Source code for fastoad.models.performances.mission.base

"""Base classes for mission computation."""
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from abc import ABC, abstractmethod
from copy import deepcopy
from dataclasses import dataclass, field
from typing import List, Optional

import pandas as pd

from fastoad.model_base import FlightPoint
from fastoad.model_base.datacls import BaseDataClass

[docs]@dataclass class IFlightPart(ABC, BaseDataClass): """ Base class for all flight parts. """ name: str = "" target: FlightPoint = field(init=False, default=None)
[docs] @abstractmethod def compute_from(self, start: FlightPoint) -> pd.DataFrame: """ Computes a flight sequence from provided start point. :param start: the initial flight point, defined for `altitude`, `mass` and speed (`true_airspeed`, `equivalent_airspeed` or `mach`). Can also be defined for `time` and/or `ground_distance`. :return: a pandas DataFrame where column names match fields of :class:`~fastoad.model_base.flight_point.FlightPoint` """
[docs]@dataclass class FlightSequence(IFlightPart): """ Defines and computes a flight sequence. """ #: List of IFlightPart instances that should be run sequentially. flight_sequence: List[IFlightPart] = field(default_factory=list) #: Consumed mass between sequence start and target mass, if any defined consumed_mass_before_input_weight: float = field(default=0.0, init=False)
[docs] def compute_from(self, start: FlightPoint) -> pd.DataFrame: parts = [] part_start = deepcopy(start) part_start.scalarize() self.consumed_mass_before_input_weight = 0.0 consumed_mass = 0.0 for part in self.flight_sequence: # This check has to be done first because relative target parameters # will be made absolute during compute_from() part_has_target_mass = not ( is None or"mass")) flight_points = part.compute_from(part_start) consumed_mass += flight_points.iloc[0].mass - flight_points.iloc[-1].mass if isinstance(part, FlightSequence): self.consumed_mass_before_input_weight += part.consumed_mass_before_input_weight # If a part has a target mass, computed mass of all previous part must be # offset so this target will be reached. # (mass consumption of previous parts is assumed independent of aircraft mass) if part_has_target_mass: mass_offset = flight_points.iloc[0].mass - part_start.mass for previous_flight_points in parts: previous_flight_points.mass += mass_offset self.consumed_mass_before_input_weight = float(consumed_mass) if len(parts) > 0 and len(flight_points) > 1: # First point of the segment is omitted, as it is the last of previous segment. # # But sometimes (especially in the case of simplistic segments), the new first # point may contain more information than the previous last one. In such case, # it is interesting to complete the previous last one. last_flight_points = parts[-1] last_index = last_flight_points.index[-1] for name in flight_points.columns: value = last_flight_points.loc[last_index, name] if not value: last_flight_points.loc[last_index, name] = flight_points.loc[0, name] parts.append(flight_points.iloc[1:]) else: # But it is kept if the computed segment is the first one. parts.append(flight_points) part_start = FlightPoint.create(flight_points.iloc[-1]) part_start.scalarize() if parts: return pd.concat(parts).reset_index(drop=True)
@property def target(self) -> Optional[FlightPoint]: """Target of the last element of current sequence.""" if len(self.flight_sequence) > 0: return self.flight_sequence[-1].target return None