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High speed problems of aircraft and experimental methods.

High speed problems of aircraft and experimental methods.

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High-speed aeronautics,
  • Aeronautics -- Research,
  • Airplanes -- Design and construction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementEditors: pt. 1, A. F. Donovan [and] H. R. Lawrence; pts. 2 and 3, F. E. Goddard; pt. 4, R. R. Gilruth.
    SeriesHigh speed aerodynamics and jet propulsion,, v. 8
    ContributionsDonovan, A. F. ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL573 .H52 vol. 8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 976 p.
    Number of Pages976
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6273390M
    LC Control Number59011073
    OCLC/WorldCa1359432

    The North American X was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as part of the X-plane series of experimental X set speed and altitude records in the s, reaching the edge of outer space and returning with valuable data used in aircraft and spacecraft cturer: North American Aviation. Aircraft with conventional propellers, therefore, do not usually fly faster than Mach There have been propeller aircraft which attained up to the Mach range, but the low propeller efficiency at this speed makes such applications rare. There have been efforts to develop propellers for aircraft at high .

    The arrival of the improved PJ and PL models, modified on the production line based on lessons learned in Europe, helped, but problems remained. Lightning pilot 2nd Lt. Jim Kunkle of the th Fighter Group remembered: “The critical problem with us was we didn’t have much heat in the cockpit. On high altitude missions it was very cold.   The LP1 is a two-place, pressurized, carbon fiber kit aircraft powered by an adapted Chevy Corvette LS engine that is intended to operate at altitudes as high as 29, feet (with sea level cockpit pressurization) and cruise at mph burning just gallons of fuel per hour. Even more astonishing is the goal for a 1, pound empty weight.

    There are countless books, dvds and websites about the great aircraft of World War Two. Almost everyone would recognize the Spitfire, P Mustang, Me or Lancaster. However there were hundreds of aircraft types used between and and inevitably some were abject failures. I’ve always enjoyed ‘worst of’ lists and had an interest in aviation, so I thought it time to combine the two.   The 'pre-cooler', which lets the aircraft travel at high speed without hot air rushing in and causing the engine to melt was tested at simulated speeds of more than three times the speed of sound.


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Volume VIII of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. This volume includes: performance calculation at high speed; stability and control of high speed aircraft; aeroelasticity and flutter; model testing; transonic wind tunnels; supersonic tunnels; hypersonic experimental facilities; low density wind tunnels; shock tube; wind tunnel measurements; instrumented models in free flight; piloted aircraft testing; free flight range : Hardcover.

Volume VIII of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. This volume includes: performance calculation at high speed; stability and control of high speed aircraft; aeroelasticity and flutter; model testing; transonic wind tunnels; supersonic tunnels; hypersonic experimental facilities; low density wind tunnels; shock tube; wind tunnel measurements; instrumented models in free flight; piloted aircraft testing; free flight range methods.

High Speed Aerodynamics & Jet Propulsion, Volume 8, High Speed Problems of Aircraft & Experimental Methods, Hardcover – January 1, by et al Donovan, A.F., editor (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from 5/5(1). The aerodynamic problems of the hypersonic speed range have become more serious with the development of efficient rockets and missiles to operate at high Mach numbers. During the last war an outstanding missile was the V-2, which had a maximum velocity of approximately ft/sec and a maximum range of about miles.

High Speed Problems of Aircraft and Experimental Methods by Allen F. Donovan (Editor) Be the first to review this item Volume VIII of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. High Speed Problems of Aircraft and Experimental Methods by Allen F.

Donovan is available in these libraries OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries Volume VIII of the High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion series. Interest in the possibilities of using unconventional aerodynamic shapes such as waveriders and biplanes in the design of high-speed aircraft currently remains, as evidenced by, for example, recent developments [19,20,21,22].

The important aspect of creation and exploitation of high speed aerial transport is the care about by: 1. the main parts of an aircraft. A knowledge of the basic stresses on aircraft structures will help you understand why aircraft are built the way they are.

The fuselage of an aircraft is subject the fives types of stress—torsion, bending, tension, shear, and compression. Torsional stress in a File Size: 1MB. Depending on the model selected, Glasair aircraft can be powered by engines from to hp.

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Ultra-High Strain Rate Constitutive Modeling of Pure Titanium Using Particle Impact Test J. Appl. Mech Micromechanics Study on Actuation Efficiency of Hard-Magnetic Soft Active MaterialsCited by: 6. High speed rotating blades are crucial components of modern large aircraft engines. The rotating blades under working condition frequently suffer from the aerodynamic, elastic and inertia loads, which may lead to large amplitude nonlinear oscillations.

This paper investigates nonlinear dynamic responses of the blade with varying rotating speed in supersonic by: 5. OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages illustrations, diagrams, tables 25 cm.

Series Title: High speed aerodynamics and jet propulsion, v Responsibility. Donovan, F. Goddard, H. Lawrence, R. Gilruth, High Speed Problems of Aircraft and Experimental Methods.

(High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion, Vol. Introduction. Designing a light-powered aircraft or a sailplane has become easier than in the past due to an increasing number of numerical codes available along with a high level of precision attained with the recent and modern experimental by: Small cambered and twisted surfaces, called sails, fitted to the wing tips of an aircraft can reduce its lift-dependent drag by up to 30%.

Flight tests on a Paris aircraft show a 25% increase in Author: Rajesh Nandi. The various materials used in aircraft construction are described and include aluminium and its alloys, steel, titanium, plastics, glass, and composites. Their different properties are described as are the experimental methods for determining them.

Stress-strain curves for low carbon steel, aluminium, brittle materials and composites are shown. Design Analysis of the High-Speed Experimental Flight Test Vehicle HEXAFLY-International Conference Paper (PDF Available) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

the existing experimental data base on low-speed, single element airfoils, and then proceed to a discussion of the problem of tailoring an airfoil for a specific application at its appropriate Reynolds number. This latter problem is approached by use of inverse (or "synthesis")File Size: 1MB.

This is a list of experimental aircraft, or aircraft used or built to conduct experiments involving aerodynamics, structural materials, propulsion systems, configuration and ypes, pre-production and homebuilt aircraft described as experimental but which were not used in this manner outside their own development are excluded.

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Number 7: Mikoyan MiG Foxbat With a top speed of Machthe next aircraft on our list is the Mikoyan Gurevich Foxhound (also this one was once available for tourist flights!).Due to its enormous twin-engine with a thrust of 2*kN, it was able to fly at supersonic speeds at both high- and low altitudes.

It is a Soviet Interceptor built to take out enemy aircraft and has great.capabilities. One of the most iconic examples of experimental flight test involves United States Air Force pilot Captain Chuck Yeager and the Bell X-1 aircraft achieving supersonic flight on Octo following years of research in high speed aerodynamics.

.Consideration of aircraft operations, including inspection, maintenance, and repair procedures is crucial in the development and application of new materials and structures.

This part of the committee's report focuses on the operation and monitoring of materials and structures in a service.