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Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift

Lawrence E Olson

Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

  • Lift (Aerodynamics) -- Mathematical models,
  • Leading edges (Aerodynamics),
  • Aerofoils

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLawrence E. Olson, Phillip R. McGowan, and Clayton J. Guest
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 78566
    ContributionsMcGowan, Phillip R, Guest, Clayton J, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Ames Research Center
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17977115M

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Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift by Lawrence E Olson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service],   We can use this information to determine the maximum lift coefficient that the airfoil + slat + flap combination produces.

Zenith Aircraft CH with fixed leading edge slat and trailing edge flap visible. As shown in the calculation below, the maximum lift coefficient of the CH is approximately at sea level. where V is the velocity at the edge of the boundary layer, ν is the kinematic viscosity and δ 1 is the displacement thickness.

In Ref. [12] this value was always found to be greater than for a short bubble and less than for a long one. Note that the size of the bubble, in effect, depends on the free stream Reynolds number, so it is possible the stall behavior of the airfoil changes. Liebeck’s High Lift Single Element Airfoil • Knowing the shape of the pressure distribution required: – Identify the maximum lift upper surface target distribution pressure distribution – Use an inverse method to find the airfoil Curve enclosing the maximum area Made to File Size: 2MB.

Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift / (Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; [Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service], ), by Lawrence E.

Olson, Clayton J. Guest, Phillip R. McGowan, Ames Research Center, and. Experimental measurements also illustrate that the leading-edge slat significantly delays the stall up to an angle of attack of 20°, with a maximum lift coefficient of A comparison of high lift systems derived from supercritical airfoils with high lift systems derived from conventional airfoils is presented.

The high lift systems for the supercritical airfoil were designed to achieve maximum lift and consisted of: (1) a single slotted flap, (2) a double slotted flap and a leading edge slat, and (3) a triple. The numerical design and wind tunnel testing of a leading edge slat for the DU W airfoil, included in the BMWi funded Smart Blades project reference blade, have been concluded.

In numerical computation of aerodynamic noises, the solution accuracy of flow fields has an obvious impact on detailed computation of eddy turbulence and acoustic results.

In this paper, LES (Large Eddy Simulation) was used to conduct numerical simulation of flow fields of three-dimensional high-lift L1T2 airfoil. Unsteady flow field data on the solid wall face was extracted as the noise : Cun Dong Tang, Zhi Ping Wang, Yu Zhou Sima.

Simulations are also performed for wing with high-lift devices, HLDs, like leading edge slat and trailing edge flap for take-off and landing condition. For required flight condition plain wing with airfoil NACA 64A, 42° leading edge sweepback, −° twist and ° wing incidence angle showed improved aerodynamic performance than Author: H.

Bharath, H. Narahari, A. Sriram. Additional blowing at the nose protects the leading edge against stalling at lower Mach numbers to enable very high Leading-edge slat optimization for maximum airfoil lift book coefficients.

By variation of the slot height for some configurations the required momentum coefficient of the air jet could be reduced by about 20% at slightly lower lift by: By adding a leading edge slat, the angle of attack range over which the airfoil performed efficiently was increased.

Additionally, the maximum lift coefficient was increased by % and the critical angle of attack was increased by 9 degrees.

A downside to the addition of the slat is that the drag is greatly increased as low angles of : Adam M. Ragheb, Michael S. Selig. In the context of ambitious targets for reducing environmental impact in the aviation sector, dictated by international institutions, morphing aircraft are expected to have potential for achieving the required efficiency increases.

However, there are still open issues related to the design and implementation of deformable structures. In this paper, we compare three constrained parameterisation Cited by: 1.

Generally, maximum angle of attack of a symmetric airfoil with downwash and up wash beyond which flow separation state is 16 degree. Un-symmetrical airfoil. Regarding the principle of leading-edge microcylinder, velocity over suction surface of the airfoil can be accelerated by them and thus the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability of fluid flow is decreased.

As concerning literature studies performed in advance, Luo et al. [ 52 ] designed a microcylinder and used in front of the leading edge of NACA Author: Mustafa Serdar Genç, Kemal Koca, Hacımurat Demir, Halil Hakan Açıkel. Active flow control in the form of zero-mass-flux excitation was applied at the slat shoulder of a simplified high-lift airfoil to delay flow separation.

The NASA Energy Efficient Transport (EET) supercritical airfoil was equipped with a 15% chord simply hinged leading edge slat and a. Issue 6 - June 0 - Recent Onera Flow Control Research on High-Lift Configurations AL of the vortex generator is directly introduced into the flow and thus a single grid can be used for the entire design process of the actuator.

This model was successfully used by Jirasek [10] on a high-lift airfoil. High-Performance High-Lift Design for Laminar Wings. Jochen WILD. Abstract. high-lift system, especially at the leading edge, has to be found.

Such a system has to maximum lift coefficient, where the Krueger based high-lift system obtains its lift at slightly lower angles of Size: KB. As for any leading edge devices, the use of a droop nose leads to an increase of maximum lift and stall angle, but with nearly no effect on the lift level for lower incidences.

Values indicated for the gains (+% in C Lmax and + 4 degrees in stall angle) are for information only, since they are based on a 2D airfoil, and not on the 3D : Frédéric Moens. Lift 27% 5 Darrieus Rotor (egg beater) VAWT 20th century, electricity generation Lift 40% 6 Modern Wind Turbine HAWT 20th century, electricity generation Lift Blade Qty efficiency 1 43% 2 47% 3 50% * Peak efficiency is dependent upon design, values quoted are maximum efficiencies of designs in operation to date [1].

