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Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Technical Committee AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference Honolulu, HI 17 August 2008 The Worlds Forum for Aerospace Leadership Web Cam: Waikiki Beach Image taken 08/12/2008
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC2 Agenda
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC3 Introductions Gregg Abate - U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Mujahid Abdulrahim – University of Florida Anwar Ahmed - Auburn University Michael Bolender - U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Gene Cooper – U.S. Army Research Laboratory Mark Costello - Georgia Institute of Technology Agamemnon Crassidis - Rochester Institute of Technology Atilla Dogan - University of Texas at Arlington Steven Dunn - Lockheed Martin Missiles And Space Edmund Field - The Boeing Company Ashok Gopalarathnam - North Carolina State University Eric Hallberg – U.S. Naval Academy Ron Hess - University of California, Davis Ravindra Jategaonkar - DLR Institute of Flight Systems Javed Khan - Tuskegee University David Klyde - Systems Technology, Inc. Marc Kniskern – Sandia National Laboratories Steven Komadina - Northrop Grumman Corp. Lawrence Lijewski - U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Dave Mitchell - Hoh Aeronautics Inc. Eugene Morelli - NASA Langley Research Center Bob Mulder - Delft University of Tech. Susana Munoz - Dynamic Research, Inc. Bandu Pamadi - NASA Langley Research Center Francis Priolo - Millennium Engineering and Integration Company Gautam Shah - NASA Langley Research Center Kamal Shweyk - The Boeing Company Krzysztof Sibilski - Air Force Institute of Technology (Poland) Brenna Stachewicz - Carleton Technologies Robert Stuever - The Boeing Co. Chuck Suchomel - U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Damian Toohey - The Aerospace Corp. Michael Weaver - The Aerospace Corp. Peggy Williams-Hayes - NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC5 Old Business Chairs Moment: Thanks Miscellaneous Stuff Education Working Group (Edmund Field) K-12 Working Group (Susana Muñoz) Most Influential Paper Idea? Request from Applied Aerodynamics TC Liaison Reports
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC6 Thanks to… Brenna Stachewicz for the Newsletter …And for Organizing the Tour Mike Weaver for Chairing Best Paper Judging Ag Crassidis for Chairing Best Student Paper Judging Dave Klyde for Assembling the Year in Review Article Michael Bolender for Contributing to the Inaugural HyTASP Program Committee Newsletter Ron Hess and Dave Klyde for Assembling the AFM Plenary Session, Illuminating the Pilot-Vehicle System – A Tribute to Duane McRuer
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC7 Miscellaneous Stuff Letters of Support & Thanks to TC Members Employers TC membership benefits may not be clear to employer Funding can sometimes be difficult to justify year after year Email me your supervisors contact information (firstname.lastname@example.org) Upcoming Conferences Orlando: 5-8 January 2009 (Mike Weaver) Chicago: 10-13 August 2009 (Agamemnon Crassidis, Bandu Pamadi, and Atilla Dogan) Orlando: 4-7 January 2010 (TBD – tonight) Toronto: 2-5 August 2010 (TBD – try for tonight)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC8 Important Events At this Conference Tomorrow mornings AFM Plenary Renaming our plenary, as voted by the TC Mandatory attendance! Young Professional Networking Reception Tomorrow night, 1800 hrs, 323C A great opportunity to advance the goals of the TC Everyone is welcome to attend ASG Meeting (Dave M. and Steven D.), tomorrow, 1200- 1400, 326B GNC/AFM/MST 2009 Planning Meeting, Wednesday, 1800- 2000, 327
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC913 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC9 Education Working Group Edmund Field
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC10 K-12 Working Group Susana Muñoz
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC11 Most Influential Paper Idea This was proposed by John Valasek Find the most influential paper from past years Make a special presentation to the author at a future conference There seemed to be a lot of interest at the start No one has stepped up to lead the effort Should we pursue it or drop it?
