1977-02-01

An Investigation of the Aerodynamics and Cooling of a Horizontally-Opposed Engine Installation 770467

A research program to investigate the aerodynamics of reciprocating aircraft engine cooling installations is discussed. Current results from a flight test program are presented concerning installation flow measurement methods. The influence of different inlet designs on installation cooling effectiveness and efficiency are described.

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