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Development of a two dimensional flow test section for a wind tunnel and its use with a hybrid flapped multiplane

Development of a two dimensional flow test section for a wind tunnel and its use with a hybrid flapped multiplane
Development of a two dimensional flow test section for a wind tunnel and its use with a hybrid flapped multiplane
The report describes the development of a two dimensional flow wind tunnel test section, suitable for measuring lift. Its principal use was in developing aerofoils for windship propulsion and results for one of these provide an illustrative example. The results indicate that a C subscript L of around 4.2 can be achieved without flow separation and a C subscript LMAX of around 4.7 with separation.
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University of Southampton
Satchwell, C.J.
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Satchwell, C.J.
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Satchwell, C.J. (1985) Development of a two dimensional flow test section for a wind tunnel and its use with a hybrid flapped multiplane (Ship Science Reports, 22) Southampton, UK. University of Southampton 24pp.

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The report describes the development of a two dimensional flow wind tunnel test section, suitable for measuring lift. Its principal use was in developing aerofoils for windship propulsion and results for one of these provide an illustrative example. The results indicate that a C subscript L of around 4.2 can be achieved without flow separation and a C subscript LMAX of around 4.7 with separation.

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Published date: 1985
Additional Information: ISSN 0140-3818

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Local EPrints ID: 43551
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/43551
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Date deposited: 24 Jan 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 21:09

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