What is the air combat victory ratio of the F-15C?
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17:1 for a mixture of 50% propane and 50% butane. propane-butane percentage differ from country to countr, so aslo the air to fuel ratio is a little diferetn.
Answer . Air to fuel ratio is the ratio between the weight of air to the weight of fuel, for example: 14.7 pounds of air to 1 pound of fuel would be a air:fuel ratio of 14.7:1. This particular example is called the stoichiometric ratio for gasoline...it's ideal ratio in order to efficiently use… all the fuel. This ratio varies for different fuels....for example, ethanol fuels have a stoichiometric air:fuel ratio of 13.85:1.. In actuality, a gasoline car gets it's best fuel mileage when the fuel is reduced slightly and produces it's best power when the ratio is a little heavier on the fuel side. ( Full Answer )
Your motorcycle has to be "re-jetted" if its a carborated motor. If its electronic fuel injection, it would have to be reprogrammed and hooked up to a dyno machine. Some EFI motors can receive downloads from a computer--this is done by the service department at a dealership however (its not somethin…g you can do at home on your own). You need to know what circut of the carb that needs re-jetting. Fuel injected engines can be reprogramed if you have the reprogramming information and or a laptop w/ the approiate fuel pack. W/ a good fuel pack you can advance/ retard you ignition system according to speed and rpm. There a lost you can do on your own once you understand what fuel pack can accomidate all around adjustments in one unit. ( Full Answer )
Here are the top 5.. Manfred von Richthofen Germany 80 kills. Rene Fonck France 75. Edward Mannock Great Britain (Ireland) 73 . William Bishop Great Britain (Canada) 73. Ernst Udet Germany 62
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Because like dogs, the strategy of the planes is to get behind the other. In a dog fight, dogs stay close to each other and try to get at the other without getting bit themselves.
32A diesel engine has no throttle plate so it always takes in maximum amount of air and the fuel injected is varied according to load, rpm. It ranges from 50:1 or leaner at idle to stoichiometric ratio (dont think its the same as petrols) at full load. It can vary from near 100:1 at no load to un…der 15:1 at full load. ( Full Answer )
The F-ratio is a statistical ratio which arises as the ratio of two chi-square distributions.. If X and Y are two random variables which are independent and approximately normally distributed, then their variances have chi-squared distributions. The ration of these chi-square distributions, approp…riately scaled, is called the F-ratio.. The F-ratio is used extensively in analysis of variance to determine what proportion of the variation in the dependent variable is explained by an explanatory variable (and the model being tested).. ( Full Answer )
At least 60 to 40. maybe even more.. At least 60 to 40. maybe even more.
Stoichiometric air fuel ratio for hydrogen is 34:1.. But air fuel ratio used in hydrogen vehicles vary from 38:1 to 43:1.
The Vietnam War was America's last traditional 20th century war:. 1. The last use of propeller driven attack warplanes (A-1 Skyraider: Shown in Film; "Rescue Dawn").. 2. The last use of the fixed-wing single engined Artillery Observation Airplanes (0-1 Bird-Dog, for adjusting Artillery fire).. 3.… The last use of the Army .45 Colt Pistol.. 4. The last use of the Army Steel Helmet (M-1 steel pot).. 5. The last use of a NON-Computerized Battle Tank.. 6. The last use of conventional maps and compass for land navigation.. 7. The last use of HEAVY bombers, bombing an enemy NATION into submission (B-52's over Hanoi).. 8. The last use of the US Navy's WAVES (Women Allowed for Voluntary Emergency Naval Service); the US Army's WAC's (Women's Army Corps); and the US Air Force's WAF's (Women in the Air Force). All were disbanded in about 1975.. 