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Performance Analysis of a Float-Type Fuel Supply Valve through Flight Tests
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Performance Analysis of a Float-Type Fuel Supply Valve through Flight Tests
Jung, Sungmin; Park, Jeong-Bae;
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At negative-g condition, a float-type valve can open the passage of fuel in order to it flows continuously through a pressurized fuel tank system. Since specialized test conditions and high-cost supports are required, it is truly difficult to test the valve in a real high-speed test. Therefore, this paper contains performance analysis of a float-type fuel supply valve through flight tests conducting roll and negative-g maneuvers.
Float-Type;Fuel Supply Valve;Negative-g;Buoyancy;Flight Test;
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