## Theory of wing sections, including a summary of airfoil dataConcise compilation of subsonic aerodynamic characteristics of NACA wing sections, plus description of theory. 350 pages of tables. |

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### Contents

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF WINGSECTION CHARACTERISTICS | 1 |

SIMPLE TWODIMENSIONAL FLOWS | 31 |

THEORY OF WING SECTIONS OF FINITE THICKNESS | 46 |

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Theory of Wing Sections: Including a Summary of Airfoil Data Ira H. Abbott,A. E. von Doenhoff Limited preview - 2012 |

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1.6 Section lift 16 Section angle a.c. position aerodynamic center airfoil chord airfoil sections Airfoil thickness angle of attack angle of zero aspect ratio boundary layer camber cent of airfoil component of velocity corresponding critical Mach design lift coefficient drag coefficient effect equation flap deflected 60 increase L.E. radius laminar flow leading edge lift-curve slope load distribution low-drag range Lower surface Station Mach number maximum lift coefficient mean line NACA airfoil NACA Rept NACA TN normal-force obtained Ordinate Station Ordinate ordinates given pitching-moment coefficient pressure distribution radius through L.E. Reynolds number Section lift coefficient shown in Fig simulated split flap skin friction Slope of radius slotted flaps split flap deflected Standard roughness Station Ordinate Station Stations and ordinates surface Lower surface surface Station Ordinate theory thickness distribution thickness ratio trailing edge Upper surface Lower variation velocity distribution zero lift