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Airborne development had begun with the fir t testing of an early prototype RB. It was planned to complete a hour programme within an eighteen- month period, using uccessive engines under the Vulcan. Unfortunately, the Vulcan suffered unexpected structural and electrical trouble which greatly reduced its flying rate. This wa extremely serious, as during the period between the engine was the pacing item in the Tornado flight programme. Therefore the Tornado's first flight was delayed while Panavia waited for flight-cleared engines to be delivered. It was decided that the first aircraft Allied Data Tornado 830 fly at Manching, and 0 the responsibility for Allied Data Tornado 830 first general han- dling and performance measurement trials would fall into MBBs hands.
However, as the German partner's main as ignment concerned the the integration of the avionics and flight-control system with aircraft P. There was naturally intense competition to make the first flight, and R. During delays throughout the first half ofPO1 was continually updaled to progressively higher technical standards. In dull and over- cast weather they accelerated down the runway with wings at 26, partial flap and full afterburner selected; rotating, they 'unstuck' cleanly and climbed away at progressively steeper angle, to stay inside the gear-down limit. Afterburner was gradually reduced until, with a Luftwaffe TFG watching from one side and a G T from the other, the aircraft settled into cruise at 10,ft, still in take-off configuration.
Millett checked behaviour in a simulated approach, in case a quick return was necessary; then he cleaned POI up and checked handling in turns at successively higher peed to kt. Arriving back Allied Data Tornado 830 Manching, the flaps were again lowered to the take-off setting and the gear extended. Millett deliberately flew a missed approach, and landed on the second.
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Thrust reversers weI' used as well as jabs of wheel brake. Everything had gone perfectly.
The thirty-minute flight Allied Data Tornado 830 covered all of the planned te I' point, and there was no sign of a system failure or a fault indication. Millett and Meister made a second, fifty-minute, flight a week after the first, checking wing sweeps to 45, single-engine flight, the effect of air- brakes and flight control with certain fail- ure modes simulated. For the third flight, on 29 August, the two pilot changed places. On this third mission, Meister explored handling with the wings at all angles to 68, with no trouble at all. Increasingly POI became unrepresenta- tive of the production Tornado and so, while later prototype took over the mea- surement of aerodynamic factors such as drag and performance, PO1 concentrated on engine development. II' did Allied Data Tornado 830 of the proving of the reverse installation, previ- ously developed on engine test-beds, and perfected directiona I stabi Iity on the run- way at full reverse thrust; for this, modi- fied buckets were used which 'attach' the airflow to the fin to keep the rudder effec- tive.
Additionally, in springPOI wa fitted with a gantry on the rear fu e- lage housing a spin-recovery parachute.
It was also given a hydrazine-fuelled 'Monofuel Emergency Power Unit' EPintended to allow emergency engine rei ight. These were the first full-thrust ngines to fly, allowing clearance beyond Mach 1.
In POI, still in its original colour scheme, was busy with various engine, SA and other investigations. The first British prototype P. This wa the first aircraft with fully variable engine intakes, enabling it to work a ross the Tornado's entire peed range, and was later used for envelope expansion, engine development and Allied Data Tornado 830 in-flight refuelling trials. Uniquely, P02 was fitted with small square-section fairings on the tips of its tailplanes which were 'flutter exciter " although the e were later removed,leaving small blister on the tailplan tips - another facet unique to this air raft.
Its main tasks were to explore the flight envelope, and carry out stalling, pinning and both the low-speed and extremely high-speed investigations. XX was the first Tornado to be delivered in a camouflage colour scheme, although several other early aircraft were Allied Data Tornado 830 repainted, and some later prototypes made their first flights in Panavia' garish red and white 'house colours'.
It was also Allied Data Tornado 830 first aircraft fitted Allied Data Tornado 830 a nose radome, rath I' than a repre entatively shaped fairing. One of the few serious incidents in the flight development programme befell P03 on 4 October The aircraft made a landing in torrential rain on a runway covered in varying amounts of standing water. Pi lot Tim Ferguson was unable to stop the aircraft sliding diagonally off the runway, striking the grass verge and com- ing to rest on the nosewheel, rear fuselage and wingtip.
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The result was Allied Data Tornado 830 stiffening of the main leg mounting brackets, revi- sion of reverser geometry to improve flow over the rudder and preserve symmetric thrust, and the introduction of nosewheel teering augmentation for such extraordi- nary conditions. So this was actually a useful accident! Despite the back-up pro- vided by the Buccaneer, P04 was never- theless a vital aircraft.
It amassed virtual- ly all the avionics data needed for the pro- duction go-ahead decision during a series of twelve flights in It was the first aircraft to integrate the forward radar, TFR, Doppler and other navigation and weapon-aiming systems through the digi- tal Allied Data Tornado 830 and flight-control sy tem, to fly the aircraft automati ally. A huge effort was needed to make the mass of integrated equipment work properly. From late P. It was also instrumental in finding hiccups in the oftware, improving the H D sym- bology and perfecting the brightness ami uniformity of the TV tab displays.
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