WER-1: Two dimensional tests of GA(W)-1 and GA(W)-2 airfoils at angles- of-attack from 0 to 360 degrees
Satran, Dale and Melvin H. Snider.Two dimensional tests of GA(W)-1 and GA(W)-2 airfoils at angles- of-attack from 0 to 360 degrees Wichita, Kan. : Wichita State University, Wind Energy Laboratory, 1977. 37 p.
Tests of the GA(W) - l and GA(W)-2 airfoils were conducted in the 2- D test section of the Wichita State University 7' x 10' low speed wind tunnel to determine the lift , drag, and pitching moment coefficients of the airfoils. The chords of the aluminum models were six inches. The airfoils were tested at three Reynolds numbers: .37 x 10 I .51 x 10, and .67 x 10, and at angles of attack from a to 360 degrees . Hysteresis studies were also performed from negative stall to positive stall.
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