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  1. Swingin' on a spar: the birth and development of variable--geometry aircraft.: An article from: Airpower by Mike Machat, 2004-09-01
  2. Aircraft descriptive geometry, by Walter Vaughn, 1941
  3. Aircraft Descriptive Geometry 2ND Edition by Walter Vaughn, 1943
  4. ISO 1151-6:1982, Terms and symbols for flight dynamics - Part 6 : Aircraft geometry by ISO TC 20/SC 3, 2007-08-23
  5. Aircraft Analytic Geometry: Applied to Engineering, Lofting & Tooling by J.J. Apalategui & L.J. Adams, 1944
  6. Aircraft Analytic Geometry
  7. AIRCRAFT ANALYTIC GEOMETRY by J. J. & Adams, L. J. Apalategui, 1944
  8. Performance and control of variable geometry aircraft inlets (SAE) by James H Maravel, 1958
  9. RTJ-303 variable geometry, oblique wing supersonic aircraft (SuDoc NAS 1.26:192054) by NASA, 1992
  10. Aircraft Descriptive Geometry 2ND Edition by VaughnWalter, 1943
  11. Aircraft descriptive geometry applied to aircraft design,: Drafting and lofting by the direct method by Walter Vaughn, 1943
  12. Dynamic loads in variable-geometry aircraft (Technical report AFFDL-TR-69-47) by T. B Epperson, 1969
  13. GEMPAK: An arbitrary aircraft geometry generator (NASA technical paper) by Sharon H Stack, 1977
  14. Effects of cable geometry and aircraft attitude on the accuracy of a magnetic leader cable system for aircraft guidance during rollout and turnoff (NASA technical paper) by W. Thomas Bundick, 1982

1. Janus: The Papers Of Sir Barnes Neville Wallis
2, Giant Radio Telescope. 3, The Swallow Project A Variable geometry aircraft. Title, The Swallow Project A Variable geometry aircraft. Reference, WLIS 3. 3

2. Aircraft Recognition Glossary
This page contains the glossary of words used in this section. rotary and fixed-wing aircraft, armed and equipped to carry combat troops pivots on variable-geometry aircraft. It is impossible to have one-piece pivotal aircraft because at zero
AAI AAI Corporation AAM air-to-air missile AEW airborne early warning AGM air-to-ground missile aileron aircraft roll control ALCM air-launched cruise missile altitude height above sea level ART-V aircraft recognition training-visual 35-millimeter slide kit ASM air-to-surface missile aspect aircraft appearance with respect to a ground observer assault gunship rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft, armed and equipped to carry combat troops into battle and operating from land or sea ASW antisubmarine warfare ATF advanced tactical fighter ATGM antitank guided missile ATOLL AA-2-2 air-to-air missile, CIS (former USSR) attitude inclination of aircraft in relation to the ground (heading, pitch, and roll) Avenger 30-millimeter cannon on A-10A Thunderbolt II. FAAD weapon system AWACS Airborne Warning and Control System BAe British Aerospace (aircraft manufacturer) butterfly tail rounded tail fin and flats of a particular aircraft type (O-1 Bird Dog) cabin housing on an aircraft for troops or cargo CAI computer aided instruction canards winglets, controllable or fixed, located forward of the center of gravity

3. Above Top Secret - Aircraft Projects - Favourite Variable Geometry Winged Planes
tomcat. Yup. Hard not to like the tomcat! It s almost certainly the most successful operational variable geometry aircraft. There
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4. A&AE 451 Syllabus Page
accompanying written document; a presentation for the Conceptual Definition Review of a fixed geometry, single aircraft and a fixed geometry aircraft that flys
Professor Crossley
Spring 2004
[Course Description]

[Course Goals]


[Course Materials]
- Syllabus - [Schedule] [Design Project] [Links and Resources]
Course Description
This course will offer students the opportunity to conduct a series of aircraft system design studies, starting from a basic opportunity description. Students will work in teams to develop the system requirements, define the overall architecture of an aircraft, conduct sizing and trade studies to determine the most promising aircraft design, and begin to perform additional detailed definition of the aircraft, as time permits. The course will be conducted in a manner that will replicate actual industry conceptual design studies as closely as possible. The Spring 2004 class will focus upon providing point-to-point service on transatlantic city pair routes using low capacity aircraft. Studies will investigate how formation flight and morphing aircraft may improve upon the point-to-point service. More details are available on the design project page.

