maneuvering


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Abkowitz, "Measurement of hydrodynamic characteristic from ship maneuvering trials by system identification," Transactions of Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, vol.
To solve the problems mentioned above, this paper converts the CS model into an absolute adaptive CS (AACS) model by constructing the acceleration increment models of the acceleration limits and acceleration mean, while the adaptation method of maneuvering frequency is introduced.
Almost all maneuvering target tracking methods are model based.
Due to their conventionalization, the communicative acitvity types influence the possibilities for maneuvering strategically in defining the initial situation, establishing the procedural and material starting points, expressing criticism and advancing argumentation, and determining the outcome of the argumentative processes.
Because of this limitation, none of the studies was able to assess the visual workload associated with making free-flight maneuvering decisions in the context of full flight monitoring and control responsibilities.
In single-engine fixed-gear airplanes, the percent of fatal maneuvering accidents jumped dramatically, to 39.
Gramps can only conclude the aviators' G tolerance wasn't up to par for this maneuvering engagement.
Antonio, who spent a few years maneuvering the canals of Venice, Calif.
The RAD6000's performance will be critical to an important maneuvering element of the mission.
Fine control of the rudder with changes of pitch, bank, angle of attack and airspeed--good for stall avoidance during all maneuvering, and handy also to obtain maximum performance with an engine out in a twin.
Daniel Shaarda used helmet and dash-mounted cameras to capture the look and feel of low-altitude maneuvering for the filming.