A flight investigation of piloting techniques and crosswind limitations during visual STOL-Type landing operations
Langley Research Center, Bruce D. Fisher, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1976 - Technology & Engineering - 55 pages
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20 knots 20-knot crosswinds aileron and rudder Aileron deflection approach angles approaches with 15 approaches with crosswinds attitude at touchdown control deflections controls were deflected crab and slip crab approaches crab technique Cross-runway technique crosswind limits crosswinds greater cumulative frequencies Data combined deflected between given deg Figure Federal Aviation Administration Figure 29 flare full flap function of crosswind given value ground roll ground roll-out Ground-roll distance Histogram showing relative indicated airspeed keep the aircraft Langley Research Center maneuver NASA normal load factor nose-gear steering percent piloting techniques pilots agreed pilots thought pitch attitude prior to touchdown relative time controls reverse thrust right crosswind roll attitude Rudder deflection Runs Mean runway width sensor shown in figure sideslip angle slip and crab slip approaches slip technique STOL-type landing operations target center techniques and crosswind Touchdown speed ratio VISUAL STOL-TYPE LANDING wind data wind tower wind-sensor tower wing-lift spoilers wings level