Investigation at low speed of 45 degrees and 60 degrees sweptback, tapered, low-drag wings equipped with various types of full-span, trailing-edge flaps

John J. Harper
naca-tn-2468
Oct 1951


An investigation was made in the Georgia Institute of Technology 9-foot wind tunnel to determine the low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of two sweptback, low-drag, tapered wings equipped with full-span split and slotted flaps and three special types of trailing-edge flaps.

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