9. The last war fought by WW2 veterans: General's Curtis LeMay, Westmoreland, Abrams, Robin Olds, etc.. 10. The last war fought in which the US Army was strictly the US Army (with the exception of the new Green Berets in 1961); the US Navy was strictly the US Navy (with the exception of the UDT-Under Water Demolition Teams-also known as FROGMEN during WW2, becoming SEALS during the Vietnam War); the USAF was STRICTLY the US Air Force. During the Vietnam War, the only ground troops the USAF had was US Air Force AIR POLICE/SECURITY MEN; who were trained at US Army Forts for ground combat. US Army or US Marine units would often provide US Airfield security by positioning tanks or ACAVs around their perimeters, and if need be, provide dismounted patrols.. After the Vietnam War (and the Cold War)...during the 1990's, amongst the countless military base closures through-out the US, the military was being forced OUT OF A JOB. Unless the Federal Laws were amended, and with the military's willingness to do so, the military was "asked" to take on LAW ENFORCEMENT duties in addition to National Defense functions, if the military refused...then they faced a further reduction in forces (more base closures). The US Military consented, the laws were amended, and today the US Military is also a form of Law Enforcement Agency. As of 1990, the US Air Force has Ground Troops. Today's US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines appear to be evolving into a "combined military/law enforcement service." Within the next 20 years, we may no longer have an Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines as we know it today...it possibly might come under a new title...the "US National Defense Forces." ( Full Answer )
Super Etendard is a carrier borne fighter aircraft designed byDassault-Breguet of France. It entered service with French Navy in1978 and is still in use. Apart from France Argentina and Iraq haveused this type. Argentina employed it in Falklands war in 1982 andit successfully sunk HMS Sheffield and …merchant ship AtlanticConveyer during the conflict. Iraq used it to strike Iranian oilrefineries. Super Etendards have been used in Falklands war, Iraqwar, Libyan conflict and Kosovo war. French navy will replace itwith Rafael by 2016. ( Full Answer )
15 to 1 ratio by weight for gas and 7 to 1 for ethynol andmethenol. so 1 pound of gasoline needs 15 pounds of air to burn or197.25 cubic feet of air
the ratio of the amount (mass) of air to fuel. Ideal is 14.7 lbs of air to 1 lb of fuel to completely burn air the fuel. A slightly rich raitio of about 12.5:1 car produce more power at the expense of emissions.
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As engines grow older their combustion quality degrades which results in higher levels of pollutant in the exhaust fumes. An MOT test (required annually for cars older than 3 years) includes a test of the exhaust fumes to identify problems with either the engine, or the exhaust / catalytic converto…r systems. Unchecked, so called dirty cars would be allowed to continue driving on the roads producing significantly increased levels of pollution. ( Full Answer )
Manned flying machines (not balloons, gliders or parachutes) used in combat began about 1911 with the Italians.. 1. WWI (1914-1918) was the first general war involving mass numbers of aircraft, globally, including in Asia and Mexico.. 2. WWII (beginning with the United States 1941-1945-the US prod…uced more aircraft than all of the combatants combined) was the second general war involving mass numbers of aircraft, again on a global scale.. 3. Korean War (1950-1953) saw the first jet clashes. But was restricted to primarily Northern Korea.. 4. Vietnam War (1961-1975) saw the most bomb tonnage dropped from any war. But was restricted to primarily SEA (South East Asia-Laos, Cambodia, North Vietnam, and South Vietnam).. WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam Wars all saw heavy aerial combat between aircraft (dog-fights between propeller airplanes & jets). However:. A. WWII was global.. B. WWII involved more nations (countries).. C. WWII was fought over oceans with aircraft carriers.. WWII saw more aerial combat. ( Full Answer )
You can achieve a flawless victory be defeating your enemy without losing any health at all.
