A preliminary study of handling-qualities requirements of supersonic transports in high-speed cruising flight using piloted simulators
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1963 - Technology & Engineering - 30 pages
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aerodynamic and control analysis of simulator angle of attack basic airplane basis of opinions Canard characteristics were found combinations of aerodynamic configuration control characteristics damping ratio Delta Winged derivatives which reduce deriving motions discussed as representative Dutch roll feet altitude five-degree simulator five-degree-of-freedom piloted simula FLIGHT USING PILOTED found which provided four pilots George E. V. NASA HAEDLING-QUALITIES REQUIREMENTS HIGH-SPEED CRUISING FLIGHT inoperative stability augmenter investigate handling qualities longitudinal Mach number Maurice McNeill motion simulator motions and instrument NASA TECHNICAL NOTE opinions of four OTS price pilot rating PILOTED SIMULATORS podded engine provided good handling qualities to marginally radian radians/sec reduce handling qualities REQUIREMENTS OF SUPERSONIC Richard F rudder satisfactory is discussed side accelerations sideslip angle simulator motion singie aerodynamic derivatives six-degree-of-freedom analog computer Space Administration stability derivatives Static margin static stability STUDY OF HAEDLING-QUALITIES supersonic trans supersonic transport TECHNICAL NOTE D-1888 TRANSPORTS IN HIGH-SPEED values of singie Vomaske Walter washout