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- This paper reviews the use of piloted simulation at Langley Research Center as part of the NASA High-Angle-of-Attack Technology Program (HATP), which was created to provide concepts and methods for the design of advanced fighter aircraft. A major research activity within this program is the development of the design processes required to take advantage of the benefits of advanced control concepts for high-angle-of-attack agility. Fundamental methodologies associated with the effective use of piloted simulation for this research are described, particularly those relating to the test techniques, validation of the test results, and design guideline/criteria development.
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- Document ID: 20050041980.
AGARD FMP Symposium on Piloted Effectiveness; Volume 29; 16.
AGARD FMP Sysposium on Piloted Effectiveness; 14-19 Oct. 1991; Brussels; Belgium.
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