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Flying recommenced at Woodley later that month. A symmetrical bi-convex wing aerofoil section was chosen with its thickest point at 50% chord, as being structurally easier than a simple double-wedge aerofoil which had theoretically better supersonic drag characteristics. Structurally the wing was to all intents solid, being attached to the fuselage frames behind the engine such that the incidence setting of the wing could be changed on the ground. In plan form the wing was almost elliptical, but with tips cut off diagonally along the line of the outer shock wave.
Apparently both Ackeret’s and Ferri’s analysis of these tests favoured the bi-convex aerofoil for supersonic flight. 1. Adolph Busemann was a German aerodynamicist, who was considered a leading authority on wing sweepback. 2. Chord is the distance between the leading edge and trailing edge of the wing. 1. S. Farren, Director of the RAE Farnborough, to seek out the aviation advanced technology secrets in post-war Germany. The Mission was comprised of RAE scientists and test pilots. 4 The Supersonic Committee The Me 163A starting its take-off run at Peenemünde.
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