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First released in 1999 as quantity thirteen within the NASA "Monograph in Aerospace background" sequence. This learn includes photos and illustrations.

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S. C. K. Land, “Transition Flight Experiments on a Swept Wing with Suction” (AIAA paper 89-1893, 1989); Albert L. Braslow and Dal V. Maddalon, Flight Tests of Three-Dimensional Surface Roughness in the High-Crossflow Region of a Swept Wing with Laminar-Flow Control (Washington, DC: NASA TM 109035, October 1993); Albert L. Braslow and Dal V. Maddalon, Flight Tests of Surface Roughness Representative of Construction Rivets on a Swept Wing with Laminar-Flow Control (Washington, DC: NASA TM 109103, April 1994).

Comparison of sweptwing surface roughness data with unswept-wing von DoenhoffBraslow data correlation. 76 From the second and third sources cited in footnote 73. 77 For any reader interested in a brief summary of the basic two- and three-dimensional roughness effects on laminar flow without crossflow, the discussion on pages 2-4 of the second citation in footnote 73 is recommended. 78 From Figure 7 of the third source cited in footnote 73. 79 See von Doenhoff and Braslow, “The Effects of Distributed Surface Roughness on Laminar Flow,” pp.

Jasperson, Gregory D. Nastrom, Richard E. Davis, and James D. Holdeman, GASP Cloud- and ParticleEncounter Statistics, and Their Application to LFC Aircraft Studies, Vol. I: Analysis and Conclusions, and Vol. II: Appendixes (Washington, DC: NASA Technical Memorandum 85835, October 1984). 28 xxxiii Figure 16. Possibilities of laminar flow on swept wings. In addition, during the JetStar LEFT program, the Dryden flight-test team measured the size and concentration of atmospheric particles encountered at the same time they measured the degree of laminar-flow degradation.

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