His scientific interests lie mostly in Simulation, Control theory, Optimal control, Flight simulator and Marine engineering. Meyer Nahon has included themes like Euler angles and Elevator in his Simulation study. Meyer Nahon combines subjects such as Aerostat and Kinematics with his study of Control theory.
His research integrates issues of Linear programming, Quadratic programming, Mathematical optimization, Constrained optimization and Actuator in his study of Kinematics. His Flight simulator research incorporates elements of Motion, Algorithm, Adaptive algorithm, Airplane and Stewart platform. His studies deal with areas such as Autonomous system, Orientation, Vehicle dynamics and Equations of motion as well as Marine engineering.
Meyer Nahon mostly deals with Control theory, Simulation, Control engineering, Control theory and Aerodynamics. His Control theory research includes themes of Aerostat and Kinematics. His study in Kinematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Workspace and Constrained optimization.
His study looks at the relationship between Simulation and fields such as Tension, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control system, Jacobian matrix and determinant and Optimal control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Propeller and Drag in addition to Aerodynamics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Fixed wing, Control theory, Mechanics and Trajectory. The various areas that Meyer Nahon examines in his Control theory study include Aerodynamics and Thrust. His Control theory research integrates issues from Flight envelope, Position and Range.
His Flight envelope research incorporates themes from Control engineering and Attitude control. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tube, Annulus and Dynamics. His Simulation study incorporates themes from Autopilot and Computer hardware.
Meyer Nahon mainly investigates Fixed wing, Agile software development, Control system, Control theory and Range. Meyer Nahon interconnects Real-time computing, Aerospace engineering and Automatic control in the investigation of issues within Control system. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Simulation, Physics engine, Bridge and Microcontroller.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Flight envelope, Control engineering are connected with Actuator and other disciplines. His Feed forward research is included under the broader classification of Control theory. His study explores the link between Control theory and topics such as Control that cross with problems in Aerodynamics.
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Kinematic Analysis and Optimization of a New Three Degree-of-Freedom Spatial Parallel Manipulator
J. A. Carretero;R. P. Podhorodeski;M. A. Nahon;C. M. Gosselin.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2000)
Simulator motion-drive algorithms - A designer's perspective
Meyer A. Nahon;Lloyd D. Reid.
Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics (1990)
Development and validation of a lumped-mass dynamics model of a deep-sea ROV system
F.R. Driscoll;R.G. Lueck;M. Nahon.
Applied Ocean Research (2000)
Dynamics and control of a towed underwater vehicle system, part I: model development
B. Buckham;M. Nahon;M. Seto;X. Zhao.
Ocean Engineering (2003)
Dynamics modeling and performance evaluation of an autonomous underwater vehicle
Jason Evans;Meyer Nahon.
Ocean Engineering (2004)
Real-time force optimization in parallel kinematic chains under inequality constraints
M.A. Nahon;J. Angeles.
international conference on robotics and automation (1991)
Motion Simulation Capabilities of Three-Degree-of-Freedom Flight Simulators
Nicolas A. Pouliot;Clement M. Gosselin;Meyer A. Nahon.
Journal of Aircraft (1998)
Airship dynamics modeling: A literature review
Yuwen Li;Meyer Nahon;Inna Sharf.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2011)
Force optimization in redundantly-actuated closed kinematic chains
M.A. Nahon;J. Angeles.
international conference on robotics and automation (1989)
A simplified dynamics model for autonomous underwater vehicles
symposium on autonomous underwater vehicle technology (1996)
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