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NASA
Technical

Paper
1962
1982

Static Internal Performance


of Single Expansion-Ramp
Nozzles With Thrust
Vectoring and Reversing
Richard J. Re
and Bobby L. Berrier
Langley Research Center
H a m p t o n , Virginia

National Aeronautics
ana Space Administration
Scientific and Tecnnical
Information Branch

SUMMARY
A n investigation has been conducted at static conditions (wind off) in the
static-test facility of the Langley 16-Foot Transonic Tunnel. The effects of geometric design parameters on the internal performance of nonaxisymmetric single
expansion-ramp nozzles were investigated at nozzle pressure ratios up to approximately 10. Forward-flight (cruise), vectored-thrust, and reversed-thrust nozzle
operating modes were investigated.

The results of this investigation indicate that single expansion-ramp nozzle


peak (on design) performance is not as high as peak performance for comparable nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzles. However, at off-design nozzle pressure
ratios, single expansion-ramp nozzle performance is significantly higher than nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzle performance. Test results also show that a
thrust-vectoring concept utilizing upper and lower nozzle flaps was a much more
effective flow-turning device than a thrust-vectoring concept utilizing only a single
flap near the trailing edge of the upper expansion ramp. A l l thrust-reverser configurations investigated produced significant levels of reverse thrust, however, only
one exhaust-flow blocker position provided a minimal normal-force component of
thrust.

INTRODUCTION
Since the advent of the turbojet engine, exhaust nozzles have traditionally been
circular in cross section to facilitate integration with the engine. Extensive
development of the "round" nozzle concept has resulted in structurally and thermally
efficient exhaust systems with high internal performance. However, experimental
investigations (refs. 1 to 3) on current twin-engine fighter aircraft have shown that
sizable airplane performance penalties are associated with the installation of the
exhaust system into the airframe. Most of the external installation penalty, for
multiengine aircraft, probably results from the integration of "round" nozzles into a
"rectangular" afterbody. (See ref. 4 . )
These configurations inherently have boattailed "gutter" interfairings or base regions on the afterbody.
Recent studies on twin-engine fighter airplanes (refs. 5 to 13) have identified
potential benefits of nonaxisymmetric or two-dimensional nozzles. This nozzle concept is geometrically amenable to improved capability in the areas of improved
integration for installed drag reduction; thrust vectoring for maneuver enhancement
and short-field take-off and landing (STOL); and thrust reversing for improved
agility, ground handling, and reduced landing ground roll. One of the most promising
types of nonaxisymmetric nozzles identified in recent years is the single expansionramp nozzle (SERN) (refs. 8 and 13 to 23). The SERN was originally developed with a
jet deflector to provide high vector angles (up to llOo) for vertical take-off and
landing (VTOL) operations (refs. 15 to 18 and 20). However, system studies and wind
tunnel tests. have shown that the SERN is also competitive with other nozzle types
during cruise and combat operating modes (refs. 8, 13, and 21 to 23). If conventional or moderate STOL performance is desired, the jet deflector can be removed from
the SERN design to reduce nozzle weight and low vector angles can be achieved by
deflection of the nozzle expansion surfaces. Most of the experimental investigations
conducted on the SERN have concentrated on quantifying the uninstalled and installed

i
b

II

performance of a s p e c i f i c nozzle design a t v a r i o u s n o z z l e p o w e r s e t t i n g s d u r i n g


c r u i s e and v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i n g modes.
These i n v e s t i g a t i o n s d i d n o t i n c l u d e a
r e v e r s e - t h r u s t o p e r a t i n g mode f o r t h e SERN.
U n t i l now, l i t t l e e f f o r t has been
expended on p r o v i d i n g parametric data on t h e geometric v a r i a b l e s of i n t e r n a l n o z z l e
d e s i g n which could l e a d t o improved SERN d e s i g n s with h i g h e r performance and/or l o w e r
s t r u c t u r a l weight.
The e f f e c t of s i d e w a l l geometry on SERN performance i s r e p o r t e d
i n r e f e r e n c e 19 and a l i m i t e d amount of data on t h e e f f e c t o f nozzle aspect r a t i o on
SERN performance i s c o n t a i n e d i n r e f e r e n c e 21.
This paper p r e s e n t s s t a t i c i n t e r n a l performance of s i n g l e expansion-ramp n o z z l e s
with geometries r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of c r u i s e , v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t , and r e v e r s e d - t h r u s t opera t i n g modes. The e f f e c t s of nozzle expansion r a t i o , lower-flap l e n g t h , lower-flap
divergence a n g l e , and s i d e w a l l cutback on i n t e r n a l performance a r e p r e s e n t e d f o r t h e
Two t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g schemes w e r e i n v e s t i c r u i s e o r f o r w a r d - f l i g h t o p e r a t i n g mode.
The e f f e c t of s i d e w a l l l e n g t h
gated a t design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s f r o m - l o o t o 20.
i s p r e s e n t e d a t a design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e e q u a l t o 20.
For t h e r e v e r s e - t h r u s t
o p e r a t i n g mode, t h e e f f e c t of exhaust-flow b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n on t h r u s t and normal
f o r c e is p r e s e n t e d . T h i s i n v e s t i g a t i o n w a s conducted i n t h e s t a t i c - t e s t f a c i l i t y of
t h e Langley 16-Foot Transonic Tunnel a t a Mach number of 0 and a t n o z z l e p r e s s u r e
r a t i o s up t o approximately 10.
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION
A l l f o r c e s ( w i t h t h e exception of r e s u l t a n t g r o s s t h r u s t ) and a n g l e s a r e
r e f e r r e d t o t h e model c e n t e r l i n e (body a x i s ) . A d e t a i l e d d i s c u s s i o n of t h e d a t a r e d u c t i o n and c a l i b r a t i o n procedures as w e l l as d e f i n i t i o n s of f o r c e s , a n g l e s , and
p r o p u l s i o n r e l a t i o n s h i p s used h e r e i n can be found i n r e f e r e n c e 14.

n o z z l e - t h r o a t aspect r a t i o ,

AR

wt/ht

n o z z l e - e x i t a r e a , cm2

e
'

measured a t end

( Ae/At

e x t e r n a l expansion r a t i o f o r f u l l y expanded flow (Ae


of nozzle expansion r a m p )

( Ae/At

i n t e r n a l expansion r a t i o (Ae measured a t end of nozzle lower f l a p )

geometric area of r e v e r s e r - p o r t

At

n o z z l e geometric t h r o a t area, cm2

measured t h r u s t along body a x i s , N

minimum, c m 2

Fi

Fr

r e s u l t a n t gross t h r u s t ,

he

nozzle-exit height, c m

ht

'f
2

v m ,

n o z z l e - t h r o a t h e i g h t , cm
a x i a l l e n g t h of nozzle f l a p , c m

9i

vf

a x i a l l e n g t h of upper v e c t o r i n g f l a p , cm

measured normal f o r c e , N

local s t a t i c p r e s s u r e , Pa

Pt, j

j e t t o t a l p r e s s u r e , Pa

P,

ambient p r e s s u r e , Pa

p t or Pt

p o i n t number

gas c o n s t a n t , 287.3 J/kg-K

Sta.

model s t a t i o n , cm

Tt,j

wi
W

Wt
X

j e t t o t a l temperature, K
i d e a l mass-f low r a t e , kg/sec
measured mass-f low r a t e , kg/sec
nozzle-throat

width,

10.157 cm

a x i a l d i s t a n c e measured from nozzle connect s t a t i o n ( p o s i t i v e


downstream), cm

Xt

l e n g t h f r o m n o z z l e connect s t a t i o n t o n o z z l e - t h r o a t s t a t i o n , cm

l a t e r a l d i s t a n c e measured from model c e n t e r l i n e ( p o s i t i v e t o l e f t


l o o k i n g upstream), cm

v e r t i c a l d i s t a n c e measured from model c e n t e r l i n e ( p o s i t i v e u p ) , c m

v e r t i c a l d i s t a n c e of n o z z l e - f l a p t r a i l i n g edge from model c e n t e r l i n e


( p o s i t i v e u p ) , cm

nozzle-f lap t e r m i n a l divergence a n g l e , deg

r a t i o of s p e c i f i c h e a t s ,

static

r e s u l t a n t thrust-vector

d e s i g n t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e measured from h o r i z o n t a l r e f e r e n c e l i n e
( p o s i t i v e f o r downward d e f l e c t i o n a n g l e s ) , deg

1.3997 f o r a i r
angle,

tan

f,

deg

Subscripts:
external
internal

lower
upper
3

Configuration designations:
SERN

single expansion-ramp nozzle

Fl,...,F6

forward-flight (cruise) SERN configurations

,
)
VF1( 6v),VF2( 6v),VF3( 6
Vl(6,)

,
)
,V2( 6v),V3( 6

Rl,...,E

vectored upper-flap SEKN configurations where


6, = Design thrust-vector angle
vectored upper- and lower-flap SERN configurations
where 6, = Design thrust-vector angle

reversed-thrust SERN configurations

APPARATUS AND METHODS


Static-Test Facility
This investigation was conducted in the static-test facility of the Langley
16-Foot Transonic Tunnel. The testing was done in a room with a high ceiling where
the jet could exhaust to atmosphere through a large open doorway. This facility
utilizes the same clean, dry-air supply as that used in the 16-Foot Transonic Tunnel
and a similar air-control system, including valving, filters, and a heat exchanger
(to operate the jet flow at constant stagnation temperature). Data were recorded on
a 96-channel, magnetic-tape data acquisition system.

Single-Engine Propulsion-Simulation System


A sketch of the single-engine air-powered nacelle model on which various nozzles
were mounted is presented in figure 1 with a typical nozzle configuration attached.
The body shell forward of station (Sta.) 52.07 was removed for this investigation.
An external high-pressure air system provided a continuous flow of clean, dry
air at a controlled temperature of about 300 K. This high-pressure air was varied up
to approximately 10 atm ( 1 atm = 101.3 kPa) and was brought through the dolly-mounted
support strut by six tubes which connect to a high-pressure plenum chamber. As shown
in figure 1, the air was then discharged perpendicularly into the model low-pressure
plenum through eight multiholed sonic nozzles equally spaced around the high-pressure
plenum. This method was designed to minimize any forces imposed by the transfer of
axial momentum as the air is passed from the nonmetric high-pressure plenum to
the metric (mounted to the force balance) low-pressure plenum. Two flexible metal
bellows are used as seals and serve to compensate for axial forces caused by
pressurization.

The air was then passed from the model low-pressure plenum (circular in cross
section) through a transition section, choke plate, and instrumentation section which
were common for all nonaxisymmetric nozzles investigated. The transition section
provided a smooth flow path for the airflow from the round low-pressure plenum to the
rectangular choke plate and instrumentation section. The instrumentation section had
a flow-path width-to-height ratio of 1.437 and was identical in geometry to the nozzle airflow entrance. All nozzle configurations were attached to the instrumentation
section at model station 104.47.

