Aerospace Blockset for Xcos  

AB-features

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List of Aerospace Blockset features

Features in Aerospace Blockset 1.0

[[!ANGLE-CONVERSION-icon, align=left, width=60, height=60]]ANGLE_CONVERSION - This Xcos block allows to easily convert angle values betwen different angle units.

CJD_TIME - This Xcos block provides time signal in "modified julian day since 1950" format.

DISTANCE_CONVERSION - This Xcos block allows to easily convert distance values betwen different distance units.

G50_TO_TER - This Xcos block performs Gamma50 (Veis) to terrestrial frame vector transformation.

GROUND_STATION - This block allows to input ground station name, location and visibility mask for other simulation blocks.

KEPLERIAN_INPUT - This block allows to input keplerian arguments and use them in other blocks.

KEP_TO_CAR - This Xcos block converts classical keplerian orbital elements to position and velocity for an elliptic, hyperbolic or parabolic orbit.

MOON_MODEL - This Xcos block computes the Moon position relative to Gamma50 (Veis) reference frame using simplified version of BROWN theories.

PLOT_GROUNDTRACK - Plots ground track of Earth's satellite.

PLOT_VISIBILITY - This Xcos block plots access diagram of ground station to satellite visibility.

SECULAR_J2 - This Xcos block allows for propagation of Keplerian orbital elements from epoch time to the current time including the secular J2 effects only.

STATION_VISIBILITY - This Xcos block calculates access between ground station and satellite.

SUN_MODEL - This Xcos block computes the Sun position relative to Gamma50 (Veis) reference frame using NEWCOMB model.

TIMEFRAME_CONVERSION - This Xcos block allows to easily convert time between different time frames.

US76_ATM_MODEL - This Xcos block computes temperature, pressure and atmosphere dencity using US76 atmospheric model.

VELOCITY_CONVERSION - This Xcos block allows to easily convert velocity values betwen different velocity units.

Created: 5 years 10 months ago
by Paweł Zagórski

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