Searching for Don Bailey/ Aerodynamic Washout
Does anyone out there have an e-mail address for Don Bailey?
You can send it to email@example.com if he doesn't want it worded about.
Failing that, can anyone explain aerodynamic washout to me?
By that I mean how do you choose airfoils for root and tip to get washout, but avoid putting a 'twist' in the wing.
Any favorite airfoils for this?
Thanks for the input guys. I know the article you are talking about...I'm away from home right now for 10 more days, and can't get the article.
Michael, I got your e-mail, thanks again.
Any practical examples/suggestions?
E205 for root and E168 for tip?
Thanks for any input...
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