Wind-tunnel Investigation of Aerodynamic Performance, Steady and Vibratory Loads, Surface Temperatures, and Acoustic Characteristics of a Large-scale Twin-engine Upper-surface Blown Jet-flap Configuration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1976 - Aerodynamic load - 150 pages
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H STATICPRESSURE CHARACTERISTICS
HI TEMPERATURE AND VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS
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1.8 X/C Station acoustic characteristics acoustic data aerodynamic performance angle of attack asymmetrical BLC centerline characteristics of model CM CM CM condition data of figure deg see fig double-slotted flap effects engine exhaust engine thrust engine-out exhaust Mach number exhaust nozzle flap deflection angle flap setting frequency fuselage indicate jet engine jet Mach number Langley full-scale tunnel Langley Research Center Lateral-directional characteristics lift coefficient longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics lower surface m/sec ft/sec nacelles NASA noise nondimensional nozzle deflectors nozzle exit velocity one-third-octave band plots power spectral density powered-lift presented in figure pressure orifices right engine inoperative roll trim section normal-force coefficient shown in figure sound pressure level spanwise static-pressure symmetrical power trailing-edge flap transducer turbofan engines U.S. Customary Units upper upper-surface blown jet-flap USB configurations USB flap Vane vibratory accelerations wind-on Wind-Tunnel wing and flaps wing chord wing leading edge wing-flap