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Parameters of a Airfoil

11/24/2009 10:48 PM

Hello

Some of you can tell me how I can calculate the max. camber value and his position? The NACA formules that I found is given with an example of airfoil already known but if I wanna project one airfoil where I can get more informations about the datas? Someone can help?

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Re: Parameters of a Airfoil

11/26/2009 2:04 AM

Hello there.

Please go here:

http://www.profili2.com/eng/default.htm

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Re: Parameters of a Airfoil

11/26/2009 5:03 AM

Maybe having a look here will help: lots of links to aerofoil design software.

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