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[top] M4 + Wings

[top] Mach 6 Bomber

[top] Mariner

[top] Mars

[top] Martin Models

[top] 74" Arrow Wing

[top] Martin 103 (M-103)

[top] Martin 344 Model

[top] Bullpup B Model

[top] 329C1 Seaplane Model

[top] Bysail Model

[top] Three Views

February 1960

[top] Hypersonic Research Vehicle

[top] Martin Dyna

[top] Lunar Vehicles on SV-5 Dyn. Shaker

[top] Martin SA 3

[top] Matador

[top] MAW

[top] McDonnell F4H-1

1/20-scale model of the McDonnell F4H-1

[top] McDonnell BC-22

[top] McDonnell-Douglas AFTI-15 and F-15

[top] Mercury

[top] Metric Half Span

[top] Minimum Concept

[top] Missiles

[top] Airbreathing

[top] Army A

[top] Asset Model

[top] Brake Missile Spinning Tail

[top] Cluster Booster

[top] Cruciform

[top] Winged Missile with Aft Tail Controls

[top] Low-Profile Tail

[top] GE Slamast

[top] GRM-III

[top] Hi-Lo Monoplane

[top] High ACPHA Wings

[top] High G

[top] Inter Agency

[top] Low-Profile Tail

[top] Low Angle Tail

[top] Luft Component

[top] Mag

[top] Maverick

[top] Missile Control

[top] Missiles Force and Pressure Model

[top] Monoplanar Assure

[top] Motorola Missile

[top] N.H. Missile

[top] Ram-Air

[top] Remote Control

[top] Reverse Tail

[top] Rolling Tail

[top] Scout

[top] SIP

[top] SLAM

[top] Sparrow

[top] Sped II

[top] Speed Ball

[top] Sprint

[top] Sting Effect

[top] Tomahawk

[top] Trailblazer

[top] Vector Jet

[top] WAF Supersonic Cruise

[top] Wing Canard

[top] Wing Trail Location

[top] Murp - Manned Upper Stage Reusable Payload

[top] Orbiters

[top] Straight Wing

[top] Delta Wing

[top] NA Delta HXO

[top] Project 964


[top] Grumman

[top] Project 964

[top] Project 967 Shuttle Heat Transfer

[top] 089 Project 1039

[top] DYN/089


[top] North American OA-20

[top] 9.5 H-33

[top] RCS

[top] String Interference

[top] OA-44

[top] Remote Control

[top] Outboard Tail

[top] Pacemaker

1967 Pacemaker1967 Pacemaker1967 Pacemaker1967 Pacemaker1967 Pacemaker

[top] Parachute Models

01-04-1972 Project 97301-04-1972 Project 973

[top] Parasol Wing

See also under another name: HYCAT

from retired researchers Bill Small and Noel Talcott:

This is an unusual model called a parasol wing configuration; and it was designed by Jim Boyd then at Lockheed Martin (LM). It was part of a larger contract between NASA and Lockheed Martin. Jim Boyd prosed this idea for many years and I believe that he worked for several of the aircraft companies in the 70’s and 80’s.

The idea behind this concept was to design a supersonic vehicle with a wing that captured the large shock wave from the body to generate additional lift. The hope was that the lift -drag ratio would thereby be much improved. The leading edge of the wing follows the shock wave generated by the fuselage. As I remember there were some beautiful photographs taken in the Unitary Plan Wind Tunnel (UPWT) of luminous oil flow patters created by the supersonic air flow.

The results showed that if you wanted a somewhat stubby shaped fuselage, such as appears on this concept, it might prove advantageous to design a missile or maybe an artillery shell, with a wrap-around wing, where, after launch, the wing would unwrap to a shape similar to what you see on this model. For a slender cruise shape however, the results did not seem to justify the complexity of a pylon mounted wing. There were also some heavy-duty computational fluid dynamics calculations done at Langley on this design.


US Patent #4598886 dated 7-8-1986

Aerodynamic characteristics of a parasol-wing-body combination utilizing favorable lift interference at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 4.63. Odell A. Morris. Robert J. Mack. TN D-4855.

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[top] PARD

1959 PARD's Scouts ORV Missile1959 PARD's Scouts ORV Missile1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section1975 NACA- Pard Re-Entry Nose cones High Mach Test Section

[top] Pershing

1960 Model in Tunnel Pershing1960 Model in Tunnel Pershing1960 Model in Tunnel Pershing1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Separation Model Low Mach1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model High Mach no. Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model High Mach no. Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section1960 Pershing Stage Separation Model Low Mach Test Section

[top] Petasos

1961 Petasos II1961 Petasos II1961 Petasos1961 Petasos1961 Petasos1961 Petasos1961 Petasos

[top] Picatinny

1962 Picatinny Arsenal1962 Picatinny Arsenal1962 Picatinny Arsenal1973 Picatinny Arsenal Projectile HEAP-1051973 Picatinny Arsenal Projectile HEAP-1051973 Picatinny Arsenal Projectile HEAP-1051973 Picatinny Arsenal Projectile HEAP-1051973 Picatinny Arsenal Projectile HEAP-105

[top] Pluto Inlet

1961 Pluto Inlet1961 Pluto Inlet1961 Pluto Inlet1961 Pluto Inlet1961 Pluto Inlet1961 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Pluto Inlet1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1962 Project SLAM Model1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam1963 A.M. 113 Marguard Pluto-Slam

[top] Polaris Missile

1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel1958 Polaris Model in Unitary Tunnel

[top] Project 1172

1976-11-17 Project 11721976-11-17 Project 11721976-11-17 Project 11721976-11-17 Project 1172

[top] Propfan Test Assessment (PTA)

A propfan is a type of aircraft engine related in concept to both the turboprop and turbofan. The engine uses a turbine to drive an unshielded propeller like a turboprop, but the propeller itself is designed with a number of short, highly twisted blades, the "fan" itself.

These tests were conducted in 1985 using a Gulfstream II model (test 401). Tests were conducted to evaluate the interior noise.

NASA 650 was a Gulfstream-II modified for the joint NASA/ Lockheed PTA program. The aircraft was fitted with a turboprop engine driving a "propfan" on the left wing only; a thick shield was applied to the side of the fuselage nearest the fan blades for protection. Also of interest are the long instrumentation boom and small counterweight on the left wing, and the much larger counterweight on the right wing, for balance purposes. The PTA program ran for about a year.

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