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AD/A-002 918

CRITERIA OF THE LONGITUDINAL STABILITY

OF THE EKRANOFLAN

R. D. Irodov

Foreign Technology Division

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

20 November 1974

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post-edited for technical accuracy by: Robert D.AFB. Hill Approved for public release. Vol. STATEMENTS OR THEORIES PREPARED BY: ADVOCATEOORIMPLIEDARE THOSE OF THE SOURCE AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE POSITION TRANSLATION DIVISION OR OPINION OF THE FOREIGN TEC OOLOGY Dl. FTD-MT.2^-2792-7^ /a Date 20 NOV 197^ . FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIVISION VISION. distribution unlimited. FTD-MT. D. WP. 63-72 Country of Origin: USSR Requester: AFFDL/PTB This document Is a SYSTRAN machine aided translation. OHIO. 1. No. Irodov English pages: l^l Source: Uchenyye Zaplskl Tsagl. THIS TRANSLATION IS A RENDITION OF THE ORIGI- NAL FOREIGN TEXT WITHOUT ANY ANALYTICAL OR EDITORIAL COMMENT.2t-2792-7t EDITED MACHINE TRANSLATION FTD-MT-24-2792-7i< 20 November 1972* CRITERIA OF THE LONGITUDINAL STABILITY OF THE EKRANOPLAN By: R. 1970. pp. 1.

ch M N H 1. ah n ■ R Y. ya * ye initially. All figures. S-. The use of diacritical marks is preferred. ye. v T T T m T. and after ^. wHen written as 6 in Russian. r 5 6 B B. A a A A. zh II u u ¥ Ts. u a a B Df d * ♦ 0 * P. U. y M M M M. yu n n n P. £ elsewhere. E. graphs. t r r r G. 0 10 » 10 » Yu. kh » M m M Zh. after vowels. b C e C f S. BOARD ON GEOGRAPHIC NAMES TRANSLITERATION SYSTEM Block Ita lie Tranallteraitlon Block Italic Transliterat. shch K K K K. 2 M •1 V V Ch. tables. k •h • "b 1 ii JI Jl n L* 1 y u hi M Y. L. 1 111 111 w m Sh. g V y y y U. equations. merged Into this translation were extracted from the best quality copy available. e* X X X X Kh. P n a * • Ya. etc. 8 B a B V. n 8 1 9 • E. but such mark: may be omitted when expediency dictates. a P p P P R. m b 1 h 1 i H N H N. y 111 III m -1 Shch. ts 3 i 3 Z. f E • B Ye. FTD-MT-24-2792-71* . transliterate äs y6 or 6. e 0 e 0 0.

are cos coo are tg tan": are etg eot are •ae ■ae' are eoaae GBG' are ■h ■inh-J are eh are th taah**^ are eth coth-1 are ■eh ■och"^ are eaeh e^eh"1 ret curl lg log • FTD-MT-2^-2792-7i4 11 / . FOLLOWING ARE THE CORRESPONDING RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH DESIGNATIONS OP THE TRIQONOICTRIC FUNCTIONS Russian English sin ■in OOtt cos tg tan ctg eot §•0 ■ae cossc e«e sh sinh eh coeh th tanh eth ooth ■eh ■aeh csch ■■oh are •in ■ln-.

GREEK ALPHABET Alpha A a « Nu N V Beta B 6 XI ^2 ( Gamma r Y Omlcron 0 0 Delta A 6 PI n ir Epsilon E e < Rho p P 9 Zeta z C Sigma z 0 < Eta H n Tau T T Theta 0 e • Upsllon T U Iota I \ Phi ♦ <P ♦ Kappa K H K S Chi X X Lambda A \ Psl f * Mu M M Omega Q 01 PTD-MT-24-2792-74 111 .

CRITERIA OF THE LONGITUDINAL STABILITY OF THE EKRANOPLAN R. it is believed to be some kind of air-cushion vehicle which moves over the surface on an air cushion. The ekranoplan is a flight vehicle which uses the effect of a considerable increase in the lift properties and lift-drag ratio of a wing in flight near the surface (screen). the less the wing aspect ratio. With the assigned wing area and the assigned absolute distance from the screen to the trailing edge of the wing. Irodov Examined are some questions of the longitudinal stability of the ekranoplan* directly connected with the selection of its aerodynamic design. the effect of the screen will be greater. This term is a transliteration from the Russian and not listed in dictionaries. Some features of the aerodynamic characteristics of the ekranoplan lead to the need for the introduction of new stability criteria and the appearance in connection with this of additional requirements •Translator's Note. the less the height of the location above it of the trailing edge of the wing expressed in parts of a chord. determined by the possible height of the uneveness of the screen. This fact defines the design of the ekranoplan as a flight vehicle with a low aspect-ratio wing [1]. PTJ-MT-24-2792-7^ . D. The favorable effect of the screen appears greater.

