Effects of wing position and fuselage size on the low-speed static rolling stability characteristics of a delta-wing model

Alex Goodman, David T. Thomas, Jr.
naca-report-1224
1955


An investigation was made to determine the effects of wing position and fuselage size on the low-speed static and rolling stability characteristics of airplane models having a triangular wing and vertical tail surfaces.

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