Aerodynamic characteristics and geometric properties of half- and complete-ring-body configurations for supersonic design Mach number.
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A presentation of the optimum aerodynamic characteristics and the associated nondimensional geometries for half- and complete-ring-body configuration as functions of three parameters: design point Mach number, reduced aspect ratio of the wing planview, and average skin friction coefficient. These configurations use thickness drag cancellation, skin friction reductions, and drag-due- to-lift reductions to effect high lift-drag ratios
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