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5.4 Acceleration Components Exercise
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Question 1 5 pts A light aircraft crashes in a level rocky field. Flight path angle is 10 degrees and the true airspeed is 85 mph. Initial impact occurs with the fuselage level (zero pitch angle). The impact causes a two-foot deep gouge, and the aircraft comes to rest 25 feet from the initial impact. The fuselage is crushed 12 inches vertically and 5 feet horizontally.

FIND: GP and GN.

GIVEN:

VP 122.8 fps sP 30 ft

VN 21.7 fps sN 3 ft

Inc. Triangular Pulse G (4 x V02) / (96.6 x s)

- GP
GN

GP (4 x VP2) / (96.6 x sp) (4 x ) / (96.6 x 30) / 2898

GP 20.8 G

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