Nozzle Design
The single expansion-ramp nozzle ( SERN) is a nonaxisymmetric, variable-area,
internal/external expansion exhaust system. A photograph showing a typical SERN test
nozzle installed on the single-engine propulsion-simulation system is shown in figure 2. Basic nozzle components consist of (1) a 2-D variable-geometry convergentdivergent upper-flap assembly used to vary nozzle power setting (throat area), (2) a
2-D variable lower flap used to vary nozzle expansion ratio Ae/At, and (3) a 2-D
upper external expansion ramp. Note that the throat is forward of the variable lower
flap so that the power setting
is independent of the lower-flap position or
expansion ratio Ae/At.
Additional details on nozzle operation and construction can
be found in references 15 and 16. A l l test nozzles had a nominally constant exhaustf l o w path width of 10.16 cm. Parametric geometry changes were achieved by using
interchangeable upper and lower nozzle flaps and sidewalls.
Figure 3 presents sketches showing the geometry of the six cruise or forwardflight SERN configurations tested. Important geometric parameters for these six
configurations are summarized in table I. Simulation of a variable lower flap (variable expansion ratio Ae/At) at a constant power setting
was achieved by testing
configurations F1, F2, and F3. The internal expansion ratio (Ae/At)i varied from
1.097 to 1.391 for these configurations. Configurations F4 and F5 were used to study
the effect of lower-flap geometry changes and configuration F6 was used to investigate the effect of sidewall cutback. Configurations F2 and F6 have been previously
tested and data are reported in reference 19 as configurations SR4 and SR2,
respectively.
Two thrust-vectoring concepts for SERN were studied during the current investigation. The first concept incorporates a variable flap in the trailing edge of the
2-D upper external expansion surface. This thrust-vectoring concept results in
external turning of the supersonic exhaust stream. Figure 4 presents a sketch show, equals the .design
ing the geometry of nozzle configuration vF1(6,),
where 6
thrust-vector angle (which was varied from -100 (up) to 200 (down)). It should be
noted that the unvectored or cruise nozzle configuration VFl(0) is nozzle configuration F6 shown previously in figure 3. Also shown in figure 4 is the geometry for
configurations VF2(20) and VF3(20) which were used to investigate the effect of
sidewall length during vectored-thrust operation (6, = 20O). The second thrustvectoring concept incorporates a variable full-length upper expansion surface used in
conjunction with the existing variable lower flap. This thrust-vectoring concept
results in internal turning of the supersonic exhaust stream. Figure 5 presents a
sketch of configuration Vl(6,)
which simulates this thrust-vectoring concept at
design thrust-vector angles from -loo to 200. The unvectored or cruise nozzle configuration Vl(0) is again configuration F6 shown previously in figure 3. The geometry for configurations V2( 20) and V3( 20), which were used to study the effect of
sidewall length during vectored-thrust operation, is also shown in figure 5.

Sketches of SERN configurations in reverse-thrust operating modes are shown in


figure 6. These configurations simulate a SERN reverse-thrust concept in which the
upper expansion ramp forms an exhaust-flow blocker .while simultaneously opening a
reverse-port exit on the nozzle upper surface. A parametric study of the exhaustflow blocker position, illustrated by the sketches of figure 6(b), was conducted to
determine thrust-reverser efficiency (50-percent reverse thrust suggested as a goal
in ref. 14) and potential impact on aircraft stability and control by examining
normal force generated by each blocker position. The minimum open area of each port

for each blocker position is shown in figure 6(b). For all blocker positions, the
sum of the minimum port areas was greater than the upstream forward-flight (cruise)
geometric throat area. The included angle of the blocker face was 88.750 for all
configurations. The geometry of the blocker aft of the blocker face is not intended
to represent the geometry of actual flight hardware but was designed as shown for
ease of static-test hardware fabrication.

Instrumentation
A three-component strain-gage balance was used to measure the forces and moments
on the model downstream of station 52.07 cm. (See fig. 1 . ) Jet total pressure was
measured at a fixed station in the instrumentation section (see fig. 1 ) by means of a
four-probe rake through the upper surface, a three-probe rake through the side, and
a three-probe rake through the corner. A thermocouple, also located in the instrumentation section, was used to measure jet total temperature. Mass flow of the
high-pressure air supplied to the nozzle was determined from pressure and temperature
measurements in the high-pressure plenum (see fig. 1 ) calibrated with standard
axisymmetric nozzles. Internal static-pressure orifices were located on the nozzle
upper and lower flaps and on the blocker of reverse-thrust configuration R 1 . Typical
internal static-pressure instrumentation is illustrated in the sketches of figure 7.
Coordinates of the static-pressure orifices for each configuration are given in
table 11.

Data Reduction
All data were recorded simultaneously on magnetic tape. Approximately 11 frames
of data, taken at a rate of 2 frames per second, were used for each data point;
average values were used in computations. Data were recorded in an ascending order
of Pt,j with several repeat points being recorded as pt,j was decreased from the
maximum value obtained. With the exception of resultant g r o s s thrust Fr, all force
data in this report are referenced to the model center line.
The basic performance parameter used for the presentation of results is the
internal thrust ratio F/Fi, which is the ratio of the actual nozzle thrust (along
the body axis) to the ideal nozzle thrust. Actual nozzle thrust was obtained from
the balance axial-force measurement corrected for weight tares and balance interactions. Although the bellows arrangement was designed to eliminate pressure and
momentum interactions with the balance, small bellows tares on axial, normal, and
pitch balance components still exist. These tares result from a small pressure difference between the ends of the bellows when internal velocities are high and also
small differences in the forward and aft bellows spring constants when the bellows
are pressurized. As discussed in reference 1 4 , these bellows tares were determined
by running.calibration nozzles with known performance over a range of expected
normal forces and pitching moments. The balance data were then corrected in a manner
similar to that discussed in reference 1 4 .

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Basic Data
Basic data for the SERN configurations investigated are presented in figures 8
to 1 1 . Forward-flight (cruise) nozzle data are presented in figure 8, vectored6

t h r u s t nozzle d a t a a r e p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e s 9 and 10, and r e v e r s e d - t h r u s t d a t a a r e


p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e 11. Nozzle i n t e r n a l t h r u s t r a t i o F/Fi, r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o
a r e p r e s e n t e d a s a f u n c t i o n of nozzle presFr/Fi,
and d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t wp/wi
s u r e r a t i o ptlj/pm
f o r each c o n f i g u r a t i o n i n v e s t i g a t e d .
For s i n g l e expansion-ramp nozzles, t h e exhaust-f l o w expansion p r o c e s s occurs
both i n t e r n a l l y and e x t e r n a l l y . I n t e r n a l expansion occurs from t h e t h r o a t up t h e
lower-flap e x i t .
E x t e r n a l expansion occurs downstream of t h e lower-flap e x i t and
between t h e f i x e d upper boundary and t h e f r e e ( f r e e stream/exhaust) lower boundary.
Thus, performance i s i n f l u e n c e d by i n t e r n a l and e x t e r n a l expansion r a t i o s and i s
g e n e r a l l y c h a r a c t e r i z e d by some i n d i c a t i o n of two performance peaks.
Values of t h e
n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o r e q u i r e d f o r f u l l y expanded flow ( d e s i g n ) a r e l i s t e d i n t h e
f o l l o w i n g t a b l e f o r each c r u i s e - n o z z l e expansion r a t i o .
Generally, f o r n o z z l e s with

i n t e r n a l and e x t e r n a l expansion r a t i o s , t h e f i r s t peak occurs near t h e design p r e s and i s lower i n magnitude than t h e second
s u r e r a t i o corresponding t o ( A e / A t ) i
(see
peak, which occurs near t h e design p r e s s u r e r a t i o corresponding t o ( A e / A t ) e
r e f . 1 9 ) . For t h e n o z z l e s of t h e c u r r e n t i n v e s t i g a t i o n , t h e performance peaks are
r e l a t i v e l y f l a t over a l a r g e range of nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s when compared t o t y p i c a l
As expected, t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g d e c r e a s e s t h e i n t e r n a l
convergent-divergent nozzles.
t h r u s t r a t i o F/Fi
(compare f i g s . 9 and 10 t o f i g . 8 ( f ) ) s i n c e t h e t h r u s t v e c t o r i s
b e i n g t u r n e d away from t h e a x i a l d i r e c t i o n and a l l r e v e r s e - t h r u s t c o n f i g u r a t i o n s
produce n e g a t i v e v a l u e s of i n t e r n a l t h r u s t r a t i o (see f i g . 1 1 ) .
The r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o , shown by dashed l i n e s i n f i g u r e s 8 t o 11, i s equal
t o t h e i n t e r n a l t h r u s t r a t i o when t h e t h r u s t v e c t o r i s a l i g n e d with t h e t h r u s t o r
body a x i s .
S i g n i f i c a n t d i f f e r e n c e s can be noted between t h e i n t e r n a l and r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t r a t i o s shown i n f i g u r e s 8 t o 11, n o t only f o r t h e v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t SERN b u t
a l s o f o r t h e forward-f l i g h t (unvectored) c o n f i g u r a t i o n s shown i n f i g u r e 8. This
e f f e c t is caused by changing wave p a t t e r n s impinging on t h e expansion s u r f a c e s as
n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o v a r i e s and t h e unequal normal p r o j e c t e d areas of t h e upper and
l o w e r f l a p s . Wave p a t t e r n s (and r e s u l t i n g i n c l i n a t i o n of t h e exhaust stream) f o r
underexpanded and overexpanded SERN type n o z z l e s are i l l u s t r a t e d i n r e f e r e n c e 24.
R e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s f o r SERN c o n f i g u r a t i o n s w i l l be d i s cussed i n a l a t e r s e c t i o n of t h i s r e p o r t .

Measured v a l u e s of d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t wp/wi
are, as expected, less t h a n
1.0 f o r a l l n o z z l e s tested and, except f o r t h e r e v e r s e - t h r u s t c o n f i g u r a t i o n s shown
i n f i g u r e 11, are r e l a t i v e l y independent of n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o above t h e v a l u e f o r
Discharge c o e f f i c i e n t s less t h a n 1.0 are caused by
choked flow (pt /pa = 1.89).
v i s c o u s effects'imomentum and vena c o n t r a c t a losses) which reduce t h e amount of f l o w
p a s s i n g through t h e t h r o a t . Therefore, t h e sonic-flow a r e a i s p r o p o r t i o n a t e l y less
t h a n t h e geometric t h r o a t area At
by t h e r a t i o of measured mass-flow r a t e t o i d e a l
As shown i n f i g u r e 11, the measured d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t s
mass-flow r a t e w / w i .
f o r t h e r e v e r s e - t E r u s t n o z z l e s are s u b s t a n t i a l l y l o w e r ( p a r t i c u l a r l y c o n f i g u r a t i o n s
R1, R3, and R4) t h a n t h o s e measured f o r t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t and v e c t o r e d SERN c o n f i g The l o w v a l u e s of d i s u r a t i o n s and are n o t independent of nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o .
charge c o e f f i c i e n t i n d i c a t e a sonic-flow area which i s s u b s t a n t i a l l y less t h a n t h e
geometric t h r o a t area used t o compute i d e a l mass-flow rate w i .
The v a r i a t i o n of
d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t with nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o i n d i c a t e s a change i n t h e sonic-flow
a r e a w i t h i n c r e a s i n g n o z z l e pressure r a t i o . The minimum geometric flow-passage area
( t h r o a t ) f o r t h e r e v e r s e - t h r u s t c o n f i g u r a t i o n s o c c u r s a t t h e same l o c a t i o n as f o r t h e
f o r w a r d - f l i g h t and v e c t o r e d SERN (i.e., t h e geometric t h r o a t area is less than t h e
sum of the upper and lower r e v e r s e r e x i t ports (see f i g . 6 ( b ) ) . However, a p o s s i b l e
cause f o r t h e t r e n d s of t h e d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t , shown i n f i g u r e 11, is t h e format i o n of s e p a r a t i o n bubbles on t h e forward s u r f a c e s of t h e r e v e r s e r e x i t ports as t h e
The e x i s t e n c e of s e p a r a t i o n bubbles a t
exhaust flow t u r n s through a s h a r p c o r n e r .
t h e s e l o c a t i o n s could r e s u l t i n smaller flow areas i n t h e e x i t ports and cause t h e s e
The
c o n f i g u r a t i o n s t o choke i n t h e e x i t p o r t s r a t h e r t h a n a t t h e geometric t h r o a t .
s i z e of such s e p a r a t i o n bubbles would probably be dependent on nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o .

