I don't know about YASim, but I am in the process of digging through
JSBSim in an effort to extract the mathematical model.
To me it does appear the JSBSim is a total forces and moments theory model.
You may want to see the following bits of the JSBSim documentation:
May I help you with the manual?
I am working on documenting the math of the model. I have to create
many of the underlying equations in electronic format. It would be
easy for me to provide web-ready or pdf format equations.
I could help you document, and you could help me verify the math.
Thanks, adding -lplipul made the code build properly.
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Ron Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On Fri, 2008-05-30 at 00:38 -0400, cory barton wrote:
Thanks for the tip. You were right, I was not using the simgear libs.
I have had some improvement after adding
I am trying to build an interface to FlightGear for UAV simulation.
Here is the basic idea: construct a piece of software which reads
properties from FlightGear via UDP or Serial, and sends control
commands to FlightGear via UDP or serial.
I found the Atlas project which does part of what I am
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On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 9:01 PM, cory barton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am having trouble using the simgear socket libraries however.
This is the build command in Geany: g++ -Wall %f -lglut
Well, apparently you are not *using* the simgear libs ... you need to
I have an ms force feedback pro joystick which is in excellent condition. It
has the the joystick port interface. I am not using it, so I would like to
donate it to a Flightgear developer. Please let me know who I should send
the joystick to(Continental US addresses only please), and I will send
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