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Design, Fabrication, Testing, And Data Analysis Of Adam II Concept (Propulsive Wing). Part I, General And Summary Information

Report Number: AFFDL TR 68-31 Part 1
Author: McClure, James G.
Author: Shumway, Justin F.
Author: Cragin, Glen P., Jr
Corporate Author: LTV Aerospace Corp Dallas Tx Vought Aeronautics Div
Laboratory: Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1968-05
Pages: 89
Contract: AF 33(615)-3293
Project: 1366
Task: 136617
AD Number: AD0832603

Abstract:
Design, fabrication, testing, and data analysis of an ADAM II concept (propulsive wing) V/STOL airplane model has been performed by the Vought Aeronautics Division, LTV Aerospace Corporation, Dallas, Texas, under a contract supported jointly by the United States Air Force and the United States Army. The actual testing was conducted by the personnel of the NASA Langley Research Center (LRC) in the 17-foot test section of the LRC 7-foot by 10-foot low speed wind tunnel and in the LRC 16-foot transonic wind tunnel. The results detailed in Parts II, III, and IV are generally favorable and have led to a recommendation for continued development of the ADAM II concept.


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Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control
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