Flight System Identification and Parameter Estimation
|Contact||Barzin Hosseini M.Sc.|
|Language of Instructions||German or English (depending on the audience)|
|Language of Materials||English|
|Type / ECTS||Lecture / 3 (Elective Lecture Module)|
|Time and Place||Tuesdays, 8.15-9.45, online (TUM-Online)
Thursday, 10.00-10.45, online (TUM-Online)
|Prerequisites||No special prerequisites are necessary, however basics in the following topcs facilitate the learning process:
|Content / Educational Objectives||Exact mathematical models become more and more important in the development of technical systems. One way to obtain them is to determine the model structure and its parameters based on experimental results. A well-established set of statistical methods exist to achieve this goal, which forms the basis of this lecture. Details on the application of these strategies and algorithms to the modeling and identification of dynamic systems are discussed during the course of the lecture.
Lecture examples focus on manned and unmanned aircraft. However, the theory can be applied to any (dynamic) system, thus a flight mechanics background is not absolutely necessary.The lecture consists of the following chapters:
|Teaching Methods / Materials||Lecture notes can be purchased from the ‘Fachschaft’.|
|Exam||The exam is oral. Exact dates will be organized on an individual basis.|
This lecture is part of the Munich Aerospace Teaching Collaboration.