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC12 Request from Applied Aerodynamics TC Applied Aerodynamics (APA) TC has interests closely related to ours APA has met with AFM/GNC in the summer every fourth year They have voted to stop meeting with us Jim Keenan, APA TC Chair, contacted me to invite us to Meet with APA every fourth year Co-locate with Fluids, Thermophysics, etc., not with GNC (and now MST) Meet in June instead of August those years We voted NO (by email) early this year
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC13 Liaison Reports
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC14 New Business How Do We Make the AFM TC Thrive? Were at a Comfortable Membership Level (34) Were Due to Lose Half our Members in 2009 Supposed to be a 3-year (maximum) commitment Several members with less than 3 years have not been renewed We Need to Replace Subcommittee Chairs Tonight and in January There are a Couple of Options for this TC
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC15 New Business TC Member Emeritus This is an idea that is being pursued by other TCs Not an official position recognized within AIAA Establish active outgoing members as Emeritus members Invited to attend TC meetings No voting rights or positions as subcommittee chairs Encouraged to help with regular subcommittee tasks What do you think?
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC16 New Business A Four-Year Commitment? Commitment to the TC is for three years Actually, its for one year There are up to two years options based on participation We hold two meetings a year, some TCs hold three We could extend commitment to four years This would not be an official AIAA stance! We would notify applicants when they are accepted They would not be required to remain for the fourth year
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC17 New Business Technical Session Co-Chair Options Currently, we designate two co-chairs for all technical sessions Provides back-up May provide a reason for a non-TC member to attend a conference Is this working? Should we make an effort to go outside the TC for co- chairs?
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC18 New Business Ideas for Invited and Special Sessions Not really new business… There were lots of good ideas back in January PLEASE provide your ideas to the Chairs of the Technical Subcommittees by tonight Subcommittee Chairs, PLEASE forward those ideas to Ag, Bandu, or Atilla Invited and special sessions are always a big hit
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC19 TC Subcommittees FUNCTIONAL Serve the Institute and the TC Day-to-day functions of the TC Conferences Publications Membership Awards Education Liaison Meets in Summer Follow-up in Winter if needed TECHNICAL Serve the AFM community Identify, inform & support leading edge research and application Professional development courses Conference special sessions, workshops, panel discussions Standards Special AIAA Journal issues Meets in Winter Follow-up in Summer if needed
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC20 Functional Subcommittees Assignments for Tonight Conferences Find a new Chair to replace Gregg (starting next May) Technical Chair for ASC 2010 (Orlando) General and Technical Chairs for AFM 2010 (Toronto) Publications Find a new Chair so Atilla can move to Conferences YIR editor Membership & Awards Find a new Chair to replace Mike (starting next May) Offer Best Student Paper winner membership on the TC Representatives on M&CF Award committee Education & Liaison Find a new Chair so Ag can move to Conferences
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC21 Functional Subcommittees Conferences – Gregg Abate Anwar Ahmed, Ag Crassidis, Atilla Dogan, Ashok Gopalarathnam, Steve Komadina, Bob Mulder, Bandu Pamadi, Francis Priolo,Gautam Shah, Krzysztof Sibilski, Chuck Suchomel, Mike Weaver Publications – Atilla Dogan Mujahid Abdulrahim, David Klyde, Kamal Shweyk, Brenna Stachewicz, Damian Toohey Membership & Awards – Mike Weaver Steven Dunn, Eric Hallberg, Ravindra Jategaonkar, Marc Kniskern, Lawrence Lijewski, Dave Mitchell, Susana Muñoz, Bob Stuever Education & Liaison – Ag Crassidis Michael Bolender, Gene Cooper, Mark Costello, Edmund Field, Ron Hess, Javed Khan, Gene Morelli, Peggy Williams-Hayes Meet for 30 minutes - 10 minute break Chairs – Let me know if there are any changes!
