Accession Number : AD0429121
Title : MONITOR AIR FORCE ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS OF THE MODEL F-4C AIRPLANE.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : NAVAL AIR TEST CENTER PATUXENT RIVER MD
Report Date : 14 Jan 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 5
Abstract : U. S. Air Force environmental tests of the Model F-4C airplane in the Climatic Hangar were monitored. The airplane is a two place (tandem), supersonic, long range, all-weather fighter-bomber powered by two J79-GE-15 singlerotor, axial-flow, variable stator turbojet engines with afterburners. The airplane was tested by the Air Force under controlled environmental temperature conditions from 120 F down to and including -65 F. The airplane was positioned on jacks and tied down for high power engine operation. Functional tests of various systems were conducted at all test temperatures. JP-4 fuel was used throughout the tests. (Author)
Descriptors : *JET FIGHTERS , ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS , TURBOJET ENGINES , FUEL SYSTEMS , HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT , PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT , LANDING GEAR , JET ENGINE FUELS , AFTERBURNERS , CRYOGENICS , FAILURE(MECHANICS) , FAILURE , RADAR , TEST METHODS
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE