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PROFESSOR ARTURO HERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ

TEAM MEMBERS
-MAURICIO CRUZ SANTIAGO
-JUAN PEDRO ALVAREZ TREJO
-VICTOR HUGO SOLIS TINOCO
-JOSÉ CARLOSLÓPEZ MODESTO
-PEDRO ANTONIO ROJAS MARTÍNEZ

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An aircraft operating speeds
Speeds or speeds V characteristics are speeds that define certain performance andlimitations of an aircraft. These are set by the manufacturer during the design and testing, and are specific to each aircraft model. Usually the characteristics are related to the speed at which airmoves the aircraft and are therefore wind speed. In many cases, are defined in reference to the standard atmosphere or other specific conditions, and / or the weight of the fully loaded aircraft, thepilot is responsible for calculating the effective value based on the weight and density of the air current in the operating the aircraft.
Normally, the speeds are defined by the aeronauticalauthorities.
V1
Decision speed. It is the maximum speed at which the pilot can still stop and abort the takeoff aircraft without leaving the track. It is also the minimum speed that allows the pilot tosafely continue to V2 but a critical failure occurs motor (between V1 and V2).
V2
Safe takeoff speed, being greater than 120% of V1. For a speed of 84 knots V1, V2 would 100.8 knots. The speed tobe achieved, with one engine inoperative, to start the climb safely even with one engine inoperative and with sufficient margin to cross any obstacles that would. Be achieved when the aircraft is 35feet (12 meters) above the door (this parameter is typical, but varies according to the category of aircraft).
V3.- Flap retraction speed.
VA
Maneuvering speed (stall speed to the legal maximumG-force, and therefore the maximum rate at which abrupt changes in the attitude of the aircraft by the pilot will not cause it to exceed its limits forces support -G). The operating speed is...