the dominant role is played by the examination of motion at a constant velocity FTD-MT-24-2792-71* .ratio to the weight of the aircraft of the sum of projections of the thrust of the engines and aerodynamic forces on the horizontal and vertical axes of a high-speed coordinate system. »iiff^i In form from similar equations fttr an aircraft and are written In the form [2] dV ^. H . M . The equations of pltehlng of the ekranoplan do :v*. 6 .flight path angle [rad]. ♦ .pitching moment [kgf'm].flight altitude (distance from the center of gravity of the ekranoplan to the surface of the screen) [m]. When evaluating the stability of the aircraft.pitch angle [rad]. (1) 2 where g Is the force of gravity [m/s ]. taking into account the obvious equation of constraint *=e+a.time [sj.= -fr(rt»~C086). where a is the angle of attack. The weight of the ekranoplan 0 and Its moment of Inertia I in the analysis of motion during short time Intervals can be considered to be constant.for Its aerodynamic design. 1. n and n y .flight speed [m/s]. n and M on the parameters which determine the flight conditions. t . V . The effect of the aerodynamic forces on the ekranoplan Is assigned by dependences n .

Here w "-TT. b.the wing area [m ] J can be considered linearly dependent on them. and the other three are written in the form A6 fy-An. AAft—J-j-5^ Am. 6*9 MCX +Ae.the average aerodynamic chord of the wing [m].. . A'a + Ad-4-AAf.' M^-M z z MCX fAK a • The initial mode is the horizontal steady flight: 6 „ »0. ♦«♦ wax +A». After substituting the expressions for Ac and Am into the system and after excluding fTD-MT-2Ü-2792-7^ . n y -n y HCX +An y*. (short-period motion).* n y MCX „ -1. M z MCX «0. $ is the angle of deflection of the stabilizer. in increments. (2) Ä//r= 1/A6 (the dot denotes differontiatIon with respect to time). let us write • A«Js=mjA«4:/n. H»H MUX +AH.. Let us write the equations of the short- period motion of the ekranoplar.. and that increases in the aerodynamic coefficients Ac and Am M/iy —-^-SAc. being based on the same assumptions as tnose In the case of an aircraft [2]: V-ccnst . where p is the air density [kg«s /m ].. S .Ai-fmjA9+ m'*mt4-m» AH. Assuming further that the angles of attack a and the devia- tions of the stabilizer $ and flight altitude H in the process of the disturbed motion are changed within such limits. As a result of these assumptions the first equation of system jm (1) becomes identical j (n =0).is the angular rate of rotation of the ekranoplan.

dlmensionless moment of inertia. — . dependent on parameters of the ekranoplan and flight conditions T'r—> ^nu m .an increase In the flight path angle A8. Xp and x„n by definition are positive with the locatior of the center of gravity and foci behind the leading . »«=*t x -| mT« ~ .. " bA ' 20/S is the relative density of the ekranoplan.reserve of the longitudinal static stability with ^ respect to overload (x . Converting in this system to a new time unit T . «»= tgbA e IM .Xf. ■ r d* bA . introducing the differential operator with respect to the dlmenslonless time D=d/dT and after designating for brevity a^ _"*+"■: '* i. we will obtain the system Of two linear differential second-order equations with constant coefficients.reserve of the longitudinal static stability with 4 respect to the angle of attack is the distance in parts of thü MAC_of the center of gravity of the ekranoplan fx ) up to the point of the application of a lift increment because of a change in the angle of attack x„ : m« A "' — xFH—~kr c ~ reserve of the longitudinal static stability r with respect to the height above the screen is the distance in the fractions of the MAC from the center of gravity of the ekranoplan to the point of application of a lift increment because of a change in flight altitude (Xpn). i<~ *.20/S i\j [s].

