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She demonstrated a maximum airspeed of 354 knots, along with other envelope expansion and flying qualities testing, including the high angle of attack, buffet, aerial refueling, external loads and structural landings.
According to Northrop Grumman's Triton Program Director, Mike Mackey, "Completion of envelope expansion will allow the test team to prepare for installation and further testing of Triton's surveillance sensors." The test flights lasted 9.4 hours at altitudes of up to 60,000 feet and included doublets - maneuvers designed to test the aircraft's ability to recover from turbulence.
Flight skills and envelope expansion. Rules are great; they are everywhere and usually for good reason, but do we let our desire to fly in the center of the box stifle our growth as aviators?
"The heavy weight envelope expansion work will enable Triton to realize its long dwell capability and become the unblinking eye for the fleet," Papp added.
Navy have completed nine initial flight tests of the Triton unmanned aircraft system (UAS), marking the half-way point in a process called envelope expansion. During envelope expansion, the test team validates the aircraft's ability to operate at a range of altitudes, speeds and weights.
"Completion of envelope expansion will allow the test team to prepare for installation and further testing of Triton's surveillance sensors," said Mike Mackey, Northrop Grumman's Triton program director.
Caption: The CH-53K flight test program has logged more than 35 flight test hours between two Engineering Development Model (EDM) aircraft, and EDM I has successfully achieved flight envelope expansion to 120 knots.
America's Federal Aviation Administration awarded Type Certification of the S-76D model in October 2012, and the helicopter continues its envelope expansion as the first models move through final modifications for customer deliveries in 2013.
* P-8A underwent envelope expansion and system testing, including the first anti-submarine warfare contact and first torpedo delivery;