Aerodynamic-Structural Study of Canard Wing, Dual Wing, and Conventional Wing Systems for General Aviation Applications
An analytical aerodynamic-structural airplane configuration study was conducted to assess performance gains achievable through advanced design concepts. The mission specification was for 350 mph, range of 1500 st. mi., at altitudes between 30,000 and 40,0
B. P. Selberg and D. Cronin, "Aerodynamic-Structural Study of Canard Wing, Dual Wing, and Conventional Wing Systems for General Aviation Applications," University of Missouri--Rolla, Jan 1985.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Aerodynamic Characteristics; Aerodynamic Configurations; Aircraft Design; Canard Configurations; General Aviation Aircraft; Structural Analysis; Weight Analysis; Wings
Report - Technical
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