Innovative control surfaces are implemented on the flying-wing configuration combat aircraft, and the flaps of traditional aircraft which are used for lift increasing during take-off and landing are canceled. The control principles during take-off and landing were summarized. A flying-wing configuration aircraft was chosen for instant, so the low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of the typical flying-wing configuration aircraft were compared with conventional aircraft based on results of tunnel tests. Then the performances of take-off and landing were calculated and compared with typical traditional fighter F-16. The results prove that, the inherent feature of all-wing design brings low wing-load, which makes take-off and landing performances of flying-wing configuration fighter easy to satisfy. The valuable references were provided for estimating the battle effectiveness and designing of flying-wing configuration fighter.
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