Evolution of the Airfoil #1847

#1847 Evolution of the Airfoil by JVPD
Photo of the historical evolution of airfoil sections, 1908-1944. The last two shapes are low-drag sections designed to have laminar flow over 60 to 70 percent of chord on both the upper and lower surface.

Photo Credit: NACA-LaRC [0003-0612-1913-5252] by 0003

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