I n t e r n a l Static-Pressure Distributions
I n t e r n a l s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e data are p r e s e n t e d i n t a b u l a t e d form i n tables 111, IV,
and V f o r t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t , vectored, and r e v e r s e d SERN c o n f i g u r a t i o n s , respectively.
Typical i n t e r n a l s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s are p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e s 12
t o 15. The e f f e c t s of expansion r a t i o and lower-flap l e n g t h on i n t e r n a l f l a p s t a t i c pressure d i s t r i b u t i o n s are shown i n f i g u r e 12. P r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n l e v e l s on both
f l a p s ( u p p e r - f l a p geometry f i x e d f o r a l l c o n f i g u r a t i o n s shown) appear t o be a funct i o n of lower-flap divergence a n g l e r a t h e r than expansion r a t i o . F l a p s t a t i c press u r e g e n e r a l l y d e c r e a s e s with i n c r e a s i n g lower-flap divergence a n g l e .
Static
pressures near t h e t r a i l i n g edge of t h e upper expansion ramp ( a f t of x / % , ~ IJ 1.4)
on c o n f i g u r a t i o n F3 (a, = 13.5O) a c t u a l l y produce a f o r c e component i n t h e drag
d i r e c t i o n as i n d i c a t e d by l o w e r v a l u e s of p / p t , j
t h a n p,/pt
j . T h i s f a c t leads
one t o expect i n c r e a s i n g i n t e r n a l performance with d e c r e a s i n g lower-f lap divergence
a n g l e . Almost i d e n t i c a l p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s w e r e measured on t h e l o w e r f l a p
f o r SERN c o n f i g u r a t i o n s with a lower-flap divergence a n g l e of approximately 40
( c o n f i g u r a t i o n s F2, F4, and F5) even though t h e i n t e r n a l expansion r a t i o v a r i e d from
1.091 t o 1.389; t h e expansion r a t i o f o r t h e s e c o n f i g u r a t i o n s w a s set by lower-flap
l e n g t h . S i m i l a r l y , p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s on t h e upper expansion ramp w e r e n e a r l y
i d e n t i c a l f o r t h e s e c o n f i g u r a t i o n s up t o x / x t , u
1.4 on t h e upper f l a p . Aft of
t h i s l o c a t i o n , expansion-ramp s t a t i c p r e s s u r e s f o r c o n f i g u r a t i o n F4 ( s h o r t lower
f l a p ) are lower than t h o s e measured on c o n f i g u r a t i o n s F2 and F5 ( l o n g e r lower f l a p s ) .
This t r e n d i n d i c a t e s t h a t i n t e r n a l performance might i n c r e a s e with i n c r e a s i n g l o w e r f l a p l e n g t h . The Mach l i n e ( n o z z l e assumed t o be o p e r a t i n g a t t h e d e s i g n i n t e r n a l
expansion r a t i o ) o r i g i n a t i n g from t h e s h o r t lower-flap t r a i l i n g edge of c o n f i g u r a t i o n
From t h e r u l e of "forbidden
F4 i n t e r s e c t s t h e upper expansion ramp a t x/xt,u = 1.4.

signals" (see ref. 25), the pressure distribution upstream of the Mach line on the
upper expansion ramp is a function of internal geometry and flow conditions only;
downstream of the Mach line, static pressures on the upper expansion ramp are also a
function of external ambient pressure because of the lower free-jet boundary. The
Mach line originating from the longer lower-flap lips (configurations F2 and F5)
passes downstream of the upper expansion-ramp trailing edge; pressure distributions
on the upper expansion ramps of these two configurations are nearly identical except
at x/xt,u = 1.449.
The effect of the thrust-vector concept on internal static-pressure distributions is presented in figure 13. Thrust vectoring with an aft flap on the upper
expansion ramp had no effect on lower-flap static pressures. Static pressures on
the upper expansion ramp aft of x/xt,u = 1.4 (vector-flap hinge line at
x/xt,u = 1.461) increase with increasing design thrust-vector angle; positive normal
force and negative pitching moment would result from these increased upper-flap
static pressures. It should be noted that the upper-flap static-pressure distributions indicate the formation of a shock at the vector-flap hinge line for positive
design thrust-vector angles. The use of both the upper and lower flaps for thrust
vectoring affects the static-pressure distributions on both flaps (see fig. 13(b)).
Increasing the design thrust-vector angle increases the static pressure on the upper
expansion ramp upstream of x/xt,u = 1.4 and decreases static pressure on the lower
flap. From examination of figure 13, one might expect more effective flow turning
with the use of a thrust-vectoring concept which utilizes the upper and lower flaps.
Figure 14 presents the effect of sidewall length on flap spanwise static-pressure
distributions during vectored operation (6, = 20) with deflected upper and lower
flaps. For this thrust-vectoring concept, sidewall length generally had little
effect on nozzle internal static pressure. At x/xt,u = 1.250 on the upper flap,
static pressure measured near the extreme edge of the flap indicates possible side
venting of the exhaust flow with the cutback sidewall (configuration V2(20)). At
x/xt,u = 1.691 on the upper flap, there is an unexplained reduction in static
pressure near the flap quarter-span

= 0 = Flap center

with the cutback

sidewall configuration. Both of these effects, although small, would tend to reduce
normal force and thus reduce the resultant vector angle for the cutback sidewall
configuration. Internal static pressures were not measured on sidewall variation
configurations W 2 ( 2 0 ) and VF3(20) which simulated a thrust-vectoring concept utilizing an aft, upper flap only. The effect of sidewall length on forward-flight SERN
performance is reported in reference 19.
The effect of thrust reversing on SERN internal static-pressure distributions is
presented in figure 15. Configuration R1 had one of the lowest measured discharge
coefficients wp/wi (see fig. ll(a)) and configuration R2 had one of the highest
measured discharge coefficients (see fig. ll(b)). The flap pressure distributions
shown in figure 15 for configuration R1 indicate that the exhaust flow does not choke
The pressure distribution on the
at the geometric throat (x/xt,u = x/xt,l = 1.0).
exhaust-flow blocker of configuration R1 shows a rapid decrease in static pressure
near the exit of the upper and lower reverser ports; it is probable that the exhaust
flow is choked at the reverser port exits on configuration R1. Flap pressure G s tributions fQr configuration R 2 indicate choked exhaust flow on the upper flap but
unchoked flow on the lower flap. Unfortunately, blocker pressures were measured only
on configuration R1. In general, the pressure distributions shown in figure 15
support the previous discussion on reverse-thrust SERN discharge coefficient.

Forward-Flight

( C r u i s e ) Performance

The e f f e c t s of expansion r a t i o (lower-flap p o s i t i o n ) , lower-flap l e n g t h , and


s i d e w a l l l e n g t h on s t a t i c i n t e r n a l performance of f o r w a r d - f l i g h t SERN c o n f i g u r a t i o n s
w e r e s t u d i e d d u r i n g t h e c u r r e n t i n v e s t i g a t i o n . A m o r e d e t a i l e d s t u d y of s i d e w a l l
containment f o r SEW c o n f i g u r a t i o n s i s r e p o r t e d i n r e f e r e n c e 19. D a t a on configurat i o n s F2 and F6 are r e p o r t e d i n r e f e r e n c e 19 as c o n f i g u r a t i o n s SR4 and SR2, respect i v e l y . F i g u r e 16 presents a comparison of d a t a o b t a i n e d f o r c o n f i g u r a t i o n F2 d u r i n g
t h e c u r r e n t i n v e s t i g a t i o n with d a t a o b t a i n e d f o r t h e s a m e c o n f i g u r a t i o n ( SR4) d u r i n g
t h e i n v e s t i g a t i o n r e p o r t e d i n r e f e r e n c e 19. Except a t t h e h i g h e s t nozzle p r e s s u r e
r a t i o s i n v e s t i g a t e d , t h r u s t r a t i o and d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t d a t a from t h e two tests
agree t o w i t h i n 1/2 p e r c e n t .
E f f e c t of expansion ratio.- The e f f e c t of expansion r a t i o on s t a t i c i n t e r n a l
performance i s p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e 17. A t n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o s below 7.0, t h r u s t
S i m i l a r t o o t h e r nozzle t y p e s , SERN
r a t i o d e c r e a s e s with i n c r e a s i n g expansion r a t i o .
overexpansion losses are g r e a t e r a t low nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s f o r n o z z l e s h a v i n g
The r e s u l t s shown i n f i g u r e 17 a t pt ./pa = 5.98 are conl a r g e expansion r a t i o s .
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s i s t e n t with t h e i n t e r n a l p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s shown i n f i g u r e 12. A t nozzle press u r e r a t i o s above 7.0, t h e medium expansion r a t i o SERN ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n F2) produced
A t nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s above t h o s e t e s t e d , the h i g h e r
t h e h i g h e s t t h r u s t ratio.
expansion r a t i o SERN c o n f i g u r a t i o n s ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n s F2 and F3) would be expected t o
e x h i b i t s i g n i f i c a n t l y h i g h e r performance than t h e l o w expansion r a t i o SERN (configur a t i o n F 1 ) because of s m a l l e r underexpansion losses. Figure 18 p r e s e n t s t h e e f f e c t
A s is obvious from
of expansion r a t i o on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e G s t a t i c .
t h e f i g u r e , s i n g l e expansion-ramp nozzles produce s i g n i f i c a n t r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r
a n g l e s which are dependent on nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o , even f o r n o z z l e s designed f o r
unvectored (6, = Oo ) o p e r a t i o n (see r e f s . 14 and 1 9 ) . A r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r
a n g l e of Oo occurs a t only one nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o f o r each c o n f i g u r a t i o n t e s t e d .
It can be deduced from t h e wave p a t t e r n s shown i n r e f e r e n c e 24, t h a t t h i s n o z z l e
p r e s s u r e r a t i o should correspond c l o s e l y t o t h e design nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o f o r t h e
nozzle e x t e r n a l expansion r a t i o . A t a l l o t h e r nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s , a t h r u s t
performance p e n a l t y would be a s s o c i a t e d with t h e nonzero v a l u e s of measured r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e , s i n c e t h e t h r u s t v e c t o r i s t u r n e d away from t h e t h r u s t (body)
axis.
The magnitude of t h i s p e n a l t y can be a s s e s s e d by comparing i n t e r n a l t h r u s t
r a t i o s with t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o s shown i n f i g u r e 8 . Thrust l o s s e s from 0 t o
1.5 p e r c e n t a r e shown i n f i g u r e 8 f o r t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s shown i n
f i g u r e 18. In a d d i t i o n t o t h e t h r u s t l o s s e s d i s c u s s e d above, nonzero v a l u e s of
r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e would a l s o cause a t h r u s t induced p i t c h i n g moment which
may have t o be trimmed o u t with aerodynamic c o n t r o l s u r f a c e s , or conversely be used
t o augment aerodynamic c o n t r o l s u r f a c e s f o r a i r p l a n e t r i m , depending on t h e f l i g h t
c o n d i t i o n s . These d a t a s u g g e s t a need f o r i n t e g r a t i o n of a SERN t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
mechanism i n t o an i n t e g r a t e d f l i g h t / p r o p u l s i o n c o n t r o l system t o e l i m i n a t e unwanted
r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s o r t o optimize t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e f o r a p a r t i c u l a r
a i r p l a n e f l i g h t condition.
E f f e c t of lower-flap geometry.- Figure 19 p r e s e n t s t h e e f f e c t of lower-flap
geometry on SERN s t a t i c i n t e r n a l performance and f i g u r e 20 p r e s e n t s t h e e f f e c t of
D a t a are shown f o r t w o nominally
lower-flap l e n g t h on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
= 1 . 1 and 1.39.
c o n s t a n t i n t e r n a l expansion r a t i o s ( A e / A t ) .
For a c o n s t a n t i n t e r n a l
expansion r a t i o , i n c r e a s i n g lower-f lap l e n d h ( d e c r e a s i n g lower-f l a p divergence
a n g l e ) i n c r e a s e d t h e t h r u s t r a t i o a c r o s s t h e nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o range shown. The
e f f e c t of lower-flap geometry on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e w a s g e n e r a l l y small.

