Surface Pressure Measurements on a Double Delta Wing/Body Configuration at Mach 2 and Mach 3 (WTR 1396).
Wind tunnel data rept. 25 Feb-1 Mar 84,
NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD
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The surface pressures on a clipped double-delta wingbody configuration were measured at Mach 2 and Mach 3 in the NSWC Supersonic Tunnel Number Two at angles-of-attack up to 20 deg. The winged-body model configuration has a 2-inch diameter body consisting of a 3-caliber tangent-ogive nose and and a 7-caliber cylindrical afterbody. The wing was a clipped double-delta configuration. The body had 91 pressure taps located at various axial and circumferential locations, and the wing had 47. Surface pressures were measured at several angles-of-attack for various model roll positions at both Mach 2 and Mach 3. Keywords Double delta wing Wing body configuration High angle-of-attack aerodynamics.
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