A preliminary study of the problem of designing high-speed airplanes with satisfactory inherent damping of the dutch roll oscillation
Description: Report presenting an investigation to create a design for fighter airplanes to have better inherent stability than most current designs. The main purpose of this design change is to obtain satisfactory stability of the Dutch roll oscillation without complicated artificial stabilizing devices. Results regarding the causes of inadequate dutch roll stability, means of improving dutch roll stability, and application of experimental design results to actual airplanes are provided.
Date: October 1953
Creator: Campbell, John P. & McKinney, Marion O., Jr.
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