Dynamic Model of Flying Machines with the Autopilot

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Abstract

The article considers negative effects of mechanical oscillations of a fuselage on the flying machine autopilot. The dynamic model of control system of flight is made which provides stability and compensates the mechanical oscillations arising in flight of flying machine with the autopilot.

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Karimli, T. (2014) Dynamic Model of Flying Machines with the Autopilot. American Journal of Operations Research, 4, 197-201. doi: 10.4236/ajor.2014.44019.

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