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Rotor systems research aircraft airplane configuration flight-test results Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report presents a summary of the flight-test results obtained from the Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA, NASA ) flight development program for the fixed-wing configuration. The report covers the maintenance check flight of the RSRA on Decem ; the compound-configuration ferry flight of aircraft from Moffett Field.

The fixed-wing, airplane configuration flight-test results of the Rotor System Research Aircraft (RSRA), NASAat Ames/Dryden Flight Research Center are documented. Rotor systems research aircraft airplane configuration flight-test results.

The Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA) has been undergoing ground and flight tests by Ames Research Center since lateprimarily as a compound aircraft. The purpose was to train pilots and to check out and develop the design flight envelope established by Author: R. Erickson and W. Painter.

Rotor systems research aircraft airplane configuration flight-test results. The rotor systems research aircraft (RSRA) has undergone ground and flight tests, primarily as a compound aircraft.

The purpose was to train pilots and to check out and develop the design flight envelope. The preparation and flight test of the RSRA in the airplane Author: R.

Erickson and W. Painter. The fixed-wing, airplane configuration flight-test results of the Rotor System Research Aircraft (RSRA), NASAat Ames/Dryden Flight Research Center are documented. Fourteen taxi and flight tests were performed from December to October This was the first time the RSRA was flown with the main rotor removed; the tail rotor was.

The rotor systems research aircraft (RSRA) has undergone ground and flight tests, primarily as a compound aircraft. The purpose was to train pilots and to check out and develop the design flight envelope.

The preparation and flight test of the RSRA in the airplane, or fixed-wind, configuration are reviewed and the test results are discussed. This report presents a summary of flight-test results obtained from the Rotor System Research Aircraft (RSRA-A/C ) in the compound configuration.

The report covers the period from June to Augustduring which time 18 test flights were flown and 17 hr i0 min of flight time File Size: 6MB. The Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA) has been undergoing ground and flight tests by Ames Research Center since lateprimarily as a compound aircraft.

The purpose was to train pilots and to check out and develop the design flight envelope established by the Sikorsky Aircraft Company. This paper reviews the preparation and flight test of the RSRA in the airplane, or fixed-wing Author: W.

Painter, R. Erickson. The fixed-wing, airplane configuration flight-test results of the Rotor System Research Aircraft (RSRA), NASAat Ames/Dryden Flight Research Center are documented. Fourteen taxi and flight tests were performed from December to October This was the first time the RSRA was flown with the main rotor removed; the tail rotor was : R.

Erickson, J. Cross, R. Kufeld, C. Acree, D. Nguyen, R. Hodge. The Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (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 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. Prior to the initiation of the RSRA program, new rotor configurations could only be tested in full scale on.

This paper presents the control system design process of a novel tilt-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle (TRUAV). First, a new configuration scheme with the tilting rotors is designed.

Then, the detailed nonlinear mathematical model is established, and the parameters are acquired from designed experiments and numerical analyses. For control design purposes, the dynamics equation is linearized Author: Zaibin Chen, Hongguang Jia.

Get this from a library. Rotor systems research aircraft airplane configuration flight-test results. [W D Painter; R E Erickson; Dryden Flight Research Facility.]. COVID Resources.

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The Rotor System Pcsearch Aircraft (RSRA) is a unique research aircraft designed to flight test advanced helicopter rotor systems. Its principal flight test configuration is as a compound helicopter.

The fixed wing cor?iguration of the RSRA was primarily considered an emergency fly-home mode in the event it become necessary to sever an unstable rotor system in flight. While it had File Size: KB. A Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA) underwent limited ground and flight tests at the Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, in spring of The purpose of the tests were to train pilots and to verify and develop the design flight envelope established by the Sikorsky Aircraft.

Get this from a library. NASA rotor system research aircraft flight-test data report: helicopter and compound configuration. [R E Erickson; Ames Research Center.;]. The Rotor Systems Research Aircraft (RSRA)l,t was designed as a pure research aircraft and dedi­ cated rotor test vehicle whose function is to fill the void between design analysis, wind tunnel testing, and flight results.

The RSRA program Iw wing incidence angle Hd density altitude G.W. gross weight CnB yawing moment due to sideslip. ROTOR SYSTEMS RESEARCH AIRCRAFT AIRPLANE CONFIGURATION FLIGHT-TEST RESULTS, Technical Memorandum Authors: W. Painter Report Number: NASA-TM Performing Organization: NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA Availability: Format(s) on-line: PDF Report Date: October No.

Pages: The flight test results of the small scaled tilt rotor aircraft using an automatic tilt control is described in this paper and the solutions of the problems noticed in the flight test are by:.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA A special configuration of this type of vehicle is the tilt-rotor aircraft [5], which is a multibody, highly-coupled underactuated mechanical system. In this configuration, the UAV can hover and.Full text of "A Flight Study of the Dynamic Stability of a Tilting-Rotor Convertiplane" See other formats f 00 ROTOR CONVERTIPLANE By Hervey C.

Quigley and David G. Koenig Ames Research Center Moffett Field, Calif. NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION .