Flight Test Investigation

School of Physics, Engineering and Computer Science

Assignment Briefing Sheet (2021/22 Academic Year)

Section A: Assignment title, important dates and weighting

Assignment title: Flight Test Investigation

Module title: Pilot Studies and Flight Planning Pilot Studies and Flight Analysis

Group or individual:

6ENT1149, 6ENT1150

Pilot Studies and Flight Planning Pilot Studies and Flight Analysis

Individual

Flight Test Investigation Module code:

Module leader:

Moderator’s initials:

Joanna Rawska Submission deadline:

Target date for return of marked assignment:

25

Monday11April

2022

Monday14March2022

09:00 You are expected to spend about

hours to complete this assignment to a satisfactory standard.

25% This assignment is worth of the overall assessment for this module.

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Student ID numberYear Code




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SchoolofPhysics,EngineeringandComputerScience

Assignment Briefing Sheet (2021/22 Academic Year)

This Assignment assesses the following module Intended Learning Outcomes (from Definitive Module Document): Demonstrate understanding of the various modes of motion, principles of flight, performance characteristics and handling qualities from a pilots perspective Be able to measure and evaluate critically the performance characteristics of an aircraft from flight data
Assignment Brief: Using flight-simulation software (X-plane, Merlin, Desktop controls, Microsoft FS) undertake a flight test exercise of a Cessna 172.

Submit a formal lab report investigating the following: Flight-test analysis of the following manoeuvres, critically analysing what is happening to the aircraft. Flying at best-glide speed, no flaps deployed and power at idle, representing a practice forced landing Full-power climb at 70 knots and one stage of flap, representing climb-out Spiral dive (NOT a spin) Stall at 1500rpm engine speed and no flaps deployed You must provide evidence of your own recorded data. Your personal accuracy of flight is not an assessment factor; however, practicing to improve your skill will undoubtedly provide more accurate and relevant data, and where your flight is not a typical one you should repeat it until it is. The minimum data you will need to record are: times, speeds, distances, altitude, thrust, deflections of all control surfaces. The report should include background theory which discusses the various environmental and physical factors that affect aircraft performance. Refer to section 4 of the 172 POH for speeds and section 5 for performance tables (or equivalent if using another aircraft). When producing graphs, be sure to consider all relevant parameters, and choose the most significant combinations to compare. For instance, plotting roll angle during a stall is relevant because it identifies whether a wing drops; plotting lift versus angle of attack isn’t very useful because it will simply reproduce the lift curve for the aircraft’s wing section. Choose very carefully what parameters to plot against each other – in many cases, plotting a parameter against time will be best, but not always. Where you plot multiple graphs (which will be the case for most conditions), show the graphs at a reasonable size, consider carefully what scaling and range to use (don’t plot the entire flight or the relevant part will be almost invisible), and use the same time range for all graphs (where relevant) so that multiple parameters can be compared easily.
Submission Requirements: The report should be submitted as a PDF document via StudyNet. This will be marked anonymously so do not put your name on your work, SRN only. The report must not exceed 12 pages in total, including cover page, contents and appendices / attachments.

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Marks awarded for: 10% for introduction 10% for choice of the performance factors, with suitable explanations 30% for presentation, graphical display, relevance and clarity of flight data 40% for critical analysis of flight data 10% for conclusion Please see the attached marking criteria grid for more details.
Type of Feedback to be given for this assignment: Individual feedback and comments will be provided via a returned copy of the report, with overall marks displayed on StudyNet.

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Criteria
Ratings
Out- standingExcellentVery goodGoodSatisfactoryMarginal passMarginal failClear failLittle or nothing of merit
Points
100%80-99%70-79%60-69%50-59%40-49%30-39%20-29%1-19%0%
Introduction
Clear and complete introduction with no extraneous or irrelevant materialComprehensive coverage of the introduction, all relevant factors stated clearly and concisely.Good coverage of the introduction, clear explanation of the relevant factors and most relevant material includedSatisfactory context provided showing some evidence of relevant reading. Main factors given but not clearly expressed. Some irrelevant contentSome context provided showing some evidence of relevant reading. Some or most of the main factors given but not clearly expressed. Significant irrelevant or incorrect contentLimited evidence of effort or thought. A basic introduction. Some evidence that the author has read relevant literature in order to establish a context however little attempt to ensure it is relevantVery limited evidence of effort or thought. A basic introduction. Little or no evidence that the author has read relevant literature in order to establish a context and little attempt to relate it to the assignmentLittle or no evidence of effort or thought. A very simple introduction produced with minimal effort

