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  • Aerodynamics  (1)
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    Publication Date: 2019-08-15
    Description: Power, wing angle of attack, and the angle of the duct relative to the wing were varied to achieve a specified lift and thrust for a forward velocity range from 0 to 140 knots. In this manner a so-called transition program of steady-state conditions was defined over the velocity range. It was found-that large pitch-up moments resulted when the ducted fan was operated at an angle of attack to the air stream. A deflected vane installed in the high-energy air at the duct exit was helpful in reducing these pitch-up moments. Large downwash angles were induced by the ducted fan at a selected horizontal-tail location. The possibility of using guide vanes in the duct inlet to vary thrust for the purpose of roll control at low forward speeds was examined.The maximum incremental thrust available at zero forward velocity was found to be 11% of the total thrust required at that speed.
    Keywords: Aerodynamics
    Type: NASA-TN-D-776
    Format: application/pdf
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