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# MAE142_Solution1 - into NED coordinates relative to a local...

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MAE 142 Homework Set #1 (Winter 2011) Problem 1 The aileron deflection (input) to roll attitude (output) transfer function for a small business jet is given by the following expression:  s A s = 244 s 2 36 s 128 170 s 4 103 s 3 170 s 2 130 s 4 (a) Compute the transfer function poles and zeros. (b) Plot the frequency response amplitude and phase for a frequency range of 0.01 to 10 rad/s. Problem 2 A = [ 1 5 3 4 6 0 3 16 7 ] x = [ 1 10 2 ] Solve for the vector y : (a) y = x T x (b) y = A x (c ) A T y = x 1

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Problem 3 An airport radar tracks local traffic by reporting a range (Rg), azimuth angle (Az), and elevation angle (Ev) for each aircraft. Develop the equations necessary to convert these measurements

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Unformatted text preview: into NED coordinates relative to a local tangent plane reference frame that is positioned at the radar site. Problem 4 Gertrude Tompkins Silver was last seen just after she took off from Mines Field (now part of LAX) in a P-51 Mustang on 26 OCT 1944. Estimate the latitude and longitude of the lost airplane, assuming that it crashed approximately five nautical miles west of LAX airport. LAX (WGS-84): 33.94255222 deg N, 118.4071611 deg W, 38 m altitude (above ellipse) http://www.aircraftwrecks.com/gts/gts.htm 2 D E N Az Ev Rg...
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