An experimental and analytical study of the aerodynamic interference effects between two Sears-Haack bodies at Mach 2.7.
- Bantle, J. W.
- Apr 1, 1985.
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- Aerodynamic interference effects were studied for two slender, streamlined bodies of revolution at Mach 2.7. A wind tunnel investigation produced force and moment data and measurements of pressure distributions on the bodies. As these bodies remained parallel with each other and with the freestream flow, their relative lateral and longitudinal spacing were varied. Results of theoretical methods were used in the analysis of results. The interference effects between the two bodies yielded less total drag than a single body of equal total volume and the same length.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19850018362.
Accession ID: 85N26673.
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