GRAPHICAL-AND-ANALYTICAL BASIS FOR QUANTOMOBILE NEAR-GROUND MOTION STUDIES

Jurij Kotikov

Abstract


Introduction. Development of a graphical-and-analytical basis to perform optimization calculations for quantomobile motion control will contribute to studies on vehicle creation. Purpose of the study. It is required to develop a methodology for graphical representation of thrust vector realization as a graphical-and-analytical basis for optimization calculations of quantomobile trajectories. Methods. The thrust vector is decomposed into orthogonal components. A generalized quantomobile force balance equation is used. A mode of partial hovering of a vehicle is distinguished as the basic mode of near-ground motion. 2D modeling of force balance for a particular velocity slice is performed. 3D modeling of force balance with velocity sweeping is carried out. 2D and 3D models of force balance are developed using Maple software. Images of surfaces with regard to road and wind resistance with limits to the maximum thrust are built. Examples of calculation as well as graphical-and-analytical studies are provided. Results. A graphical-and-analytical basis for optimization calculations of quantomobile trajectories, changes in QE thrust and corresponding control actions is developed. Results of calculations with visualization are presented using specific examples. Discussion. Development of a program in the graphical environment required combining knowledge of the software tools and programmed field. Development of the quantomobile simulation model as well as its graphical-and-analytical basis in the direction of increasing complexity is the only way. Corresponding development stages are described. Two hypothetical areas for the minimization of sufficient thrust are distinguished: in the middle of vehicle hovering and after its full hovering. It shall be taken into account both in quantomobile takeoff and its near-ground motion with partial hovering.


Keywords


quantum engine, quantum thrust, quantomobile, near-ground motion, force balance, graphical-and-analytical basis

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