A discussion of certain problems connected with the design of hulls of flying boats and the use of general test data

Diehl, Walter S
naca-report-625
1938


Report presents the results of a survey of problems encountered in applying general test data to the design of flying-boat hulls. It is shown how basic design features may be readily determined from special plots of test data. A study of the effect of the size of a flying boat on the probable limits to be covered by the general test data is included and recommendations for special tests and new methods of presenting test data for direct use in design are given.

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