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Copyright 1985-89 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print, 1985, 1989

(Revised June 11, 1997)

page 51,

Eqn. (2.9) units for cP= (lbs/hr)/hp

page 61, Table 2.19 Take-off and Landing: groundrun of less than 2,400 ft.

D = WPL + WCREW + Wpexp 6

Where Wpexp is the weight of the expended payload.

(i.e., Missles, bombs, etc.)

max TO

PA

RCh = RC0 1 − h / habs 6

−1

T L 2 T −2

page 152, Eqn. (3.38) sinγ = P − Pdl − Pdl + 1 +

2

W dl D W

page 186, Section 3.7.4.2

line 3 ...groundrun as < 2,400 ft.

= 4,500 ft.

> 0

VA = 21,200 1.3 /1.2 5C

2 1/2

= 158 kts should be

VA = :25,000?

1/2

= 158 kts

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1985-89 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print, 1985, 1989

(Revised June 11, 1997)

page 102, Step 3.1, 2nd line ...falls into one of the eight catagories...

page 170,

Eqn (7.8) and (7.11-18) Cl should be cl

pages 176 to 185 The example problems of Section 7.2 are incorrect. The K Λ factor

was multiplied instead of divided to yield the Clmax values for Step

7.4 of 7.2.1, 7.2.2, and 7.2.3. Each example will be addressed

below.

Take-off flaps Landing flaps

Swf

0.3 0.6 0.3 0.6

S

∆Cl max 0.58 0.29 2.32 1.16

Z fh

Zfh should be .

c

For Step 7.5, the referenced equations and figures are wrong:

Eqn. (7.14) should be Eqn. (7.15).

Eqn. (7.13) should be Eqn. (7.14).

Figure 7.7 should be Figure 7.8.

Figure 7.3b should be Figure 7.4.

Eqn. (7.10) should be Eqn. (7.11).

Section 7.2.2 Jet Transport

The results of step 7.4 should be:

Take-off flaps Landing flaps

Swf

0.6 0.8 0.6 0.8

S

∆Cl max 3.00 2.24 3.84 2.88

For Step 7.5, the referenced equations and figures are wrong:

Eqn. (7.10) should be Eqn. (7.11)

Figure 7.3b should be Figure 7.4

Take-off flaps

Swf

0.4 0.8 1.0

S

∆Cl max 4.00 2.000 1.60

is left to the reader to complete the sample problems using the

correct results of Step 7.4. The summary and referenced drawings

of Step 7.6 may change due to these corrections.

page 267

Eqn (11.13) N D = 0 .75 N tcrit should be N D = 0 .25 N tcrit

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1986-89 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print, 1986, 1989

(Revised March 15, 1999)

page 194, 8th line from top replace “stability” with “Stability”.

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1986-89 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print, 1986, 1989

(Revised December 14, 1999)

page 54, Table 2.18 For fighters and trainers, the details are in Figure 2.26, not Figure

2.25.

page 380, 7th line from top replace “is” with “are”

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1985-89 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print: 1985, 1989

(Revised December 14, 1999)

page 34, Eqn (4.13)

page 61, under Step 6 nult = 7.33 should read nlim = 7.33

page 71

Eqn (5.12) 57.5 should be 174.04

Replace exponent 1.249 with 0.1249

page 72

6th line replace ‘ib’ with ‘in’

page 72 - 74 All comments about the canard weight should reference 5.2.1.1.

page 74

Eqn (5.19) Replace 1 / 2 H by Λ 1/2 H

Eqn (5.20)

(

Wv = K v Sv 3.81 Sv0.2VD ) (1000 )

cos Λ c 2 − 0.287

v

Replace 1 / 2 V by Λ 1/2 V

0.692

Pmax

0.374

l f −n

0.590

page 76

Eqn (5.24) Npax is the number of passengers including the pilot.

page 77, Eqn (5.27) lh = distance from wing root c/4 to horizontal tail root c/4 in ft

page 79

2nd line Eliminate and replace by “PTO = Take-off power in HP”

page 81

( nult .l )0.950 (lsm )

0.183

Wg = 0.013WTO + 0.362 (WL )

0.417

+ 6.2 +

Eqn (5.38)

(nult .l ) (lsn )

0.788

+ 0.0013WTO + 0.007157 (WL )

0.749

page 85

Section 6.1.2, 9th line Should read: Equations (6.4) and (6.6) may also be used...

page 90, Eqn (6.14) Method assumes that the number of engines equals the number of

propellers

0.727

Wf

page 92, Eqn (6.23) W fs = 1.6

K fsp

methods.

6 (i.e., Eqn. (6.22) becomes Eqn. (6.27)).

7.

