Static aerodynamic characteristics of a typical single-engine low-wing general aviation design for an angle-of-attack range of -8 deg to 90 degStatic force data obtained at the NASA Ames Research Center 12 foot Pressure Tunnel are presented in plotted form for a 1/7 scale, single-engine, low-wing general aviation airplane model. The configurations tested included the basic airplane, various airfoil shapes, tail designs, fuselage strakes and fuselage modifications as well as airplane components. The test conditions included an angle-of-attack and sideslip range of -8 to 90 and -10 to 30 degrees, respectively, at a Mach number of 0.2 for Reynolds numbers of 288,000 and 3,450,000. The data are presented without analysis.
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Bihrle, W., Jr. (Bihrle Applied Research, Inc. Jericho, NY, United States)
Barnhart, B. (Bihrle Applied Research, Inc. Jericho, NY, United States)
Pantason, P. (Bihrle Applied Research, Inc. Jericho, NY, United States)