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Fuel must be used from the inboard tanks first. Optimal distribution reduces the requirements on aircraft trim, and therefore the drag associated with it, thereby maximizing the profitability of the aircraft. Concorde was a special case also from the weight management point of view. Its 11 fuel tanks were distributed forward, centrally and aft of the aircraft. The transition from subsonic to supersonic cruise moved the center of pressure about 2 m aft. This movement required trimming of the aircraft, which in subsonic aircraft can be done by operating on the control surfaces.
These downbursts generally consist of closely spaced small cells (a few km wide) that are separated by relatively calm atmosphere. They act as jets flowing downward and spreading radially from the ground. A basic physical model of the downburst is discussed in detail by Zhu and Etkin. A vortex-ring model has been proposed by Ivan. Take-off and landing simulations with a downburst have been published by Hahn, while Zhao and Bryson optimized the flight path of an aircraft under a downburst with a non-linear feedback control program.
It emphasizes the fact that a certain payload can be flown over a longer or shorter distance; or that for a certain flight distance a larger or lower payload can be carried. 2-6. 1 Wing Loading In the previous discussion the concept of wing loading was used without much elaboration. The wing loading is the ratio between the aircraft gross weight and the area of the wing. 2-4 Payload ratio versus the OEW for some transport aircraft. 2-1 Cargo aircraft PAY versus MTOW data (estimated); R is the range at maximum payload.
Aerospace engineering desk reference by Butterworth-Heinemann (Firm), Howard Curtis, Antonio Filippone