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Comparison of three thrust calculation methods using in-flight thrust data

Donald L. Hughes

Comparison of three thrust calculation methods using in-flight thrust data

by Donald L. Hughes

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airplanes -- Motors -- Thrust.,
  • Airplanes -- Flight testing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald L. Hughes.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 81360.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch., Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17798835M

      Static Thrust Calculator Estimate Propeller's Static Thrust As an example I use APC-TE 15 6 prop, RPM, kv. WebOcalc says that thrust is g, two others kg and grams. If I calculate RPM in this calculator and use it in calcalators 2 and 3 then results differ even more. Why do I get so different results and which of this calculators shoud I trust? In steady level flight we also have T = D, in which case the thrust and the propulsive thrust power can then be given as follows. T = D = 1 2 ρV2 S C D = W CD CL (9) Pprop = TV = DV = 1 2 ρV3 S C D = 2W3 ρS!1/2 C D C3/2 L (10) In the level-flight case we can also express the thrust .

    THRUST DATA FOR PERFORMANCE CALCULATIONS Figure D.4 Pratt and Whitney TF Turbofan Engine the take-off portion of flight (see TF and JT9D data). At higher speeds, another correlation that has been used is T (1 cM) (D.4) T o where, typically, c Specific fuel consumption varies with both altitude and velocity and.   Thrust-to-weight ratio is a dimensionless ratio of thrust to weight of a rocket, jet engine, propeller engine, or a vehicle propelled by such an engine that indicates the performance of the engine.

    magnitude of the thrust force generated by the Pipe Thruster is an important topic of the design of a Direct Pipe project [2]. The predicted thrust force (by calculation) and the comparison of the force with the capacity of the Pipe Thruster, should be one of the engineering works carried out before the installation of the pipeline.   For instance most fighter have a better than thrust to weight ratio, meaning they can accelerate vertically (at least at their lighter weights). But using your own numbers, the F1's engine puts out roughly 3 1/2 times the horsepower as what it weighs. The .


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Comparison of three thrust calculation methods using in-flight thrust data by Donald L. Hughes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Comparison of Three Thrust Calculation Methods Using In-Flight Thrust Da ta Author: Donald L. Hughes Subject: NASA TM Keywords: Thrust calculations, In-flight thrust Created Date: 8/21/ AM.

existed to compare the characteristics of three methods for calculating engine gross thrust. The three methods were: (1) the gas generator method (GGM, ref. i), (2) the mass momentum method (MMM, ref. 2), and (3) the simplified gross thrust method (SGTM, refs. 3 and 4). The GGM was used as a baseline for the comparisons in this report, since it wasFile Size: 1MB.

The values of total aircraft gross thrust calculated by the three methods for cruise flight conditions agreed within + or - 3 percent. The disagreement in the values of thrust calculated by the different techniques manifested itself as a bias in the data.

There was little scatter ( percent) for the thrust levels examined in flight. Comparison of three thrust calculation methods using in-flight thrust data / By Donald L.

(Donald Lee) Hughes, Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center. and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The aircraft polar must be determined with high degree of accuracy in order to derive the data related to the aircraft performance.

At level and constant speed flight, thrust equals drag. Methods for calculating thrust, and therefore drag, are : José Ricardo P.

Negrão, Rodrigo E. Fanton, Rodrigo Paulo de La Fuente, João Roberto Barbosa. MEASUREMENT OF NET THRUST IN FLIGHT. DAVISON; Testing of Manned Flight Systems Conference August Net thrust calculation sensitivity of an afterburning turbofan engine to variations in input parameters.

Comparison of Stream Thrust Measurement Methods of a Supersonic Wind Tunnel. IN-FLIGHT THRUST DETERMINATION BY LOAD MEASUREMENT ON THE ENGINE MOUNTING SYSTEM H. Muhammad, Muhardi, W. Kuntjoro and B.E.

