CSTS Dinamika has deployed an engineering sim developed against order of the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI) to support research and development of the new MS-21 short / medium-range airliner family.
This engineering simulator is designed to help solve a wide range of modeling and simulation problems including assessment of handling qualities of the aircraft under development:
- control laws development for the FBW primary and standby control loops;
- decision on FBW architecture and parameters;
- standards flying procedures (taxiing, takeoff, climb, cruise flight, descent, approach and landing, landing run);
- emergency procedures due to adverse environmental effects or technical failures;
- flight tests and airliner certification support.
The engineering sim also enables cruise flying by integrated flight and navigation system under different weather, making landing at day and night under different lightning conditions and by duplicate instruments, emergency procedures at different flight stages, cockpit controls and interior modeling and adjustment.
CSTS Dinamika press release