The article discusses the idea of unifying and expanding the capabilities of mathematical simulation complexes focused on the development, modernization and maintenance of the life cycle of control systems for unmanned aerial vehicles and rocket and space technology. A typical practice in this field is the creation of software systems for mathematical simulation for a specific product or device , which often leads to the need to re-develop simulation complexes. The authors of the article implemented the principle of integration of ready-made software modules responsible for simulation: specific devices, information exchange, physical conditions and others; into a unified information system of mathematical simulation stands . Integration is ensured by the creation of a universal organizational and control structure of simulation tools based on the “Yadro” software . The “Yadro” software manages the information exchange by describing the interfaces of the modules, the order of connections between the modules, the clocking of the execution of the modules in pseudo-real time. Experimental modeling base, based on the presented technology, is used in industrial enterprises in the development of unmanned aerial vehicles and rocket and space technology products. The proposed principle allowed for the effective reuse of previously developed software modules, inheriting design solutions in rocket and space technology products, and providing effective support for the product life cycle from design to operation. Also, the proposed technology allows you to interact with related development organizations and operator organizations, putting forward minimum requirements for plug-in third-party software and not revealing the mathematical simulation used in the stands of know-how and other intellectual property.
Structure analysis and work results of the mathematical simulation stands for the rocket and space technology control systems development
S. G. Miljuchenko, K. B. Kashirtsev, A. N. Nesterenko, T. N. Nichushkina, O. S. Ilek, A. S. Sgonnikov, S. A. Kaznacheev; Structure analysis and work results of the mathematical simulation stands for the rocket and space technology control systems development. AIP Conf. Proc. 15 November 2019; 2171 (1): 150002. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5133300
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