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8M/40 kft, max power CONSTRAINT ANALYSIS 41 for fighter-type aircraft and engines. The variation of thrust with Mach number and density is shown in Fig. Elb that depicts the so-called engine thrust lapse of Eqs. 54b) for three typical values of the throttle ratio (TR). El. Reasonable estimates (see Figs. 5, say, at landing. The aerodynamic data of Fig. El a provide the initial estimates of CL max, K 1 , and CDO required by Eq. 1 lb) and its descendants. Please note that the AAF is at first assumed to have an uncambered airfoil, for which K2 = 0.
The selection of a thrust loading and wing loading from Fig. E2 is a compromise of many factors. For a given Wro, a low (Wro/S) value means large wing area while a high value of (TsJ Wro) results in a large thrust requirement. In addition, a low wing loading reduces the airplane riding qualities and range and can increase the aircraft radar cross section. We would prefer, therefore, relatively low thrust and high wing loadings. We might, based on the constraint diagram of Fig. 07. However, we must take into account all performance requirements as well as the takeoff ground roll drag in constructing the fighter's complete constraint diagram.
11) It should be clear that Eq. 11) will provide the desired relationships between TSL/WTO and Wro/S that become constraint diagram boundaries. It should also be evident that the general form of Eq. 11) is such that there is one value of CONSTRAINT ANALYSIS 25 WTo/S for which TSL/ WTO is minimized, as seen in Fig. 1. This important fact will be elaborated upon in the example cases that follow. Note: Lift-drag polar equation The conventional form of the lift-drag polar equation is 3 CD ~- Cnmin + K'C 2 + K ' ( C L - CLmin) 2 where K' is the inviscid drag due to lift (induced drag) and K" is the viscous drag due to lift (skin friction and pressure drag).