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Saarlas, Maido Aircraft Performance
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Saarlas, Maido

Aircraft Performance

€ 168.95

This book follows two basic ideas: 1. To approach the performance analysis from the basic energy concepts, and 2. To use aerodynamics and propulsion as known inputs thus releasing space for new and evolving approaches. This allows the material to be focused on what aircraft designers focus on in the real world and streamlines the content.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
1 The General Performance Problem 1(6)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 Performance Characteristics
2(3)
1.2.1 Absolute Performance Characteristics
3(1)
1.2.2 Functional Performance Characteristics
4(1)
1.3 The Approach
5(2)
2 Equations of Motion 7(9)
2.1 General Information
7(4)
2.2 The Energy Approach
11(5)
3 The Basics 16(54)
3.1 Fundamental Performance Equation
16(3)
3.2 Stalling Speed
19(6)
3.3 Maximum Velocity and Ceiling
25(28)
3.3.1 General Considerations
25(3)
3.3.2 Drag and Drag Polar
28(6)
3.3.3 Flight Envelope: Vmax, Vmin
34(13)
3.3.4 Power Required and Power Available
47(5)
3.3.5 Turboprop Engines
52(1)
3.4 Gliding Flight
53(17)
3.4.1 Glide Angle and Sinking Speed
53(6)
3.4.2 Glide Range and Endurance
59(11)
4 Climbing Flight 70(31)
4.1 General
70(1)
4.2 Rate of Climb, Climb Angle
71(3)
4.3 Time to Climb
74(7)
4.4 Other Methods
81(20)
4.4.1 Shallow Flight Paths
81(7)
4.4.2 Load Factor n not equal to 1
88(6)
4.4.3 Partial Power and Excess Power Considerations
94(7)
5 Range and Endurance 101(49)
5.1 Introduction
101(2)
5.2 Approximate, But Most Used, Methods
103(14)
5.2.1 Reciprocating Engine
105(6)
5.2.2 Jet Aircraft
111(6)
5.3 Range Integration Method
117(9)
5.3.1 Basic Methodology
118(5)
5.3.2 An Operational Approach
123(3)
5.4 Other Considerations
126(3)
5.4.1 Flight Speeds
126(2)
5.4.2 Effect of Energy Change on Range
128(1)
5.5 Endurance
129(5)
5.5.1 Reciprocating Engines
130(2)
5.5.2 Turbojets
132(1)
5.5.3 Endurance Integration Method
133(1)
5.6 Additional Range and Endurance Topics
134(16)
5.6.1 The Effect of Wind
135(7)
5.6.2 Some Range and Endurance Comparisons
142(8)
6 Nonsteady Flight in the Vertical Plane 150(39)
6.1 Take-off and Landing
150(1)
6.2 Take-off Analysis
151(21)
6.2.1 Ground Run
153(7)
6.2.2 Rotation Distance
160(2)
6.2.3 Transition Distance
162(4)
6.2.4 Take-off Time
166(1)
6.2.5 Factors Influencing the Take-off
166(6)
6.3 Landing
172(6)
6.3.1 Landing Phases
172(1)
6.3.2 Landing Run
173(2)
6.3.3 The Approach Distance
175(1)
6.3.4 The Flare Distance
176(2)
6.4 Accelerating Flight
178(11)
7 Maneuvering Flight 189(45)
7.1 Introduction
189(1)
7.2 Turns in Vertical Plane: Pull-Ups or Push-Overs
190(2)
7.3 V n Diagram
192(7)
7.4 Turning Flight in Horizontal Plane
199(9)
7.5 Maximum Sustained Turning Performance
208(12)
7.5.1 Maximum Load Factor
209(1)
7.5.2 Minimum Turn Radius
210(3)
7.5.3 Maximum Turning Rate
213(7)
7.6 The Maneuvering Diagram
220(4)
7.7 Spiral Flight
224(10)
8 Additional Topics 234(24)
8.1 Constraint Plot
234(11)
8.1.1 Take-off and Landing
236(2)
8.1.2 Constraints Tied to Performance Equation
238(7)
8.2 Energy Methods
245(13)
A Properties of Standard Atmosphere 258(2)
B On the Drag Coefficient 260(5)
C Selected Aircraft Data 265(2)
D Thrust Data for Performance Calculations 267(10)
E Some Useful Conversion Factors 277(3)
Index 280
Extra informatie: 
Hardback
296 pagina's
Januari 2007
544 gram
241 x 159 x 19 mm
John Wiley & Sons us

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