5. General Dynamics F-111 - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
First flight was in December 1964 and entry into service with the USAF began in 1967. It was the first variable geometry aircraft.
General Dynamics F-111
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
(Redirected from F-111 General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark Description Role All-weather attack, all-weather interceptor Crew 1 Pilot, 1 Weapons Systems Officer Dimensions Length 73.5 ft. 22.4 m Wingspan (spread) 63 ft. 19.2 m Wingspan (swept) 31.92 ft. 9.74 m Height 17.08 ft. 5.22 m Wing area (spread) 657.07 ft.² 61.07 m² Wing area (swept) 525 ft.² 48.77 m² Weights Empty 47,481 lb. 21,537 kg Loaded Maximum take-off 100,000 lb. 48,536 kg Powerplant Engines TF30-P-100 Turbofans with afterburners Thrust 25,000 lb f 111 kN Performance Maximum speed 1,450 mph ( Mach 2,335 km/h Combat range Ferry range 2,925 mi. (F variant) 4,707 km Service ceiling 60,000 ft. 18,290 m Rate of climb Armament Guns One M61 gun (optional) Bombs Max External: 31,500 lb. Max External: 14,288 kg The General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark (the nickname was unofficial for most of its lifespan, but it was officially named "Aardvark" at its retirement ceremony for the United States Air Force) is a long-range strategic bomber reconnaissance , and tactical strike aircraft . The F-111 project was long considered an expensive failure, but the end result was a capable, albeit costly, aircraft.

6. FM 44-80 Visual Aircraft Recognition - Glossary
the back of an aircraft, usually housing avionic equipment drone pilotless aircraft (remotely controlled located at the pivots on variablegeometry aircraft. It is impossible to
dogtooth horizontal step in the leading edge of the wing resulting from an increase in chord dorsal spine fairing along the back of an aircraft, usually housing avionic equipment drone pilotless aircraft (remotely controlled) ECM electronic countermeasures elevator a hinged, horizontal surface that controls the pitch of an aircraft ELINT electronic intelligence EMB Embraer (aircraft manufacturer) Exocet French-built air-to-surface missile (antiship) FAAD forward area air defense fairing streamlined covering (also curvature in spine connected to the tail fin) fence projection parallel to the wing chord that modifies the distribution of pressure ferry range maximum range without payload fin vertical stabilizer flap movable surface that increases the lift or drag of an aircraft flat horizontal stabilizer FLIR forward looking infrared fuselage body of an aircraft GCS ground control station glove located at the pivots on variable-geometry aircraft. It is impossible to have one-piece pivotal aircraft because at zero sweep, the inner ends would overlap (the solution to this problem is a fixed inner wing called a glove). GOAR ground observation aircraft recognition (an obsolete 35-millimeter slide kit superseded by ART-V) Grail CIS-built built SA-7, man-portable antiaircraft missile

7. RAF Leuchars - Tornado F3
The Tornado F3 is a 2 crew, variable geometry aircraft and is powered by 2 Rolls Royce / Turbo Union RB199 Mk 104 afterburning turbofans producing thrust of
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Tornado F3 Based around the Tornado GR1 airframe, the F3 was developed for the RAF as a long-range interceptor to replace the ageing Phantom, protecting the the North Sea and Atlantic approaches during the Cold War. The first Tornado air defence aircraft was flown in October 1979 and subsequently entered service as the Tornado F2 with No. 229 OCU at Coningsby. These first aircraft used the same RB199 Mk103 engines as the GR1 and did not initially have a radar fitted. From 1986, the F3 was delivered to front line units, the first being No.29 Sqn, Coningsby. The Tornado F3 is a 2 crew, variable geometry aircraft and is powered by 2 Rolls Royce / Turbo Union RB199 Mk 104 afterburning turbofans producing thrust of upto 33,000lbs to a speed of 1,480mph. Fuel is stored in integral tanks in the wings, fuselage and tail fin, as well as in underwing tanks. The Foxhunter radar provides an all-weather capability, allowing the use of beyond visual range weapon systems. Originally equipped with four Skyflash radar-guided medium range missiles and four AIM-9L Sidewinder infra-red homing air-to-air missiles, the F3 can now be fitted with Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAMs) and Advanced Short-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (ASRAAMs). The aircraft also has an internally-mounted 27mm Mauser cannon on the right hand side of the forward fuselage, along with chaff dispensers and flares for protection from anti-aircraft missiles.

