longitudinal control

longitudinal control

The control of an airplane's pitching about the lateral axis. The elevator or stabilator is the control that exercises longitudinal control of the airplane.
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Stepper admits that the notion of a lawn mower doesn't sound all that exciting in the context of, say, a Jeep Cherokee that's out in the parking lot fitted with radar, cameras, electronic power steering, electronic stability control, a motor control unit and a human-machine interface that provides lane guidance and lateral and longitudinal control so that it is able to change lanes (after driver confirmation), as well as having the ability to automatically resume from a standstill.
The acquisition of Sheppard is a key capability toward providing lateral control through active steering, which is a cornerstone that complements Wabco's leading technologies in longitudinal control through active braking, stability and suspension controls.
Experimental Studies on Dynamics Performance of Lateral and Longitudinal Control for Autonomous Vehicle Using Image Processing," Computer and Information Technology Workshops, 2008.
This is a reconstruction of one lane of the road along the retaining wall with longitudinal control by cutting the asphalt cover about 0.
Some specific topics discussed include electromagnetic wave absorption properties of cement filled with carbon black, construction of a hierarchical architecture of cloud computing frameworks, a fault diagnosis system of shimmer sight based on image analysis, and design of a missile longitudinal control system based on backstepping control.
Two-Time-Scale Longitudinal Control of Airplanes Using Singular Perturbation", AIAA, Journal of Guidance, Navigation, and Control, 13(6): 952-960.
The book covers the stability concept, longitudinal trim and stability, longitudinal control, long-period (phygoid) dynamics, lateral-directional motion, lateral-directional dynamic modes, and computational flight dynamics.
Cruise control is a known technology that aids drivers by reducing the burden of longitudinal control of the car manually.
The longitudinal control arms on the rear axle are now made of aluminium and the sound-deadening material has been taken out.
The longitudinal control arms on the rear axle are now made of aluminium and the omission of the sound- deadening material and the rear seats has cut weight too.
After a crash in December, two small horizontal rotors were attached to the fuselage to provide lateral and longitudinal control.
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) has already been released, offering total longitudinal control of the vehicle (see Richardson, Barber, King, Hoare, & Cooper, 1997).

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