NASA Plans Summer Tests That Could Result In Improved Aircraft Tails

NASA this summer plans to begin wind tunnel tests of a control system augmentation method that could produce more efficient commercial aircraft designs. The tests, part of NASA’s Environmentally Responsible Aviation Project, incorporate a technology called sweeping jet active flow control on a full...

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