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Air Resistance Force
Air Resistance=Air Constant*Velocity^2 GO
Archimedes Principle
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Wavelength Of The Wave(Using Velocity)
Wavelength Of A Wave=Velocity*Time Period Of Progressive Wave GO
Time Period (Using Velocity )
Time Period Of Progressive Wave=Wavelength/Velocity GO
Stokes Force
Stokes Force=6*pi*Radius*Dynamic viscosity*Velocity GO
Angular Frequency (Using Velocity )
Angular Frequency=(2*pi*Velocity)/Wavelength GO
Centripetal Force
Centripetal Force=(Mass*(Velocity)^2)/Radius GO
Frequency Of Wavelength ( Using Velocity )
frequency=Velocity/Wavelength Of A Wave GO
Wave Number (Using Angular Frequency)
Wave Number=Angular Frequency/Velocity GO
Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy=(Mass*Velocity^2)/2 GO
Wavelength Of The Wave(Using Frequency)
Wavelength=Velocity/frequency GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Radius of turn for a given lift coefficient
Turn Radius=2*Weight/(Freestream density*Reference Area*[g]*lift coefficient) GO
Radius of turn for a given wing loading
Turn Radius=2*Wing Loading/(Freestream density*lift coefficient*[g]) GO
Turn radius
Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*sqrt((Load factor^2)-1)) GO
Pull-down maneuver radius
Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor+1)) GO
Turn radius for a high load factor
Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*Load factor) GO

Pull-up maneuver radius Formula

Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor-1))
R=(v^2)/([g]*(n-1))
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Velocity for a given pull-up maneuver radius GO
Load factor for a given pull-up maneuver radius GO
Pull-up maneuver rate GO
Load factor for a given pull-up maneuver rate GO
Velocity for a given pull-up maneuver rate GO
Pull-down maneuver radius GO
Velocity for a given pull-down maneuver radius GO
Load factor for a given pull-down maneuver radius GO
Velocity for a given pull-down maneuver rate GO

What is split S maneuver?

The Split S is an air combat maneuver mostly used to disengage from combat. To execute a Split S, the pilot half-rolls their aircraft inverted and executes a descending half-loop, resulting in level flight in the opposite direction at a lower altitude.

How to Calculate Pull-up maneuver radius?

Pull-up maneuver radius calculator uses Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor-1)) to calculate the Turn Radius, The Pull-up maneuver radius is a function of the velocity and load factor of the aircraft. Lift is greater than weight in this case. Turn Radius and is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Pull-up maneuver radius using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Pull-up maneuver radius, enter Velocity (v) and Load factor (n) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Pull-up maneuver radius calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1835.489 = (60^2)/([g]*(1.2-1)).

FAQ

What is Pull-up maneuver radius?
The Pull-up maneuver radius is a function of the velocity and load factor of the aircraft. Lift is greater than weight in this case and is represented as R=(v^2)/([g]*(n-1)) or Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor-1)). 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). and Load factor is the ratio of the aerodynamic force on the aircraft to the gross weight of the aircraft.
How to calculate Pull-up maneuver radius?
The Pull-up maneuver radius is a function of the velocity and load factor of the aircraft. Lift is greater than weight in this case is calculated using Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor-1)). To calculate Pull-up maneuver radius, you need Velocity (v) and Load factor (n). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity and Load factor 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 Turn Radius?
In this formula, Turn Radius uses Velocity and Load factor. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*sqrt((Load factor^2)-1))
  • Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*(Load factor+1))
  • Turn Radius=(Velocity^2)/([g]*Load factor)
  • Turn Radius=2*Weight/(Freestream density*Reference Area*[g]*lift coefficient)
  • Turn Radius=2*Wing Loading/(Freestream density*lift coefficient*[g])
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