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Effect of sidewall length.- The effect of sidewall length on static internal


performance is presented in figure 21 and on resultant thrust-vector angle in figure 22. For the amount of sidewall cutback employed in the current investigation,
only small effects on F/Fi and Gstatic were measured. Consistent with results
reported in reference 19, which examined a broader range of sidewall geometry, the
nozzle pressure ratio for peak F/Fi tends to shift to a lower value with sidewall
cutback. This effect probably results from an effective reduction in external expansion ratio (Ae/At)e when sidewall containment of the exhaust flow is reduced.
Performance comparison with nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzles.- A
comparison of SERN configuration F1, which has high internalperformance, with two
nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzles reported in reference 19 (configurations C1 and C9), is presented in figure 23. Unlike the SERN, nonaxisymmetric
convergent-divergent nozzles do not have a free-jet boundary and have only one performance peak related to an internal expansion ratio %/At.
Configuration C1
(ref. 19) has an expansion ratio close to the internal expansion ratio (Ae/+)i
of SERN configuration F1. Configuration C9 (ref. 19) has an expansion ratio close
to the external expansion ratio (%/At)e
of SERN configuration F1. The data in
figure 23 indicate that SERN internal performance is slightly lower, generally less
than 1/2 percent, than nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzle internal performance (with similar expansion ratios), when operating near the design nozzle pressure
ratio (2.97 and 5.41 for configurations C1 and C9, respectively). However, at offdesign nozzle pressure ratios, the SERN configuration has significantly lower overexpansion losses than configuration C9 (ref. 19) at low nozzle pressure ratios, and
significantly lower underexpansion losses than configuration C1 (ref. 19) at high
nozzle pressure ratios. These data indicate that single expansion-ramp nozzles have
high static internal performance over a broader range of operating nozzle pressure
ratios than comparable nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzles. This result
suggests that one might consider the use of a fixed SERN or one with limited variable
geometry in place of a variable-geometry convergent-divergent nozzle in order to
reduce weight and provide simplicity. For example, if one considers the nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzle configurations shown in figure 23 to represent a
variable-geometry nozzle design with an expansion ratio range from 1.089 to 1.397
(performance envelope obtained by fairing a line between two performance peaks), and
the SERN configuration to represent a fixed-geometry nozzle design, it is apparent
that SERN performance is only 0.2 to 1.6 percent lower than the convergent-divergent
nozzle performance throughout the nozzle pressure ratio range. This performance
penalty could be traded for simplicity and reduced weight.
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Vectored-Thrust Performance
Aft-flap thrust vectoring.- The effect on thrust ratio of thrust vectoring by
deflection of an upper, aft flap on the SERN expansion ramp is presented in figure 24. As expected, the highest internal performance was obtained on the unvectored
(6, = Oo) or forward-flight SERN configuration. Thrust ratio was decreased by either
negative or positive flap deflections (positive deflection defined as trailing edge
down in order to produce positive thrust-vector component in the normal-force direction). The loss in thrust ratio during vectored-thrust operation results from two
sources. Fiarst, during vectored-thrust operation, the thrust vector is turned away
from the body or thrust axis. This loss is merely a trigonometric function of the
resultant thrust-vector angle. An appreciation of the magnitude of this loss can be

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o b t a i n e d by comparing t h r u s t r a t i o with t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - r a t i o d a t a i n f i g u r e 9.
The second source f o r t h r u s t loss d u r i n g v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i o n i s exhaust-flow
t u r n i n g losses.
For n e g a t i v e f l a p d e f l e c t i o n s , t u r n i n g losses r e s u l t from flow
s e p a r a t i o n and/or l o w e r pressures on t h e f l a p . For p o s i t i v e f l a p d e f l e c t i o n s , t u r n -

i,

i n g losses r e s u l t from a shock o r i g i n a t i n g a t t h e f l a p hinge l i n e .


A n appreciation
of t h e magnitude of t h i s loss can be o b t a i n e d by comparing t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - r a t i o

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d a t a i n f i g u r e s 9 ( c ) and 9 ( d ) with r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - r a t i o d a t a f o r t h e unvectored


( SV = Oo) c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6 i n f i g u r e 8 ( f 1
The e f f e c t of design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e
on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e is shown i n f i g u r e 2 5 . A s expected, r e s u l t a n t
thrust-vector angle increases w i t h increasing design thrust-vector angle.

Upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t vectoring.- F i g u r e s 26 and 27 p r e s e n t the e f f e c t of


upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g ( d e f l e c t i o n ) on t h r u s t r a t i o and r e s u l t a n t
thrust-vector angle, respectively.
The d a t a t r e n d s f o r t h i s t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept
are s i m i l a r t o t h o s e d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y f o r t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
concept.
However, a comparison of the v e c t o r e d r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o s shown i n f i g u r e 10 with t h e unvectored ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n s V l ( 0 ) and F6 are i d e n t i c a l ) r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t r a t i o s shown i n f i g u r e 8 ( f ) i n d i c a t e s t h a t most of t h e t h r u s t r a t i o loss duri n g vectored o p e r a t i o n f o r t h i s concept (upper- and lower-flap d e f l e c t i o n ) r e s u l t s
from t u r n i n g t h e t h r u s t v e c t o r away from t h e t h r u s t a x i s ; exhaust-flow t u r n i n g losses
with t h i s v e c t o r i n g concept are s m a l l .
The d i f f e r e n c e i n exhaust-flow t u r n i n g losses
between t h e two t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concepts i s i n d i c a t e d by comparison of t h e r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t r a t i o s f o r each v e c t o r e d concept (compare f i g . 9 with f i g . 10).
E f f e c t of s i d e w a l l l e n g t h on v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t performance.- The e f f e c t of s i d e w a l l l e n g t h on nozzle i n t e r n a l performance and r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e d u r i n g
v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i o n (6, = 2 0 ) i s p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e s 28 and 29, r e s p e c t i v e l y .
Sidewall l e n g t h g e n e r a l l y had
R e s u l t s on both t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concepts are shown.
only a s m a l l e f f e c t (less t h a n 1 p e r c e n t over t h e nozzle p r e s s u r e - r a t i o range tested)
on t h r u s t r a t i o f o r e i t h e r t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept (see f i g . 2 8 ) . A t nozzle press u r e r a t i o s g r e a t e r t h a n 4.0, t h e cutback-sidewall n o z z l e s g e n e r a l l y produced t h e
h i g h e s t t h r u s t r a t i o s and t h e extended-sidewall n o z z l e s g e n e r a l l y produced t h e l o w e s t
t h r u s t ratios.
However, an examination of t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o s shown i n f i g u r e s 9 ( e ) and l O ( c ) i n d i c a t e s t h a t t h e h i g h e s t r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o s are o b t a i n e d
These t r e n d s could only occur i f
with t h e b a s e l i n e and extended-sidewall n o z z l e s .
t h e longer-sidewall n o z z l e s produced h i g h e r v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
This r e s u l t , an i n c r e a s e i n r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e with i n c r e a s i n g s i d e w a l l
l e n g t h , i s c l e a r l y i n d i c a t e d i n f i g u r e 29, p a r t i c u l a r l y f o r t h e a f t , upper-flap
This t r e n d on t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
concept w a s i n d i c a t e d by t h e i n t e r n a l s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s shown i n f i g u r e 14 and d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y . Thus, although h i g h e r v a l u e s of t h r u s t r a t i o can be
o b t a i n e d with cutback s i d e w a l l s a t a given v a l u e of design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e , a
l o w e r r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e (and t h u s normal f o r c e or l i f t ) i s a l s o o b t a i n e d .
To achieve a given l e v e l of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e with cutback s i d e w a l l s , a
l a r g e r value of geometric v e c t o r a n g l e must be used and, as d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y ,
large t h r u s t - r a t i o losses w i l l occur.
E f f e c t of t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.- A comparison of t h r u s t r a t i o and r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t r a t i o f o r t h e t w o t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concepts i n v e s t i g a t e d i s p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e 30. Comparisons are made a t c o n s t a n t design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s of - l o o ( u p ) and 20 (down). As expected, l a r g e l o s s e s i n a x i a l t h r u s t (see f i g . 30( a ) ) occur a t
b o t h n e g a t i v e and p o s i t i v e v a l u e s of design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s i n c e the t h r u s t
v e c t o r is t u r n e d away from t h e t h r u s t (body) a x i s d u r i n g v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i o n .
R e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - r a t i o d a t a (see f i g . 3 0 ( b ) ) i n d i c a t e t h a t most of the a x i a l t h r u s t
loss f o r t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept r e s u l t s from t h i s
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effect.
For t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept, the r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t
r a t i o during v e c t o r e d o p e r a t i o n ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n s Vl(-10) and V l ( 2 0 ) ) i s g e n e r a l l y
w i t h i n 1 p e r c e n t of t h e unvectored ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n V l ( 0 ) ) r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o , t h u s
i n d i c a t i n g only s m a l l i n t e r n a l t h r u s t l o s s e s a s s o c i a t e d with t u r n i n g t h e e x h a u s t
flow.
Larger i n t e r n a l t h r u s t l o s s e s , p a r t i c u l a r l y a t 6, = 2 0 0 , are i n d i c a t e d by t h e
For
r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o s f o r t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
example, a t &, = 20 and p t , j /p, = 5, t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept
s u f f e r s a 5-percent i n t e r n a l t h r u s t loss as compared t o an 0.8-percent i n t e r n a l
The l a r g e t h r u s t
t h r u s t loss f o r t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
loss f o r t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept a t p o s i t i v e design t h r u s t v e c t o r a n g l e s i s probably caused by a shock which o r i g i n a t e s a t t h e f l a p hinge l i n e
and causes s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e changes on t h e a f t f l a p .
Figure 31 p r e s e n t s a comparison a t c o n s t a n t design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s of
r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e as a f u n c t i o n of nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o f o r t h e two
t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concepts i n v e s t i g a t e d . Figure 32 p r e s e n t s a s i m i l a r comparison a t
D a t a shown
c o n s t a n t nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s f o r v a r y i n g d e s i g n t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
i n both f i g u r e s i n d i c a t e t h a t t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept i s a
much more e f f e c t i v e flow-turning device a t both p o s i t i v e and n e g a t i v e design t h r u s t This r e s u l t w a s
v e c t o r a n g l e s t h a n t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
a l s o i n d i c a t e d by t h e p r e s s u r e d i s t r i b u t i o n s shown i n f i g u r e 13. A t 6, = 2 0 , t h e
upper a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept never r e a l i z e s t h e design goal of a 20
r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e f o r t h e nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o range t e s t e d .
The d a t a
of f i g u r e 32 can be used t o i n d i c a t e t h e design t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle r e q u i r e d by each
t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept t o produce a d e s i r e d r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e . For
example, a t pt, ./pa = 6.0, a design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e of 200 i s r e q u i r e d by t h e
upper, af t - f lap E h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept t o produce t h e same r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r
a n g l e ( l l o ) as a design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e of 110 f o r t h e upper- and lower-flap
t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
These design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s would produce a t h r u s t
r a t i o of 0.974 (see f i g . 1 0 ( b ) ) f o r t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
concept and a t h r u s t r a t i o of 0.940 (see f i g . 3 0 ( a ) ) f o r t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g concept a t ~ , , ~ / p ,= 6.0.
Thus, t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
concept would s u f f e r a 3 . - p e r c e n t a x i a l t h r u s t loss t o achieve t h e same r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e as t h e upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept a t t h e t e s t
conditions cited.
E f f e c t of a programmed v e c t o r f l a p . - As d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y , a t h r u s t p e n a l t y
would be a s s o c i a t e d with t h e nonzero v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e measured
on t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t n o z z l e c o n f i g u r a t i o n s . I f a t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept i s
included as p a r t of t h e SERN design, it can be used i n conjunction with a f l i g h t comp u t e r t o e l i m i n a t e o r n u l l nonzero v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e during
cruise flight.
F i g u r e 33 p r e s e n t s a comparison of design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e , r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e , and t h r u s t r a t i o f o r SERN c r u i s e c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6 ( o r
VF1( 0)1 with a f i x e d ( 6, = Oo) v e c t o r f l a p and with a v a r i a b l e v e c t o r f l a p programmed
t o n u l l o u t nonzero r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s .
The upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g concept w a s s e l e c t e d f o r t h i s comparison because d a t a w e r e o b t a i n e d a t more
d e s i g n t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s f o r t h i s t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept than f o r the concept
u t i l i z i n g upper and l o w e r f l a p s . A similar comparison can he made with t h e upperand lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept b u t more d a t a i n t e r p o l a t i o n w i l l be required.
Figure 33(aY shows d e s i g n and r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s f o r nozzle c o n f i g u r a t i o n s
with f i x e d and programmed v e c t o r f l a p s .
The f i x e d v e c t o r - f l a p nozzle had a c o n s t a n t
design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e of Oo and produced r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s from - 8 O
t o about 5 O over t h e n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o range i n v e s t i g a t e d ; t h e s e d a t a w e r e shown
The
p r e v i o u s l y i n f i g u r e 21 ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6) and f i g u r e 25 ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n VF1( 0) 1 .
programmed v e c t o r - f l a p c o n f i g u r a t i o n (dashed l i n e i n f i g . 33) had a design t h r u s t 13