Tornado is also in service in Saudi Arabia and Oman. It is a twinseat, twin-engined, variable geometry aircraft and is supersonic at all altitudes.
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Designed and built as a collaborative project in the UK, Germany and Italy, the Tornado is in service with all three air forces and the German Navy. Tornado is also in service in Saudi Arabia and Oman. It is a twin-seat, twin-engined, variable geometry aircraft and is supersonic at all altitudes. The design authority for the Tornado is Panavia, the tri-national consortium which comprises British Aerospace, DASA of Germany and the Italian firm Alenia. The wings of the the aircraft are high-mounted, variable, swept-back, and tapered with angular, blunt tips. There are two turbofan engines inside the body. The air intakes are diagonal and box-like alongside the fuselage forward of the wing roots. There are twin exhausts. The fuselage is solid and has a needle nose. The body thickens midsection and tapers to the tail section. There is a bubble cockpit. The tail is tall, swept-back, and has a tapered fin with a curved tip and a step in the leading edge. The flats are large, mid-mounted on the body, swept-back, and tapered with blunt tips. The Tornado GR1 strike/attack aircraft is capable of carrying a wide range of conventional stores, including the JP233 anti-airfield weapon, the ALARM anti-radar missile, and laser-guided bombs, as well as the WE-177 nuclear variable-yield free-fall bomb, first introduced into service in 1966. The last WE-177 was withdrawn from service in 1998. The reconnaissance version, designated the GR1A, retains the full operational capability of the GR1. The GR1B, equipped with Sea Eagle air-to-surface missiles, undertakes the anti-surface shipping role. For self-defence, the Tornado carries Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and is fitted with twin internal 27mm cannons.

9. Tornado, Panavia
It is a compact twinengined variable-geometry aircraft. The Tornado was also the first production military aircraft with flight-by-wire controls.
Tornado, Panavia
Photo by Evert J. van Koningsveld.
Multi-role aircraft developed and built in cooperation with Germany and Italy. It is a compact twin-engined variable-geometry aircraft. The Tornado was also the first production military aircraft with flight-by-wire controls. There are strike-attack (IDS), air defence (ADV) and electronic warfare (ECR) versions. The ADV has an elongated nose. The original contractors bought 933 aircraft, but production is still underway for Saudi-Arabia. The IDS version is considered a very effective attack aircraft, but the ADV has been critized because it is a long-range interceptor with little capacity for dogfights. British IDS Tornadoes will be upgraded to GR.4 configuration. The loss of six Tornadoes during the 1992 Gulf War resulted in a storm of criticisim, most of it unjustified. Type: Tornado F Mk.3
Function: fighter
Year: 1986
Crew: 2
Engines: 2 * 8530kg Turbo-union RB199-34R Mk.104
Wing Span: 13.91m /8.60m
Length: 18.08 m
Height: 5.95 m
Wing Area: 30.00 m2/

10. Panavia Tornado (1980 To Date)
In 1963 BAC undertook a private venture study of a military variable geometry aircraft and when the TSR.2 was abandoned the Government decided to pursue two
Panavia Tornado (1980 to date)
Tornado GR Mk 1 ZA593/H of 9 Sqn refuelling from Vulcan K Mk 2 XH560 of 50 Sqn 1994 (BAe photo) GR Mark 1 The first version was built for all three participating countries. All armament, apart from the two 27mm Mauser cannon, was carried externally and stores included typically eight 1,000lb bombs under fuselage, two 330 gal tanks on inner and pylons and generally a BOZ-107 chaff/flare dispenser and Sky Shadow jamming pod on outer pylons. There is provision for in-flight refuelling on the starboard side of the forward fuselage but the probe needs to be fitted semi-recessed as needed. The first production aircraft was ZA319 which flew on 10 July 1979 and service entry was with the unique Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment (TTTE) at Cottesmore in July 1980. The first operational unit to form on the Tornado was 9 Sqn early in 1982.
Service Tactical strike Training TTTE; TWU (45) Trials DRA; SAOEU; TOEU GR Mk 1 ZD810/AA of 9 Sqn in Gulf war camouflage seen at Alconbury in 1991 (Author) GR Mark 1(T) The 'two-stick' aircraft was similar to the GR Mk 1 but with dual controls for training. The variant was fully operational and served with all GR Mk 1 units.

