By Albert L. Braslow, NASA History Division
First released in 1999 as quantity thirteen within the NASA "Monograph in Aerospace heritage" sequence. This examine includes pictures and illustrations.
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The figure shows a large improvement in L/D for HLFC as compared with NLF. For the larger airplanes, of course, appreciably larger benefits are obtained with active laminar-flow control with suction to positions farther aft. As in the case of LFC farther aft, the concept of hybrid laminar-flow control requires smoothness of surface finish and contour as well as protection from insect residue and ice accumulation in the leading-edge region. The systems developed in the LEFT program for the leading-edge region are equally applicable for the hybrid laminar-flow control application.
S. Collier, Jr. The author, after his retirement from NASA in 1980, continued to provide significant input into the planning, analysis and reporting of much of the experimental research and development activities through local aerospace contractors. Dal V. Maddalon was technical monitor for these contracts. See ALB files, four folders labeled SASC (Systems and Applied Sciences Corporation) and one folder labeled Analytical Services and Materials, Inc. , 1993). 73 Dal V. S. C. K. Land, “Transition Flight Experiments on a Swept Wing with Suction” (AIAA paper 89-1893, 1989); Albert L.
74 See von Doenhoff and Braslow, “The Effects of Distributed Surface Roughness on Laminar Flow,” pp. 657-681, cited in footnote 27. 75 Dezso George-Falvy, “In Quest of the Laminar-Flow Airliner—Flight Experiments on a T-33 Jet Trainer,” 9th Hungarian Aeronautical Science Conference, Budapest, Hungary (10-12 November 1988). 26 xxxi exacerbate the roughness effects. 79 The vertical bracket indicates a range of roughness data obtained on the sweptback JetStar in a region of high crossflow. The horizontal line represents other roughness data obtained on the JetStar in both low and high crossflow.
A History of Suction-Type Laminar-Flow Control with Emphasis on Flight Research. Monograph in Aerospace History, No. 13, 1999 by Albert L. Braslow, NASA History Division