.^ort-perlod motion. let un write the system of equations of the disturbed motion of the ekranoplan (2) in the following form convenient for analysis: In the absence of the effect of the screen. Consequently. 0«Afl-. 2 With 2C>0 and WQ>0 In the Isotropie atmosphere at constant velocity. (o ■ n y ■m «0). for the precise maintaining of constant altitude of the flight.»e. there must either be the pilot's virtually continuous Interference in the aircraft control or the introduction of stabilization of the aircraft with .e. iV^nnytefiJiW or the equations which describe a change in the angle of attack and flight altitude In the s.e. »ijAt(t). edge of the MAC of the wlnp).«ijAt(t). this system falls Into two independent equations: the equation of the short-period motion (!)• + 210 +-J) At«•£-«. AfW ar. the effect of the flight altitude on aerodynamic coefficient. the aircraft is stable with respect to angle of attack and Is neutral In flight altitude.d the equation which describes a change in the altitude depending on the change in the angle of attack.-. I. (D* + 2ID +-J) A« --f. (D« + 2U) + OD»AÄ-^Lr.. i.it(t).

at constant velocity does not break up into two niept ident second-order equations. Is possible to write the equation which describes .A?(T).e. Le* ta ft^'te the characteristic equation of the system In v. which act on the aircraft depend JuLatantlr-ily not only on the angle of attack but also on the tltlttttf«« Therefore.titude of tb« ekranoplan In the short-period notion ri^llar y 1*..r'eipeot to the altitude by the means of automatic control. the system which describes the motion cC tn<~ eKranopl'!. By eliminating an Increase in i e an^ie cf attack from the system..icreon (I. which describes a change In the flight . tfltn Mlgtot near the .' change in tn-j angle of attach of the ekranoplan: *^-(D.. 2. It Is possible to write one •quatlon of :ne fouith order. the earth's «urTaro " filter the ♦'crces and monujit:-.-Kf)«.^ otanuard fom: wher« .

m ) where ■ =. and the satisfaction of the second condition ensures its oscillatory stability (I.>0 2 2 and A^A^-AjA^-A'X). H). H) and m (o. Is the Jacoblan functions c„(a. 1). the stability conditions of the short-period motion of the ekranoplan with flight near the screen are reduced to two inequalities: Ai.^. From tests of profiles. Consequently. The satisfaction of the first condition ensures the aperiodic stability of the ekranoplan (i. For all the aircraft designs In the field of flight angles of attack. From equations for the calculation of coefficients of A.. I) y z The stability of motion in the case of the equation of the fourth order will be provided for with Au Au At.. it Is evident that under these assumptions conditions A1>0. c <0. Inequality co>0 Is fulfilled. A-X) and A^>0 are always satisfied.e. it is known that usually the lift coefficient at the assigned angle of attack is Increased with the approach toward I the screen (Fig. I.. wings and layouts of aircraft near the screen. the absence of the nonnegative real roots of the characteristic equation). The conditions of the stabilization of ekranoplan outside the effect of the screen la the fulfillment of Inequality o <0. D(c .e. . the absence of the nonnegative real parts of the complex roots of the characteristic equation). D(o.e.. At>0 and -4.-^4-^a>0.

To provile for oscillatory stability.8 IS * mI aperiodic stability - 8.<0.1 %•-%*<« (3) -r-r.1-■ ttt<2rf JF or. it 1? necessary by the selection of the aerodynamic layout to insure the position of the focus In altitude above the screen (Xtä) in front of the focus with respect to the angle of attack (xp ). (3a) 0(«. In terms of arodynamlc derivatives. It is possible # *^^5: ttJI ' . i i »^ '0. Figure 1 . Consequently..J*. can always be provided . M .r^SM* rr 1 ■' .-ff "^ 1 1 determine the coefficients h ^ ^^3nZZZZZ ■^ « ** if1 "SNJ y^r-fg^g.{ i [ i 7*/^' 41 ■«s^^:: In the short-period motion in the following form: ^ 4/ 44 Ofi 41 (ff ft tf t. unlike the aircraft the longitudinal static stability of hhich in the absence of the compressibility effect of the air. 1 N. at any sign by deriv- -at '/ 1 1 ative c .Sj'SO'tv'fl ! ! 1 After substituting **i /\ ivnsa J i i i M i i i LiJ the expressions which n "^^V^^ ' ! ^ >~-.l#i 'HJS-. it is necessary to select centering x in an appropriate manner.») oscillatory stability - / w i -* Thus in order to insure the aperiodic stability of the ekr-anoplar-.u "L---i-i^'*^' ff to write the stability criteria of the ekranoplan ■ -4. with any aerodynamic layout.