v e c t o r - f l a p schedule which v a r i e d f r o m -loo t o 9 O and produced a c o n s t a n t r e s u l t a n t


t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e e q u a l t o Oo over t h e n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o range i n v e s t i g a t e d ;
t h e s e d a t a w e r e o b t a i n e d by i n t e r p o l a t i o n of t h e d a t a shown i n f i g u r e 25. A compari s o n of t h r u s t r a t i o s f o r t h e s e nozzle c o n f i g u r a t i o n s i s shown i n f i g u r e 3 3 ( b ) ; d a t a
f o r t h e f i x e d v e c t o r f l a p are shown i n f i g u r e 8 ( f ) ( c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6) and f i g u r e 24
( c o n f i g u r a t i o n VFl(0)); d a t a f o r t h e programmed v e c t o r f l a p w e r e o b t a i n e d by i n t e r p o l a t i o n of d a t a from f i g u r e 24. T h r u s t r a t i o s f o r t h e programmed v e c t o r - f l a p
c o n f i g u r a t i o n ranged from 0 t o 0.9 p e r c e n t lower t h a n t h e f i x e d v e c t o r - f l a p configuThis r e s u l t w a s expected s i n c e t h e d a t a of f i g u r e 24 show t h a t t h e h i g h e s t
ration.
t h r u s t r a t i o s w e r e always o b t a i n e d with a design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e e q u a l t o 00.
The a x i a l t h r u s t gain achieved by e l i m i n a t i n g nonzero v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t v e c t o r a n g l e i s more than o f f s e t by t h e i n t e r n a l t h r u s t loss a s s o c i a t e d with t u r n i n g
t h e exhaust flow when t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept i s u t i l i z e d t o
trim o u t r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
The i n e f f i c i e n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g p e r f o r It
mance of t h e upper, a f t - f l a p t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept w a s d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y .
should be noted t h a t although t h e use of a programmed upper, a f t v e c t o r - f l a p r e s u l t s
i n a s m a l l t h r u s t p e n a l t y (less than 1 p e r c e n t ) , t h e normal t h r u s t - v e c t o r component
has been e n t i r e l y e l i m i n a t e d and could r e s u l t i n a r e d u c t i o n of a i r p l a n e t r i m drag.
Data from r e f e r e n c e 14 i n d i c a t e t h a t it i s p o s s i b l e t o achieve h i g h e r t h r u s t
performance by u t i l i z i n g a programmed v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t mechanism on SERN n o z z l e s ;
maximum r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o w a s achieved a t r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s from
-50 t o -7.5O.
Examination of f i g u r e 26 i n d i c a t e s t h a t t h e use of t h e upper- and
lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept t o t r i m o u t nonzero r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r
a n g l e s could r e s u l t i n a t h r u s t - r a t i o gain i n a d d i t i o n t o e l i m i n a t i o n of t h e normal
A t P,,*/P,
less t h a n 4.5, a d e s i g n t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e
t h r u s t - v e c t o r component.
e q u a l t o -100 g e n e r a l l y produced h i g h e r t h r u s t r a t i o s t h a n t h e unvectored configuration.
U n f o r t u n a t e l y , a design t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e of -5O w a s n o t t e s t e d with t h i s
The more e f f i c i e n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g performance of t h i s
t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
concept r e l a t i v e t o t h e upper, a f t v e c t o r - f l a p concept has been d i s c u s s e d p r e v i o u s l y .
I n t e r p o l a t i o n of t h e l i m i t e d d a t a shown i n f i g u r e s 26 and 27 i n d i c a t e s design t h r u s t v e c t o r a n g l e s from about - 5 O t o 6 O would be r e q u i r e d t o t r i m o u t t h e r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s shown f o r t h e unvectored c o n f i g u r a t i o n and t h a t s m a l l t h r u s t r a t i o improvements do occur a t nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s less than 4.5.

Reversed-Thrust Performance
The e f f e c t of e x t e r n a l exhaust-flow b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n on t h e i n t e r n a l performance
of a r e v e r s e d - t h r u s t nozzle i s p r e s e n t e d i n f i g u r e 34.
The exhaust-flow b l o c k e r
would be deployed from t h e a f t p o r t i o n of t h e upper ramp of t h e SERN downstream of
t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t geometric t h r o a t .
The r e s u l t i n g upper and lower ports d i f f e r e d i n
area and passage a n g l e , and t h e t o t a l p o r t a r e a w a s g r e a t e r than t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t
geometric t h r o a t (see f i g . 6 ) .
A l l exhaust-flow b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n s produced u s e f u l amounts of r e v e r s e t h r u s t
value of - 0 - 5 i s considered d e s i r a b l e a t l o w nozzle p r e s s u r e
(where an F/Fi
r a t i o s ) . However, due t o t h e d i f f e r e n c e between upper and lower p o r t a r e a s and passage a n g l e s , c o n s i d e r a t i o n must be given t o t h e magnitude of t h e normal-force compon e n t of t h e r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t with t h e deployed b l o c k e r i n each p o s i t i o n .
Figure 35
p r e s e n t s t h e e f f e c t of b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n on measured normal f o r c e .
Configuration R5
( b l o c k e r lowered) had t h e l e a s t impact on normal f o r c e and R4 ( b l o c k e r r a i s e d ) had
t h e l a r g e s t impact on normal f o r c e .
In f a c t , c o n f i g u r a t i o n s R2 and R4 produced
enough normal f o r c e t o cause t h e nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o t e s t range t o be t r u n c a t e d due

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to force balance limitations in pitching moment. In some applications it could be


beneficial to generate normal force during thrust reversal for aerodynamic trim
purposes, however, generation of a large, uncontrolled normal-force component would
probably be undesirable.

The smallest amount of reverse thrust was produced by configurations R 2 and R4


(fig. 3 4 ) . These configurations are the only ones that gave any indication of choking (sonic flow on upper ramp only) at the forward-flight geometric throat (see
fig. 15). In addition, configurations R2 and R4 had the largest normal-force thrust
components. The largest amount of reverse thrust was produced by configuration R3
and this configuration was the furthest from choking at the forward-flight geometric
throat (see fig. 15). These results tend to indicate that improved reverse-thrust
performance can be accomplished by blocking and turning a low velocity exhaust stream
and allowing choked conditions to occur at the reverser port exits.
During the thrust-reverser investigation, considerable nozzle vibration was
encountered and is probably attributable to flow unsteadiness caused by separation at
the entrance corners of the reverser passages as discussed in the section on internal
static-pressure distributions. For practical application of this type of thrustreverser arrangement, vibration would have to be eliminated.
The practicality of a thrust reverser is dependent on possible effects on
engine (and airplane) stability and not solely on the efficient production of reverse
thrust. A change in back pressure due to deployment of a reverser can result in
engine stall or overspeed if the reverser port area is not properly sized (see
ref. 26).
The likelihood of back pressure effects affecting engine stability can be
assessed by examining the discharge coefficient which is a measure of nozzle normalized flow rate at a particular nozzle pressure ratio. Therefore, a change in
discharge coefficient, when based on a constant geometric throat area, is the same
as a change in flow rate unless a compensating change in throat area is made. The
reversed-thrust discharge coefficients presented in figure 34 are based on the
forward-flight throat area and range from 0.66 to 0.94. Configurations R2 and R4,
which gave an indication of some sonic flow at the forward-flight geometric throat,
have the highest discharge coefficients. Even at the highest discharge coefficient
of 0.945, these configurations have about a 3 to 4 percent lower flow rate than a
typical forward-flight SEW. This indicates that a 3- to 4-percent increase in
reverser throat (sonic) area would be necessary to eliminate an increase in back
pressure on the engine in the reversed-thrust mode.
The other reversed-thrust configurations, which as indicated by the internal
pressures are unchoked at the forward-flight geometric throat, have much lower discharge coefficients. This indicates that the flow is probably choked at the reverser
ports at a significantly smaller effective throat area than the forward-flight geometric throat and that a significant increase in reverser port area would be required
to prevent driving the engine toward stall (see ref. 26).

CONCLUSIONS
A n investigation has been conducted at static conditions (wind off) in the
static-test facility of the Langley 16-Foot Transonic Tunnel. The effects of geometric design parameters on the internal performance of nonaxisymmetric single

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expansion-ramp nozzles w e r e i n v e s t i g a t e d a t nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o s up t o approximately 10. Forward-flight ( c r u i s e ) , VeCtOred-thrUSt, and r e v e r s e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i n g


modes w e r e i n v e s t i g a t e d .
R e s u l t s of t h i s s t u d y i n d i c a t e t h e f o l l o w i n g conclusions:

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1. S i n g l e expansion-ramp nozzles have high s t a t i c i n t e r n a l performance over a

broader range of o p e r a t i n g nozzle p r e s s u r e ratios t h a n nonaxisymmetric convergentd i v e r g e n t nozzles with comparable expansion r a t i o s .

