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performanceRequirements: linking performanceMaps #697

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MarAlder opened this issue Mar 10, 2021 · 2 comments
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performanceRequirements: linking performanceMaps #697

MarAlder opened this issue Mar 10, 2021 · 2 comments
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@MarAlder
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Should the possiblility to link performance maps, as introduced in the current beta release candidate under flightPerformanceCase, also be added to controllabilityCases and trimCases?

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@MarAlder MarAlder added this to the cpacs 3.3 milestone Mar 10, 2021
@MarAlder MarAlder added this to To do in CPACS 3.3 via automation Mar 10, 2021
@MarAlder MarAlder changed the title performanceRequirements: performanceRequirements: linking performanceMaps Mar 10, 2021
@MarAlder MarAlder moved this from To do to In progress in CPACS 3.3 Mar 12, 2021
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yes this seems to make sense.

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  • there could be datasets having there are separate enginePerformanceMaps for different powertrain settings. I can imagine that certain controllabilityCases / trimCases should be studied for a given powertrain setting, so one has to be able to link the correct performanceMap to the cases.
  • The same applies to aeroPerformanceMaps (e.g. controllabilityCases for configurations with and without external fuel tanks showing a significantly different aerodynamic behavior).

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Ok, done:

grafik

CPACS 3.3 automation moved this from In progress to Done Mar 26, 2021
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