1966-02-01

Aerodynamic Drag Characteristics of Land Speed Record Vehicles 660387

An analysis is presented of several existing land speed record cars and the aerodynamic drag characteristics involved in attaining the speed of sound. The importance of minimum profile area is discussed with the implication that the two wheel tandem principle presents the ultimate form for land speed record attempts achieving Mach I speeds.

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