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Minimum Thrust required for given weight
Thrust of an aircraft=(Dynamic Pressure*Reference Area*Zero-lift drag coefficient)+((Weight^2)/(Dynamic Pressure*Reference Area*pi*Oswald efficiency factor*Aspect Ratio of a wing)) GO
Power required for given aerodynamic coefficients
Power=Weight*Freestream Velocity*Drag Coefficient/lift coefficient GO
Coefficient of Drag for given thrust and weight
Drag Coefficient=Thrust of an aircraft*lift coefficient/Weight GO
Coefficient of Lift for given thrust and weight
lift coefficient=Weight*Drag Coefficient/Thrust of an aircraft GO
Thrust for given coefficients of lift and drag
Thrust of an aircraft=Drag Coefficient*Weight/lift coefficient GO
Lift for an unaccelerated flight
Lift force=Weight-(Thrust of an aircraft*sin(Thrust angle)) GO
Thrust angle for an unaccelerated flight for given lift
Thrust angle=asin((Weight-Lift force)/Thrust of an aircraft) GO
Thrust required for given Lift-to-drag ratio
Thrust of an aircraft=Weight/Lift-to-drag ratio GO
Lift-to-drag ratio for given required thrust
Lift-to-drag ratio=Weight/Thrust of an aircraft GO
Flight path angle at a given rate of climb
Flight path angle=asin(Rate of Climb/Velocity) GO
Velocity of aircraft at a given rate of climb
Velocity=Rate of Climb/sin(Flight path angle) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Excess power
Excess Power=Velocity*(Thrust of an aircraft-Drag Force) GO

Excess power for given rate of climb Formula

Excess Power=Rate of Climb*Weight
P<sub>excess</sub>=R/C*W
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Rate of Climb GO
Velocity of aircraft at a given rate of climb GO
Flight path angle at a given rate of climb GO
Excess power GO
Thrust available for given excess power GO
Total Drag for given excess power GO
Velocity of aircraft for given excess power GO
Rate of Climb for given excess power GO
Weight of aircraft for given excess power GO

What is the climb rate of a Boeing 747?

During normal flights, the 747-400 & 747-8 has a climb rate ranging from 2000 to 4000 feet per minute.

How to Calculate Excess power for given rate of climb?

Excess power for given rate of climb calculator uses Excess Power=Rate of Climb*Weight to calculate the Excess Power, The Excess power for given rate of climb is the product of the rate of climb and weight of the aircraft. Excess Power and is denoted by Pexcess symbol.

How to calculate Excess power for given rate of climb using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Excess power for given rate of climb, enter Rate of Climb (R/C) and Weight (W) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Excess power for given rate of climb calculation can be explained with given input values -> 500 = 5*100.

FAQ

What is Excess power for given rate of climb?
The Excess power for given rate of climb is the product of the rate of climb and weight of the aircraft and is represented as Pexcess=R/C*W or Excess Power=Rate of Climb*Weight. The Rate of Climb (RoC) is defined as the aircraft's vertical speed – the positive or negative rate of altitude change with respect to time and Weight is a vector quantity and defined as the product of mass and acceleration acting on that mass.
How to calculate Excess power for given rate of climb?
The Excess power for given rate of climb is the product of the rate of climb and weight of the aircraft is calculated using Excess Power=Rate of Climb*Weight. To calculate Excess power for given rate of climb, you need Rate of Climb (R/C) and Weight (W). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Rate of Climb and Weight and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Excess Power?
In this formula, Excess Power uses Rate of Climb and Weight. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Excess Power=Velocity*(Thrust of an aircraft-Drag Force)
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