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Nonlinear Thermoelastic Effects on Hypersonic Stability and Control: Part I, Volume I, Aerodynamics

Report Number: FDL TDR 64-16 Part 1 Volume 1
Author: Batt, James R.
Corporate Author: Bell Aerosystems Company
Laboratory: AF Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1964-09
Pages: 82
Contract: AF 33(657)-7486
Project: 8219
Task: 821901
AD Number: AD0608469

Linnell's pressure prediction method is used as a basis for developing hypersonic aerodynamic influence coefficient matrices. The method developed accounts for the nonlinear variation of lifting pressure with angle of attack which is present at hypersonic speeds. Comparisons of theoretical and experimental hypersonic pressure distributions are made.

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