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TAKE-OFF DISTANCES OF A SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT CONFIGURATION AS AFFECTED BY AIRPLANE ROTATION DURING THE TAKE-OFF RUN
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON D C
An analytical study has been made to determine the effects of rotation speed, rotation angle, and rotation time on the take-off distance of a supersonic transport configuration. The takeoff distances were also determined at various rotation speeds to show the effects of such configuration changes as wing loading, maximum lift coefficient, thrust-weight ratio, and induced drag. Author