Slotted Laminar Flow Airfoil Offers Path To Ultraefficient Airliners
Natural laminar flow is a known means of reducing aircraft drag and energy consumption, but its practical implementation is difficult on commercial airliners that cruise at transonic speeds and account for the bulk of aviation’s carbon emissions. A team led by the University of Tennessee (UT) at...
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