Getting initial altitude and speed at 12m

 

Liftoplane: getting initial altitude and speed at 12m RSI: getting initial altitude and speed at 12m

The time scaling is 1:10

  During this operation, the rotors keep the high forward winding speed of about 20.6 m/s, consuming a power of 52.8 kW. The aircraft dropped its vertical acceleration to -0.051g and accelerates horizontally with a value of 0.054g by the gravitational force acting on the wings with the equivalent LDR of about 5.9. Inflow a bit decreased to 2.84 m/s due to the dropping of the vertical acceleration. The aircraft gained horizontal and vertical speeds of 28.98 m/s and 2.80 m/s, respectively. The aircraft operates like a lift going up at a speed of 9.18 m/s under a gliding wing. The propulsion efficiency almost isn’t changed, having a value of 98.08 percent. The aircraft is handled by using the biangular handling based on angles of attack with values of 28.0° and 4.0°. The rotors have a PGS-state (3.6°, -54.6°, -5°) with the decreased pitch and the increased magnitude of the negative gain.

 

 

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