P5 - (Note for a 5g turn the load factor n=5 is the acceleration perpendicular to the wing For n=1 L=W Assume all the maneuvers occur at an

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Unified Engineering Spring Term 2004 Problem P5. (Propulsion) (L.O. D) For a future high performance military fighter, with a wing loading (W/S) of 3500 N/m2, does it require does it require a higher ratio of thrust to weight to i) Perform a steady, constant altitude, constant speed 5g combat turn at M=0.9, or ii) Accelerate from M=0.5 to M=2 in 20 seconds?
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Unformatted text preview: (Note, for a 5g turn the load factor, n=5, is the acceleration perpendicular to the wing. For n=1, L=W.) Assume all the maneuvers occur at an altitude of 11km where the pressure is 22.6 kPa, the temperature is 217 K, the density is 0.34 kg/m3, and the speed of sound is 295 m/s. Assume the coefficient of lift takes the form Where...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course AERO 16.01 taught by Professor Markdrela during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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P5 - (Note for a 5g turn the load factor n=5 is the acceleration perpendicular to the wing For n=1 L=W Assume all the maneuvers occur at an

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