New PDF release: Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach

By Daniel P. Raymer

A good textual content for aeronautical scholars aiming for the mainstream (ie jet-powered military/civil),industry.Not nearly as good as Darrol Stinton's books. not anything approximately cooling liquid-cooled piston/rotary engines. The "Simplified For Hombuilders" model is sufficient for homebuilders in my view.

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4. As deployment times extend from five to 10 days, pod availability drops by close to 40 percent for the 378 aircraft engaged in sustain operations for the first MTW and surge in the second MTW. Again, deployment times of less than one day do not affect pod availability for non-engaged aircraft, deployment times from one to four days limit the number of pods available for training aircraft, and deployment times beyond four days affect pod availability for aircraft engaged in contingencies. 50 good pod per aircraft, well below the level selected to support sustain operations.

3. 3 shows 144 F-16s to be employed in a second MTW in NEA, but we consider the resources needed for only 104 of these. The reason for this is that we assumed that the total number of F-16s using PGMs in two MTWs is greater than the number of LANTIRN F16s currently in USAF inventory. The 144 F-16s that we show in the second MTW are therefore augmented in our model by 40 Air National Guard F-16s with LITENING II capabilities. 3 play a part in our model for resource computations. 4 for four scenarios: peacetime with AEF deployment, the two-MTW stressing and halt scenarios, and extended deployments.

The equipment at the FSLs would be kept “warm” supporting boiling-peacetime operations. 2 shows the consolidated system structures that we analyzed. We first considered, as shown at the top, a single CONUS location with either pod or LRU repair capabilities. In this structure, pods to be repaired would be shipped from all global locations to the CSL. The Precision Attack SPO asked us to consider a variation of this structure in which a single CSL would process only LRUs, to be swapped at an intermediate shop on base and shipped to a CSL for repair.

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