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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-01
Introduction to ACM
(3) Ratio equals aircraft thrust divided by
combat weight
(4) Used to compare performance of aircraft
c.
Wing loadingcombat weight/wing area
(1) Aircraft with higher wing loading has larger
turn radius and slower turn rate
(2) Aircraft with lower wing loading has smaller
turn radius and faster turn rate
2.
Variable factors 6.7.2.4
a.
Altitudeprovides potential energy (PE) for
maneuvering
b.
Airspeedkinetic energy (KE): as altitude
increases, TAS increases for constant KIAS
airspeed
c.
Angle-of-attack (AOA)
(1) At a given AOA, coefficient of lift and drag
is constant regardless of airspeed, gross
weight, and altitude
(2) In an engaging turn (energy sustaining
turn), corresponding AOA reflects optimum
lift to drag ratio
NOTE: Optimum AOA’s are explained in
the following energy management section.
d.
G loading
(1) Ratio of lift to weight
(2) In turns or direction changes, lift must
exceed weight, and G loads greater than
1 G are necessary
(05-98) Change 1
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