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T-45A/C TS, ADV & IUT Aero-02
High-Speed Flight
c.
Very stable above Mach 1.0
3.
High-speed dives
a.
Slight buffeting above Mach 0.9
b.
Some pitch oscillations as center of pressure
shifts aft
Sg 2, fr 19
c.
Recovery
Transonic Lift
Distribution
(1) Pitch-up at about Mach 0.99 due to wing
shock movement
(2) Second pitch-up occurs at Mach 0.85
(same as described in VG section)
(3) Should be initiated by pulling no more than
4 g's because of the second pitchup (this
second pitchup could occur prior to Mach
0.85)
d.
"Heavy wing" experienced starting at about
Mach 0.92
(1) May take up to 3/4 lateral stick to maintain
wings level due to reduced aileron
effectiveness from Mach 0.92 to Mach 0.95
(2) Heavy wing and reduced aileron
effectiveness caused by shock-induced
separation on the outer 40% of the wing
e.
Wing heaviness disappears and aileron
effectiveness returns above Mach 0.95
NOTE: Refer to NATOPS for applicable
restrictions in regard to high-speed flight
maneuvering.
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