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7 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Velocity of aircraft for given excess power
Velocity=Excess Power/(Thrust of an aircraft-Drag Force) GO
Thrust available for given excess power
Thrust force=Drag Force+(Excess Power/Velocity) GO
Total Drag for given excess power
Drag Force=Thrust force-(Excess Power/Velocity) 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
Rate of Climb for given excess power
Rate of Climb=Excess Power/Weight GO
Excess power for given rate of climb
Excess Power=Rate of Climb*Weight GO

9 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Weight of aircraft during ground roll
Weight=(Rolling Resistance/Coefficient of Rolling Friction)+Lift force GO
Weight of aircraft for given required power
Weight=Power*lift coefficient/(Freestream Velocity*Drag Coefficient) GO
Weight of aircraft for given coefficients of lift and drag
Weight=lift coefficient*Thrust of an aircraft/Drag Coefficient GO
Weight of aircraft in level, unaccelerated flight
Weight=Lift force+(Thrust of an aircraft*sin(Thrust angle)) GO
Weight of aircraft for given Lift-to-drag ratio
Weight=Thrust of an aircraft*Lift-to-drag ratio GO
Weight of aircraft for a level, unaccelerated flight at negligible thrust angle
Weight=Dynamic Pressure*Area*lift coefficient GO
Total weight of the ram of hydraulic accumulator
Weight=Pressure intensity*Area of sliding ram GO
Weight during level turn
Weight=Lift force*cos(Bank angle) GO
Weight for a given load factor
Weight=Lift force/Load factor GO

Weight of aircraft for given excess power Formula

Weight=Excess Power/Rate of Climb
W=P<sub>excess</sub>/R/C
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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
Excess power for given rate of climb GO

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How to Calculate Weight of aircraft for given excess power?

Weight of aircraft for given excess power calculator uses Weight=Excess Power/Rate of Climb to calculate the Weight, The Weight of aircraft for given excess power of an aircraft is given by the ratio of excess power and rate of climb of the aircraft. Weight and is denoted by W symbol.

How to calculate Weight of aircraft for given excess power using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Weight of aircraft for given excess power, enter Excess Power (Pexcess) and Rate of Climb (R/C) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Weight of aircraft for given excess power calculation can be explained with given input values -> 300 = 1500/5.

FAQ

What is Weight of aircraft for given excess power?
The Weight of aircraft for given excess power of an aircraft is given by the ratio of excess power and rate of climb of the aircraft and is represented as W=Pexcess/R/C or Weight=Excess Power/Rate of Climb. Excess Power is defined as the difference between the power available and the power required at a particular speed and altitude of aircraft and 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.
How to calculate Weight of aircraft for given excess power?
The Weight of aircraft for given excess power of an aircraft is given by the ratio of excess power and rate of climb of the aircraft is calculated using Weight=Excess Power/Rate of Climb. To calculate Weight of aircraft for given excess power, you need Excess Power (Pexcess) and Rate of Climb (R/C). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Excess Power and Rate of Climb 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 Weight?
In this formula, Weight uses Excess Power and Rate of Climb. We can use 9 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Weight=Lift force+(Thrust of an aircraft*sin(Thrust angle))
  • Weight=Dynamic Pressure*Area*lift coefficient
  • Weight=lift coefficient*Thrust of an aircraft/Drag Coefficient
  • Weight=Thrust of an aircraft*Lift-to-drag ratio
  • Weight=Power*lift coefficient/(Freestream Velocity*Drag Coefficient)
  • Weight=(Rolling Resistance/Coefficient of Rolling Friction)+Lift force
  • Weight=Lift force*cos(Bank angle)
  • Weight=Lift force/Load factor
  • Weight=Pressure intensity*Area of sliding ram
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