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5008 with a = t~dry as a function of TR from Eq. 502 As shown in Fig. E2, this constraint boundary places a lower limit on the allowable wing loading and, together with the takeoff constraint boundary, encloses the "solution space" of allowable combinations of thrust and wing loadings that satisfy the two performance requirements considered here. The main consequence of increased throttle ratio, as expected, is to reduce TsL/Wro by sustaining thrust to higher values of M0 and 00 (see Fig. Elb).
10 Case 10: Carrier Takeoff Given: n = 1 (L = W), Vro, dV/dt, CL m a x , kTo, 1~, and the values of h and a. Solving Eq. 1 and of Ve,d is 120 kn (nautical miles per hour). Wind-over-deck can be 20 to 40 kn, but design specifications may require launch with zero wind-over-deck or even a negative value to ensure launch at anchor. This constraint boundary is simply a vertical line on a plot of thrust loading vs wing loading with the minimum thrust loading given, as already seen in Eq. 47) where or, K1, KE, and Coo are evaluated at static conditions.
2 , , , , I , , , 200 (lbf/ft 2) Thrust loading vs wing loading--cargo and passenger aircraft. 20 ' 20 I I 40 60 I ~ J 80 W /S TO I 100 ~ ~ ~ I i 120 ~ 140 (lbflft2) Fig. 3 Thrust loading vs wing loading--fighter aircraft. 1-2 arenas. Where do you think the location would be for the AAF, supersonic business jet, GRA, and UAV? 2 Design Tools A "master equation" for the flight performance of aircraft in terms of takeoff thrust loading (TsL/Wro) and wing loading (Wro/S) can be derived directly from force considerations.