Wfc = 0.33 WTO

2/3

page 108, Eqn (7.44) Remove the ( before N pax in the cabin windows

weight component.

page 111,

3rd line of Section 7.12 Should read: Part IV, Chapter 3.

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1987-90 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print, 1987, 1990

(Revised December 14, 1999)

h h

S S

page 27, Eqn (4.9) CL = CL − CL c − CL h

w c S h S

S S plf fus

2 b fus 3

page 46, Eqn (4.33) C DL = 2α + η cdc α

fus S S

page 49

Eqn (4.39) CDL

fus

4

= α 2 Sb fus / S 9

Swet fus S fus

Eqn. (4.41) CDo = C f fus + CD N + CD A + CD + CDb

fus S fus 2 A0 NC 5 fus S

3

page 52, Eqn (4.43) C DL = F 2α 2 + cdc α

fus S S

page 70, 9th line Should read “... of 4.2.2.1 but with the appropriate...”

page 73

Eqn. (4.60) Add: εn > 0 for upwash and εn < 0 for downwash

∆cl2 = +0.056 in with in expressed in degrees

page 86

3rd line Should read: ... from Eqn. (4.6)

prof (

= ∆C D p )Λc 4 = 0

Sef

cos Λ c 4

h S

h

Sh

S

h

(

+ ∆C D p )

Λc 4 = 0

Scf

cos Λ c 4

c S

c

Sc

S

c

page 142 The reference to Chapter 6 in Part IV should be Chapter 7

• •

page 171, Eqn. (6.25) Replace PJDV with PD

•

Where PD follows from Eqn. (6.19)

page 177, 22nd line Section on supersonic jet inlets should be Section 6.2.3.4

%K (K

= 1 + 1.75 &

µ − 1 1 )

KK µ AA − 1 KK

page 181, Eqn. (6.44) Finl inl

m

' *

inl

c

1

( f1 ){(c + c1 ) / c} + η 2 clδ f2 (δ f2 )(c ′ / c)

∆cl = η1 clδf δ

y −y

page 233, Eqn. (8.10) Φ TEUPPER = arctan{ 10 90 100 }

c

C Lo = C Lo

wf h

1

+ C Lα η h Sh S −ε oh − α o L6

h

1 6

+ C Lα η c S c S ε oc − α o L

c c

where: α o L and α o L can be found using the method of Section

h c

8.1.3.1.

page 269, Eqn (8.37) For jet airplanes, the horizontal tail dynamic pressure should be

calculated from:

π zhwake

2.42 CDo cos 2

w 2 ∆z wake

ηh = 1 −

xhwake

+ 0.30

c

where:

w

zhwake = a sin (γ h − α − iw + ε h )

xhwake = a cos (γ h − α − iw + ε h )

xhwake

∆zwake = 0.68c C Do + 0.15

w c

2 Errata: Airplane Design Part VI, Year of Print: 1987, 1990

page 269, Eqn (8.37) (Cont.)

with:

a and γ h shown in Figure 8.63;

c as the wing mean geometric chord;

α as the airplane angle of attack;

iw as the wing incidence angle; and

1.62C Lw

ε cl =

πA

A ero dy n am ic C enter

Z hwake

a ∆Z wake

W ing R o o t C ho rd ZTE

C en terline of

εh W ak e and

γh Vortex S h eet

iw W ak e L im its

P aralle l to the

α B o dy A x is

X hwake (R efe rence A x is)

F ree S tream

l

page 275, Eqn. (8.50) Parenthesis after ε0h should be moved to after dε/dα.

∆ε Ab

b f f

∆CL

w

∆C Lmax = K cw ∆C Lmax

− C Lα

∆α w c

w w δ

page 280, Eqn. (8.54)

1 6 1

+ S c S ∆C Lmax + S h S C Lα − ∆ε f

c h

6 3 8

page 305, Eqn (8.73) The bar over the 2 should be over the c.

page 311, Eqn (8.74) The first term on the r.h.s. should read: x ref − 0.25 ∆C Lw3 8

where: ∆C Lw is the wing lift increment due to flaps.

page 323, 1st line Should read airplane zero angle of attack. . .

dε h

page 333, Eqn. (8.97) ε = ε oh + α

dα

ε = ε oc + α c

dε

page 333, Eqn. (8.97)

dα

550 SHPAVi ρ

page 340, Eqn. (8.107) K Ti =

(2W S)

