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3)) in inertial axes and deriving an expression for ^ f | e in terms of ground speed and its time derivatives with respect to the inertial frame. Inertial velocity may be expressed in terms of ground speed using the Coriolis equation, viz. 11) Applying the Coriolis equation in the form of eqn. 10) to the second term in eqn. 12) In generating the above equation, it is assumed that the turn rate of the Earth is constant, hence ^ ^ = 0. Combining eqns. 13) In this equation, f represents the specific force acceleration to which the navigation system is subjected, while coie x ve is the acceleration caused by its velocity over the surface of a rotating Earth, usually referred to as the Coriolis acceleration.

28) where ft J^ is the skew symmetric form of co^b, the body rate with respect to the navigation frame. This is derived by differencing the measured body rates, G)-J3, and estimates of the components of navigation frame rate, Win. 15. 27). From this equation, it can be seen that the rate of change of the velocity, with respect to the surface of the Earth, is made up of the following terms: 1. The specific force acting on the vehicle, as measured by a triad of accelerometers mounted within it. 2.

Further details concerning wander azimuth systems and the mechanisations described earlier appear in Reference 1. 5 Summary ofstrapdown system mechanisations This section has provided outline descriptions of a number of possible strapdown inertial navigation system mechanisations. Further details are given in Reference 1. The choice of mechanisation is dependent on the application. Whilst any of the schemes described may be used for navigation close to the Earth, the local geographic navigation frame mechanisation is commonly employed for navigation over large distances.