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Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Aerospace Engineering
Dr. Eric R. Perrell
Dr. James Ladesic
Dr. Vladimir Golubev
The wing sweep schedule for the Gulfstream Quiet Supersonic Jet (wing and body) was investigated using CFD analysis methods. The use of automating the gridding procedure allowed for numerous cases to be investigated. The examination of the drag polar for different Mach cases indicated the optimum corresponding wing sweep position. The study results revealed that for the Mach 0.85 case, the wings should remain at the forward most pivoted position (Ʌ=25°). The Mach 1.1 case indicted that the wings should be in the fully swept back position (Ʌ=60°). The majority of the wing sweep transition occurs from Mach 0.85 to 0.90 where the optimum position was found to be for a sweep of 40°.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kazeneh, Ali, "Development of Automatic CFD Grid Generation for the Design of the Preliminary Wing Sweep Schedule for the Gulfstream Quiet Supersonic Jet" (2008). Theses - Daytona Beach. 95.