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|Statement||J. A. Braden ... [et al.] ; prepared for Langley Research Center under contract NAS1-13871|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 3193|
|Contributions||Braden, J. A, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Langley Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
Get this from a library! Exploratory studies of the cruise performance of upper surface blown configurations: summary report. [J A Braden; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.; Langley Research Center.;]. Exploratory studies of the cruise performance of upper surface blown configurations: Program analysis and conclusions. By J. P. Hancock, V. Lyman, J. A. Braden and J. E. Hackett. Abstract. The experimental data encompassing surface pressure measurements, and wake surveys at static and wind-on conditions are analyzed. Cruise performance trends. Basic pressure data are presented which was obtained from an experimental study of upper-surface blown configurations at cruise. The high-speed (subsonic) experimental work, studying the aerodynamic effects of wing-nacelle geometric variations, was conducted around semi-span model configurations composed of diversified, interchangeable components. The model hardware, test facilities and instrumentation utilized in an experimental study of upper surface blown configurations at cruise is described. The high speed (subsonic) experimental work, studying the aerodynamic effects of wing nacelle geometric variations, was conducted around semispan model configurations composed of diversified, interchangeable : J. A. Braden, J. P. Hancock, K. P. Burdges, J. E. Hackett.
The high-speed (subsonic) experimental work, studying the aerodynamic effects of wing-nacelle geometric variations, was conducted around semi-span model configurations composed of diversified, interchangeable components. Power simulation was provided by high pressure air ducted through closed forebody : K. P. Burdges, J. A. Braden, V. Lyman, J. E. Hackett, J. P. Hancock. The goal of this paper is to investigate the particularities of Upper Surface Blown (USB) wing aircraft configurations and to establish criteria for their further optimization. Case Study: Cruise Control The aim of the case study lectures is to provide slightly larger examples of the results, techniques, and ideas presented in the other lectures. This note has three main aims: 1. To illustrate the use of nite state machines in a ﬁreal worldﬂ context. This il-. Use of Upper Surface Blowing and Circulation Control for Gapless High-Lift Configurations Conference Paper (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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