Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, Aero (1970- 1978)

Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, Aero (1970- 1978)

 

Recent Submissions

  • Bercin, A,N (1993-03)
    Noise and vibration are important design issues for many types of vehicles such as ships, cars, and aeroplanes. Structure borne sound, which may be of relatively high frequency, usually emanates from an engine or some ...
  • Howe, D. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1975-08)
    The 868 aircraft design study was for a multi-role strike aircraft with a variable sweepback wing. The study was undertaken as the result of experience gained in a previous investigation of a naval strike aircraft, the ...
  • Howe, D. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1973-08)
    The E67 design was for a vertical take off and landing aircraft for executive use. Vertical flight capability was achieved by using the tilt wing concept. In the initial version of the design power was provided by two ...
  • Howe, D. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1972-07)
    This report is concerned with a description of the detail design features of the A71 project study. This aircraft is an airliner designed for operation off single 2000 ft long runways. The overall description of the ...
  • Howe, D.; Ward, R. E. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1972-06)
    The interest in STOL airliners was reflected in the choice of a 100-118 passenger short range aircraft of this type as the 1971 design project. In addition to the use of the study for detailed investigation by the ...
  • Howe, D. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1972-05)
    During the 1970 academic year the students in Aircraft Design worked on the design of a vertical take off and landing airliner. The aircraft is intended to be capable of carrying up to 118 passengers over stage lengths ...
  • Howe, D. (Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics, 1970-04)
    A design study of a counter insurgency aircraft with a suction boundary layer controlled wing to give high lift has been undertaken. The work was carried out by the students in the Department of Aircraft Design during ...