Sidewall l e n g t h has l i t t l e e f f e c t on nozzle t h r u s t performance o r r e s u l t a n t


t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e f o r t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t ( c r u i s e ) nozzle geometry.
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3. Thrust r a t i o w a s i n c r e a s e d by i n c r e a s i n g lower-flap l e n g t h and d e c r e a s i n g


lower-f lap divergence angle.
4. A t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept u t i l i z i n g upper and lower nozzle f l a p s w a s a much
more e f f e c t i v e flow-turning device t h a n a t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept u t i l i z i n g only a
s i n g l e f l a p near t h e t r a i l i n g edge of t h e upper expansion ramp.

5 . For v e c t o r e d - t h r u s t o p e r a t i o n , reduced s i d e w a l l containment tended t o reduce


r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.

6. U s e of a programmed t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g mechanism can e l i m i n a t e undesired


r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e s during c r u i s e f l i g h t .
The e f f e c t of t h e programmed
v e c t o r f l a p on t h r u s t r a t i o depends on t h e e f f i c i e n c y of t h e t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g
mechanism. During t h e c u r r e n t i n v e s t i g a t i o n , s m a l l t h r u s t - r a t i o l o s s e s (less t h a n
1 p e r c e n t ) occurred when t h e upper, a f t f l a p w a s u t i l i z e d f o r t h i s purpose.
However,
t h e d a t a i n d i c a t e t h a t small t h r u s t - r a t i o g a i n s may be p o s s i b l e with t h e more e f f i c i e n t upper- and lower-flap t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept.
7 . During r e v e r s e - t h r u s t o p e r a t i o n , a l l b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n s t e s t e d produced u s e f u l
amounts of r e v e r s e t h r u s t .
However, only the lowered b l o c k e r p o s i t i o n had l i t t l e
o r no e f f e c t on normal f o r c e .
I n a d d i t i o n , a l l exhaust-flow blocker p o s i t i o n s t e s t e d
produced lower d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t s than t h e f o r w a r d - f l i g h t c o n f i g u r a t i o n s and
would require an i n c r e a s e i n r e v e r s e r p o r t area t o p r e v e n t d r i v i n g t h e engine toward
stall.

Langley Research Center


N a t i o n a l Aeronautics and space Administration
Hampton, VA 23665
January 20, 1982

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NASA TM X-2523, 1972.

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I n v e s t i g a t i o n of Two-Dimensional Wedge
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pp. 809-816.
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no. 5, May 1976, pp. 327-333.
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vol.

13,

Summary of P r o p u l s i v e - L i f t Research i n t h e Langley 16-Ft.


vol. 13, no. 10, O c t . 1976, pp. 803-808.

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pp. 1000-1006.
8. Sedgwick, T. A.:
I n v e s t i g a t i o n of Non-Symmetric Two-Dimensional Nozzles
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I n s t a l l e d i n Twin-Engine Tactical A i r c r a f t .
Sept.-Oct.
1975.

9. Berrier, Bobby L.; Palcza, J. Lawrence; and Richey, G. Keith:


Nonaxisymmetric
An O v e r v i e w .
AIAA Paper 77-1225, Aug. 1977.
Nozzle Technology Program

10. F-15 2-D Nozzle System I n t e g r a t i o n Study.


NASA CR-145295, 1978.
11. Stevens, H. L.:
F-l5/Nonaxisymmetric
Program.
NASA CR-135252, 1978.
12. Bergman, D.; Mace, J. L.;
f o r an F-111 T e s t Bed.

Volume I

Technical Report.

Nozzle System I n t e g r a t i o n Study Support

and Thayer, E. B.:


Non-Axisymmetric Nozzle Concepts
Paper No. 77-841, J u l y 1977.

AI-

13. Wasson, H. R.; H a l l , G. R.; and Palcza, J. L.:


R e s u l t s of a F e a s i b i l i t y study t o
Add Canards and ADEN Nozzle t o t h e YF-17.
AIAA Paper 77-1227, Aug. 1977.
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S t a t i c Performance of Five Twin-Engine Nonaxisymmetric
Nozzles with V e c t o r i n g and Reversing C a p a b i l i t y . NASA TP-1224, 1978.
15. Lander, J. A.; and Palcza, J. Lawrence:
Exhaust Nozzle D e f l e c t o r Systems f o r
AIAA Paper No. 74-1169, O c t . 1974.
V/STOL F i g h t e r A i r c r a f t .

17

Nozzle (ADEN) Design for Future Fighters.


Sept. -0ct. 1975.

AIAA Paper No. 75-1318,

17. Nash, D. 0.; Wakeman, T. G.; and Palcza, J. L.:


Structural and Cooling Aspects
of the ADEN Nonaxisymmetric Exhaust Nozzle. Paper No. 77-GT-110, American SOC.
Mech. Ehg., Mar. 1977.
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and Axisymmetric NoZZleS Installed on a V/STOL Fighter Model. [Preprint]
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Ih

I
I

31
!
I

19. Berrier, Bobby L.; and Re, Richard J.:


Effect of Several Geometric Parameters on
the Static Internal Performance of Three Nonaxisymmetric Nozzle Concepts.
NASA TP-1468, 1979.

20. Schnell, W. C.; and Grossman, R. L.:


Vectoring Non-Axisymmetric Nozzle Jet
Induced Effects on a V/STOL Fighter Model. AIAA Paper 78-1080, July 1978.
21. Hutchinson, R. A.; Petit, J. E.; capone, F. J.; and Whittaker, R. W.:
Investigation of Advanced Thrust Vectoring Exhaust Systems for High Speed Propulsive
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Advanced Nozzle Integration for Supersonic
22. Hiley, P. E.; and Bowers, D. L.:
Strike Fighter Application. AIAA-81-1441, July 1981.
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an F-18 Model. AIAA-81-1445, July 1981.
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Static performance of Vectoring/Reversing Non-Axisymmetric Nozzles. AIAA Paper 77-840,
July 1977.

18

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i
4

TABLE 1.- SUMMARY OF FORWARD-FLIGHT NOZZLE GEOMETRY

Configuration

(A / A )
e te

f, u

cm

f,Z

cm

aut deg

AR

Sidewall

F1

26.168

1.097

1.407

8.32

2.36

2.5

-3.0

3.94

baseline

F2

26.111

1.215

1.510

8.32

2.36

2.5

4.0

3.95

baseline

F3

26.111

1.391

1.665

8.32

2.36

2.5

13.5

3.95

basel ine

F4

26.168

1.091

1.476

8.32

1.09

2.5

4.4

3.94

ba sel ine

F5

26.168

1.389

1.558

8.32

4.01

2.5

4.5

3.94

baseline

F6

26.111

1.215

1.510

8.32

2.36

2.5

4.0

3.95

cutback

TABLE 11.-

INTERNAL STATIC-PRESSURE:

ORIFICE LOCATIONS

(a) Configurations F1 and F3

. .-

Upper flap
Yl(WtI2>
- .

0.000

0.888
0.954
1.008
1.063
1.129
1.184
1.250
1.316
1.383
1.449
1.522
1.606
1.691

0.450

X
X
X
X
X
X

0.875

X
X
X
X
X

X
X

X
~~

Lower f l a p
I

Y l (wt/2)

0.000

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.881
,941
1.001
1.019
1.049
1.079
1.121
1.157
1.199

0.950

X
X

X
X

~~

20

0.875

TABLE 11.- Continued

(b) Configurations F2, F6, VF1(0),


and Vl(0)

Upper f l a p
Y l (wt/2)

x/xt,u
0.000

0.450

0.875

X
X
X

0.888
.954
1.008
1.063
1.129
1.184
1.250
1.316
1.383
1.449
1.522
1.606
1.691
.. . -

X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X

X
X

Y 1 (wt/2)
. -

0.000

0.881
,947
1.001
1.043
1.079
1.127
1.168
..

0.450

X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X

1
0.875

21

.. - .

... .- . . . . ._

Continued

TABLE 11.-

( c ) Configuration F4

Upper f l a p

Y/ (Wt1 2 )

x / x t ,u

_____

0.000

X
X

X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X

x/x

Y / (Wt / 2 )

t, I

0.000

22

0.875

X
X

0.888
.954
1.008
1.063
1.129
1.184
1.250
1.316
1.383
1.449
1.522
1.606
1.691

0.881
.941
1.001
1.019
1.049
1.079

0.450

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

X
X
X
X
X

_ _

._

TABLE I1

.- Continued

( d ) Configuration F5

Upper f l a p

. -

- .

Y 1 (wt12)

X/Xt
,u

0.0000.888
.954
1.008
1.063
1.129
1.184
1.250
1.316
1.383
1.449
1.522
1.606
1.691
~

..

0.450

0.875

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

- .~

Lower f l a p

Y/ (Wt / 2 )

x / x t ,I

0.000

0.881
.941
1.001
1.019
1.049
1.079
1.121
1.157
1.199
1.259
1.319

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

0.250

0-5000

X
X

. .

23

TABLE I1

.- Continued

( e ) Configurations VF1(-10), VF1(-5), VF1(5), VFl(101,


and VF1( 20)

F-x/xt,u

0.888
.924
.966
1.008
1.051
1.087
1.129
1.190
1.250
1.322
1.389
1.449
1.510
1.570
1.630
1.691
1.751

~~

0.000
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

0.500

0.250

____
~~

24

0.750

.-

TABLE 11.-

Continued

(f) Configurations ~l(-lO), Vl(111, Vl(201, V2(20), and V3(20)

Upper flap
x / x t ,u
0.000

0.888
0.924
0.966
1.008
1.051
1.087
1.129
1.190
1.250
1.322
1.389
1.449
1.510
1.570
1.630
1.691
1.751
. . ._

....

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X*..
~~

0.250

0.500

0.750-

0.875

0.950

0.875

0.950

~.

..

!
0.881
0.941
1.001
1.019
1.049
1.079
1.121
1.157
1.199

0.750

'*Configurations V1(20), V2(20), and V3(20) do not have orifice


on upper flap at x / x ~ =, ~1.751.

25

TABLE 11.- Concluded


(4) Configurations R1, R2, R3, R4, and R5

Y/ (wt/2)

xxt, u

0.000
X
X
X

0.954
0.978
1.002
1.027
1.051

x.
- - - .-. .

x/x

Y/ (wt/2)

t,L

0.000
0.959
0.983
1.007
1.031
1.055

X
X
X
X
X

Blocker s u r f a c e *
I

/ht
0.000
X
X

0.745
0.345

0.000
-0.498
-0.996
-1.345
-1.745

X
X
X
X
~~

---x__-

*Blocker o r i f i c e s on c o n f i g u r a t i o n R 1 only.

