Dropping the speed at altitude 20m

 

Liftoplane: dropping the speed at altitude 20m RSI: dropping the speed at altitude 20m

The time scaling is 1:10

During this operation, the rotors have a low forward winding speed of about 7.0 m/s, consuming a power of 13.0 kW. The aircraft is decelerating horizontally at a rate of about 0.041g, having a horizontal speed of 29.59 m/s. At the same time, the aircraft has a vertical descending speed of 5.67 m/s, which is decreasing at a rate of 0.01g. Inflow stays 2.64 m/s. The aircraft operates like a lift going up at a speed of 1.52 m/s under a gliding wing with the equivalent LDR of 3.5. The aircraft is handled by using the biangular handling based on angles of attack with values of 30.0 and 8.0. The rotors have a PGS-state (18.3, -6.4, -5) with the increased pitch, the reversed gain and the decreased inclination of the skew.

 

 

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