Model Validation and Design for the Dynamic Environment Simulator. Phase 2
Final rept. May 96-Sep 98
BIODYNAMIC RESEARCH CORP SAN ANTONIO TX
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This report describes all SBIR Phase 2 effort to validate a mathematical model mid conduct a design study of the Air Force Dynamic Environment Simulator. The Dynamic Environment Simulator, or DES, is a three degree-of-freedom centrifuge operated by Armstrong Laboratories at Wright-Patterson AFB. The effort was conducted under Contract F41624-96-C-6027 through the Armstrong Laboratory and was entitled Model Validation and Design Study of the Dynamic Environment Simulator. This Phase 2 project had four primary objectives, which were to 1 Validate the Phase 1 software model of the DES 2 Conduct a design study of DES improvements 3 Perform a costbenefit analysis of the possible DES improvements and 4 Demonstrate the commercial potential of the model and the DES.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Military Aircraft Operations