k2 are?
Are this values good? The code is working well, but I’m not sure how i came to this values and this formular Getting “HorizontalSpeed” looks like this: Last edited by Topper; at Actually, its 1332 some sort of PI guidance with two suitably chosen arbitrary constants.
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Originally Posted by Urwumpe. They look good enough to work. Of course, there could be some clean up or switching to a better algorithm.
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The time now is Contact Us – Orbiter-Forum – Top. Formula to get required vertical acceleration for landing I’ve got this method in my code to get the reqired vertical acceleration for landing for my baseland autopilot, but I can’t remember what k1 and k2 are?
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Urwumpe Certain Super User. Find More Posts by Urwumpe. And are this values good?
How can I optimize them? Just by “Try and 133122 I gues they are depending on the gravity force, the maximum hover engine acceleration and on the maximum angular acceleration of the ship Maybe it’s to complate to optimize it and I let it as it is You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts.
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