11. Patent Descriptions
to an article done by the British magazine Aircraft Illustrated, the Pentagon was faxed a copy of this forward swept wing variable geometry aircraft and the
Patent Descriptions
Looking through the United States Patent and Trademark Office , i found quite a few aircraft designs relating to northrop and Lockheed over the past several years.
Some of you may have already seen some of these patent drawings on other websites and publications. Please be patient in loading time, there are quite a few files on this page and so some systems may take a while longer to load than others. Looking at some of the dates of when these were patented and filed, they are new programs. Some of course are probably cancelled even before they start properly designing it, others, like some of which you will see here may well be flying, as some eye witness reports suggest this.
All descriptions are below each image: Starting off with Northop Grumman Patents: Patent:- 5,984,231 Forward Swept Wing Aircraft Details:
Patent was issued on November 16th 1999.
Assignee: Northop Corporation. This design has got to be the most fascinating to come out of the patents we shall look at here.
Several witnesses have come forward to me saying they seen an aircraft with forward swept wings flying in southern Nevada and also Eastern California. Without photo evidence its hard to get the jist of what exactly they saw but looking at the patent above, we might get an idea.

12. Shenyang J-8
production MiG21s. It also incorporates technology gleaned from the Soviet MiG-23 variable geometry aircraft. Design work on the
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Shenyang J-8
Shenyang J-8-II
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Single-seat multi-role fighter Country of Origin: China (PRC) Current Status: In Service, Under Development The J-8 (Chinese name Jianjiji-8 (Fighter Aircraft 8) or Jian-8) was the subject of an advanced fighter programme that started in China in the late 1960s. The J-8 was the first PLAAF aircraft of domestic design. The overall configuration is a straightforward enlargement of the MiG-21/J-7 layout to accommodate two engines. Although it resembled Mikoyan’s experimental Ye-152A, contrary to some reports, it was not based on that aircraft. Production began in December 1979, with about 100 aircraft of the first configuration entering service.
The J-8 is a delta-wing aircraft with vertical tail surfaces similar to late-production MiG-21s. It also incorporates technology gleaned from the Soviet MiG-23 variable geometry aircraft.
Design work on the improved J-8-II began in 1980, with production beginning in the late 1980s. The J-8-II has a completely new front end with much larger radar and ventral inlets, along with other less obvious improvements. The improved aircraft was comparable in aerodynamic performance to the Soviet Su-15 "Flagon".

13. Home Frame - Multidisciplinary Flight Dynamics And Control Laboratory - Cal Stat
highperformance aircraft such as Joint Strike Fighter, supersonic short take off vertical landing (STOVL), variable geometry aircraft, airbreathing hypersonic
The Multidisciplinary Flight Dynamics and Control Laboratory of California State University, Los Angeles is headed by professor Maj. Dean Mirmirani. Launched in October of 2002, this website will inform you of the activities of our group in the field of research.
Mission Statement
To use state-of-the-art computing and networking technologies and CAE software to enable "virtual aircraft design," the ability to simulate an entire aircraft via computational capabilities for rapid development and design iteration.
To develop crucial technology bases for NASA, the Air Force and the aerospace industry for future priorities and projects including high-performance aircraft such as Joint Strike Fighter, supersonic short take off vertical landing (STOVL), variable geometry aircraft, airbreathing hypersonic flight program, Hyper-X (X-43A), reusable launch vehicles (X-37), and Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (X-45)
To develop intelligent self-commanding, self-diagnosing, and self-repairing flight control systems for autonomous flight, formation flying spacecraft, and Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV)
To develop high-efficiency, low-environmental-impact propulsion systems

