2 edition of NASA rotor system research aircraft flight-test data report found in the catalog.
NASA rotor system research aircraft flight-test data report
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||R.E. Erickson ... [et al.]|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 85843|
|Contributions||Erickson, R. E, Ames Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
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Access to non-aircraft specific Facility Instruments can be obtained through the Science Operations Flight Request System. Funding for flight hours must be provided by either the requesting individual, or by prior arrangement with a NASA Program Manager. Instrument integration and cross-aircraft portability. Research with this aircraft, in conjunction with a number of related experiments on the new Six-Degree-of-Freedom hover simulator, contributed to the military flying qualities specification for V/STOL aircraft and played an important role in the control system development of the Hawker P, a British V/STOL tactical fighter that was.
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Get this from a library. NASA rotor system research aircraft flight-test data report: helicopter and compound configuration. [R E Erickson; Ames Research Center.;]. Simulation of the XV tilt rotor research aircraft The effective use of simulation from issuance of the request for proposal through conduct of a flight test program for the XV Tilt Rotor Research Aircraft is discussed.
From program inception, simulation complemented all phases of XV development. The initial simulation evaluations during the source evaluation board proceedings.
The Rotor Systems Research Aircraft was a unique vehicle created to test advanced helicopter rotors in flight. The idea was to provide a capability to more fully explore the in-flight performance of new main rotor designs prior to committing them to a prototype or production helicopter program.
The XV Tilt-Rotor wing has six major aeroelastic modes that are close in frequency. To precisely excite individual modes during flight test, dual flaperon exciters with automatic frequency. NASA Contractor Report Automated Flight Test Management System M.D. Hewett, D.M. Tartt, and A. Agarwal (NASA-CR) AUTOMATED FLIGHT TEST N MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Sparta) _0 p CSCL 01C Uncles G3/05 Contract NAS May NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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Current flight dynamics and controls research focuses on the handling qualities of large hovering rotorcraft, particularly of a large tiltrotor aircraft such as the Large Civil TiltRotor -2 (LCTR2).
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Other readers will always be. Extensive development was undertaken, starting with Lockheed performing analyses and testing a small demonstrator in the NASA Ames 40 × 80 wind tunnel. Sikorsky Aircraft later took over the program and made extensive modifications to the NASA rotor systems research aircraft (RSRA) to install a large X-Wing rotor for testing.
The RSRA was a unique pure research aircraft developed to fill the void between design analysis, wind tunnel testing, and flight results of rotor aircraft. The joint NASA/Army project began in Decemberfirst flight on Octo with the first of two aircraft arriving from Sikorsky to NASA.
The capability of NASA's flight-research testbed aircraft fleet will be enhanced through the upgrading of a supersonic cruise FXL to digital flight-control-system configuration. Two international cooperative programs will reach the flight-test stage.â Research described in the NASA task, if successful, would be highly unlikely to make a sig- nificant difference in a time frame of interest to users of the research results (e.g., because the level of effort is too low, or a different and more viable research approach should be selected, or most of the task is devoted to research goals.Cooperative work in VTOL and V/STOL studies led into additional exploratory and advanced research, with the Tilt-Rotor Research  Aircraft and the Rotor System Research Aircraft programs coming out of the first joint successes.
33 Eventually the Army's endorsement of Ames would help the center gain the lead role in NASA's helicopter research.