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Wing roll control devices for transonic high lift conditions

Wing roll control devices for transonic high lift conditions

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Published by Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J.D. McAllister [and others]. Part 2, Variable sweep configuration.
ContributionsMcAllister, J. D., United States. Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20635418M

• inhibited during autoslat operation • flaps/slats in transit or disagree with TE flap position • (NG) LE skew condition (slats 2 through 7) • (NG) during alternate flap extension until LE devices are fully extended and TE flaps reach flaps (Non-SFP)10 or (SFP) transonic and supersonic effects on stability Any of several phenomena may be encountered as an aircraft accelerates into the transonic flight regime. They include buffeting, tuck under or Mach tuck, and wing drop or shock stall.

A lifting-fuselage/wing aircraft having low drag at a selected cruise condition. The aircraft includes (a) a lifting fuselage having a cross-section constituting an airfoil in a majority of vertical planes taken parallel to the flight direction and an aspect ratio (AR f) of to ; (b) wings fixed to the fuselage having an aspect ratio (AR w) of at least ; (c) a mechanism Cited by: A theory for base pressures in transonic and supersonic flow / (Urbana, Ill.: Mechanical Engineering Dept., Univ. of Illinois, ), by Helmut Hans Korst, M. E. Childs, R. H. Page, and University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). Engineering Experiment Station (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

How is High Lift Wing Sweep Control Unit (aviation) abbreviated? HLWSCU stands for High Lift Wing Sweep Control Unit (aviation). HLWSCU is defined as High Lift Wing Sweep Control Unit (aviation) rarely. The Norpass elevator access control system can be integrated with the lift controls to enable the restriction to apply, whereby a particular floor can only be selected if the user has presented a lift card to a reader. Each lift card issued will permit access to certain floors but not others.


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Wing roll control devices for transonic high lift conditions Download PDF EPUB FB2

EFFECT OF HIGH LIFT DEVICES. The primary purpose of high lift devices (flaps, slots, slats, etc.) is to increase the CLm. In aircraft design and aerospace engineering, a high-lift device is a component or mechanism on an aircraft's wing that increases the amount of lift produced by the wing.

The device may be a fixed component, or a movable mechanism which is deployed when required. Common movable high-lift devices include wing flaps and devices include leading-edge slots, leading.

The need is to develop design technology that will produce high-lift systems that provide high L/D in climb-out, high lift coefficient during landing approach, acceptable performance in icing conditions, and acceptable levels of airframe noise, and that are also amendable to low-cost manufacture and maintenance.

A swept wing will delay the formation of the shock waves encountered in transonic flow to a higher Mach number. Additionally, it reduces the wave drag over all Mach numbers.

Figure 91 shows experimental data confirming this result as a wing is swept from no. -Flight spoilers: they are at the inboard section of the wing. Used consistently during flight to maintain straight and level flight.

Spoilers goes up on the up-going wing to dump lift.-Roll spoilers: down-going wing, aileron up, roll spoiler up.-Speed brakes: used during landing to reduce speed.

The Boeing high lift control systems (HLCS), a state-of-the-art microprocessor-based system that provides fly-by-wire control, protection, and built-in-test and maintenance access functions Author: Jon Rea.

ACC (wing flaperon) automatic camber control BIR buffet intensity rise, as defined in ibility effects at transonic speeds and providing high-lift advantages at lower speeds as indicated by reference 4. This may have been a consideration in the Cited by: The wing configuration of a fixed-wing aircraft (including both gliders and powered aeroplanes) is its arrangement of lifting and related surfaces.

Aircraft designs are often classified by their wing configuration. For example, the Supermarine Spitfire is a conventional low wing cantilever monoplane of straight elliptical planform with moderate aspect ratio and slight dihedral.

WING LOADING. The need for high lift devices on swept wing is apparent when the wing loading is examined. Fighter airplanes typical of World War II could be pulled out of a dive (at well below the speed of sound) with 10 “g’s” (if needed) without stalling.

Their wing loading was in the order of 40 lb/ft2(below kg/m2). Flow Analysis of Augmented High-Lift Systems on advanced circulation control concepts and their integration with modern transonic wing sections.

into roll. In general, Datcom treats the traditional body-wing-tail geometries including control effectiveness for a variety of high-lift /control devices.

High-lift/control output is generally in terms of the incremental effects due to deflection. The user must integrate these incremental effects with the “basic” configuration output. A swept wing KC Extender (top) refuels a trapezoidal-wing F Raptor. A wing is a type of fin that produces lift, while moving through air or some other such, wings have streamlined cross-sections that are subject to aerodynamic forces and act as airfoils.A wing's aerodynamic efficiency is expressed as its lift-to-drag lift a wing generates at a given speed and.

HIGH-LIFT DEVICES. Any device that increases the C L or area of the wing is a high-lift device. The desired result is to reduce. the takeoff and landing speeds. Increases in C L are achieved by increasing the camber of the airfoil, or by controlling the boundary layer’s.

and transonic speeds. Constraints are imposed on control-systems. Slats, flaps, roll-devices and classical yaw-controls together with classical flow-control via vortex-generators are undesirable.

Here the flight-physical properties must be designed into the plan-form, profiles, twist and a continuous blending of these. High-Lift Devices (in Russian, mekhanizatsiia kryla) a set of devices that alter the lift and drag of an aircraft wing.

They reduce the landing speed of an airplane, and during takeoff they facilitate its lift-off from the ground. The lift may be increased by a factor of – or more, leading to a reduction of 20–50 percent and more in landing. This book covers the basic principles of flight theory in both low and high speed regimes.

Airflow theory, airfoil design, high lift devices, induced and parasitic drag, stall patterns, climb and sink performance, thrust and power, control & stability are all covered in subsonic, transonic, and supersonic conditions. I wrote a blog on how airplanes fly and basic flight controls recently and decided to expand on it and discuss high-lift devices and other flight controls.

These devices are commonly seen on private jets and large transport aircraft. These are used to generate additional lift at slower speeds and create drag. The method is applied for two flight conditions and shows interesting improvement in terms of lift-to-drag ratio.

The capability of such a morphing system to improve the aerodynamic efficiency of a wing along a wide range of lift coefficients is demonstrated.

Previous studies Present study CY Body thickness ratio CY cc Wing thickness ratio (Y cc Body thickness ratio Figure Comparison of past and present transonic studies. angles of attack proportional to the wing thickness-length ratio or smaller has been stud- ied by Hayes (ref.

5) and by Cheng and Hafez (ref. 7) with the method of matched asymp. Description. High lift devices are movable surfaces or, in some cases, stationary components that are designed to increase lift during some phases or conditions of flight.

High lift devices are most frequently utilised during the takeoff and initial climb and the approach and landing phases of flight but may also be used in any other low speed situation. Active control high-lift devices. Active control high lift devise is also said powered high lift device.

Powered high-lift devices operate through control of the boundary layer. Because momentum is directly added to the boundary layer, airfoil performance in the high Reynolds number region can be easily realized by: 2. A high L/D ratio is achieved by converting the top and bottom face of the wing into a driven belt, thereby actively adding momentum to the flow around the wing.

A test was conducted at a Reynolds.At supercritical conditions a porous strip (or slot strip) placed beneath a shock wave can reduce the drag by a weaker lambda shock system, and increase the buffet boundary, even may increase the lift. Passive shock wave/boundary layer control (PSBC) for drag reduction was conducted by SC(2) supercritical wing, with emphases on parameter Author: Ling Zhou, Dehua Chen, Yang Tao, Guangyuan Liu, Shuheng Song, Shidong Zhong.