Experimental measurements of the effects of airplane motions on wing and tail angles of attack of a swept-wing bomber in rough air

Jerome N. Engel
Aug 1958

Flight test data obtained from a large swept-wing bomber airplane in flight through rough air at an altitude of 5,000 feet are analyzed to determine the effects of vertical translation and pitching motions on the angles of attack of the wing and tail.

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