A collection of data for zero-lift damping in roll of wing-body combinations as determined with rocket-powered models equipped with roll-torque nozzles

David G. Stone
Apr 1957

The zero-lift damping-in-roll derivative has been experimentally determined through high subsonic, transonic, and low supersonic speeds by a torque-nozzle forced-roll technique utilizing rocket -propelled models. The data have been collected from investigations using this technique for three -semispan-wing configurations to show the effects of wing plan form and airfoil section and, qualitatively, the effects of aeroelasticity.

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