Print Email Facebook Twitter A study on cueing strategies for curve driving in Desdemona Title A study on cueing strategies for curve driving in Desdemona Author Valente Pais, A.R. Wentink, M. Mulder, M. van Paassen, M.M. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Publication year 2007 Abstract Desdemona has a fully gimbaled cabin that can, additionally, move vertically plus or minus 1 meter and slide horizontally along an 8 meter track. The track rotates around a central axis, providing a 4 meter long centrifuge arm that can be used to generate sustained accelerations at the cabin. This unique simulator requires specially designed motion filters that can take advantage of the wide motion space. More specifically, the solution of how to combine the traditional onset cues with the centrifuge motion to provide both the high frequency and the sustained accelerations in a realistic manner, is still to be perfected. A study on cueing algorithms for the simulation of curve driving in Desdemona is presented. The results, in terms of angular acceleration and specific forces at the cabin, are discussed and compared to standard hexapod solutions. Subject SimulationComputer simulationFlight simulatorsForce controlMachine designCentrifuge motionCueing strategiesStandard hexapod solutionsMotion control To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:bfc43e48-308b-4489-aba6-40e1179882b7 TNO identifier 240415 ISBN 1563479060 Source 2007 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, 20 August 2007 through 23 August 2007, Hilton Head, SC, Conference code: 71509, 1, 289-298 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.