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Rolls were predicted for the 737/CCW configuration. The tradeoff in increased liftable weight at constant ground roll is possible here as well. ). Climb angle over the 50-ft obstacle is slightly less for the CCW aircraft41than for the conventional one. These pneumatic benefits are not limited to subsonic transports. Reference 42 reports on the application of CCW to a generic High-speed Civil Transport (HSCT) configuration developed by GTRI for NASA Langley Research Center. Here the intention was to reduce takeoff wing area required (and thus increase cruise performance) by employing simplified CCW flaps and trading increased lift coefficient for reduced wing area.

J. ENGLAR associated story) showing that Coanda had originally used the Coanda device for a totally different purpose: as a means to deflect the exhaust of a radial piston engine away from a wooden aircraft fuselage. During its first flight, these shielding plates actually entrained the hot exhaust flow inward, igniting and destroying the aircraft. Figure 2 shows the basic Coanda device as later formulated by him (after the fire exhaust incident) and its application to a fixed-wing aircraft (which in this case appears to be a form of BLC device).

Louis, MO, 14-16 Sept. 1987. Chapter 2 Overview of Circulation Control Pneumatic Aerodynamics: Blown Force and Moment Augmentation and Modification as Applied Primarily to Fixed-Wing Aircraft Robert J. Englar* Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia Nomenclature Aj = blowing slot area b = wingspan c = chord length cf = flap chord length c d , cD = 2-D or 3-D drag coefficient CDE= equivalent drag coefficient C,, CL = 2-D or 3-D lift coefficient C,,,, = maximum lift coefficient CN = yawing moment coefficient CT = thrust coefficient C y = side force coefficient C , = 2-D or 3-D jet momentum coefficient (see Eq.

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