14. British Association - Tayside & Fife Branch
of WW2; the Wild Goose and Swallow variablegeometry aircraft; the Heyday efficient torpedo; design for a radio telescope. Norman Boorer
© Iain Murray 2003 - 18 th November 2003) PUBLIC LECTURE - Report
The Public Lecture "Sir Barnes Wallis - one of the 20th Century's Greatest Engineers" by Mr. Norman Boorer OBE ( Brooklands Museum , Weybridge, Surrey) held on Tuesday 21 October 2003, was attended by an eager audience of around 250 members of the public. They heard Mr Boorer talk for over an hour-and-a-half about Sir Barnes Wallis (his long-term colleague), and describe his famous "dambusting" bomb, and also some of Wallis' lesser-known projects. The talk was illustrated by some rare photographs from the speaker's own collection, video clips of tests of the "bouncing" bombs and some of the swing-wing aircraft, and rounded off with a recording of Wallis himself. Speaker Norman Boorer (centre) prior to his lecture, with (from left to right)
Norman Boorer worked in aeronautics for fifty years, much of it alongside Barnes Wallis himself. Initially a craftsman, he became a draughtsman and designer on various Vickers aircraft, also working on the “dambusting” bomb and the later “earthquake” bombs during the war. From 1945 he worked on swing-wing aircraft, rising to Chief Project Engineer and eventually Executive Assistant to the Chairman of BAC. Since his retiral in 1981, he has been a voluntary consultant at the Brooklands Museum, home to a complete Wellington recovered from Loch Ness in 1985 and several examples of Wallis’s bombs. The range of Wallis' work covered in the lecture included:

15. Military/Veteran Glossary, Terms And Abbreviations
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16. Uztermoff.html
Translate this page variable valve timing. distribution à programme variable. variable-geometry aircraft. avion à flèche variable (aéronautique). varied flow. uzTermofficiels.html
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17. Variable Geometry Wing Home Page
Describes a method for changing the wing area of fixed wing aircraft.
Variable Geometry Wing is an invention of a retractable/extendable wing system that allows dramatic changes in wing area.
Varigeowing is looking for partnership for development and technical application of our invention.
Contact: Fred Wagner
POB 241167
Charlotte, NC 28224-1167
U.S. Patent Awarded 6/016,214,195
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19. Geometry Definitions
the left. Top View. The top view shows a simple wing geometry, like that found on a light general aviation aircraft. The front of
This slide gives technical definitions of a wing's geometry, which is one of the chief factors affecting airplane lift and drag. The terminology is used throughout the airplane industry and is also found in the FoilSim interactive airfoil simulation program developed here at NASA Glenn. Actual aircraft wings are complex three-dimensional objects, but we will start with some simple definitions. The figure shows the wing viewed from three directions; the upper left shows the view from the top looking down on the wing, the lower left shows the view from the front looking at the wing leading edge, and the right shows a side view from the left looking in towards the centerline. The side view shows an airfoil shape with the leading edge to the left. Top View
The top view shows a simple wing geometry, like that found on a light general aviation aircraft. The front of the wing (at the bottom) is called the leading edge ; the back of the wing (at the top) is called the trailing edge . The distance from the leading edge to the trailing edge is called the chord , denoted by the symbol c . The ends of the wing are called the wing tips , and the distance from one wing tip to the other is called the span , given the symbol s . The shape of the wing, when viewed from above looking down onto the wing, is called a

20. Uiuc_aircraft.h.html
/* geometry aircraftspecific geometric quantities =*/ map string int geometry_map; define geometry_map aircraft_- geometry_map double bw
FILENAME: uiuc_aircraft.h DESCRIPTION: creates maps for all keywords and variables expected in aircraft input file, includes all parameters that define the aircraft for use in the uiuc aircraft models. STATUS: alpha version REFERENCES: HISTORY: 01/26/2000 initial release 02/10/2000 (JS) changed aeroData to aeroParts (etc.) added Twin Otter 2.5 equation variables added controlsMixer to top level map 02/18/2000 (JS) added variables needed for 1D file reading of CL and CD as functions of alpha 02/29/2000 (JS) added variables needed for 2D file reading of CL, CD, and Cm as functions of alpha and delta_e; of CY and Cn as function of alpha and delta_r; and of Cl and Cn as functions of alpha and delta_a 03/02/2000 (JS) added record features for 1D and 2D interpolations VARIABLES: INPUTS: none OUTPUTS: none CALLED BY: uiuc_1DdataFileReader.cpp

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