1988-10-01

What Drives Unique Configurations 881353

This paper presents examples of how severe and/or novel design requirements can ‘drive’ an airplane designer to select a ‘unique’ configuration.
Examples to illustrate this are given for the flying wing, for two- and for three-surface canards and for joined wing airplane configurations. Brief historical reviews are also provided.

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