HAWT Blade DesignFile Size: 1MB. In comparison to the original airfoil, the improvement in aerodynamic performance achieved by the implementation of a leading edge slat provides a glimpse of the potential benefit of using these devices in wind turbine blades.

Aerodynamic Design and Optimization of a High-Lift Device. Airfoil Angle of attack Angle of incidence Aspect Ratio Boundary Layer Camber Chord Mean camber line Pressure coefficient Leading edge Relative wind Reynolds Number Thickness Trailing edge Wing planform Wingspan Force Diagram Airfoil Definitions Definition of Lift, Drag & Moment L = 1/2 V V2 CL S D = 1/2 V V2 CD S M = 1/2 V V2 CM S c.

The turbulent flow from the engine components and the pylon, as well as the missing acceleration effect of the leading edge flap, lead to flow separation in the wake of the UHBR engine.

The consequences are a stall occurring approx. 2° earlier and a degradation of the maximum lift by approx. 10%. The design and optimization of high-lift systems are one of the most complex tasks in aircraft design.

It involves a close coupling of aerodynamics, structures, and kinematics. The evolutionary trend of the HLD has been strongly driven by the dramatic improvement in aerodynamic tools optimization and in computational systems for complex Cited by: 2.

For high-lift airfoils the peak velocities around the leading edge can become supersonic at freestream Mach numbers of ~ If the local flow is at such a low speed everywhere that it can be assumed incompressible (M ≤.4, say), Laplace's Equation is essentially an exact representation of.

This paper discusses wind tunnel test results aimed at advancing active flow control technology to increase the aerodynamic efficiency of an aircraft during take-off.

A model of the outer section of a representative civil airliner wing was equipped with two-stage fluidic actuators between the slat edge and wing tip, where mechanical high-lift devices fail to integrate.

The experiments were Cited by: 1. A slat is a leading edge device which allows high energy air on the bottomw of the wing to move to the top of the wing to reduce separation at high angles of attack Single-slotted flap It is the type of flap at the trailing edge of a wing, which has one gap (through which high energy air from the bottom flows to the top) between the wing and.

possible when splitting up the NACA airfoil to have a detachable leading edge slat and flaps that would be able to fold up into the original airfoil shape.

−Advanced transonic wing design for improved speed and lift −High performance, but mechanically simplified high lift system for high reliability and reduced maintenance cost −Multi-disciplinary optimization for best combination of weight, drag and engine performance • Tightly integrated packaging of systems to reduce the size of.

Owl Wing Aerodynamics - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Actual test flights of live owls to solve the mystery of the leading edge comb on the owl' s 5/5(1). Flaps with Wavy Leading Edges for Robust Performance agains Upstream Trailing Vortices models in order to test the performance of a two-element airfoil with Wavy Leading Edge flap shape against upstream trailing vortices.

and the results indicated that gains of the order of 45% in maximum lift can be achieved combining large amplitude. Methods and related apparatus embodiments are disclosed that allow novel Conformal Vortex Generator and/or Elastomeric Vortex Generator art to improve energy efficiency and control capabilities at many surface points of a body or object moving at speed in aero/hydrodynamic Newtonian fluids, by reducing; shock energy losses, surface flow turbulence, and/or momentum layer by: 1 EIGHT SEATER SHORT RANGE BUSINESS JET AIRCRAFT AN AIRCRAFT DESIGN PROJECT-I REPORT Submitted by H () HA PRABHU () KUMAR ( () H () in partial fulfillm fulfillment for the award of the degree of.

Haines: "Scale Effects at High Lift and Low Speeds". AGARD-AG Scale Effects on Aircraft and Weapon Aerodynamics edited by Young, A. D., pp. 27 – 65, ; P.

May: "Aircraft airfoil with close-mounted engine and leading edge high lift system". Patent number maximum lift. Lift-alleviation designs are represented by a baseline BR wing and the topology though wash-out is preferred for a leading edge slat [98].

(membrane sailwings, flexible filaments), and optimization (rigid wing airfoil and planform optimization, tailoring). I review the literature pertaining to topology optimization as well. Advanced UAV Aerodynamics, Flight Stability and Control: Novel Concepts, Theory and Applications Pascual Marqués, Andrea Da Ronch Advanced UAV aerodynamics, flight stability and control: Novel concepts, theory and applications presents emerging aerospace technologies in the rapidly growing field of unmanned aircraft engineering.

Characterization of the flow field over a NACA airfoil using Stochastic estimation based surface pressure and hot film measurements Edgar J. Caraballo, Taylor Sullivan.

Get File | Flap (Aeronautics) | Lift (Force) design. The straight tapered un-swept wing was derived from the Brasilia's. The wing rear part was kept, including the original rear and front spars, but the entire leading edge was extended to reduce the airfoil maximum relative thickness from 16% to 14% at the root and from 12% to 10% at the tip.

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Objectives are aerodynamic efficiency, mission fuel, empty weight and maximum takeoff weight. The lift at a given angle of attack can be increased by increasing camber, but the maximum achievable lift is limited by the ability of a flow to follow the curvature of the airfoil.

When it cannot, the flow separates. One solution to prevent separation is to use a leading edge slat, trailing edge flaps or wall synthetic by: