Flight-determined aerodynamic derivatives of the AD-1 oblique-wing research airplane

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  • Research aircraft -- United States.,
  • Stability of airplanes.

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Other titlesFlight determined aerodynamic derivatives of the AD-1 oblique-wing research airplane.
StatementAlex F. Sim and Robert E. Curry.
SeriesNASA technical paper -- 2222.
ContributionsCurry, Robert E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15275125M

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Sim and Robert E. Curry, “Flight-Determined Aerodynamic Derivatives of the AD-1 Oblique-Wing Research Airplane” (Edwards, CA: NASA TP, ). 60 SHARES. Abstract. The conceptual design parameters and design processes which are used to access the development of the generic stability and control method are identified and discussed in Sect.

Primarily, design related commonalties and peculiarities for the range of conventional and unconventional aircraft types are : Bernd Chudoba. In this report, flight-determined and predicted stability and control derivatives for the AD-1 airplane are compared.

The predictions are based on. An estimation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an airplane modelunder steady state spin conditions. Unique flight characteristics of the AD-1 oblique-wing research airplane. Flight-determined correction terms for angle of attack and sideslip.

NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Aeronautical Engineering: A continuing bibliography, cumulative index ". Aerodynamic Assessment of Flight- Determined Subsonic Lift and Drag Characteristics of Seven Lifting-Body and Wing-Body Reentry Vehicle Flight Characteristics of the AD-1 Oblique-Wing Research METHOD FOR THE COMPUTATION OF CARTESIAN COORDINATES AND PARTIAL DERIVATIVES OF THE.

Ibid. Ibid. Richard E. Maine, “Aerodynamic Derivatives for an Oblique Wing Aircraft Estimated From Flight Data by Using a Maximum Likelihood Technique,” NASA Technical Paper (TP) (October ), 1– 72 Cockpit and instrument panel of the AD-1 Oblique Wing Research Aircraft. On Decemthe National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) AD-1 Oblique Wing Research Aircraft (OWRA) took off from the main runway at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB), CA, for a minute checkout flight.

It marked the world’s first flight of a piloted oblique-wing airplane. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) A cumulative index to Aeronautical Engineering: A continuing bibliography, supplement ".

Quoted in William E. Andrews, Thomas R. Sisk, and Robert W. Darville, Longitudinal Stability Characteristics of the Convair YF Airplane Determined from Flight Tests, NACA RM-H56I17 (), p.

1; see also Edwin J. Saltzman, Donald R. Bellman, and Norman T. Musialowski, Flight-Determined Transonic Lift and Drag Characteristics of the YF 5/5(1). [] James and Associates, ed., YF Experiments Symposium: A conference held at Dryden Flight Research Center Sept., NASA CP, ; Hallion and Gorn, On the Fron­tier, Appendix P [YF Flight Chronology, ], pp.

The Dryden Center tested an oblique wing aircraft, the AD-1, from to Richard Whitcomb and the Quest for Aerodynamic Efficiency NACA–NASA and the Rotary Wing Revolution Softening the Sonic Boom: 50 Years of NASA Research Toward Transatmospheric Fl.

Flight-determined aerodynamic derivatives of the AD-1 oblique-wing research airplane. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Sim, A. G.; Curry, R. The AD-1 is a variable-sweep oblique-wing research airplane that exhibits unconventional stability and control characteristics.

In this report, flight-determined and predicted stability. Flight-determined aerodynamic derivatives of the AD-1 oblique-wing research airplane. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Sim, A.

G.; Curry, R. The AD-1 is a variable-sweep oblique-wing research airplane that exhibits. The oblique wing research aircraft program was to combine a composite oblique wing with an existing F-8 aircraft, which features a wing that could be removed rather simply.

Figure The oblique wing research aircraft concept was to utilize the digital flight control system of NASA's F. Kantrowitz would pioneer high-Mach research facilities design, and Soulé would serve the NACA as research airplane projects leader, supervising the Agency’s Research Airplane Projects Panel (RAPP), a high-level steering group coordinating the NACA’s X-series experimental aircraft programs.

Peele, James R.: Flight-Determined Pressure Measurements Over the Wing of the Douglas DII Research Airplane at Mach Numbers Up to NACA RM L54A07, Ma93R PDF CASI Lift and drag data for the Consolidated Vultee XFA deltawing airplane were obtained for Mach numbers from to.

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