By Steve Ginter
;Chance Vought F7U Cutlass (Naval warring parties sequence No 6) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: likelihood Vought F7U Cutlass (Naval opponents sequence No 6)Автор: Steve GinterИздательство: Ginter BooksISBN: 094261206XГод: 1982Страниц: 108Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 63МБЯзык: английскийExceptional assurance of the U.S. Navy's first swept-wing, afterburner built, tailless jet fighter. complete developmental historical past from initial lay-out via F7U-3, 3M & 3P. Squadron histories of Cutlass operators. particular cockpit, engine, guns & undercarriage drawings. Profiles displaying squadron markings. 233 photos.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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Other speed records of interest followed, taken by the Chance Vought F4-U Corsair, Grumman Bearcat and the TU 95/142. 6-B Schneider Trophy winner on display in the Science Museum, London. 01 m). The prop was driven by the P&W R-2800 Double Wasp of 2250 BHP, enabling the Corsair to be the first US fighter to exceed 400 MPH (350 knots) during a subsequent test flight on 10 October 1940. Lyle Shelton’s Grumman F8F Bearcat Rare Bear holds the present world speed record for piston/prop aircraft. 31 MPH (460 knots) at Las Vegas, Nevada.
They were the first company to manufacture feathering propellers and pioneered the use of composites materials in 1945 in propeller manufacturing. Their first composite propeller (and the world’s first) was patented in 1949 and flight-tested on a Republic Seabee amphibian aircraft. In 1978, Hartzell installed the first production run prop made totally from composite materials on the Spanish CASA 212c Aviacar. Composite prop blades are 25–50% lighter than metal blades with the added advantage of higher strength, greater reliability and performance, fatigue resistance and better vibration damping, etc.
These factors include the pitch, blade angle, diameter, solidity, number of blades, tip speed, drag and the location of the prop in relation to the engine’s nacelle or the fuselage, chord variation along the blade, the shape of each blade element and the prop tips. Also included are the lift and drag coefficients, which are a function of the angle of attack of the propeller blades. All these factors affect the propeller’s absorption of engine power and its ability to convert the propwash (working fluid) into thrust and will be considered in turn throughout this book, followed by the forces acting on the propeller.