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Mikhail G. Goman
Mikhail G. Goman
Professor of Dynamics, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
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State-Space Representation of Aerodynamic Characteristics of an Aircraft at High Angles of Attack
M Goman, A Khrabrov
Journal of Aircraft 31 (5), 1109-1115, 1994
4251994
Application of bifurcation methods to nonlinear flight dynamics problems
MG Goman, GI Zagainov, AV Khramtsovsky
Progress in Aerospace Sciences 33 (9-10), 539-586, 1997
1651997
Evaluation of aircraft performance and maneuverability by computation of attainable equilibrium sets
MG Goman, AV Khramtsovsky, EN Kolesnikov
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 31 (2), 329-339, 2008
762008
Application of continuation and bifurcation methods to the design of control systems
MG Goman, AV Khramtsovsky
The Royal Society Philosophical Transactions A 356 (1745), 2277, 1998
641998
Bifurcation analysis of critical aircraft flight regimes
GI Zagaynov, MG Goman
14th International Congress of the Aeronautical Sciences, Toulouse, France …, 1984
461984
Multi-degree-of-freedom wind-tunnel maneuver rig for dynamic simulation and aerodynamic model identification
J Pattinson, MH Lowenberg, MG Goman
Journal of Aircraft 50 (2), 551-566, 2012
432012
Pushing ahead-SUPRA airplane model for upset recovery
N Abramov, M Goman, AN Khrabrov, EN Kolesnikov, L Fucke, ...
AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, AIAA 2012-4631, 2012
312012
Simple wings unsteady aerodynamics at high angles of attack-Experimental and modeling results
N Abramov, A Khrabrov, K Kolinko, M Goman
24th Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, 4013, 1999
311999
Aircraft dynamics at high incidence flight with account of unsteady aerodynamic effects
N Abramov, M Goman, AN Khrabrov
AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference and Exhibit, Providence, Rhode …, 2004
302004
Two-step linear regression method for identification of high incidence unsteady aerodynamic model
NB Abramov, M Goman, DI Greenwell, AN Khrabrov
AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference and Exhibit, AIAA-2001-4080, 2001
29*2001
A multi-degree-of-freedom rig for the wind tunnel determination of dynamic data
J Pattinson, MH Lowenberg, MG Goman
Proceedings of AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 2009
262009
Computation of controllability regions for unstable aircraft dynamics
MG Goman, MN Demenkov
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 27 (4), 647-656, 2004
262004
Aerodynamic modeling for poststall flight simulation of a transport airplane
NB Abramov, MG Goman, AN Khrabrov, BI Soemarwoto
Journal of Aircraft 56 (4), 1427-1440, 2019
222019
Lateral-directional aircraft dynamics at high incidence flight with account of unsteady aerodynamic effects
N Abramov, M Goman, M Demenkov, A Khrabrov
AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference and Exhibit, San Francisco, CA …, 2005
212005
Global stability analysis of nonlinear aircraft dynamics
MG Goman, AV Khramtsovsky
22nd AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechaniccs Conference, AIAA-97-3721, 1997
211997
Mathematical description of aircraft longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics at high angles of attack accounting for dynamic effects of separated flow
MG Goman, GI Stolyarov, SL Tyrtyshnikov, SP Usoltsev, AN Khrabrov
TsAGI Preprint, 1990
201990
Aerodynamic model development and simulation of airliner spin for upset recovery
A Khrabrov, M Sidoryuk, M Goman
Progress in Flight Physics 5, 621-636, 2013
192013
A rationale for space motion sickness
EL Groen, JE Bos, SAE Nooij, N SAE, R Vanspauwen, JE Bos, FL Wuyts, ...
Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 36, 437-452, 2011
18*2011
Developing scenarios for research into upset recovery simulation
L Fucke, V Biryukov, M Grigorev, V Rogozin, E Groen, M Wentink, J Field, ...
AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, 7794, 2010
182010
Robust nonlinear dynamic inversion method for an aircraft motion control
MG Goman, EN Kolesnikov
AIAA Guidance, Nqvigation, and Control Conference, AIAA 98-4208, 1998
181998
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