The reference applications are fully realized aerospace vehicle models, including
hybrid and electric aircraft, and spacecraft.
Illustrates how to use modeling for rapid exploration of design space in the hybrid and electric aircraft area and compare the results to design criteria. This process can reduce the number of design iterations and ensure that the final design meets system-level requirements.
Propagate the orbits of a constellation of satellites and compute and visualize access intervals between the individual satellites and several ground stations. It uses:
Compute and visualize line-of-sight access intervals between satellite(s) and a ground station. It uses:
Model six degree-of-freedom rigid-body dynamics of a spacecraft or constellation of spacecraft with the Spacecraft Dynamics block from the Aerospace Blockset.
"Working on the design of the Lunar Module digital autopilot was the highlight of my career as an engineer. When Neil Armstrong stepped off the LM (Lunar Module) onto the moon's surface, every engineer who contributed to the Apollo program felt a sense of pride and accomplishment. We had succeeded in our goal. We had developed technology that never existed before, and through hard work and meticulous attention to detail, we had created a system that worked flawlessly." -Richard J. Gran, The Apollo 11 Moon Landing: Spacecraft Design Then and Now
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