10 pts8 pts7 pts6 pts5 pts4 pts3 pts2 pts1 pt0 pts
Choice of performance factors, with suitable explanations
Careful and comprehensive selection of all relevant factors, with full and accurate explanations, related to the flight conditions consideredVery good choice of factors, together with accurate explanations of their relevance to the assignmentGood choice and a good number of factors chosen and clear explanations of their applicabilitySatisfactory choice of factors, with good explanations of their applicability, but could have chosen more factors or more appropriate onesA few relevant factors chosen and fair explanations, but too few selected, or could have made a more- suitable selectionToo few or inappropriate factors selected, with inaccurate or vague explanationsVery few factors selected, and those that were are a poor choice. Little or no explanation, or explanations are not correctLittle or nothing of merit offered

10 pts8 pts7 pts6 pts5 pts4 pts3 pts2 pts1 pt0 pts




Criteria
Ratings
Out- standingExcellentVery goodGoodSatisfactoryMarginal passMarginal failClear failLittle or nothing of merit
Points
100%80-99%70-79%60-69%50-59%40-49%30-39%20-29%1-19%0%
Presentation, graphical display and clarity of flight data
Clear, well-sized and informative graphs with appropriate grouping of parametersVery good, comprehensive choice of graphs, properly scaled and very good grouping of relevant parametersGood selection of good quality, relevant graphs. Good matching of parameters on each graph, with appropriate scales and limitsSatisfactory selection of relevant, high- quality graphs with reasonable choice of scales and grouping of parameters. Adjacent graphs properly aligned to allow cross- comparisonFair choice of scales and graph size but could be improved. Scale intervals could have been chosen to be clearer. Insufficient parameters shown, and/or grouping of parameters could have been betterPoor selection of scales, graph size could be improved, grouping of parameters onto each graph inappropriate. Too few graphs or too few parameters selectedToo few graphs or parameters, graphs not clear, poor choice of graph scales make them difficult to interpret, graphs too small. Inappropriate choice of parameter combinationsGraphs poor quality or irrelevant

30 pts25 pts23 pts20 pts17 pts14 pts10 pts8 pts3 pts0 pts




Criteria
Ratings
Out- standingExcellentVery goodGoodSatisfactoryMarginal passMarginal failClear failLittle or nothing of merit
Points
100%80-99%70-79%60-69%50-59%40-49%30-39%20-29%1-19%0%
Critical analysis of flight data
An excellent and thoughtful comparison of all results, with clear and detailed explanation of discrepancies, identification of sources of error in each methodVery good comparison of the results obtained, giving clear and precise reasons for the differences, clear identification of sources of error for each method. Explanations given are factually accurate and credibleGood discussion, drawing clear comparisons between the methods used. Good and credible reasons offered to explain discrepancies, with a full and concise narrativeSatisfactory explanation of the results obtained and a good comparison of the results and the reasons behind both the similarities and the differencesBarely acceptable comparison of the results obtained by each method, but some elements of describing the graphs rather than the reasons for what they show. Little or no discussion of sources of error, or the sources stated may not be credible or significantLacks detail in the comparison of results, explanation limited to describing what can be seen already rather than the reasons behind it. Limited or questionable discussion of sources of errorLittle attempt at a meaningful discussion of the resultsDiscussion limited to a description of the shape of the graphs rather than any thought given to the reasons behind it

40 pts34 pts30 pts26 pts22 pts18 pts14 pts10 pts4 pts0 pts




Criteria
Ratings
Out- standingExcellentVery goodGoodSatisfactoryMarginal passMarginal failClear failLittle or nothing of merit
Points
100%80-99%70-79%60-69%50-59%40-49%30-39%20-29%1-19%0%
Conclusion
Excellent drawing together of the key points found, clear conclusions drawn from the analysis and discussion of results. Accurate and meaningful discussion of what has been achieved, with no unsupported statements. Concise summary and closure of reportVery good drawing together of the key points found, clear conclusions drawn from the analysis and discussion of results, with no unsupported statements. Concise summary and closure of reportKey conclusions drawn from the analysis and discussion, no unsupported conclusions drawn. Concise and accurate summaryConclusions drawn only from the results, with no additional or unsupported conclusions. Good discussion and summarises the previous sections. Little or no irrelevant materialExtent of conclusions is adequate but limited, leaving the reader to draw their own conclusions from the rest of the report. Some statements may not be supported by the evidence in the reportLimited discussion, with perhaps only a line or two of content. Some statements may not be supported by evidence or not be related to the report contentVery limited discussion, with little or no reference to the results obtainedLittle or no relevant discussion

10 pts8 pts7 pts6 pts5 pts4 pts3 pts2 pts1 pt0 pts
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