The longest jet dog-fight was between a US Marine pilot flying an F8 Crusader against a NVAF MiG17 during the Vietnam War. The Crusader's 20mm guns jammed and he stayed with the MiG anyway & the MiG did the same; they both ran nearly out of fuel and both went their separate ways. This was aired on t…he History Channel's "Dog-Fight Series.". According to the program, even though no aerial kill was made, it was such a gruelling duel, that the fight was studied at US aerial combat schools. ( Full Answer )
Applied to focusing lenses and mirrors, including telescopes, binoculars, and cameras, the focal ratio or 'F-number' is. (the focal length of the lens or mirror) divided by (its aperture or diameter)
Air fuel ratio gauges rely on a sensor that is very much like an O2 sensor used in a car's emmission system. Therefore you would have to have 'bung' drilled and welded into your cars exhaust system to mount the sensor for the air/fuel gauge. After that, run the wiring and mount the gauge like any ot…her aftermarket gauge. ( Full Answer )
The USAF was created in 1947. Their first war was the Korean War (1950-1953); their second war was Vietnam (late fifties into 1975). During those years the USAF DID NOT officially engage in ground combat. That was the US Army's job.. POST Vietnam; the USAF now has special operations personnel units…...just like all the other services do. So yes, there are some "special" Air Force units that engage in ground combat. Bear in mind, these are not tank and infantry units, but rather the old sniper/commando type units that television is constantly promoting with their action packed special effects shows (hooded faces, scoped assault rifles, telescoped stocks, folding pistol grips, silencers, knee pads, elbow pads, night vision devices, etc.). ( Full Answer )
The F14 Tomcat shot down a jet or two during quick operations under President Reagan in the 1980s but no US jet, since Vietnam, has shot down 5 or more jets in aerial combat giving it "ace" status. The last ace jets were the McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom IIs. Refer to the F14s website for further det…ails. ( Full Answer )
80% nitrogen, 20% oxygen however it's really 79% plus some decimals of nitrogen and 21% oxygen and a little moisture. But if the question is only looking for a basic answer, just use the top answer.
Depends. If you are in the Air Force when the incident happened, then you wear the Air Force Combat Action medal. If you earned the CAB in the Army and later transfered to the Air Force, you can wear it.
As far is known, the longest dog-fight in the Viet War was a 10 minute duel between a USN F8 Crusader and a MiG17 in 1967. It would be fair to state that that time limit would probably apply to the Korean War too.
The compression ratio is simply the ratio of the absolute stage discharge pressure to the absolute stage suction pressure.
Its not. Its measured in lbs of fuel to lbs of air at STP conditions. This is of course assuming you're in the US, otherwiese i dont know.
USN airmen claimed 61 NVAF MiG kills, the USAF claimed the same number. This would include the F4 Phantom II aces Ritchie & Cunningham & two B52 Stratofortress bomber tail gunners. Both of their B52s have been preserved as memorials. The two "ace" F4s may have been destroyed over the skies of North …Vietnam. Note: The Viet War was the last war in which (bomber) tail gunners shot down airplanes. ( Full Answer )
The "Battle of Britain" was nearly identical to the US air offensive against North Vietnam during the Vietnam war. During the battle of Britain German twin engine bombers and ME109 fighters bombed England while the British Hawker Hurricanes and Spitfires went up to meet them. Many German airmen beca…me POWs in the UK as a consequence. During the Vietnam War the USAF & USN air units bombed North VN with 8 engine heavy bombers (B52s) and the usual fighter bombers (F100 Super Sabres, F105 Thunderchiefs, A4 Skyhawks, etc.) escorted by F4s, F104 Starfighters, F8 Crusaders, F102 Delta Daggers (RF101 Voodoos conducted reconnaissance missions), etc. NVAF MiG17s, MiG19s, and MiG21s went up to meet them. Many American airmen became POWs in North Vietnam as a consequence. In both wars, the defenders (British & North VN) performed INTERCEPTOR operations against BOMBERS. ( Full Answer )
Are you asking a question about the South Vietnamese Air Force? If so, their records are most likely destroyed...South Vietnam was conquered by the North Vietnam approximately 35 years ago. The former North Vietnamese Air Force has existing records, and most of theirs have already been published in… English speaking books; such as Osprey's, Squadron Signal, etc. publishing companies. Two such books are titled, "MiG 17 & MiG 19 Units of the Vietnam War", and "MiG21 Units of the Vietnam War." Both are obviously North Vietnamese Air Force units, since the South Viet AF only flew A1 Skyraiders/T28 Trojans/and F5 Freedom Fighters (jets). ( Full Answer )
