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Elevator Hinge moment coefficient
Hinge moment coefficient=Hinge moment/(0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator area*Elevator chord) GO

Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force Formula

Hinge moment coefficient=Stick Force/(Gearing ratio*0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator chord*Elevator area)
C<sub>h<sub>e</sub></sub>=𝙁/(𝑮*0.5*ρ*(v^2)*c<sub>e</sub>*S<sub>e</sub>)
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How to Calculate Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force?

Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force calculator uses Hinge moment coefficient=Stick Force/(Gearing ratio*0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator chord*Elevator area) to calculate the Hinge moment coefficient, The Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force is a function of the control system's gearing ratio, elevator chord, area, flight altitude, and velocity. Hinge moment coefficient and is denoted by Che symbol.

How to calculate Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force, enter Stick Force (𝙁), Gearing ratio (𝑮), Density (ρ), Velocity (v), Elevator chord (ce) and Elevator area (Se) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.017E-6 = 2/(0.93*0.5*997*(60^2)*0.6*0.99).

FAQ

What is Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force?
The Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force is a function of the control system's gearing ratio, elevator chord, area, flight altitude, and velocity and is represented as Che=𝙁/(𝑮*0.5*ρ*(v^2)*ce*Se) or Hinge moment coefficient=Stick Force/(Gearing ratio*0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator chord*Elevator area). Stick Force is the force exerted on the control column by the pilot of an airplane in flight, Gearing ratio is a measure of the mechanical advantage provided by the control system of an aircraft, The density of a material shows the denseness of that material in a specific given area. This is taken as mass per unit volume of a given object. , Velocity, in physics, is a vector quantity (it has both magnitude and direction), and is the time rate of change of position (of an object). , Elevator chord is the chord length of an elevator measured from its hinge line to trailing edge and The Elevator area is the area of the control surface responsible for providing pitching motion to an aircraft.
How to calculate Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force?
The Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force is a function of the control system's gearing ratio, elevator chord, area, flight altitude, and velocity is calculated using Hinge moment coefficient=Stick Force/(Gearing ratio*0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator chord*Elevator area). To calculate Hinge moment coefficient for given stick force, you need Stick Force (𝙁), Gearing ratio (𝑮), Density (ρ), Velocity (v), Elevator chord (ce) and Elevator area (Se). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Stick Force, Gearing ratio, Density, Velocity, Elevator chord and Elevator area 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 Hinge moment coefficient?
In this formula, Hinge moment coefficient uses Stick Force, Gearing ratio, Density, Velocity, Elevator chord and Elevator area. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Hinge moment coefficient=Hinge moment/(0.5*Density*(Velocity^2)*Elevator area*Elevator chord)
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