Variation of pitching moment with engine thrust for a twin-engine commercial jet aircraft
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1977 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
40 Flap additional moments produced Aileron air density airplane center airplane pitching angle of attack arm perpendicular distance attributed to additional center of gravity climbout and descent commercial jet transport conditions analyzed CONDITIONS AND PROCEDURES configuration landing gear cruise configurations deflection maximum differences are attributed distance from thrust due to thrust effect of engine elevator deflection engine nacelle flow engine net thrust ENGINE THRUST EPR approximately Flap deflection flaps 15 flaps 40 Flight tests flow and engine geometric moment arm increasing flap angle Indicated airspeed interaction between wing jet engine jet-induced downwash kg-m2 slug-ft2 knots Stabilizer angle Langley Research Center Mach number Moments of inertia N-m ft-lbf nacelle normal force NASA outboard Performing Organization pitching moment due produced by nacelle Slope average tapes test airplane TEST CONDITIONS thrust axis thrust change thrust on airplane twin-engine commercial jet U.S. Customary Units VARIATION OF PITCHING wing flow