Well the preferred ratio is 14.7:1 (14.7(air):1(fuel)) so anything below this is rich.... 14.6:1 for e.g
The Air Force Combat Controllers do a variety of jobs that include Airfield Assault Zone Establishment, Special Reconaissance, Air Traffic Control, Fire Support, Command, Control, and Communications... The primary CCT mission is to deploy undetected into austere environments. This is when they ca…rry out recon and establish assault zones, while at the same time primarily doing forward air control and the other stuff listed above. They also frequently participate in direct action alongside Navy SEALS, Army Special Forces, and Marine Recons as a means of communications with aircraft, and also calling in air strikes, etc. They defend against drug cartels, counter-terrorism, foreign internal defense, etc. They also work with Pararescuemen in Special Tactics Squadrons . Combat Controllers are specially trained and they can get to the battle by any means. They are experts with All Terrain Vehicles, amphibious vehicles, motorcycles, etc. They are experienced with all the weapons other forces are, this including demolitions. The CCT motto is "First There" because they are often the first in and last out. They are often there before the battle even starts conducting recon and setting up assault zones, and are there before most of the other conventional forces. There is no other special ops that can do the amount of damage they do in the least amount of time... Hope I helped! ( Full Answer )
I think they are doing also the operation stuff, arranging the schedule for the flights , make an approval for the aircrafts to fly, managing and keeping the sky from the enemies and hostiles, handle and control the fighters aircraft during the normal and training missions.
So far, it's only confirmed to air this year, although it will probably be in either the first half, or in the summer when more people are watching Nickelodeon. It's quite likely that it will air within a few months, as there are only two other iCarly episodes that are yet-to-air.
He was officially credited with 80 downed aircraft. He shot down some aircraft that he did NOT receive credit and some say he was given credit that he did not down---his wingman downed it. Also, he was responsible for almost the same number of enemy aircraft killed. Some enemy pilots he shot down su…rvived but then other aircraft he shot down had 2 crew. ( Full Answer )
Compared to what? Men who die in general? Men who are killed? Men who are in any of the armed forces? This is key to answering your question. Also, in which counrty? Or world-wide?
It is when the "correct" air to fuel ratio is used to completely burn the fuel in question in an internal combustion engine. If exactly the correct amount of air is used this is called the stoichiometric mix.
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5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
of course - they were not the grunts in the field but they supported the effort
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The lock to modern air combat would most likely be the United States of America. With one of the worlds largest and strongest militaries in the world, it is considered the most technologically advanced in aeronautics.
Air to air combat refers to an air battle between two or more planes. The main aim is for one plane to destroy one or more enemy planes to win a battle.
Air Combat USA are the innovators of air combat training for civilians. No pilot's licence is required and guests fly with real military fighter pilots. Headquarters is situated at 3815 West Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92833.
The address of the Air Combat Museum is: 6 Fox Mill Lane, Springfield, IL 62712
It really depends on what you want to use it for. If you need a new phone, obviously the iPhone is probably going to be the most convenient (and ultimately most cost-effective) option. Also, if you like the option of bringing the device with you wherever you go and being able to fit it into your poc…ket, the iPhone is also a good choice. But if you are going to be playing a lot of games, watching movies, or searching the web, the iPad will definitely be easier to work with because of the larger screen. It will be kind of bulky to carry it around with you, but if you're mostly going to be using it at home it's a good choice. ( Full Answer )
Showdown Air Combat - 2008 F-22 Raptor Vs- the World 1-5 was released on: USA: 3 July 2009
Air Combat - 1993 Vietnam Combat from the Cockpit was released on: USA: 1 June 1993
No. You are on active duty, and required to go through whichevertechnical school your specialty requires, which means you are noteligible for deployment until fully qualified (there are exceptionsto this where individuals awaiting class dates may deploy innon-specialty positions, such as convoy duty…). Deployment intocombat is based on your specialty, and requirements for theoperations active at that time. ( Full Answer )