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Initial Calibration of an F-16B Pacer Aircraft.

Contributor(s): Woolf, Reagan K | AIR FORCE FLIGHT TEST CENTER EDWARDS AFB CA.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, SEP 2008Description: 232 pages ; 23 x 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Jet fighters | Calibration | Attack and fighter aircraft | Test facilities, equipment and meteors | Angle of attack | Static pressure | Transport aircraft | Uncertainty | Flight testing | Pressure | C-17 AIRCRAFT | F-16 AIRCRAFT | F-16B AIRCRAFT | T-38C AIRCRAFT | F-15B AIRCRAFTSummary: This report presents the calibration results for the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) pacer aircraft. The responsible test organization was the 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, California. The overall test objective was to calibrate the F-16B, USAF S/N 92-0457, pacer air data system. The specific test objectives were to (1) determine the static and total source error corrections for the pacer Pitot-static systems, and (2) determine the total air temperature probe recovery factor and probe bias. Testing was conducted at the AFFTC, Edwards AFB, California and consisted of 4 flights totaling 9 flight test hours. All test objectives were met.
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Final rept. 19 Nov 2004-31 Mar 2005.

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This report presents the calibration results for the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) pacer aircraft. The responsible test organization was the 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, California. The overall test objective was to calibrate the F-16B, USAF S/N 92-0457, pacer air data system. The specific test objectives were to (1) determine the static and total source error corrections for the pacer Pitot-static systems, and (2) determine the total air temperature probe recovery factor and probe bias. Testing was conducted at the AFFTC, Edwards AFB, California and consisted of 4 flights totaling 9 flight test hours. All test objectives were met.

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