Aircraft Flight Control Systems Descriptions
- Aerospace Standard
To expand the scope by adding fixed wing commercial aircraft flight control systems and adding both military and commercial rotary wing and tilt rotor vehicle flight control systems.
Update information on military aircraft flight control systems that were in the original document.
Add Foreword and Applicable Documents sections.
|Aerospace Standard||Aerospace - Passive Side Stick Unit General Requirements for Fly by Wire Transport and Business|
|Aerospace Standard||Description of Actuation Systems for Aircraft With Fly-By-Wire Flight Control Systems|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Bell UH-1Y/AH-1Z primary flight control servo-actuator characteristics|
|Table 2||Bell/Boeing V-22 primary flight control servo-actuator characteristics|
|Table 3||Sikorsky UH-60 flight control actuator characteristics|
|Table 2||Bell TH-67 main rotor servo-actuator|
|Table 5||Bell 429 primary flight control servo-actuator characteristics|
|Table 6||Agusta Westland AW-609 primary flight control servo-actuator characteristics|
|Table 7||Sikorsky S-76 flight control actuator characteristics|
The Flight Control and Vehicle Management Systems Panel is responsible for the development of standards and recommended practices related to Commercial Flight Control Systems and the Flight Control functions within Military Vehicle Management Systems (VMS). The Panel is also responsible for developing guidelines for the interface and redundancy required between the VMS and other safety critical systems. The panel provides a forum for Flight Controls and Vehicle Management System engineers, contracting agencies, prime contractors, and suppliers to exchange technical information and discuss regulatory updates, recent technology developments, lessons learned and issues related to system development and in service operation.