A Progress Report on the Development of an Augmentor Wing Jet STOL Research Aircraft 710757
The joint development of an augmentor wing jet STOL research aircraft by NASA and the Canadian Government Department of Industry, Trade, and Commerce has progressed to the point that the design of the modifications to the de Havilland C-8A Buffalo are complete and the engines are being tested. The predicted performance shows that the airplane will be able to take off and land in less than 1500 ft. Simulation studies indicate that the handling qualities of the airplane, with stability augmentation, will be acceptable for STOL research missions.
Citation: Quigley, H., Sinclair, S., Nark, T., and O'Keefe, J., "A Progress Report on the Development of an Augmentor Wing Jet STOL Research Aircraft," SAE Technical Paper 710757, 1971, https://doi.org/10.4271/710757. Download Citation
Hervey C. Quigley, S. R. M. Sinclair, Theodore C. Nark, Jack V. O'Keefe
Ames Research Center, NASA, The Boeing Co.
National Aeronautical and Space Engineering and Manufacturing Meeting