26

TABLE 111.- COMPUTER PRINTOUT OF RATIO O F INTERNAL S T A T I C PRESSURE TO J E T TOTAL


P R E S S U R e FOR FORWARD-FLIGHT

S I N G L E EXPANSION-RAMP

NOZZLES

( a ) C o n f i g u r a t i o n F1
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

y/(wt/2)

0.888
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16

1,001
1.993
2.994
2.988
3.994
4.983
5.983
5.963
6.955
7.972
7.951
8.955
9.957
9.876
9.951
,998

-996
792
,794
.794
,793
.793
,793
,793
792
,792
-792
,792
.792
,792
-791
1.002

0.954

1.008

1.063

1.129

.999
-572
,570
-570
,569
~570
,569
,569
,570
.570
,570
-571
,571
-571
-571
1.002

,999

1.001

,246

,238

.247
.247
,247
-246
0245
,245
.245
.244
.?44
.244
,244
.244
.244
1.002

.237
,237
,237
,237
.?35
,235
.234
-233
.?33
.233
,233
,233
.233
1.001

1.000
-284
-289
,289
,290
.291
-291
,291
,291
,290
-290
.291
,291
,291
.291

t.j

0.000

1.184
.999
-319
,317
.317
-315
,314
,313
,314
.313
,313
-313
.312
~ 3 1 1
-311

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.449

,998
506
-328
-328
-327
.326
,326
,326
.3?5
-325
-325
-325
,325
,325
,325
1.002

.997
,600
,332
,332
.331
-331
.331

,999

.999
-536
-392
,395
.25v
.228
-209
,210
-199
-191
-191
-186
-184
.185
,185
1.003

-609

,331
.331
-330

,330
.330
.330
-330
,330
1.004

-314
,314
-314
-313
-313
-313
,313
,313
-313
-313
,313
.313
e313
1.002

1.522

1.606

,998
,562
,532
,532
,269
-268
,268
-268
-268

.999
,561
,495
.496
.214
-214
,215
,215
,215
.215
,215
,215
.215
.215
.215
1.002

,268
,268

.2 6 8
-268

.268
,268
1.003

'1.691
,999'
.549
,427
.425
-400
-175
-175
-175
.176
-176
-176
,176
-176
,176
.17b
,999

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/~,,~


-y/(wt/2)

Pt Pt,jlP,
1
2
3
4
5
b
7

8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16

1.001
1.993
2.994
2.988
3.994
4.983
5.983
5.963
6.955
7.972
7.951
8.955
9.957
9.876
9.951
.998

1.008
,999
-245
,245
,246

-245
-244
,243
,243
,242
.241
.241
-241
-240
,240
.240
1.001

1.129

1.250

.999
.289
,288
.2PP
.289
,288
.2@7
.788
.287

.999
508
.327
.327
~ 3 2 6
-324
,324
,324
a324

.286

,323

,286
-286
.2Ph

,324
-323

,286

323
,323
1.002

.286

1.002

,323

0.450

1.316
1,000
.bo5
,341
-341
.339
.33e
,337
.331

1.606

1.691

l.@OO
.561
.485

.999
.546
,432
,430
.394
,171
,172
,172
-177
-172
.I72
172
-172
-172
.172
1.001

-406

.337
.337

,217
,210
.211
.211
.211
.211
.211

,337

.Zll

,337
.337
.331
1.003

,711
.212
.211
1.004

.337

1.008
.999
,248
.247
,247
,246
.244
-243
,243
,742
,241
241
241
-242
.242
-242

1.001

1.129

1.250

,999
-289
,291
.291

.998
.533
,322
,322

.2vo

,320
.318
-318
.318
-317
.317
.317
,317
.317
.317

,288
,287
-287

-286
eZR5
,285
e 284
,283
,283
.2R4
1.002

'

.317
,1.003

1.316

1.606
.99R
,553
.457
.457
.216
,211
.211
.211
.211
.210
.210
-205
,199

. Q ~ R

,579

,376
,327
,325
,323
.322
-322
-321

-320
.3?0
-320
,319
e319
-319
1.002

.zoo
.zoo
,

1.001

1.691
,998
-501
.334
.334
.250
,201
-167
,168
-144
,125
,126
.112

.loo

.101
,100
,999

TABLE 111.- Continued


( a ) Concluded
Lower-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p l p
yl(wt/2) = 0

x'xt , I

pt P , , , k

2
3
4
5
6
1
8

9
10
11
12
13
14

15
16

1.001
1.993
2.994
2.988
3.994
4.983
5.983
5.963
6.955
7.972
7.951
8.955
9.957
9.876
9.951
,998

0.881

.999
-846

,844
.a44
.a44
.a44
,844
,844
.a44
.e44
,844
.e44

,845

0.941

1.001

1.019

1.049

1.079

1.001
,740
.739
.739
,739
-739
.138
,738
,738
.738
.738
.138
.738

.99b
,614
.613
.613
-611
,611
-611
.611
,611
.bll
,611
.611
.b11
.bll
,611
1.006

1,001
599
,591
,597
591
597
0 591
-591
# 597
.591
.597
,596
.596
.596
.596
1.001

1.000
- 5 61
.563
-564
.563

1.000
,530
528
,528
.527
-528
,528

.999
,468

-528

-468
,469
.469
.469
-469
-469
-469
.469
1.002

,845

.73a

.a45
1.001

,738
1.001

.562

563
-563
.563
-564
-564
,565
,566
.5 66
,566
1.000

-529
-530
,530
,531
,531
.531
-531
1.001

1.121

-468
-468
,468
,468
-468

*----------

X/Xt,l = 1.001

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10
11
12
13

14
15
16

1.001
1.993
2.994
2.988
3.994
4.983
5.983
5.963
6.955
7.912
7.951
8.955
9.957
9.876
9.951
~998

0.250

.999
.620

,617
,617
-615
,615
,615
-615
-615
.615
,615
,615
.b16

-615
ab15

1.001

0.875

1.005
,619
,615
-615
.614
,413

1.000
,614
,610
.611

,999
,614
bot

-610

.bo2
,601

.613
,613
-613
-613
,613
.613
,612
.612
,996

,360

e360
-360

-410

-340

.410
-410
-410
-410
.410
1.001

.360
,360
.360
,360

-360
1.002

1.121 _____t

Y/ (wt12)

0.750

.613

-409
,363
,363
-361
-361

-411
-410
,410
-409
-410

"IXt,,

0.500

,610
,610
,610
,610
,611
-611
,611
.612
.612
,612
1.001

.9w

t,j

Yl(Wt/2)
Pt Pt,jlP,

1.199

-412

-Lower-flap static-pressure r a t i o , plp

1.157
1.000
.411
.412

.bo6

600
600

.599
.599
,599
,599
.599
,599
* 599
1.001

0.950
,999
~623

,619
-619
a61R
,618
-619
619
,619
a618
a618
,619
.610
e 619
.619
1.002

0.250
,999
.410
.468
- 468
-468
,468
.468
.468

.469
.469
.469
,470

.410
,470
,470
1.001

0.500

0.750

1,000

,999

467

,470
-467

,466
.466
-464
.464

-464
,464
-465
-465
-465
,465

.46b

e466

1.000

.997
,460
,456
.457
.455
,455
.455
,455
.455

.468
.466
-466

.465
-465

0.875

,466

.461
-468
.468
.469
,469
-469
,001

..

,466

-465
-465
-464

.455

.455
,456

.463
.463

.457

.463
-463
-463
1.000

1.004

1.001
,469
-466

-465
,465
-463

,457
.451

.469

0.950

TABLE I11

.- Continued

( b ) Configuration F2
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

tJ

yl(wt/2) = 0.000

X'Xt,u

Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14

0.888

0.954

1.008

1.063

1.129

1.184

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.449

1.001
.793
.794
-792
.792
-791
e791
-790
,790
-790
e 790
,790
.790
1.001

1.000
a570
,568
a567
,566
,566
m566
-566
e566
-566
,566
-566
-567
1.000

1.000

1.001
229
,228

1.001

1,000

1.000
~423

1.001
-463
-229

1.001
,551
-237
-233
e 232
-231
-231
-230
-230
e230
.?29
-229
-229
1.001

1,001
.595
,389
.227
,227
,226

Pt,,IP,

,999
1.990
2.999
4.001
4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996
1.000

,243

,244
,244
,243
.242
.242

.241
.241
,241
-240

.22R

.22P
.227
.227
.226
.226

.225
,224

.240

.224

,240
1.000

,224
1.000

-256

.281

.261
,263
-263
-263
-263
,263

-263

,242

.264

,241
,240

.2b3

.2b3
-263
,263
-263
.999

7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14

.240
,240

,262

.239
-239
-239
.239

,262
.262
-262

.999

-239
.240

1.000

-225
-225
,225
.224
-224
.224

.224

1.001

.226
-226

-226
,225
-225
-225
-225
1.001

.585
,428

1.691

1.000
-569
,494

1.006
-552
-469
-335
e192
,192
,192
,192
-192
e192
,192
e192
e193
.997

-217
.205
,217
-205
-216
-205
.216
-205
-205
,216
.205
-216
e205
e216
-206
-216
,206
-216
,216
-206
1.000
1.001

t.j

Pt

-262
,262
.262
,267

.22R
e226
-225

1.001

1.606

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

1.000
,793
,793
.793
-792
,792
,792
-792
792
.792
-791
,791
.791
1.000

y/(wt/2) = 0.450

.999
1.990
2.999
4.001
4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996
1.000

,263

1.522

0.954

1.008

1.063

1.129

1.184

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.449

1.004
,580
,578
.577
-576
,576
,576
,576
,576
,576
.576
,576
.576
1.001

1 .ooo

1.001
-229
229
,229
.229

1.001
.262

1.000
,265

1.000
,421

,262
-262

.263

.244

.262
-260

.242

1.000
,475
-234
-233
233
-232
.232
,232
.232
.232
-232
.232
,232
1,001

1.001
,577
,238
.23t!
,237
.?37
,237
-237
-237
-237
,236
.237
,237
1,000

1.000
,593
.385
-234
,233
-233
-233
-233
-233
,233
,233
-233
,233
1.000

.242

,241
-240
-239
,238
,238
-237
,237
.237
,236
.236
~~

,228

,228
,227
,227
.227
,227
~~

,236

,226
-226

1.000

1.001

.Zbl
,260

,260
a260
,260

-259
-259
-259
,259

1 .ooo

.259
.259
,259
-259
-258
-258
.258

,258
1.000

243
-241
.241

-241
,241
.240

-240
.240
240

1.000

1.522
1.001

,575
.440
-217
s216
-216
e216

.215
-216
.215
,215
-215
,215
1.001

1.606

1.691

1.001
1.001
,565
-546
,506
-456
,205
e351
-204
-186
.186
-203
,185
203
-185
e203
-185
.to3
.202
-185
.202
,185
.202
,185
,186
,202
1,000
1.001

TABLE 111.- Continued

(b) Continued
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt
y/(wt/2) = 0.875

XIX,,

Pt Pt.jlPm

0.888

12
13

,999
1.990
2 999
4.001
4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996

.999
790
,789
,788
,787
,767
.787
.187
-787
.786
-786
.78t

14

1.000

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
8

10
11

0.954

1.008

1.129

1.184

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.449

1.522

1.606

1.691

1.000

1.001
.433
,240
.239

1.001

1.000
-562
.445

1.001
-556

,215

.2b4

1.000
.537
.434
.345

1 .ooo

,214
,214
,214
,213
-213
,213
,213
-213
.212
.999

e203
.202

1.000

,237
-237
,237
.237
-237
.236
,236
.236
1.001

1.000
,498
-234
-233
,232
,231
-231
.230
.230
-230
-230
-730
,229
1.001

1.001
.533
234
.233
-232
-231
-231
-231
-231
230

1.001

1.001
.25P
-258
.257
-256
,255
,255
,254
.255
,254
.253
.253
.253
1.000

1.001

,786

1.001
,568
,564
,562
,561
-560
-560
.559
.559
.559
.558
,558
.558

,247
.246
.245
-242

-241
.241
,240
,240
-240
.?39
-239
,239

.266
.262
,261
,261
.260
-260

.260
n260
.259
,259
-259
-259

1 .ooo

,238

-230
,230
-229
1.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p


y/(wt/2) = 0.000

XIX,, 1

Pt

Pt,j/P,

1
2
3

,999
1.990
2.999

4
5
6

4.001

12
13

4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996

14

1.000

1
8

10
11

.j
1

0.881

0.947

,998
-842
,840
.840
-840
-840
.E40
-840
,840
.E41
.E41
,841
,841
1.004

1.004
-695
-693
,692

-690
,689
.689
,689
,689
~ 6 8 6

,688
,688
e687
,998

1.001

.998
529
-528
-527
-527
.521
.527

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

1.001
,434
.433

1.001
,423
,423
,421
-420
-420
,420
-420
.420
.421
~ 4 2 1
,421
,421
1.001

1,000
,376
.314
,372
,370
.310
,370
,370
370
,370
,370
.310
,370
1.000

1.000
.334
,334
,333
,333
.333
,333
.333
.333
.333
,333
.333
,334

,433

.527
-527
,527
,527
-527

.433
,433
,433
.433
.433
,432
.432
-432
,432

1.003

1.000

.521

1.000

,560

-380
,230

-230
-299
-229
-729
-229
229
-279

,229
,228
1.001

,459

,202
,202
.202
.t02
,202
,202
,202
1.000

.19b
.188
.188
,187
,187
,187
,187
-187
,187
1.001

TABLE I11

.- Continued

(b) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt

,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.450

0.947
1

2
3
4

5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

.999
1.990
2.999
4.001
4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996
le000

