A flight dynamics course based on MATLAB computer by L. Johansson

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By L. Johansson

Airplane layout three (2000) 249 - 259

In this paper the adventure of the writer in working a flight dynamics direction with MATLAB computer
assignments as a wide a part of the path and the only real technique of evaluation is mentioned.

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Rapid loading was ensured by an extension of the catapult which permitted preloading. The machine was to be launched at an angle of 25° to the horizontal, and with 30g initial acceleration, reach a speed of 250ft/sec after a run of 35ft. After launch, the flight path elevation decreased as the aircraft accelerated, with locked elevators. The elevators were freed 12 seconds after launch, and actuated by a piston that was controlled by measured dynamic pressure. The aircraft then climbed at a constant indicated airspeed (IAS) to 50,000ft in the first 100 miles of flight.

It was only when I backed into the first parking space near the main entrance that through the rear window, I saw the name plate growing as it came into view. R. Edwards; fortunately I had done enough homework to realise this was our already famous chief designer’s parking spot. Quickly, I found another parking space. The first year at Weybridge was spent riveting, fitting, hammering and getting other factory experience with Valettas, Varsities and Viscounts in the factory, at the grand starting salary of £6 9s 8 1/4d for a 48-hour week, while I also got a first-hand view of the Valiant V-bomber prototype being tested.

When after a few weeks he had licked my report writing into shape, one day Mac announced, ‘John, I want you to train up for flying with Blue Boar in the Canberra’. He wanted me to fly in the Canberra? With racing heart, I could think of nothing I wanted more. Besides being kitted out with flying suit, leather helmet with oxygen mask, pressure breathing waistcoat and goggles, I was soon despatched to the School of Aviation Medicine at Farnborough for a medical examination and to experience the ejector seat.

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