Source code for fastoad.models.performances.mission.segments.speed_change

"""Classes for acceleration/deceleration segments."""
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import logging
from dataclasses import dataclass
from typing import List, Tuple

from fastoad.model_base import FlightPoint
from .base import AbstractManualThrustSegment
from ..exceptions import FastFlightSegmentIncompleteFlightPoint

_LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)  # Logger for this module


[docs]@dataclass class SpeedChangeSegment(AbstractManualThrustSegment, mission_file_keyword="speed_change"): """ Computes a flight path segment where speed is modified with no change in altitude. The target must define a speed value among true_airspeed, equivalent_airspeed and mach. """
[docs] def get_distance_to_target( self, flight_points: List[FlightPoint], target: FlightPoint ) -> float: if target.true_airspeed is not None: return target.true_airspeed - flight_points[-1].true_airspeed if target.equivalent_airspeed is not None: return target.equivalent_airspeed - flight_points[-1].equivalent_airspeed if target.mach is not None: return target.mach - flight_points[-1].mach raise FastFlightSegmentIncompleteFlightPoint( "No valid target definition for altitude change." )
[docs] def get_gamma_and_acceleration(self, flight_point: FlightPoint) -> Tuple[float, float]: acceleration = (flight_point.thrust - flight_point.drag) / flight_point.mass return 0.0, acceleration