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Cairo University Faculty of Engineering Aerospace Department The use of neat sketches is appreciated

First Year Introduction to Aeronautics [AER 101B] Sheet (8) 2012-2013

I- Consider a light, single engine, propeller-driven, private airplane (designated as CP-1) having the following characteristics:  Gross weight (takeoff weight) 13122 N  Wing area 16 m2  Wing span 11 m  Fuel weight 1631 N  Power plant: one piston engine of 230 hp at sea level  Specific fuel consumption 2 N/(hp.h)  Parasite drag Coefficient (CDo) 0.025  Oswald efficiency factor (e) 0.8  Propeller efficiency 0.8  Maximum lift coefficient (flaps up) 1.4 II- Consider a turbojet-powered executive aircraft (designated as CJ-1) having the following characteristics:  Gross weight (takeoff weight) 88137 N  Wing area 30 m2  Wing span 16 m  Fuel weight 28072 N  Power plant: two turbojet engines of 16235 N thrust each at sea level  Specific fuel consumption 2.7 N of fuel /(N Thrust.h)  Parasite drag Coefficient (CDo) 0.02  Oswald efficiency factor (e) 0.81  Maximum lift coefficient (flaps up) 1.4

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Calculate the absolute and service ceilings for the CJ-1. 8. 4. 3. and b) The CJ-1 at 6700 m c) Compare the maximum velocities of CJ-1 at sea level (from problem 2) and at 6700 m. 11. solve the following problems: 1. and b) The CJ-1 at an altitude of 6700 m. 12. Galal B. 9. Calculate and plot the thrust-required curves at sea level for both CP-1 & CJ-1 2. Calculate the minimum glide angle and the maximum range measured along the ground in a power-off glide that starts at an altitude of 3000 m a) The Cp-1 and b) The CJ-1 10. Calculate & plot the rate of climb versus velocity at sea level for: a) The CP-1 and b) The CJ-1. 5. Estimate the maximum range and maximum endurance for the CP-1. Calculate the maximum velocity for: a) The CP-1 at sea-level. Calculate the minimum time for CJ-1 to climb from sea-level to the altitude of 6000 m. 7. 13. Calculate the maximum angle of climb at sea-level for the CJ-1. Calculate the minimum velocity for CP-1 and CJ-1 at sea level 6. Estimate the maximum range and endurance for the CJ-1 at the cruising altitude of 6000 m. Calculate the maximum velocity of the CJ-1 at sea level.For both CP-1 and CJ-1 aircrafts. Dr. Calculate the maximum rate of climb at sea level for: a) The CP-1 and b) The CJ-1. calculate the equilibrium velocities at altitudes of 3000 m and 600 m. Calculate and plot the power-required curves for: a) The CP-1 at sea level. Prof. 14. each corresponding to the minimum glide angle. For the CP-1. Salem 2 .