Innovation in Flight: Research of the NASA Langley Research Center on Revolutionary Advanced Concepts for Aeronautics

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2005 - 389 pages
 

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Page 28 - It is my judgment that this Government should immediately commence a new program in partnership with private industry to develop at the earliest practical date the prototype of a commercially successful supersonic transport superior to that being built in any other country of the world .... Neither the economics nor the politics of international competition permits us to stand still in this area.
Page 340 - VOTEX-SYSTEM DETAILS OBTAINED ON F-106B AIRCRAFT USING A ROTATING VAPOR SCREEN AND SURFACE TECHNIQUES John E.
Page 333 - Flight Investigation of Boundary-Layer Control by Suction Slots on an NACA 35-215 Low-Drag Airfoil at High Reynolds Numbers.
Page 322 - GROUND-BASED AND IN-FLIGHT SIMULATOR STUDIES OF LOW-SPEED HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO SUPERSONIC CRUISE TRANSPORT CONCEPTS William D Grantham.
Page 325 - NIXON, CHARLES W. ; AND HUBBARD, HARVEY H. : Results of USAF-NASAFAA Flight Program to Study Community Responses to Sonic Booms in the Greater St. Louis Area.
Page 322 - LOW SUBSONIC FLIGHT AND FORCE INVESTIGATION OF A SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT MODEL WITH A VARIABLE-SWEEP WING Delma C.
Page 325 - Wind-Tunnel/Flight Correlation Study of Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Large Flexible Supersonic Cruise Airplane (XB-70-1), Vol.
Page 69 - States of present and especially future foreign supersonic transport aircraft, and (3) to provide a sound technical basis for any future consideration that may be given by the United States to the development of an environmentally acceptable and economically viable commercial supersonic transport.
Page 62 - FY 2000 of $ 1 .0065 billion is focused on maximizing a return to our highest priority goals Aeronautics We are proud of our past accomplishments in two focused programs, High Speed Research (HSR) and Advanced Subsonic Technology (AST). Although dramatic advances were made against the original HSR program goals, our industry partners indicated that product development would be significantly delayed, which led to the decision to terminate this program in FY 1999.
Page 323 - HILTON, DAVID A.: HUCKEL, VERA; STEINER. ROY; AND MAGLIERI, DOMENIC J.: SonicBoom Exposures During FAA Community-Response Studies Over a 6-Month Period in the Oklahoma City Area.

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