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Wichman KD et al., Nov-1996. High-Alpha Handling Qualities Flight Research on the NASA on the NASA F/A-18 High Alpha Research Vehicle, NASA Technical Memorandum 4773

Wichman KD et al., Nov-1996. High-Alpha Handling Qualities Flight Research on the NASA on the NASA F/A-18 High Alpha Research Vehicle, NASA Technical Memorandum 4773

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 NASA Technical Memorandum 4773
 High-Alpha HandlingQualities Flight Researchon the NASA F/A-18 High Alpha Research Vehicle
 Keith D. Wichman, Joseph W. Pahle, Catherine Bahm, John B. Davidson,Barton J. Bacon, Patrick C. Murphy, Aaron J. Ostroff, and Keith D. Hoffler
 November 1996
 
 National Aeronautics andSpace AdministrationOffice of ManagementScientific and TechnicalInformation Program
 1996
 NASA Technical Memorandum 4773
 High-Alpha HandlingQualities Flight Research onthe NASA F/A-18 High AlphaResearch Vehicle
 Keith D. Wichman, Joseph W. Pahle, and Catherine Bahm
  NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Edwards, California
 John B. Davidson, Barton J. Bacon, Patrick C. Murphy,and Aaron J. Ostroff 
  NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia
 Keith D. Hoffler
 ViGYAN, Inc. Hampton, Virginia
 
 HIGH-ALPHA HANDLING QUALITIES FLIGHT RESEARCHON THE NASA F/A-18 HIGH ALPHA RESEARCH VEHICLE
 Keith D. WichmanJoseph W. PahleCatherine BahmNASA Dryden Flight Research CenterEdwards, CAJohn B. DavidsonBarton J. BaconPatrick C. MurphyAaron J. Ostroff NASA Langley Research CenterHampton, VAKeith D. HofflerViGYAN, Inc.Hampton, VAABSTRACTA flight research study of high-angle-of-attack handling qualities has been conducted at theNASA Dryden Flight Research Center using the F/A-18 High Alpha Research Vehicle (HARV).The objectives were to create a high-angle-of-attack handling qualities flight database, developappropriate research evaluation maneuvers, and evaluate high-angle-of-attack handling qualitiesguidelines and criteria. Using linear and nonlinear simulations and flight research data, thepredictions from each criterion were compared with the pilot ratings and comments. Proposedhigh-angle-of-attack nonlinear design guidelines and proposed handling qualities criteria andguidelines developed using piloted simulation were considered. Recently formulated time-domainNeal-Smith guidelines were also considered for application to high-angle-of-attack maneuvering.Conventional envelope criteria were evaluated for possible extension to the high-angle-of-attack regime. Additionally, the maneuvers were studied as potential evaluation techniques, including alimited validation of the proposed standard evaluation maneuver set. This paper gives an overviewof these research objectives through examples and summarizes result highlights. The maneuverdevelopment is described briefly, the criteria evaluation is emphasized with example results given,and a brief discussion of the database form and content is presented.

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