creen Is placrd behind the focus with respect to the angle of attack. then their values with the rotation of the ekranoplan relative to the center of gravity can be calculated according to the equations 1. are assigned. determined with the rotation of the ekranoplan relative to the trailing edge of the wing.i h« ^uch that the foeUfl lit aitltu..h above the r. (i--*r) X x F7t JC. then by the ' selection of the center-of-^ravlty location the aperiodic stability of the ekranoplan cannot be Insured. Unaer conditions of considerable dependence of the aerodynamic characteristics of the ekranoplan on flight altitude.'iwto la. In model tests with a screen In wind tunnels understood by the height of the model above the screen usually Is the distance fron the screen to the trailing edge of the wing at the place of its Intersection with the mean aerodynamic chord..« .UMV- JynamJ c layout. the deriv- atives ca and m^ and the focus for the angle of attack x. . f *. the longitudinal aperodlc (static) stability of the ekranoplan under these conditions can be provided for only with a iirflnHo rorm fco the floltvtiM . prove y z ■ Fa ^ to be dependent on the point with respect to which there occurs the rotation of the ekranoplan with a change in the angle of attack. for by the selection of centering..K ^Fn CZXt*9. If Llir notnHtyit. K ' ■a fyt. If values c\ m°| and ÜL.i. n».Vvtul oT Lh»' fKraiuip l. The focus In altitude xpn does not depend on the position on the MAC of this point.

The account of velocity change in the examination of the disturbed motion of the ekranoplan virtually does not change the condition of the aperiodic stability . the use for evaluation of the static longitudinal stability of the ekranoplan of data of model tests in wind tunnels In which the angle of attack was changed with the rotation of the model relative to the trailing edge of the wing cannot lead to an inaccurate qualitative evaluation . its focus with respect to the angle of attack is displaced to the side of the focus In nltitude above the screen and In the limit coincides with it with x -*~c». and with sufficiently forward centering the ekranoplan again loses oscillatory stability« 2.' and therefore both derivatives depend on the centering). Thus.sldex for an example the longitudinal static [aperiodic) stabiXity In flight nefj? the screen of a delta-wing airplane.e.(in the calculation of the derivatives rn z a.the maximum rear centering.the order of location of the foci on the MAC of the wing does not depend on the center of rotation of th« wing with a change in the angle of attack. which has an elevator unit on its fuselage. letenr. H and m-z the moiuont ta measured relative to the centei' of gravity of the ekrano^lan x T . the aerodynamic characteristics of which were given In Pig. Figure 2 gives these characteristics reconstructed into the impendence m c ) with n=const and a=ccnst. is somewhat displaced back in comparison with the actual.distance from the • y center of gravity of the model to the screen). 1. Let us coi. I.ined not allowing for a cnange in the flight speed. on the centering of the ekranoplan. The slope tangents of these curves are the reserves of stability in angle of attack m 'y '■*T"*Pa and in hei ht ß of the rii ht e above the screen 10 ■ ■ . It Itl obvious that with the center-of-gravity displacement of tlie ekranoplan forward chordwise..(H .

the considerable instability of the aircraft of a normal configuration with the low-positioned elevator unit can be explained by the fact that with the setting of the elevator unit in the lower position the focus In height above the screen is shifted back more than is the focus in angle of attack.u:. since it lies above the wing at positive angles of attack.S!» It If» evident that at all the height within limitt.in . front of the focus in height. Thus. Figure 2 Taklnr Into account thai' I ho i'iu. obviously. the ekranoplar.\S( tho iM'i\vi vV the screen and at all atlt't«^ of attack the negative tlopo fm ■ of the curve a«const Is more ^1 1 W-s' oc'7°ja'\ y row 4 than the slope of the curvp R*const: this: means thai the w ^ a / If/vs' focup In angüe of attack of t T^&^f' the aircraft Is located In ott V Mtvvfe w °. lo of ntiach of wing» of small aspect ration with the approach toward the ucrcon only very Insignificantly Is displaced back so that the Isolated wing can be considered neutral in height above the screen or weakly unstable. instability of the aircraft 11 L with flight near the screen.SS H. and its area is considerably less than the wing area.iii)-. The setting of the fin on fuselage in front of wing (canard configuration). for providing longitudinal static 11 . will lead to a shift in the focus In angle of attack forward and virtually will not change the position of focus In height above the screen. since the fin will undergo considerably less ground effect. Hence it follows that the aircraft designed in a canard configuration will also be aperlodically unstable In flight near the screen. •not qir* Ji6 \XV\///'I d'/ t ■> \^ ♦xv 20W\ 1 V which indicates the aperiodic w« -DM R'O. c (R) ■ * '^T'^FR* res ectivel P y » with the centering I "O.

