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The lift-fan powered-lift aircraft concept, lessons learned
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Lift fan powered lift aircraft concept, lessons learned.|
|Statement||Wallace H. Deckert.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 177616., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177616.|
|Contributions||Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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The Lift-Fan Powered-Lift Aircraft Concept: Lessons Learned Wallace H. Deckert Retired NASA Ames Researcher Oceanside, CA Prepared for Ames Research Center CONTRACT AD September N/ A National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center Moffett Field, California The Lift-Fan Aircraft: Lessons Learned Wallace H.
Deckert Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA ence aircraft on each side of the powered-lift spectrum compared to the aircraft under study. If design is about craft concept". If a "second best" lift-fan STOL uses much Get this from a library.
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Other design integration problems re-lated to a small and large V/STOL transport aircraft will be sum-marized including lessons learned during more recent conceptual design studies related to a XV-5 Vertifan. In NovemberGeneral Electric won a US Army contract to develop its fan-in-wing concept, the XV-5A, with design, construction and flight testing of the aircraft was sub The Lift Fan generates a column of cool air that provides nea pounds of lifting power using variable inlet guide vanes to modulate the airflow, along with an equivalent amount of thrust from the downward vectored rear exhaust to lift the aircraft.
The Lift Fan utilizes a clutch that engages the shaft drive system for STOVL V/STOL aircraft will be reviewed, and some lessons learned from a selected number of concepts will be high-lighted. The only current concept described is the AV-8B, which was developed by modifications to the British Harrier.
Configurations recently proposed for the future subsonic, multimission aircraft and the future super- to encumber theConcept Demonstrator Aircraft (CDA) aircraft schedule, and enabled the final results and lessons learned to be incorporated into the F at the outset of the SDD program.
During the same period, numerous IRAD and CRAD studies the pressure (lift) will need to be. Lift is that pressure. Drag is a mechanical force generated by the interaction and contract of a solid body, such as an airplane, with a fluid (liquid or gas).
Finally, the thrust is the force that is generated by the engines of an aircraft in order for the aircraft to move forward. Lift Thrust Drag Weight Hypersonic Aerodynamics Our interest is in the lessons learned from these configurations.
The X, shown in Figureis the only true manned hypersonic airplane flown to date. It was rocket powered, and started flight by being dropped from a B, so it was purely a research airplane.
The first flight was by Scott Crossfield in ~mason/Mason_f/ The lift-fan is powered by a two-stage turbine on the engine and works in conjunction with the downward-vectored rear exhaust port and Roll Posts to achieved a balanced lift cycle. The lift fan can generate up to 20,lb of lift (almost half of the vertical flight thrust), also providing cooling for down-drafting air compared to previous STOVL ?aircraft_id= Dryden Flight Research Center -- the HL made its first flight on Decem from Edwards Air Force Base in California.
It made a total of 37 flights, 24 of them powered, before being retired in Lessons learned from the HL and its sister lifting bodies were subsequently incorporated into the design for the American Space Royal Navy aircraft carrier ski jumps – a history British inventors have been responsible for many of the innovations that have made carrier aviation possible.
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