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Wing pressure distributions from subsonic tests of a high-wing transport model
Zachary T. Applin
1995 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Zachary T. Applin and Carl L. Gentry, Jr., M.A. Takallu.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 4583.|
|Contributions||Gentry, Carl L., Takallu, M. A., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Enhancement of Aircraft Cabin Design Guidelines - eLib. 1 Technical Paper Wing Pressure Distributions From Subsonic Tests of a High-Wing Transport Model Applin, Zachary T., Gentry, Garl L., Jr., Takallu, M.A. .
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A wind tunnel investigation was conducted on a generic, high-wing transport model in the Langley by Foot Subsonic Tunnel. This re-port contains pressure data that document effects of various model con-figurations and free-stream conditions on wing pressure distributions.
The untwisted wing incorporated a full-span, leading-edge Krueger flap. Get this from a library. Wing pressure distributions from subsonic tests of a high-wing transport model. [Zachary T Applin; Carl L Gentry; M A Takallu; Langley Research Center.]. wing configurations selected for the study were a low wing cantilever installation, a high wing cantilever, a strut-braced wing, and a single jury TBW.
The mission that was used for this study was a passenger transport aircraft with a design range of 2, nautical miles at the design payload, flown at a cruise Mach number of When it's hot, and you're waiting in line for fuel, or if your plane isn't hangared, you can stand in the shade under a high wing.
If you want to walk from fore of the wing to aft of the wing, to get the oil rag you forgot, with a high wing, you duck a bit and walk straight, with a low wing, you walk all the way around the wing.
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Takeoff:File Size: KB. Low-speed wind-tunnel tests of an advanced eight-bladed propeller [microform] / Paul L. Coe, Jr., Carl L Wing pressure distributions from subsonic tests of a high-wing transport model [microform] / Zachary T.
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The results consist of detailed pressure distributions over a wide range of Reynolds numbers ( x 10(exp 6) to x 10(exp 6)) and angles of attack (20 to 90 deg).
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Effects of spanwise blowing on the surface pressure distributions and vortex-lift characteristics of a trapezoidal wing-strake configuration / ([Washington, D.C.]: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, ), by James F.
Campbell and Gary E. Erickson (page images at HathiTrust). Other articles where High wing is discussed: wing: positioned above the fuselage (high wings), wings provide an unrestricted view below and good lateral stability.
Parasol wings, placed on struts high above the fuselage of seaplanes, help keep the engine from water spray. The flow solver OVERFLOW is based on this approach and Rogers et al., have applied it to obtain flow simulations for several high-lift configurations including an early design version of the Boeinga high wing transport with externally blown flaps, a simplified 3D high-lift wing, and a Boeing Most impressive is their effort.
A high-wing airplane design, contributes to the lateral stability, whereas a low wing placement has a destabilizing effect in roll. However, this effect may be counteracted by including more dihedral to improve the overall lateral stability.
Wing sweep will help promote lateral stability. This wing was designed with subsonic methods, which were essentially all that was available at the time.
Note that the isobars are tending to unsweep. On the upper right-hand side of the figure we see that at subsonic speed the pressure distributions at the 30% and 70% span stations lie on top of each other, the isobars are good.
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Swept and tapered wings will tend to stall at the tips first because of the high wing loading at the tips. The boundary layer outflow also resulting from wing sweep slows the airflow and reduces the lift near the tips and further worsens the situation. Design Sensitivity Problem Structure Selection Variables Jet Transport Empty Weight Weight Breakdown Wing Structure (Item 10) Fuselage Structure (Item 11) Empennage Structure (Items 12 and 13) Landing Gear Structure (Item 14) Power Plant and Engine Pylons (Items 2 and 15) Systems.
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In order to check this analysis, flight tests were made with a Martin B airplane loaded to 50 pounds per square foot. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Redesigned Boeing Wing at Mach based on Cp Distributions 57 Figure also displays Redesigned Boeing wing at Mach with Cp distributions.
In the final-design stage it is necessary to predict the loads throughout the flight envelope. As many as. This book focuses on using and implementing Circulation Control (CC) - an active flow control method used to produce increased lift over the traditionally used systems, like flaps, slats, etc.
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Predicted pressure distributions for 20 and 50% thick Rankine constant doublet strength equal to 2 4 Equation can be written as m (tan-'l+tan-' Q =- - 4 iT€ lim E + O E-X €+X v) uy Referring to Figurethe net vertical force, or lift, on the cylinder resulting from the pressure distribution will be L = -jo pR sin BdB In the limit.
On high-wing aircraft, the CG is below the wing, so less dihedral is required (Figure b). Many military aircraft, including fighter jets and transport planes, are utilizing high-wing design.
The main wing structure is connected to the leading and trailing edge flight control surfaces including slats and flaps as shown in Figure Zachary T. Applin, Pressure Distributions From Subsonic Tests of a NACA Semispan Wing Model, NASA TM, Septemberpp. Marshall Smith, Victoria I.
Chung and Debbie Martinez, Transport Delays Associated with the NASA Langley Flight Simulation Facility, NASA TM, Junepp. A high wing has a little more stability than a low wing, but the change in stability is small when compared to Howard Hughâ€s infamous Spruce the effects of sweeping the wing and.
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Fig. Streamwise Pressure Distributions over the Upper of the Main Wing close to the Wing-tip for Different Winglet Configuration (Houghton ). Passenger Compartment For cabin design, passenger compartments (Fig. ) are considered to design a .Watch the wing tufts to see how quickly the airflow reattaches when you release some aft pressure.
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