Russian Researchers Advance Laminar-Flow Airliner Concept

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TsAGI is developing a low-drag, low-noise concept for a short-haul aircraft.
Credit: TsAGI
Russian aerohydrodynamic institute TsAGI has completed a new series of wind-tunnel tests on a low-drag, low-noise concept for a short-range airliner. The design has a drag-reducing natural laminar flow wing with reduced sweep and engines mounted above the trailing edge, where the wing provides noise...

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