# Assignment help 17751

E. Find the Ultimate Load Factor (ULF) based on your aircraft’s Positive Limiting Load Factor (LLF). (For the relationship between LLF and ULF, see book discussion p. 226 and Fig. 14.9):

F. Find the Positive Ultimate Limit Load [lbs] based on the ULF in E. above and the Gross Weight from 2.?

G. Explain how limit load factors change with changes in aircraft weight. Support your answer with formula work and/or calculation example.

H. What is the Maneuvering Speed [kts] for your aircraft?

I. At the Maneuvering Speed and associated load factor, find the Turn Radius ‘r’ [ft] and the Rate of Turn (ROT) [deg/s].

I) Use Eq. 14.3 to find bank angle ‘f’ for that load factor (i.e. G). (Remember to check       that your calculator is in the proper trigonometric mode when building the arccos).

II) With bank angle from I) above and maneuvering speed from H., use Eq. 14.15 to find turn radius ‘r’.

III) With bank angle from I) above and maneuvering speed from H., use Eq. 14.16 to find             ROT. (Make sure to use the formula that already utilizes speed in kts and gives results in             degree per second).

J. For your selected aircraft, describe the different features that are incorporated into the design to allow high-speed and/or supersonic flight. Explain how those design features enhance the high-speed performance, and name additional features not incorporated in your aircraft, but available to designers of supersonic aircraft.

K. Using Fig. 14.10 from Flight Theory and Aerodynamics, find the Bank Angle for a standard rate (3 deg/s) turn at your aircraft’s maneuvering speed. (This last assignment is again designed to review some of the diagram reading skills required for your final exam; therefor, please make sure to fully understand how to extract the correct information and review book, lecture, and/or tutorials as necessary. You can use the below diagram copy to visualize your solution path by adding the appropriate lines, either via electronic means, e.g. insert line feature in Word or Acrobat, or through printout, drawing, and scanning methods.)