By John H Blacelock
This is often not at all my favourite ebook on dynamics or keep an eye on, yet all people references it, so that you should still most likely have a duplicate of it if you are a significant aeronautics assistance and keep watch over expert.
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1 aF" 1 aF". 8=Sq aa Sq a8 Sq a8 Sq (1-46) where F" is an applied aerodynamic force of unspecified origin to be explainedGin Section 1-7. pU 2 , the dynamic pressure in lb/sqft, and p is the air density: Substitut- t 22 LONGITUDINAL DYNAMICS ing for iJFx/iJ8 from Eq. 1-40 and multiplying and dividing the fourth and sixth terms by c /2U, where c is the mean aerodynamic chord (see Appendix D), Eq. 1-46 becomes mU,u Sq _!!... iJFx,u _ ~ iJFx'a _ ~ (~) (2U) iJFx'li Sq iJu mg + Sq Sq iJa 2U Sq c iJli c ( 1 ) ( 2U ) iJFx.
If it is necessary to study the effect of the operation of the gear, flaps, or other force or moment producing devices, this can best be done by simulation on an analog computer. In Section 1-8 a particular aircraft is studied, and the equations of motions solved. 1-8 SOLUTION OF THE LONGITUDINAL EQUATIONS (STICK FIXED) In solving the equations of motion it is first necessary to obtain the transient solution, which is obtained from the homogeneous equations, that is, with no external inputs: Cm = CF = CF = O.
Thus ex. and ex are usually negligible and are neglected in the following pages~ The de;ivation of the equations for the rest of the stability derivatives follows. ex is the change in the force in the X direction due to a change in the forward velocity. The force in the X direction, when the aircraft is in equilibrium flight with Wo = 0, depends on the thrust and the drag. The thrust vector may not be aligned with the velocity vector of the aircraft, but the angle between these two vectors normally is small.