Accession Number:

AD0904600

Title:

Transonic Characteristics of Close-Coupled Canard and Horizontal Tail Installed on a 50 Degree Sweep Research Aircraft Model,

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DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA MD AVIATIO N AND SURFACE EFFECTS DEPT

Report Date:

1972-08-01

Abstract:

A wind tunnel test of a 50 degree swept wing research model, both with and without close-coupled canards and horizontal tail, has been performed in the NAVSHIPRANDCEN 7 by 10-foot Transonic Wind Tunnel. The purpose of this test was to investigate the aerodynamics of close-coupled canards and obtain comparison data with a configuration having a horizontal tail. Three canard locations and one tail location were tested at surface deflection angles of 0 to 20 degrees and angles of attack from -4 to 28 degrees. Mach number range for the test was from 0.6 to 1.1. No analysis of the data is presented. Author

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0075

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