Contribution ofWing, Vertical Tail and Fuselage on Airplane Stability with Failed Outboard Engine


The Effect of wing, vertical tail, and fuselage design parameters on airplane stabilitywith failed outboard engine presents in this study. Boeing (747-400) have been selectedfor available data. The semi empirical equations (Datacom) have been used withmodification of unbalance engines thrust. It had been seen that the wing sweep angle hadnegative effect but the vertical tail sweep angle had a positive effect toward directionaland lateral stability and other results established by using modified datacom computerprogram which could be used as a real design requirements for further configurationimprovements of the airplane.