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Stall/Spin Research Status Report
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1974 by SAE International in United States
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This paper will present the scope of an NASA program aimed at improving the design and evaluation techniques relative to stall/spin characteristics of general-aviation aircraft. The program encompasses analytical studies, full-scale and model wind-tunnel tests, radio-control model, and full-scale flight tests. Initial spin-tunnel results of several tail designs on a representative light airplane will be discussed.
|Technical Paper||The Influence of Bobweights and Downsprings on Flying Qualities|
|Technical Paper||STALL/SPIN STUDIES RELATING TO LIGHT GENERAL-AVIATION AIRCRAFT|
|Technical Paper||Reduction of Stall-Spin Entry Tendencies Through Wing Aerodynamic Design|
CitationBowman, J. and Burk, S., "Stall/Spin Research Status Report," SAE Technical Paper 740354, 1974, https://doi.org/10.4271/740354.
- Bowman, James S. Jr. Burk, Sanger M. Jr. “Stall/Spin Studies Relating to Light General-Aviation Aircraft.” SAE Report No. 730320, Business Aircraft Meeting Wichita, Kansas April 3-6 1973