Feb 1, 2003byAddy, Harold E., Jr.; Broeren, Andy P.; Zoeckler, Joesph G.; Lee, Sa
Aerodynamic wind tunnel tests were conducted to study the effects of various ice accretions on the aerodynamic performance of a 36-inch chord, two-dimensional business jet airfoil. Eight different ice shape configurations were tested. Four were castings made from molds of ice shapes accreted in an icing wind tunnel. Two were made using computationally smoothed tracings of two of the ice shapes accreted in the icing tunnel. These smoothed profiles were then extended in the spanwise direction to... Topics: OZONE, ADIABATIC CONDITIONS, TROPOSPHERE, SMOKE, AIR WATER INTERACTIONS, LONG WAVE RADIATION,...