Thlf design ensures the position Of focus in angle of attack behind focus in height above the screen under conditions of the maximum lift-drag ratio.. which nn. With l lie appiwich inward the screen the overlow Lnuigniflcnntly chungcu tho position of the focus In angle of attack (x.' scivon (at UMi-i at sufficiently small angles of attack).CIVMI ef tho wing iviitor section with overflow in front.i-^'.■. '.ioni 1 . t^tiU'O It is lo^uto^l In a zone of a sufficiently weak efiVct of tin.InJ tunnel.■-..: a ro-ilt of mini. Such a fin shifts the focus In anrlo-of attack consUlorahly BKMV than does the focus iri height abi»vo tho scn^Mi.-rj^ because of a docroase In the relative distance from the . proposed by Lippish [!]> ha.i' •.) <0 D(a..h. Another configuration can l>e "bob-tallod" with ovorfiow in tho ro t part (aircraft of "Drarun" ..' highly positioned elovatox' unit. virtually wlthl.typo). m..ap*». For the practical problsms of the «valuation of the static ibilit> o'' -he ekranopian Laced on materials of tests of Lttf i'l In a .. J nations aocordln^ to only one derivative defined a/ the :Oope of Che experisMnta] curve.-pla:-. H) m ' wrlttei in dry of the following four foims FTD-Kr-2U-27 ^2-7^ 12 . One of the possible aerodynamic designs of the okran.lodlc longitudinal ütaLllJf 'the • rancplan '-ja) m another fen. ) but noticeably shifts forward tho focus In the height of the flight (^i.stability In flight near the screen must have a special aerodynamic design distinct from designs characteristic for aircraft with a low aspeot^ratio wing. rhe : til Ine-juall ty D(cy.kes U ^ul*s»iDle to mane ■:.. It pi eves to be possible M write the ■nj.traction of curves obtained a.ia tiic »*idit.titl n . I let:-. 4.

n (fll with c -const or c (R) witlj in »0. F'i"u-UT-2H-2792-7i* 13 . i *• «? * "■>= v. ~3r <0. makes senae only with i'i.r H . dm. S-".'ith rn <ü criterion ^0 can bo used. the txamlnation of otablliiy. I.. c.'\ 1 1 i :: *■ ^ 1 1 __ ^* -. cmtt Figure 3 Figure H Since tne stability cf the ekranoplan la catinatcd inuhM1 conditions of steady flight. The derivative? dH K o can be found as ^iopco of curves of m^Ca) at c "conat. y y s * " . ~d'a~ d/l 'f (here c y r. strictly ipeaking. the stability criteria can be written In the 'V y * y * dm. «••v'l «^ / «t :„ — — ^^ v s . = o..■. ii «/ ^5^ ^ ^ mir ^S £J fcjj 1 ■ /#•« ^ 1 ' . n ly the eoeii'u-1 Mil of lil't In n liot'lsvnitai lUondy flight). dm.e. as is shown on Fig?.o dft l».-». da dl^csO mr<0.:% ftywA*^7" M vNss./ «' ■ ES: -1 11 :i'' 1^1 ■«/ / /'i^ - ^a Uss: dmt «/ d oc / 4 *V>» i •^z dmt\ dt > « i "i rf I M ^f#*. ^ ^. . ^ ''S I q i ^ V ^. <0. dm. V'rr. *c0nt YXA ^/ ry r*/»i. c P <0. Since under cruising condition? of the flit"!".<^ • "'.and c a >ü. It i:? most convenient to m-e one of the i:uU two lüequaiitleö.ii iv-iiii of balancins.

C. r n and the arbltrarji value of th«^ pltehin. Manascript sutsiiitted Nove/nber 6. I9W. 06opoMrM3.. In ether woi'ds.UX) or nir. change the position of focus in angle of attack.es FN '• < —.1. 5 ' ~" — •B*r\ -</ -^1 -• -^ 5 •' — — "i In the analysis of the stability of the aircraft. . 3J-P»IIOII.e fe * . hLbLIOÜRAPHY GeJiabvni ti. __ 4* sj l ^* \ r~ ~ — «• V 1 Kmi 0 V — - m. = c.4. ..Cy. . i yiitjjB.irfCMOCTb caxo. ^ « »Af*) ^ ^ 4 ^H ■ ß.IIIII..ao. the slope of tho curves m (a). usually th« assumption Is made that the control-surface deflection dee? n.ier» M. w«> obtain the po. or. * *t. npO.(lP with .T a v c K M ft H. Accepting this tesurjptlcn for tne ekranoplan and assuming additionally that the control it flection do-r not change the position of the focus In height . K<JI<ltl f.»l ■.montent...ioctpociiHC'. l9ol. 196f) F'i D-MT-2^-2792-7^ lH . Otir <• . „.lbii«* in« fi'iiiBOCif. M.n-lblllty of Jud^ln^ tho Ltablilty in slope of the appropriate curve III.-.the acroiMi. ß.\ Figure 5 V *J »^ i iK l ■ **■»>-.

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