## Raymer Annotations

The Avro Vulcan (Top) and Boeing B-47 (bottom) were designed for similar missions, but designers took very different approaches. The British favored buried engines for reduced skin friction drag (e.g Handley Page Victor, Vickers Valiant, de Havilland Comet) and delta wing. Boeing favored podded engines on a high aspect ratio wing. This was the forerunner of all long-range commercial aircraft designs.

Chapter numbering for Raymer's 6th Edition is the same as for the 5th Edition, except for the addition of Chapter 20 Electric Aircraft, and subsequent chapter renumbering. Annotation numbering shown here is therefore the same as for the 5th Edition, up to and including Chapter 19. Chapter 22 Extremes of Flight was Chapter 21 in the 5th Edition

3.3 Empty Weight Estimation rev 1

3.4.2 Mission Segment Weight Fractions rev 2

3.4.5 Fuel Fraction Estimation_rev_2

3.5 Takeoff Weight Calculation rev 2

3.6.4 Takeoff-Weight Sizing rev 2

4.2.3 Airfoil Selection and Design

5.3.7 Wing Loading for Cruise rev 1

5.4 Selection of T/W and W/S rev 2

6.3.6 Climb and Accelerate rev 1

7.8.2 Wing Location with Respect to the Fuselage

9.3 Passenger Compartment rev 2

11.2 Landing-Gear Arrangements rev 2

11.6 Gear-Retraction Geometry rev 1

12.3 Aerodynamic Coefficients rev 3

12.4.6 Maximum Lift with High-Lift Devices rev 1

12.5.2 Component Buildup Method rev 3

12.5.10 Transonic Parasite Drag rev 6

12.6.1 Oswald Span Efficiency Method rev 3

12.6.2 Leading-Edge-Suction Method

15.2 Approximate Weight Methods rev 2

16.2 Coordinate Systems and Definitions

16.3.1 Pitching-Moment Equation and Trim Calculation rev 1

16.3.2 Pitch Static Stability rev 3

16.4.2 Lateral-Trim Analysis rev 2

17.2 Steady Level Flight rev 5

17.2.5 Range Optimization - Jet

17.2.11 Effect of Wind on Cruise and Loiter

17.3.1 Climb Equation of Motion rev 4

18.7 Aircraft and Airline Economics

19.5.1 Trade Study Categories rev 2

Appendix B Standard Atmosphere

Appendix F Design Requirements and Specifications