32

DPi 2

1dC N dα 6 P 4dε Pi dα 94l Pi 910.7964 DPi 92 "#

1dCm dC L 6 N = ∑

n

page 342, Eqn. (8.108) i

##

! $

i =1

ScC Lα

w

X 1

1

page 377

Eqn. (10.12) 4

Cmu = −CL1 ∂Xaca / ∂M M 9

Eqn. (10.13) CTx

u

0 53

= 1 qS ∂Preqd ∂u − 3CTx

1

8

Eqn. (10.15) CTX = ( M1 / qS )(∂Treqd / ∂M ) − 3CTX

u 1

page 382,

Eqn (10.24) Add a ‘)’ to the end of Equation 10.24

2nd line below Eqn (10.24) Equation ‘(10.23)’ should be equation ‘(10.22)’.

page 390, Fig. (10.16) z h should be ‘the vertical distance between the horizontal tail

aerodynamic center to the fuselage center line’.

page 397,

6th line from bottom Replace C yβ by C yβ

v

i=n

%&1dCN dα 6 00.7954 DP 92 4l p 9() Sb"#

page 398, Eqn (10.44) CnT = − Sum

β

i =1

!' pi i i *

$

page 401~415, Fig.30~33 z v = z p cos α f − l p cos α f

z cos α − l sin α − z + 3 sin Γ1 − 4z sin Γ4C 9

page 417, Eqn (10.50) Cy = 2Cy

p βv v

b

v

b

v

lp

Γ =0

CL = 0

where: z - is the vertical distance between the cg and the wing

root quarter-chord point.

βC

4C 9lp

Γ=0

=k

β k

lp

CL=0 CL= 0

βClp βC

k lp

page 418, Figure 10.35 Replace with

k

CL=0

4C 9 lp 2

Γ 4z z

= 1 − w sin Γ + 12 w sin Γ

4C 9

page 419, Eqn. (10.55)

b b

lp

Γ =0

%K (K

Cn p = &K4Cn p 9 )K 4

C L C = 0 C L w + Cn p ε t ε t + ∆Cn p 9 ! α δ f δ f "#α δ f δ f

$

w

' L

M *

page 422, Eqn. (10.66) αδ f = ∆c / 4c δ 9

l lα f

M =0

x

= 0.5 + 2 w

c

C Lα w

2C L S

page 435, Eqn. (10.89) C Di = C Lα η h h

h πAe h S

page 439,

2C L S

Eqn. (10.97) C Di = C Lα η c c

c πAe c S

c c

h c

clδ

page 446, Eqn (10.110) clδ = c k'

page 447,

C

lδ

= Cl

left δ right

Eqns. (10.111) & (10.113) It is assumed that:

%K cl (K k' %K2α δ 7CL (K

Sv

&K c δ

)4c 9 & )

4' lδ 9theory K* lδ theory clα v K' 2α δ 7cl K*

C yδ = Kδ C Lα

r v S

Eqn (10.123) is correct for a single vertical tail only. For a twin

vertical tail:

= 2 Kb CLα &K c )4c 9 & )

Sv

Cyβ v

δ

4' lδ 9theory K* lδ theory clα v K' 2α δ 7cl K*

0 5

C yδ

r

eff v S

C β

where:

y

v0wfh5 is found from Figure 10.17.

C β y

veff

All other parameters are the same.

page 467, Eqn. (10.129) 4chα 9theory is found from Figure 10.63b. The parameter

clα

4 9theory

in Figure 10.63b is itself found from Figure 10.64a

clα

Φ ' TE t

with the assumption that tan = .

2 c

page 470,

1st line (10.126) should be (10.128).

clα

4 9theory

Eqn. (10.130) is obtained from Figure 10.64a with the assumption

clα

Φ ' TE t

that tan = .

2 c

Pressure (psia) for 200,000 ft should be 0.002655 psia

Pressure (psia) for 200,131 ft should be 0.002641 psia

Pressure Ratio, δ, for 154,199 ft should be 0.001095

DESIGN, ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH CORPORATION

Copyright 1988-91 by Dr. Jan Roskam

Year of Print: 1988, 1991

(Revised December 14, 1999)

page 11,

last sentence of 3rd para. Typical numerical values for gearing ratios are given in Table 4.1

of Part IV, not Part VI.

wf

g

Sh =

q rot 4 x mg − x ach + µ g z mg 9C Lh

max

page 49, Eqn. (2.54) The 4th term on the left hand side should read:

3

‘+ Yng xng + x cg - ...’ 8

page 50, Eqn. (2.57) The 4th term on the left hand side should read:

1 6 3

0.025 Ψ A + Ψsteer Png x ng + x cg 8

page 98, 1st sentence Should read, “Civil: FAR 23.201, 23.203, 23.205, ...”

T sin α + φ t + CL qS − W cos φ − W / g U1Q1 sin φ = 0

page 159,

Last sentence of 1st para. Should read, “See Section 5.3.”

2

D 80

/ CL3 cos γ 5L

3 1/ 2

page 164, AS-5263 thrust required for level flight at 1.15Vs , not 1.15Vs .

PA

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