Sritjahjono Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics Institute of Technology Bandung Indonesia Abstract In-flight thrust measurement is of much interest as it allows, in principle, to verify the specified. Real Time In-flight Thrust Calculation Thrust DFRF Airframe 7 M PO PTINF lT0 ALT -D Gas Generator Method ‘WG.5 TT6 ’ WFT PTGM I Afterburner duct total pressure AJ loss.

PT7: GAMA, TT7 and WG7 calculation: and afterburner fuel+aair ratio 1. The averaged thrust data as a function of frequency is presented in Fig. Two sets of thrust data are given: thrust data from the force transducer and thrust data from the impulse thrust measurement system.

As expected, the thrust data obtained by the two methods. conservation, and will be used in mass flow and gross thrust calculation. In-flight thrust estimation requires a refined plan, an accurate and expensive instrumentation, nozzle model calibration, real engine calibration on GLTF, FTB, ATF, several hours of expensive flights and.

Four thrust calculation methods were used to demonstrate and validate the test technique. Flight test applications on two high-performance aircraft confirmed the test methods as valid and accurate.

These maneuvers and analysis tech-niques were easy to implement and use. Flight test results indicate the analysis techniques can identify the combined. Comparison of Eqs. and shows that the accuracy of the single pitot method in measuring thrust in flight depends on the inherent assumptions that the final nozzle total pressure distribution, static pressure, and static pressure distribution at a given value of ^ / ^ is the same on the test bed and in flight.

Get this from a library. Comparison of three thrust calculation methods using in-flight thrust data. [Donald L Hughes; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Scientific and Technical Information Branch.; Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center.]. During constant level flight speed, the thrust force is equal and opposite to drag. In order to get reasonable climb and acceleration capabilities, the Static Thrust should be at least about 1/3 of the planes' weight.

A static thrust to weight ratio greater than is needed in order to the plane be able to takeoff from the ground. Thrust is the force which moves an aircraft through the air. Thrust is generated by the propulsion system of the airplane. How is thrust generated.

Thrust is a mechanical force which is generated through the reaction of accelerating a mass of gas, as explained by Newton's third law of motion. A gas or working fluid is accelerated to the rear and the engine and aircraft are accelerated in.

Radial and axial thrust in centrifugal pump and Methods use to balance them eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THE can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader. (An eBook reader can be a software application for use on a computer such as Microsoft's free Reader application, or a book-sized.

Hoff J.C., Barbarose J.R. Application of a Stochastic In-Flight Thrust Determination Process to Real Engine Data, 3rd CTA DLR Workshop on Data Analysis and Flight Control (S.J. Campos, Brasil. 9. To calculate the resultant thrust for a particular flow section it is necessary to calculate the total thrust at both inlet and outlet, the resultant thrust being the difference between the two values obtained.

Calculation of the thrust is achieved using the following formula: Where A = Area of flow section in Recent Motor Additions. E-flite Park Kv eflm ; E-flite Park Kv eflm ; E-flite Park Kv eflm; E-flite Park kV EFLM Thrust is a reaction force described quantitatively by Newton's third law.

When a system expels or accelerates mass in one direction, the accelerated mass will cause a force of equal magnitude but opposite direction on that system. The force applied on a surface in a direction perpendicular or normal to the surface is also called thrust.

Force, and thus thrust, is measured using the International System. There are four forces that act on an aircraft in flight: lift, weight, thrust, and drag. Forces are vector quantities having both a magnitude and a direction.

The motion of the aircraft through the air depends on the relative magnitude and direction of the various forces. The weight of an airplane is determined by the size and materials used in the airplane's construction and on the payload.

But still I'd keep that factor above, because it will give a safety margin to the calculation of the thrust. To obtain thrust given by the prop, divide PE by Vp: T = PE / Vp.

This will be the available thrust in Newtons, for that speed and engine power. I'm using all SI units, to avoid errors related to inconsistant units.

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