Low-speed experimental determination of the effects of leading-edge radius and profile thickness on static and oscillatory lateral stability derivatives for a delta wing with 60 degrees of leading-edge sweep

Herman S. Fletcher
naca-tn-4341
Jul 1958


An investigation was made in the Langley stability tunnel to determine the effects of leading-edge radius and profile thickness on the oscillatory lateral stability derivatives for a series of delta wings with 60 degrees of leading-edge sweep. The wings were oscillated in yaw about their vertical axes.

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