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High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners

Peter K. C. Rudolph

High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners

by Peter K. C. Rudolph

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aeronautics, Commercial.,
  • Airplanes -- Design and construction.,
  • Lift (Aerodynamics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter K.C. Rudolph.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 4746, NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-4746.
    ContributionsAmes Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 155 p. :
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19287956M

    Part of work on CFD simulations by the high-lift system design team in Fudan university for large civil aircraft is presented. The research on CFD simulation of the high-lift systems and some concepts and experience in three-dimensional geometry modeling are also presented, which are done on the self-developed platform of high-lift device aerodynamic calculation software and : Gang Sun, Kang Le Xu, Ying Chun Chen.   But this proved to be a huge technical challenge, as airliners like the Boeing were already flying near the limit of subsonic speeds. Between subsonic and .

    (). High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners. (). Introduction to the Physics and Simulation of Turbulence, Introduction to the Modeling of Turbulence. Vol. (). Life-enhancing Tabs on Multi-element Airfoils, ().Author: Li Fang. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 2, results for Books: .

    High-Lift Aerodynamics from the Virginia Tech Aircraft Design Information Sources pages. L. B. Gratzer, “Analysis of Transport Applications for High-Lift Schemes,” AGARD LS, This is a very good presentation of high lift system design within the context of the entire airplane design process. The propeller is one of the most efficient sources of thrust available and is common on subsonic aeroplanes and airships. Sometimes it is enclosed in the form of a ducted fan. At higher subsonic speeds and at high altitudes, such as attained by most airliners, the high-bypass turbofan .


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High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners by Peter K. C. Rudolph Download PDF EPUB FB2

Boeing Conceptual Studies for Improved High-Lift Systems Economics of High-Lift Systems Drive for the Single-Slotted Flap and Design for Growth Recommendations for Future Development high lift systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners.

NASA Report [Loose Leaf Facsimile from Original]. Ships Priority Book on 24# (HEAVY) : Peter K C Rudolph. High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners Peter K. Rudolph* Ames Research Center Introduction The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their speed ratios between.

High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners. The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners book ratios between cruise and low speed (takeoff and landing) were about However, even in those days the benefit of high-lift devices was recognized.

High lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners. Ames Research Center. Introduction. The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their speed ratios between cruise and low speed (takeoff and landing) were about High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners [microform] / Peter K.C.

Rudolph National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center ; National Technical Information Service, distributor Moffett Field, Calif.: [Springfield, Va Australian/Harvard Citation.

Rudolph, Peter K. & Ames Research Center. High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners. By Peter K. Rudolph. Abstract. The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their speed ratios between cruise and low speed (takeoff and landing) were about Author: Peter K.

Rudolph. This chapter also described the high-lift systems (flaps and slats) that have been used to increase lift during both takeoff and landing. These high-lift systems became a necessity as aircraft and wing designs were optimized for the cruise phase of commercial : Thomas Filburn.

The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their speed ratios between cruise and low speed (takeoff and landing) were.

[10] Rudolph P. C., “ High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners,” NASA CR, Google Scholar [11] Geyr H. Frhr. v., Schade N., Burg J. d., Eliasson P. and Esquieu S., “ CFD Prediction of Maximum Lift Effects on Realistic High-Lift-Commercial-Aircraft-Configuration Within the European Project Eurolift II Cited by: 1.

This is facilitated by high lift systems on the wing. Subsection will show what types of high lift system are used and the characteristics of the different versions. Subsection deals with the approximate calculation of the maximum lift coefficients from the geometrical parameters, which are assumed to be known, of the high lift Size: 1MB.

References (1) Rudolph PK.C., High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners, NASA Contractor Report, Sep. About the author: Peter Thiede is Senior RTD Project Manager at the Flight Physics and Flight Test Center of EADS Airbus GmbH in Bremen and Lecturer at the Technical University BerIinFlight Physics and Flight Test Centre Cited by: Rudolph P., High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners, NASA-CRSept.

Google Scholar [3] Reckzeh D., Rechenverfahren für den Entwurfsprozess von Hochauftriebskonfigurationen, DGLR-JahrestagungDGLR-JT98– Google ScholarCited by: 2. But for the China Airlines SP, the SP book only says that the plane went 'nearly supersonic'.

in which he states the Pan Am Boeing reached "a speed record that has not been exceeded successfully by another subsonic airliner" is not so. On AugDouglas DC-8, NZ, was flown to a true mach of at a pressure. A supersonic transport (SST) is a civilian supersonic aircraft designed to transport passengers at speeds greater than the speed of date, the only SSTs to see regular service have been Concorde and the Tupolev TuThe last passenger flight of the Tu was in June and it was last flown in by de's last commercial flight was in Octoberwith a November   [4] Rudolph P.

C., “ High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners,” NASA CRSept. Google Scholar [5] Hassan A. A., “ Improving Flap Aerodynamics Using Oscillatory Jet Control,” AIAA PaperLink Google Scholar [6] Wygnanski by: Get this from a library.

High-lift systems on commercial subsonic airliners. [Peter K C Rudolph; Ames Research Center.]. Airplane flight control surfaces for both general aviation and heavy airliners including high-lift devices part 1 of 2.

High-Performance High-Lift Design for Laminar Wings. Jochen WILD. high-lift system, especially at the leading edge, has to be found. Such a system has to High-Lift Systems on Commercial Subsonic Airliners, NASA-CR (). [2] J. Wild, J. Brezillon, O. Amoignon, J. Quest, F. Moens and D. Quagliarella: Advanced design by File Size: KB.

At the typical airliner cruising altitude it hovers around mph. Your typical airliner's cruising speed is mph. There are of course a number of other documented incidents of subsonic airliners going supersonic but they are omitted in the interest of good taste, for what should be obvious reasons.

On we go. Douglas DC-8 Test Flight. aerodynamic design of multi-element high-lift systems for transport airplanes,” in Progress in Aerospace Sciences, Vol. 38, electronic version available through the library See also: P. Rudolph, “High-Lift Systems on Commercial Airliners,” NASA CR September And the Journal of Aircraft, July-August Special File Size: 2MB.

A high lift control system is designed based on the control requirements of the leading edge flap and the trailing edge slat in the process of an aircraft take-off, landing and airdropping.

The system provides fly-by-wire control, system protection and built in test function. A differential speed reducer is designed based on converse thinking, and thus solve the synthesis problem of double. See for a technical comparisson of High lift systems on Commercial Subsonic aircraft (): Not sure about other airlines, but we always did no-pack takeoffs in our 40 or so classics back in the days.

Slat Retraction On 's # BY BoeingGuy - Wed pm - .The early breed of slow commercial airliners did not require high-lift systems because their wing loadings were low and their speed ratios between cruise and low speed (takeoff and landing) were about