Flight investigation of the effect of transient wing response on measured accelerations of a modern transport airplane in rough air

C. C. Schufflebarger, Harry C. Mickleboro
Aug 1950

A flight investigation was undertaken on a transport airplane to determine the effect of transient wing response in rough air upon acceleration measurements at the center of gravity of the airplane. Flights were made in clear-air turbulence between altitudes of 3000 and 4000 feet for two speed conditions and different wing weights.

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