Calculate sixth-order point mass in coordinated flight

**Library:**Aerospace Blockset / Equations of Motion / Point Mass

The 6th Order Point Mass (Coordinated Flight) block performs the calculations for the translational motion of a single point mass or multiple point masses. For more information on the system for the translational motion of a single point mass or multiple mass, see Algorithms.

The block assumes that there is fully coordinated flight, i.e., there is no side force (wind axes) and sideslip is always zero.

The flat Earth reference frame is considered inertial, an approximation that allows the forces due to the Earth motion relative to the "fixed stars" to be neglected.

This figure shows the system for the translational motion of a single point mass or multiple point masses.

The translational motion of the point mass
[*X _{East}*

$$\begin{array}{l}{F}_{x}=mV\\ {F}_{y}=(mV\mathrm{cos}\gamma )\dot{\chi}\\ {F}_{z}=mV\dot{\gamma}\\ {\dot{X}}_{East}=V\mathrm{cos}\chi \mathrm{cos}\gamma \\ {\dot{X}}_{North}=V\mathrm{sin}\chi \mathrm{cos}\gamma \\ {\dot{X}}_{Up}=V\mathrm{sin}\gamma \end{array}$$

where the applied forces
[*F _{x}*

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