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Low-speed wind-tunnel test of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Division, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Low speed wind tunnel test of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept.|
|Statement||Paul L. Coe, Jr. and Donald R. Riley.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 4050.|
|Contributions||Riley, Donald R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.|
|The Physical Object|
Lockheed Martin was hired to design the concept aircraft, and plans eight weeks of model testing in a wind tunnel that can produce velocities up to about mph (Mach ). As the machine-driven wind howls, engineers and designers will learn more about the quiet design’s aerodynamics, as well as aspects of the propulsion system, NASA announced. Low-speed wind-tunnel study of the high-angle-of-attack stability and control characteristics of a cranked-arrow-wing fighter configuration / Subsonic maneuver capability of a supersonic cruise fighter wing concept / (Washington, Aerodynamic characteristics of a vectored-thrust V/STOL fighter in the transition-speed range /.
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A wind-tunnel investigation was conducted to examine the low-speed static stability and control characteristics of a scale model of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept. The concept, re- ferred to as a twin-boom fighter, was designed as a STOL aircraft capable of efficient long-range su- personic cruise.
Get this from a library. Low-speed wind-tunnel test of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept. [Paul L Coe; Donald R Riley; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Scientific and Technical Information Division.]. A wind-tunnel investigation was conducted to examine the low-speed static stability and control characteristics of a scale model of a STOL supersonic cruise fighter concept.
The concept, referred to as a twin boom fighter, was designed as a STOL aircraft capable of efficient long range supersonic : Jr. Paul L. Coe and Donald R. Riley. Low-speed wind-tunnel test of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept / By Paul L.
Coe, Donald R. Riley and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. I LOW-SPEED WIND-TUNNEL TESTS OF I/g-SCALE MODEL OF A VARIABLE-SWEEP SUPERSONIC CRUISE AIRCRAFT H.
Clyde McLemore, Lysle P. Parlett, and William G. Sewall Langley Research Center SUMMARY Low-speed tests have been conducted in the Langley full-scale tunnel to determine the force and moment characteristics of a 1/9-scale model of a. A brand-new edition of the classic guide on low-speed wind tunnel testing While great advances in theoretical and computational methods have been made in recent years, low-speed wind tunnel testing remains essential for obtaining the full range of data needed to guide detailed design decisions for many practical engineering problems.
This long-awaited Third Edition of William. All the complete model tests were made in the No. 1 11½ft x 8½ft low-speed wind tunnel at R.A.E.
Farnborough at a wind speed of ft/sec. ( m/s). The standard wire support rig was used with the pitching-moment balance and weight wires File Size: 2MB. A wind-tunnel investigation was conducted to examine the low-speed static stability and control characteristics of a 0.
scale model of a STOL supersonic-cruise fighter concept. The tunnel shown in the figure is a low-speed, closed tunnel which we are viewing from above. The air inside the tunnel is made to move by the fan on the far side of the tunnel. Air continuously circulates through the wind tunnel, passing over the model that is mounted in the test.
I've made a low speed wind tunnel for course project. This is the first test of MH type airfoil at various angle of attack angles. Fog is generated with ultrasonic mist maker. Great wind tunnel book.
Very instructive. Contains everything one needs to know about low speed sub-sonic wind tunnel. This is a must have book for anyone who is interested in wind tunnel theory, design and testing.
Also, the book arrived within a couple of days, excellent service from ordering to receiving the items. I recommend it!Cited by: Low-Speed Wind-Tunnel Tests of 1/9-Scale Model of a Variable-Sweep Supersonic Cruise Aircraft. Clyde McLenmore, Lysle P. Parlett, and William G.
Sewall. Ben Hood to Dr. Donald P. Hearth. Status of Aerial Applications Research in the Langley Vortex Research Facility and the Langley Full Scale Wind Tunnel. Frank L. Jordan, Jr., and Center: Langley Research Center. Low speed wind tunnel testing has evolved over the last century and has become a cornerstone in the development of aviation vehicles.
Study of the effects of aerodynamics and its influence are substantial in the design of aircrafts and much fluid effect based engineering machines.
The forces involved in the dynamic interactions of fluids and solids have only begun to be lifted. Sonic booms, the shockwaves generated by ultrasonic passenger planes, cause a thunderous noise on the ground, so aerodynamic designs are studied as a means to reduce this problem.
The video shows. Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing: It is all in there. I do recommend this book. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Amazon Customer. out of 5 stars The classic "must-have" for wind tunnel test work.
Novem Format: Paperback. The original is the one book everyone in the wind tunnel test area had open on their desk. It covered 5/5(8). Test facility description and data acquisition system and procedures Wind Tunnel Description Model balance and Data Acquisition system equipment Test Plan and Procedure Test Plan Test Procedure Test Article Model description and wing geometry Test data results and interpretation.
A revision of the standard book in the field of wind tunnel work. Updated to include the new electronic instrumentation and digital computers now in common use. Covers tunnel design, calibration, and the interfacing of computers and instrumentation.
Number 6 Volume 17 December Journal of Engineering ١٥٥٠ DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TESTING OF LOW SPEED WIND TUNNEL WITH ITS MEASUREMENT AND INSPECTION DEVICES Prof.
Ihsan Y. Hussain* Asst. Lect. Maki H. Majeed* Lect. Anmar H. Ali* Lect. Wail S. Sarsam* * Mech. Engr. Dept., College of Engineering, University of Baghdad ABSTRACT.
Measurement of aerodynamic forces. Air velocity and pressures are measured in several ways in wind tunnels. Air velocity through the test section is determined by Bernoulli's ement of the dynamic pressure, the static pressure, and (for compressible flow only) the temperature rise in the airflow.
The direction of airflow around a model can be. Using compressed air, AEROLAB Transonic Wind Tunnels offer running speeds of M= to M= Employing variable test section porosity, computer-controlled valves, chokes and flaps, target airspeeds are easy to achieve and maintain.
Systems with test section sizes of 8-inch x 8-inch (cm x cm) and inch x inch (51cm x 51cm) are available. Performance. There are two types of wind tunnels high-speed, used to test high velocity vehicles - rockets, jet aircraft, etc.; and low-speed, used to test vehicles which travel at a rate of under mph, which represent the majority of products developed - such as automobiles, propeller aircraft, etc/5.the best configuration could be found and the data were used to improve the low-speed analytical model used to design aerofoils for solar powered models.
The reports treats broadly about the experimental technique used to test the aerofoil and problems encountered during low-speed wind tunnel testing.Wind tunnels are used to test a large number of vehicles including rockets, aircraft, automobiles, virtually every device developed for motion while encountering resistance from a gas or air.
There are 2 types of wind tunnels high-speed (which as expected are used to test high velocity vehicles) and low-speed (used to test the majority of the.