Accession Number:

AD0852800

Title:

Simulator Investigations of Supersonic Transport Operating Margins, Instrument Procedures, Handling Qualities, and Longitudinal Stability Requirements.

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Corporate Author:

NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION INC LOS ANGELES CA LOS ANGELES DIV

Report Date:

1967-03-01

Abstract:

The over-all purpose of the program is to investigate the problems of air-worthiness standards applied to the supersonic transport SST. The general objectives are 1 to identify any shortcomings of the operating margins criteria regarding inadvertent speed increases, 2 to evaluate instrument methods by which pilots can efficiently and safely follow Mach altitude climb and descent schedules, 3 to determine the limitations of the present static longitudinal requirements and certification test procedures, 4 to evaluate handling qualities parameters, and 5 to make recommendations for revisions to the present regulations. The program was performed on a moving-base transport simulator and on a fixed-base XB-70 simulator. The work was accomplished in six individual programs with five experienced test pilots participating. The flight envelope was from 0 to 80,000 feet altitude and from Mach 0.2 to 3.2. Several of the conclusions modify currently held concepts.

Descriptive Note:

Final rept.,

Pages:

0213

Contract Number:

FA-SS-66-2

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0.00MB

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