Experimental Pressure Distribution on Fuselage Nose and Pilot Canopy of Supersonic Airplane at Mach Number 1.90
Description: An investigation of the pressure distribution on the fuselage nose and the pilot canopy of a supersonic airplane model has been conducted at a Mach number of 1.90 over a wide range of angles of attack and yaw. Boundary layer separation apparently occurred from the upper surface at angles of attack above 24 degrees and from the lower surface at minus 15 degrees. No separation from the sides of the fuselage was evident at yaw angles up to 12 degrees.
Date: October 15, 1948
Creator: Wyatt, DeMarquis D.
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