1974-02-01

Stall/Spin Research Status Report 740354

This paper will present the scope of an NASA program aimed at improving the design and evaluation techniques relative to stall/spin characteristics of general-aviation aircraft. The program encompasses analytical studies, full-scale and model wind-tunnel tests, radio-control model, and full-scale flight tests. Initial spin-tunnel results of several tail designs on a representative light airplane will be discussed.

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