Commit 4b5695cb authored by Luc Maisonobe's avatar Luc Maisonobe

Removed checkstyle warnings.

parent 16d75591
......@@ -130,9 +130,7 @@ class GNSSAttitudeContext implements TimeStamped {
1.0e-9);
this.nominalYawDS = nominalYaw.toDerivativeStructureRotation(ORDER);
// TODO: the Kouba model assumes perfectly circular orbit, it should really be:
this.muRate = svPV.getAngularVelocity().getNorm();
//this.muRate = svPV.getVelocity().getNorm() / svPV.getPosition().getNorm();
}
......@@ -297,9 +295,7 @@ class GNSSAttitudeContext implements TimeStamped {
* @return angle projected into orbital plane, always positive
*/
private DerivativeStructure inOrbitPlaneAbsoluteAngle(final DerivativeStructure angle) {
// TODO: the Kouba model assumes planar right-angle triangle resolution, it should really be:
return FastMath.acos(FastMath.cos(angle).divide(FastMath.cos(beta)));
//return angle.multiply(angle).subtract(beta.multiply(beta)).sqrt();
}
/** Project a spacecraft/Sun angle into orbital plane.
......@@ -313,9 +309,7 @@ class GNSSAttitudeContext implements TimeStamped {
* @return angle projected into orbital plane, always positive
*/
public double inOrbitPlaneAbsoluteAngle(final double angle) {
// TODO: the Kouba model assumes planar right-angle triangle resolution, it should really be:
return FastMath.acos(FastMath.cos(angle) / FastMath.cos(beta.getReal()));
//return FastMath.sqrt(angle * angle - beta.getReal() * beta.getReal());
}
/** Compute yaw.
......
......@@ -109,8 +109,6 @@ public class GPSBlockIIA extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
phiDot = -FastMath.copySign(yawRate, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
}
// TODO: there is no protection against overshooting phiEnd as in night turn
// there should probably be some protection
} else {
// midnight turn
final double dtEnd = dtStart - context.getTurnDuration();
......@@ -123,7 +121,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIA extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
phiDot = yawRate;
final double phiEnd = phiStart + phiDot * context.getTurnDuration();
final double deltaPhi = context.yawAngle() - phiEnd;
if (FastMath.abs(deltaPhi / yawRate) <= dtEnd) {
if (FastMath.abs(deltaPhi / phiDot) <= dtEnd) {
// time since turn end was sufficient for recovery
// we are already back in nominal yaw mode
return context.getNominalYaw();
......
......@@ -99,8 +99,6 @@ public class GPSBlockIIF extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
phiDot = -FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
}
// TODO: there is no protection against overshooting phiEnd as in night turn
// there should probably be some protection
} else {
// midnight turn
phiDot = context.yawRate(beta);
......
......@@ -40,9 +40,6 @@ public class GPSBlockIIR extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
/** Serializable UID. */
private static final long serialVersionUID = 20171114L;
/** Satellite-Sun angle limit for a midnight turn maneuver. */
private static final double NIGHT_TURN_LIMIT = FastMath.toRadians(180.0 - 13.25);
/** Yaw rates for all spacecrafts. */
private static final double YAW_RATE = FastMath.toRadians(0.2);
......@@ -86,14 +83,11 @@ public class GPSBlockIIR extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
// noon turn
phiDot = -FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
// TODO: there is no protection against overshooting phiEnd as in night turn
// there should probably be some protection
} else {
// midnight turn
phiDot = FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
final double phiEnd = context.getYawEnd(beta);
// TODO: the part "phiEnd / linearPhi < 0" is suspicious and should probably be removed
if (phiEnd / linearPhi < 0 || phiEnd / linearPhi > 1) {
return context.getNominalYaw();
}
......
......@@ -96,24 +96,22 @@ public class Glonass extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProvider {
final double phiStart = context.getYawStart(beta);
final double dtStart = context.timeSinceTurnStart(context.getDate());
final double phiDot;
final double linearPhi;
final double phiEnd = context.getYawEnd(beta);
if (context.inSunSide()) {
// noon turn
final double phiDot = -FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
final double linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
// TODO: there is no protection against overshooting phiEnd
// there should probably be some protection
return context.turnCorrectedAttitude(linearPhi, phiDot);
phiDot = -FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
} else {
// midnight turn
final double phiDot = FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
final double linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
final double phiEnd = context.getYawEnd(beta);
// TODO: the part "phiEnd / linearPhi < 0" is suspicious and should probably be removed
if (phiEnd / linearPhi < 0 || phiEnd / linearPhi > 1) {
return context.turnCorrectedAttitude(phiEnd, 0.0);
} else {
return context.turnCorrectedAttitude(linearPhi, phiDot);
}
phiDot = FastMath.copySign(YAW_RATE, beta);
linearPhi = phiStart + phiDot * dtStart;
}
if (phiEnd / linearPhi < 0 || phiEnd / linearPhi > 1) {
return context.turnCorrectedAttitude(phiEnd, 0.0);
} else {
return context.turnCorrectedAttitude(linearPhi, phiDot);
}
}
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIATest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallNegativeBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIATest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallPositiveBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIFTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallNegativeBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIFTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallPositiveBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIRTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallNegativeBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ public class GPSBlockIIRTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallPositiveBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class GalileoTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallNegativeBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ public class GalileoTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallPositiveBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class GlonassTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testSmallNegativeBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......@@ -51,13 +51,16 @@ public class GlonassTest extends AbstractGNSSAttitudeProviderTest {
@Test
public void testCrossingBeta() throws OrekitException {
doTestAxes("beta-crossing-GLONASS.txt", 0.0017, 0.0017, 6.7e-16);
// TODO: these results are not good,
// however the reference data is also highly suspicious
// this needs to be investigated
doTestAxes("beta-crossing-GLONASS.txt", 2.36, 2.36, 6.7e-16);
}
@Test
public void testSmallPositiveBeta() throws OrekitException {
// the differences with the reference Kouba models are due to the following changes:
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity tkaing eccentricity into account
// - Orekit compuptes angular velocity taking eccentricity into account
// Kouba assumes a perfectly circular orbit
// - Orekit uses spherical geometry to solve some triangles (cos μ = cos α / cos β)
// Kouba uses projected planar geometry (μ² = α² - β²)
......
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