Revision as of 21:43, 2 April 2013 by Stsuei
This is a list of some aircraft models that we can work with.
|Model Name||Aircraft||Implementation||Nonlinear||Actuator Restrictions||Multiple Modes||Notes|
|JSBSim||Airbus 320, B-17, Boeing 737, Boeing 747, F-4, OV10, SGS (and a small version), Short S23, Space Shuttle, Submarine Scout, Cessna T-37, T-38, X-15, Cessna 172P, Cessna 172R, Cessna 172X, Cessna 182, Cessna 310, F-104, F-15, F-16, F-22, Fokker 100, Fokker 50, P-51d, PA-28, generic paraglider, flying sphere, SGS 1-26, T-6, X-24B||C++, has a Python wrapper||Yes||Yes||Yes||Modes configured with a "script", Airplanes properties and constants (including actuator restrictions) specified with an XML file that is fed into an abstract system|
|FDC Toolbox||De Havilland Canada DHC-2 "Beaver"||Simulink||Yes||?||?||-|
|What Eugene Lavresky sent us||Vulture||Matlab||No||No||No||This is essentially a set of hovering solar panels and not the typical aircraft or helicopter|
|YASim||Lots of them||C++||Yes||Probably||Yes||Essentially the same as JSBSim, but uses geometry instead of lookup tables|
|UIUC||Lots of them||C/C++||Yes||Probably||Probably||Being phased out in favor of JSBSim and YASim|