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Exercise 7: Maneuvering & High Speed Flight
For this week’s assignment you will research a historic or current fighter type aircraft of your choice (options for historic fighter jets include, but are not limited to: Me262, P59, MiG15, F86, Hawker Hunter, Saab 29, F8, Mirage III, MiG21, MiG23, Su7, Electric Lightning, Electric Canberra, F104, F105, F4, F5, A6, A7, Saab Draken, Super Etendard, MiG25, Saab Viggen, F14, and many more).
As previously mentioned and in contrast to formal research for other work in your academic program at ERAU, Wikipedia may be used as a starting point for this assignment. However, DO NOT USE PROPRIETARY OR CLASSIFIED INFORMATION even if you happen to have access in your line of work.
Notice also that NASA has some great additional information at: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/pao/History/SP468/contents.htm.
For simplification, assume the CL_{max} for your aircraft was 1.5 (unless you can find a different CL_{max} in your research).
Explanation: Making the assumption of symmetry simplifies your work, since the stall curve in the negative part of the VG diagram becomes a mirror image of the positive side. Notice also that the simplified form of Eq. 14.5 won’t work with negative values; however, if using the Gdependent stall equation in the middle of page 222, it becomes obvious that negative signs cancel out between the negative G and the negative CL_{max}, and Stall Speeds can actually be calculated in the same way as for positive G, reducing your workload on the negative side to only one calculation of the stall speed at the negative LLF, if not a whole number.)
G 
V_{S} (kts) 
PLL: 



10 

9 

8 

7 

6 

5 

4 

3 

2 

1 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



NLL: 

III) With bank angle from I) above and maneuvering speed from H., use Eq. 14.16 to find ROT. (Make sure to use the formula that already utilizes speed in kts and gives results in degree per second).
From: Dole, C. E. & Lewis, J. E. (2000). Flight Theory and Aerodynamics. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
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