A flight and simulator study of directional augmentation criteria for a four-propellered STOL airplane
Hervey C. Quigley, Ames Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1967 - Transportation - 39 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
70 knots adverse yaw due aerodynamic aileron deflection Airfoil airspeed amplitude analog computer Ap/AO approach speed autopilot bank turn change of sideslip configuration damping characteristics damping ratio DIRECTIONAL AUGMENTATION directional damping directional stability due to aileron due to roll Dutch roll evaluation flaps FLIGHT AND SIMULATOR flight test FOUR-PROPELLERED STOL gusts handling qualities Hervey illustrated in figure increase Innis landing approach large STOL airplanes lateral acceleration lateral control NACA NASA TN peak bank angle peak sideslip pilot opinion pilot rating Positive deflection Quigley rad/g rad/rad rad/rad/sec radian rate change rate dampers roll rate rudder authority rudder pedals rudder system SAS characteristics SAS servo SAS system satisfactory sideslip angle sideslip excursions simulated airplane simulator study stability augmentation system steady-state STOL Transport Airplane test airplane turn coordination turn entry turn rate valve vane wing tip boom yaw damper yaw rate damping Yes Yes Yes