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC24 Functional Subcommittees Education & Liaison Ag Crassidis
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC25 Functional Subcommittees Membership & Awards Mike Weaver
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC26 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS Who are We? (8 Members) Steve Dunn Eric Hallberg Ravindra Jategaonkar Marc Kniskern (new chair) Lawrence Lijewski (MCF) Dave Mitchell Susana Munoz (MCF) Bob Stuever Mike Weaver (Chair)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC27 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS New AFM TC Members Ashok Gopalarathnam Kamal Shweyk Chuck Suchomel Peggy Williams-Hayes 4 NEW TC MEMBERS (2011 Rotation)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC28 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS AFM TC Membership Categories Young Profls (4) (7, 7, -) Govt (10) (15, 17, 15) Academia (12) (15, 15, 8) Industry (12) (14, 17, 15) (Blue) indicates Summer 07, Summer 06, Summer 05, respectively Intl Members (3) (4, 5, 4) Total (34) (44, 49, 38)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC30 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS AFM TC Rotation Schedule May 2009 (21) May 2010 (9) May 2011 (4)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC31 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS Reno 2008 AFM Best Paper 7 reviewers 8 papers All were of generally high quality Dispersions in rankings among the reviewers were high Four papers received at least one ranking as #1 All eight papers received at least one #1 or #2 ranking Ultimately, the winning paper received three #1 rankings, and one #2 ranking. Top ranking for the Reno 2008 AFM Best Paper Certificate of Merit Goes To …
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC32 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS Reno 2008 AFM Best Paper AIAA 2008-0193 Metrics for the Evaluation of Pedal Force/Feel Systems in Transport Aircraft Ronald A. Hess (University of California, Davis) from Session 34-AFM-2 Flight Mechanics and Simulations (To be presented in Honolulu 2008)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC33 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS Hilton Head 2007 AFM Best Paper AIAA 2007-6387 Application of New and Standard Pilot-Induced Oscillation (PIO) Analysis Methods to Flight Test Data of the C-17 Transport Aircraft Gary L. Weltz (The Boeing Company) Kamal M. Shweyk (The Boeing Company) David M. Murray (The Boeing Company) from Session 15-AFM-4 Aircraft Flying Qualities and Simulation (To be presented in Honolulu 2008)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC34 MEMBERSHIP & AWARDS Honolulu 2008 AFM Best Paper Session Chairs select best paper (if any) from each session and report to Mike Weaver (email@example.com) I will also follow-up by e-mail after the conference Papers will be distributed to reviewers when available (To be presented in Chicago 2009)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC35 Mechanics & Control of Flight Award 2008 Award: The Mechanics and Control of Flight Award is presented for outstanding recent technical or scientific contributions by an individual in the mechanics, guidance, or control of flight in space or the atmosphere. Selection Committee: Two each from Atmospheric Flight Mechanics (AFM) Guidance, Navigation, & Control (GNC) Astrodynamics (ASD)
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC36 Criteria Current significance & importance of contribution(s) Long term significance & importance of contribution(s)/applicability to the GNC/AFM/ASD field Recognition Nominees involvement in technical achievements Quality & strength of nomination package and supporting recommendation letters AIAA Service
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC37 Nominees John Cochran, Auburn University Mikhail Goman, De Montfort Univ, UK Vladislav Klein, GWU/NASA LaRC Eugene Lavretsky, The Boeing Company Ping Lu, Iowa State University Jubaraj Sahu, US Army RL/Aberdeen
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC38 And the Winner Is … Ping Lu Citation: For contributions in advanced guidance algorithms for entry and ascent flight. Specifically, Prof. Lu is an internationally recognized leading researcher in advanced entry guidance for reusable launch vehicles and spacecraft and ascent guidance of launch vehicles. An on-board trajectory planning and guidance algorithm devised by Prof. Lu was selected by NASA Marshall as the winner of a Reusable Launch Vehicle Guidance and Control competition. It had performance that far exceeded that of the Shuttle guidance algorithm, and handled a much larger number of severely off-nominal test scenarios. Prof. Lu's work on advanced entry guidance and ascent guidance, published mostly in AIAA journals and conferences, is among the most commonly cited references of recent years in these fields.
13 February 2014Atmospheric Flight Mechanics TC39 STEERING COMMITTEE Dave Mitchell (Chair) Steven Dunn (Vice Chair) Gregg Abate (Conferences SC Chair) Ag Crassidis (Education SC Chair) Mike Weaver (Membership SC Chair) Atilla Dogan (Publications SC Chair)