Accession Number : AD0608601

Title :   PILOTING PECULIARITIES OF JET AIRCRAFT,

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Gallai,M. L.

Report Date : 22 SEP 1964

Pagination or Media Count : 197

Abstract : Examined in detail are such questions of aerodynamics which are necessary for understanding the peculiarities of piloting jet aircraft, but which exceed the bounds of the normal course in theory of flight received in flying schools, DOSAAF schools, and the Civil Air Fleet. Material contained in the book is applicable to subsonic jet aircraft with turbojet motors (turbojet engine) used in DOSAAF and the Civil Air Fleet, such as the MIG-15, Tu-104, etc. Digressions deal with the peculiarities of supersonic jet aircraft. Aircraft having related types of motors (for example, turboprop engines) are also discussed.

Descriptors :   (*JET AIRCRAFT, AERONAUTICS), (*AERONAUTICS, JET AIRCRAFT), FLIGHT, AERODYNAMIC CONFIGURATIONS, AIRCRAFT, TAKEOFF, LANDING, CLIMBING, ACCELERATION, FLIGHT SPEEDS, HIGH ALTITUDE, PILOTS, TURBOPROP ENGINES, TURBOJET ENGINES, EQUATIONS, USSR

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE