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Evaluation of four advanced nozzle concepts for short takeoff and landing
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, National Technical Information Service, distributor] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
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|Statement||P. Frank Quinto, Guy T. Kemmerly, and John W. Paulson, Jr.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 3314.|
|Contributions||Kemmerly, Guy T., Paulson, John W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Nozzle Concepts The four nozzle concepts tested were (1) an axi-symmetric nozzle, (2) an asymmetric, load-balanced exhaust nozzle, (3) a lwo aspect ratio, single expan-sion ramp nozzle, and (4) a high aspect ratio, sin-gle expansion ramp nozzle.
Each nozzle concept was tested with an area ratio A t =A e appropriate for dry pwoer and afterburning pwoer. Four advanced nozzle concepts were tested on a canard-wing fighter in the Langley by Foot Subsonic Tunnel.
The four vectoring-nozzle concepts were (1) an axisymmetric nozzle (AXI), (2) an asymmetric, load-balanced exhaust nozzle (ALBEN), (3) a low aspect ratio, single expansion ramp nozzle (LASERN), and (4) a high aspect ratio, single expansion ramp nozzle (HASERN). TITLE AND SUBTITLE Evaluation of Four Advanced Nozzle Concepts for Short Takeo and Landing Performance 6.
AUTHOR(S) P. Frank Quinto, Guy T. Kemmerly, and John W. Paulson, Jr. Get this from a library. Evaluation of four advanced nozzle concepts for short takeoff and landing.
[P Frank Quinto; Guy T Kemmerly; John W Paulson; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.]. Four advanced nozzle concepts were tested on a canard-wing fighter in the Langley by Foot Subsonic Tunnel. The four vectoring-nozzle concepts were as follows: (1) an axisymmetric nozzle (AXI); (2) an asymmetric, load balanced exhaust nozzle (ALBEN); (3) a low aspect ratio, single expansion ramp nozzle (LASERN); and (4) a high aspect ratio, single expansion ramp nozzle.
ICAS CONGRESS Abstract. The development of the baseline configuration, the design synthesis and the optimization of the baseline configuration of an advanced short take-off and vertical landing (ASTOVL) combat aircraft are presented.
The evaluated baseline configuration is an advanced technology, supersonic STOVL combat aircraft design with an internal weapon bay and powered by a military turbofan with a remote lift system (RLS) for landing.
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32 Twin-spool front fan turbo-jet (high by-pass ratio) Take-off thrust of 11 daN The CFM jet engine (Airbus A, A ) Example of analysis. 33File Size: 1MB. The project eventually became a combined US and UK study called ASTOVL, for Advanced Short Take-Off/Vertical Landing. The simplest technique explored by ASTOVL was the addition of plenum chamber burning to each of the Harrier's four rotating nozzles.
This led to the first VTOL engines as used in the first British VTOL aircraft, the Short SC.1 (), Short Brothers and Harland, Belfast which used four vertical lift engines with a horizontal one for forward thrust. The Short SC.1 a VTOL delta aircraft. The Short SC.1 was the first British fixed-wing VTOL aircraft.
Bythe Air Force and the U.S. Army were looking at a mix of at least two new vertical- and short-takeoff and landing capable aircraft programs, known as the Advanced Mobility Concept (AMC-X. The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval short take-off and vertical landing/vertical take-off and landing jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft; the second member of the Harrier Jump Jet family developed.
It first entered service with the Royal Navy in April as the Sea Harrier FRS1 and became informally known as the "Shar". Unusual in an era in which most naval and land Manufacturer: Hawker Siddeley, British Aerospace.
supersonic speeds. Special drag prediction problems peculiar to short take-off and landing (STOL) designs, such as jet flap thrust recovery, and energy efficient aircraft concepts, for example laminar flow control, are beyond the scope of this chapter; as are drag due to speed brakes and fighter aircraftCited by: 4.
A rotating cascade of vanes is used in each nozzle to vector the thrust from a horizontal direction for high-speed flight to a vertical direction for hovering and vertical takeoff and landing.
Intermediate positions are used for short takeoff and landing (STOL) and  for maneuvering in combat situations. (This latter technique is referred. Introduction to the Finite Element Method (FEM).
Estimation of aircraft weights and mass moments using statistical models and corrections for advanced materials. LECTURE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS: Performance analysis methods for level flight, climb, glide, takeoff, landing, and maneuver.Program origins.
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One progenitor program was the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Advanced Short Take-Off/Vertical Landing (ASTOVL) which ran from to ; ASTOVL aimed to develop a Harrier Jump Jet replacement Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.
Two-dimensional (variable pitch and thrust-reversible) nozzles were flown on the F S/MTD (Short Take-Off and Landing/Maneuver Technology Demonstrator) to study how vectoring might improve airfield capability and flight maneuverability.