Date: March 13, 1953
Creator: Fischel, Jack
Description: The results of transonic flight measurements of the longitudinal stability characteristics of the Douglas D-558-II research airplane in the original configuration and with outboard fences mounted on the wings are presented. The levels of normal-force coefficient at which the stability decreases and pitch-up starts have been determined for both airplane configurations at Mach numbers up to about 0.94.
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