A Method for Studying the Longitudinal Dynamic Stability of Flying-Boat-Hull Models at High Planing Speeds and During Landing
Description: Report presenting an investigation of a method of studying the longitudinal dynamic stability of flying-boat-hull models, as instability may be encountered when flying a flying boat on the water at high speeds and high trim angles, especially upper-limit porpoising and skipping. A method is described for carrying out generalized experimental studies of the longitudinal dynamic stability of flying-boat-hull models.
Date: April 1945
Creator: Locke, F. W. S., Jr. & Hugli, W. C., Jr.
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