Air forces and moments on triangular and related wings with subsonic leading edges oscillating in supersonic potential flow

Charles E. Watkins
naca-tn-2457
Sep 1951


This analysis treats the air forces and moments in supersonic potential flow on oscillating triangular wings and a series of swept-back and arrow wings with subsonic leading edges and supersonic trailing edges. For the wings undergoing sinusoidal torsional oscillations simultaneously with vertical translations, the linearized velocity potential is derived in the form of a power series in terms of a frequency parameter.

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