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

"""Aerodynamic polar data."""
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from numpy import ndarray
from scipy.interpolate import interp1d
from scipy.optimize import fmin

[docs]class Polar: def __init__(self, cl: ndarray, cd: ndarray): """ Class for managing aerodynamic polar data. Links drag coefficient (CD) to lift coefficient (CL). It is defined by two vectors with CL and CD values. Once defined, for any CL value, CD can be obtained using :meth:`cd`. :param cl: a N-elements array with CL values :param cd: a N-elements array with CD values that match CL """ self._definition_CL = cl self._cd = interp1d(cl, cd, kind="quadratic", fill_value="extrapolate") def _negated_lift_drag_ratio(lift_coeff): """Returns -CL/CD.""" return -lift_coeff / self._optimal_CL = fmin(_negated_lift_drag_ratio, cl[0], disp=0) @property def definition_cl(self): """The vector that has been used for defining lift coefficient.""" return self._definition_CL @property def optimal_cl(self): """The CL value that provides larger lift/drag ratio.""" return self._optimal_CL
[docs] def cd(self, cl=None): """ Computes drag coefficient (CD) by interpolation in definition data. :param cl: lift coefficient (CL) values. If not provided, the CL definition vector will be used (i.e. CD definition vector will be returned) :return: CD values for each provide CL values """ if cl is None: return self._cd(self._definition_CL) return self._cd(cl)