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Author: "Victor Veniaminovich Mityukov"
Nikolay Ulyanovich Ushakov, Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School, Candidate of Engineering; graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute; senior staff scientist, head of a researchanddevelopment department at Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School; author of more than 200 papers; is interested in aerodynamics, dynamics and control of flight, mathematical modeling of sophisticated systems, advanced educational technologies. [email: tkainfo@rambler.ru]N. Ushakov, Konstantin Anatolyevich Tolstov, Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School, Candidate of Military Sciences; graduated from Penza Politechnic Institute and the Military Communications Academy; chief of the Chair 'Computer Science' at Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School; author of more than 20 papers; is interested in automation of control processes, application of information technology in educational process. [email: tkainfo@rambler.ru]K. Tolstov, Victor Veniaminovich Mityukov, Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School, graduated from Kiev Institute for Civil Aviation Engineers and completed his postgraduate program at the same institute; programmer of the computers and computer science department at Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School; is interested in computational methods and modeling, approximation tasks, computer tutorials. [email: v.mityukov@gmail.com]V. Mityukov


A Simulation of Longitudinal Disturbed Motion of Light Singleengine Aircraft
The article deals with a performed simulation of longitudinal disturbed motion for Yak18T light singleengine aircraft using AnyLogic v.6.4.0, and presents achieved figures of mathematical modeling of the motion parameters for the aircraft center of mass and relative to the aircraft center of mass. Simulation, computer program, longitudinal motion, yak18t aircraft.



Sections: Mathematical modeling, calculi of approximations and software systems
Subjects: Mathematical modeling. 

A Procedure of Transformation of Coordinates When Modeling of Solid Movement
The article offers a conversion of vector quantities between different coordinate systems. That allows reproducing a modeling process for the movement of an undeformed solid for any vehicle in the projections to an arbitrary coordinate system. Flight modeling, coordinate system, aircraft, force vector, inertial system, solid movement.



Sections: Mathematical modeling, calculi of approximations and software systems
Subjects: Mathematical modeling. 
