Northrop F-5 Case Study in Aircraft Design
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1978 - 219 Seiten
This case study describes the overall development of the T-38/F-5 family of fighter/trainer aircraft in terms of configuration development motivation and constraints. Selected systems are examined in detail, including the constraints, specifications, and trade-offs that led to important design decisions.
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ACTION actuator additional aileron aircraft airplane ALTITUDE aluminum analysis angle of attack APPROACH characteristics chart chute closed combat COMPUTER configuration considered CONSTRAINT control system cost cracking DATA deflection DETECTION DISPLAY DISTANCE door drag dynamic edge effect ejection element engine ENVELOPE factor fighter final fire control flap flight force frequency FUEL fuselage gain gear ground higher hydraulic improved increase initial inlet intercept landing LAUNCH leading lift limit LINE load Mach number maintain maintenance major maneuvering manufacturing MARGIN material maximum mechanical minimize MISSILE Northrop nose operation original performance pilot position possible pound presented problem production qualities RADAR radius range ratio reduced result retract rocket ROLL saved seat selected shown shows skins spar speed stability STATION stress corrosion structural strut supersonic surface tail turn rate utilized WEAPON weight wing