Interference of wing and fuselage from tests of eight combinations in the NACA variable-density tunnelcombinations with tapered fillets and straight-side junctures

Sherman, Albert
naca-tn-642
March 1938


The round fuselage of an unfilleted low-wing combination was modified to incorporate straight-side junctures. The resulting combination, with or without horizontal tail surfaces, had practically the same aerodynamic characteristics as the corresponding round-fuselage tapered-fillet combination.

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