Flight-determined engine exhaust characteristics of an F404 engine in an F-18 airplane

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StatementKimberly A. Ennix, Frank W. Burcham. Jr., and Lannie D. Webb.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 4538.
ContributionsBurcham, Frank W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.
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Pagination1 v.
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This paper describes the F airplane, the F engine, the flight test program, and the methods used to calculate the engine exhaust properties. In addition, the paper presents the exhaust velocity and Mach number data for the climb-to-cruise, ANOPP validation, and ground tests. Aircraft Description F Aircraft Figure 1 shows an F Flight-Determined Engine Exhaust Characteristics of an F Engine in an F- 18 Airplane Kimberly A.

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The analysis of the exhaust characteristics from the F aircraft are reported. The exhaust characteristics of the F aircraft with an F engine are examined with reference to the results of an acoustic flight testing program.

The discussion covers an overview of the flight test planning, instrumentation, test procedures, data analysis, engine modeling codes, and results.

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