An analysis of VGH data collected from one type of four-engine turbojet transport airplane
Paul A. Hunter, Mary W. Fetner, Langley Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1970 - Transportation - 37 pages
VGH data collected from four-engine turbojet transport airplane.
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1.2 Incremental normal accelerations due accelerations per mile accelerations per nautical Airplane 1 Airplane airspeeds and altitudes altitude interval ANALYSIS OF VGH average airspeeds Average indicated airspeed check-flight maneuver accelerations check-flight maneuver experience combined sample comparison cruise condition Cumulative frequency distributions data samples derived gust velocity descent condition distributions of derived due to gusts evaluation feet flight duration four-engine turbojet transport Frequency of occurrence g units ground operations gust accelerations gust and maneuver Incremental normal acceleration Individual airplane samples knots indicated landing impact landing roll-out landing-impact accelerations Langley Research Center m/sec Mach number Maximum take-off weight NACA NASA TN negative accelerations Operating airspeeds operational flights operational maneuver accelerations oscillatory accelerations percent positive and negative postflight taxi preflight taxi present operation present results pressure altitude reference 11 rough air shown in figure spent in oscillations take-off TURBOJET TRANSPORT AIRPLANE turbulence type of four-engine VGH records Walter G