Effect of high-lift devices on the low-speed static lateral and yawing stability characteristics of an untapered 45 degrees sweptback wing

Jacob H. Lichtenstein
naca-tn-2689
May 1952


Results of a low-speed wind-tunnel investigation to determine the effect of high-lift devices on the static lateral stability derivatives and the yawing derivatives of an untapered 45 degrees sweptback wing are presented. The tests were made in the curved-flow test section of the Langley stability tunnel at a Reynolds number of 1.1 X 10 to the sixth power.

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