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Indian Institute for Aeronautical Engineering and Information Technology (IIAEIT), Pune
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Drag Coefficient for given zero-lift drag coefficient
Drag Coefficient=Zero-lift drag coefficient+((lift coefficient^2)/(pi*Oswald efficiency factor*Aspect Ratio of a wing)) GO
Drag Coefficient for given parasite drag coefficient
Drag Coefficient=Parasite Drag coefficient+((lift coefficient^2)/(pi*Oswald efficiency factor*Aspect Ratio of a wing)) GO
Coefficient of Drag due to lift
Coefficient of drag due to lift=(lift coefficient^2)/(pi*Oswald efficiency factor*Aspect Ratio of a wing) GO
Parasite Drag Coefficient at zero lift
Zero-lift drag coefficient=Drag Coefficient-Coefficient of drag due to lift 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 level, unaccelerated flight
Thrust of an aircraft=Dynamic Pressure*Area*Drag Coefficient GO
Dynamic pressure based on coefficient of lift
Dynamic Pressure=Lift force/(lift coefficient*Area) GO
Dynamic pressure
Dynamic Pressure=Drag Force/(Drag Coefficient*Area) GO
Lift Force
Lift force=lift coefficient*Dynamic Pressure*Area GO
Drag force
Drag Force=Drag Coefficient*Dynamic Pressure*Area GO

Power required at sea-level condition Formula

Power required at sea-level=sqrt(2*(Weight^3)*(Drag Coefficient^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*Reference Area*(lift coefficient^3)))
P<sub>R,0</sub>=sqrt(2*(W^3)*(C<sub>D</sub>^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*S*(C<sub>L</sub>^3)))
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How to Calculate Power required at sea-level condition?

Power required at sea-level condition calculator uses Power required at sea-level=sqrt(2*(Weight^3)*(Drag Coefficient^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*Reference Area*(lift coefficient^3))) to calculate the Power required at sea-level, The Power required at sea-level condition for an aircraft is a function of the weight, reference area, and aerodynamic coefficients of the aircraft. Power required at sea-level and is denoted by PR,0 symbol.

How to calculate Power required at sea-level condition using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power required at sea-level condition, enter Weight (W), Drag Coefficient (CD), Reference Area (S) and lift coefficient (CL) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power required at sea-level condition calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1804.073 = sqrt(2*(100^3)*(100^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*5*(10^3))).

FAQ

What is Power required at sea-level condition?
The Power required at sea-level condition for an aircraft is a function of the weight, reference area, and aerodynamic coefficients of the aircraft and is represented as PR,0=sqrt(2*(W^3)*(CD^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*S*(CL^3))) or Power required at sea-level=sqrt(2*(Weight^3)*(Drag Coefficient^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*Reference Area*(lift coefficient^3))). Weight is a vector quantity and defined as the product of mass and acceleration acting on that mass, Drag Coefficient is a dimensionless quantity that is used to quantify the drag or resistance of an object in a fluid environment, such as air or water, The Reference Area is arbitrarily an area that is characteristic of the object being considered. For an aircraft wing, the wing's planform area is called the reference wing area or simply wing area and The lift coefficient (CL) is a dimensionless coefficient that relates the lift generated by a lifting body to the fluid density around the body, the fluid velocity and an associated reference area. .
How to calculate Power required at sea-level condition?
The Power required at sea-level condition for an aircraft is a function of the weight, reference area, and aerodynamic coefficients of the aircraft is calculated using Power required at sea-level=sqrt(2*(Weight^3)*(Drag Coefficient^2)/([Std-Air-Density-Sea]*Reference Area*(lift coefficient^3))). To calculate Power required at sea-level condition, you need Weight (W), Drag Coefficient (CD), Reference Area (S) and lift coefficient (CL). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Weight, Drag Coefficient, Reference Area and lift coefficient and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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