1.000
e832
.833

.e33
834
.e33
.e33
.e33
,833
,833
.e33
.a33
e832
1 .ooo

.999
-703
e702
0702
701

e700
700
-700
70C
.699
e 699
.e99
.e99
1.001

1.001

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

1.001

1.002
,432
,430
426
e 424
-424
424
e 423
e423
.423
e 423
423
-424
1 .coo

1.000
.423
e420
-418
a417
-416
e416
e410
-416
-416
e416
-416
-416
1.000

1 e 000

1.001

e382
e381
.3R1
a380
-380
380
380
m 380
380
3R0
380
e381
1.001

.335

,333
.334
1 e 000

1.168

e533
530
m 528
527
526
0526
526
526
e526
0526
,526
-525
1.001

336
.334
333
a333

.333
.333
.333
e333

.333

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, PIP,, j

y/(wt/2)

0.875~-

X/xt, 1
Pt

Ptyj/P,

0.881

0.947

1
2
3

.999
1.990
2.999
4.001
4.992
5.990
5.995
6.955
6.962.
7.988
9.010
8.994
9.996
1.000

1 .ooo

1.002
e69R
mh95
e693
et92
-692
-691
.e92
e692
-691
e689
e689
.he7
1 e000

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

.844
e844
,844
.844
,844
.a44
.844
.844
.844
eP44
e844
.e44

1 eOG2

1.001
.998

.533
-523
519
516
0514
,514
e513
,513
a 513
0512
-512
-512
1 e004
e

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.002
.43u
e43t
.434
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
,433
1 e 000

le001
e428
e426
e424
e424
-423
,423
e423
e423
e423
-423
e423
*423
.999

1.001
378
e 376
374

.
.

e372
s

372

372
371
371
371
371
371
371
999

1.000
338
e 337
335
.334
334
.334
.334
e 334
e

333

.334
.334
334

1 e 000

31

W
h)

TABLE 111.- Continued


(c) Configuration F3

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio. plp t,j


A

y/(wt/2)

xlx

Pt
1

2
3
4
5
6

7
8

9
10
11

12

1,000
1.991
2.979
3.974
4.941
5.958
6,976
6.967
7.926
8 896
9,909
1.000

1.002
793
.793
.792
.791
,791
.790
,790
,789
.789
,788
.998

0.954

1.008

1.063

1.129

1.184

.997
-565
-564
-564
-566
,565
-565
-565
.565
-566
,567
1.002

.999
,240
.241
-241
-241
.239
-239
-239
,238
.238
.238
1.001

1.000
,225
-224
-224
.225
-224
,223
.223
.222
.221
,221
1.000

1.001
,250
,255
-256
-257
.257
,257
-257
e257
e257
-257
1.000

,997
,253
.254
-253
,254
,252
,251
-251
-251
.251
-251
1.003

0.000

t.u
1.25

1.316

a996 1.000
e404
-438
,224
e199
,224
e199
-225
-199
.224
-198
,224
-198
-224
e198
-223
e198
.223
-199
.199
-224
~~

.002

.ooo

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

1.383

1.449

,999
e545
e171
el71
,171
,171
e171
e171
e170
,171
,171
1.000

.995
,543
,327
.242
,200
,168
.144
,141
e129
.120
.115
1.005

'
'

'

1.522

1.606

1.691

1.000
-576
-311
-130
-129
.129
e129
129
129
-129
-129
.999

1.000

1.002
.545
-376
.224
.108

,560

,330
-141
-113
,113
,113
-113
,113
-113
,115
1.001

.108
.108
.108
.107
,107

.107
,995

t,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.450

xlxt,u

.
i,

pt
1

2
3
4
5

6
7
8

9
10
11
12

pt ,jf p -

1.000
1.991
2.979
3.974
4.941
5.958
6.976
6.967
7.926
8.896
9.909
1.000

1.129

1.000
-241
-241
-239
.238
,237
-236
,236
-235
-235
.234
1.000

1.000
-254
e254
-255
-254
,253
,253
,253
-252
,252
,252
1.000

1.250
.999
405
-224
-224
.224

1.316
.998
,468
.201 '
.200

,201

,224

.zoo

,223
-223
-223
,223

,199
,199
,199
,199
,200
1.002

0223
1.002

1.606
.999
.557
.347
.ll8
-119
,118
.118
.118
.118
-116
-117
,999

1.691
.998
-542
.435
.221
,110
109
-109
,109
.lo9
,109
,109
.999

1.008

1.129

1.000
-241
,240
-240
.23R

1.000
,255
,256
,256
.254
,253
-252
-252
,251
-251
.251
1.000

,236
-235
,235
,235
,234
.234
1.000

1.250

'

.998
-440
-224
-224
-224
,222
,222
,221
,221
-221
,222

1.003

1.316

1.606

1.691

1.000
,516
.201
.200

1.001
-546
,396
-206
,121
e123
-125
-116
,115
-114
-114
.998

1.000
,502
,335
,251

.zoo

-199
,198
-198
,198
.198
.198
1.000

,202
-168
.143
-144
-126
,112

.101
1,000

TABLE 111.- Continued


( c) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, pip

t.j

Y/(Wt/2) = 0.000

Pt

Pt,j/Pm

0.881

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
8
9
10
11
12

0.941

1.001

1.019

1.04s

1.002
,732
,729
.130
,730
,730
.129
,729
,729
,729
.729
.998

,997
-482
,487
.481
.4@8
.481
-487
.481
.486
-486
,486
1.003

.998
.35h

1.001
.211
,270
,269
.265
-264
-264
,264
,264
,264

-351

.356
,357
,357
-357
.356
.356
e356
.357

1.001

.264

.993

1.079

1.121

1.157

1.199

.999
,268

1.000
-426
.255
,254
,254
.253
,253
.253
.253
,253
,253

1.000
,441
.235
236
,235
.234
.233
.233
.233
.232
.232
,999

1.000
,461
,212
209
209

,267
,267
,266
-266
,265
,265
.265
,265
,265
1.001

1.000

.208
,208

,208
.208
.208
,208

1,000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, plpt,I.

-4

xlxt,,

1.001 ______)

.<
-

XIX,,

= 1.121

*-

Y I (w 12)

Pt

Pt,jP-

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1
2

1,000
1.991
2.919
3.914
4.941
5.958
6.916
6.961
7.926
8.896
9.909
1.000

.998
.494
-491
,490
-491
$490
.490
,490
.490
490
.491
1.002

,998
,490
.486
.485
,487
.486
,485

,997
,490
,485
.485
,486
.485
,484
,484
,484
,485
,487
1.005

1.013
-503
.485
,476
,469
,446
.463
.461
,465
,453
-440
,989

.999
,496
.4@9
.488
.488
,485
.485
.4P5
,485
.485
,486
1.002

.999
.212
a259
-257
256
,255
.255
,255
-255
.255
-255
1.001

1.000
,362
,257
-256
,255
.255
.254
,254
,254
-254
.254
1.000

1.000

1.000
,439
,243
,246
,252

1,001

3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

w
W

,485

,485
,485
,486
1.001

.353
,264

,262
.258
-256
.255
,253
.253
-253
.253

1.001

,260
,267
.254
-254
,254
,255

1.000

.445

-248
.249
-244
.245
.234
,257
-257
.257
,257

1.000

TABLE 111.- Continued

(d) Configuration F4

Upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , pIp t . j

y / (wt/2) = 0 .ooo

0.954

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

1.000
1.995
2.989
3.988
4.980
5.972
6.947
7.943
7.962
8.951
9.938
9.943
1.000

1.000
.792
.793
a 792
.791
.791
,791
,790
790
-790
-789
,789
.002

.998
.568

-566
-566
,566
,566
,566
-568
,569
-569
e569
-569
1.002

1.008

1.063

1.000
,241
-242
,242
,241
,240
.239
-239

1.000
-229
.228
.228
,227
-226
~ 2 2 5
.224
,225
-224
-224
,224
1.000

e239

,239
,239
,239
1,001

1.129
1.000
-257
-262
$264
a264
-264
-264

-265
e265
,265
-265
,265
1.001

1.184
.998
,429
.266

,265
-264
,263
.263
.264
,264
-263
-263
,263
1.001

1.250

.999
.455
,241
,241
$241
.240
,240
,241
,241
-241
-241
,241
.002

1.316

1.383

,999
,577
e226
,226

,225
.224
,224
e224
-224
224
,224
.224
.001

.999
.bo9
-231
-229
-229
,228

.228
,228

.228
.228
,228

,228

.ooo

1.449

1.522

1.606

,997
-542
.354
-248
,200
e174
-161
-153
,153
-147
,141
,141
1.002

.999
568
.424
,174
-173
-173
-173
,174
-174
,174
-174
.174
1.002

1.001
,562
.493
,145
,145
a145
-145
,147
-147
,147
-147
-147
1.001

1.691

,996
.542
,460
-273
,126
,127
.128
-126
-126
-126
,126
.127
,989

upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p/p
y / ( w t / 2 )r . 05=4 . 0

X/Xt,

Pt

p,,j/pm

1.000
1.995
2 989
3.988
4.980
5.972
6.947
7.943
7.962
8.951
9.938
9.943
1.000

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

1.008

.999
-241
-241
a240
.239
-238
e237

-237
.237
-237
,236
.236
1.000

1.129

1.250

1.000
-263
e262
-263
-262
.262
,261
e261
.261
-261
,261
.261
1,001

1.000
,459
-240
,240
-239
239
-238
-240
-240
-240

-240
-240
1.000

= 0.875

y/(wt/2)

XI

u
1.316

.999
-582
-227
.226

,225
-224
-223
a227
a227
.227
.227
-227
1.002

1.606

.998
.55@
-506
,145
,146
-146
,145
,145
,145
-145
,146
a145
.999

1.001
.544
-452
.274
,125
-126
,126
,126
'-126
-126
-126
-126
1.001

1.129

1.250

1.316

1.606

.999
-242
242
241
,239

1.000
e259
.259
.259
-257
,256
e259
.259
.259
.25e
,258
1.001

1.000
.546
,234
,233
,232
,230
,230
.22O
.220
,220
.220
.E20
1.001

1.000
,554

.238

,999
,513
,242
e241
.240
,239
239
-240
.240
-240
,239
-239
1.001

,236
-236
e236
.?36
,236
,236
1.001

-258

-461

,250
-143
,145
e143
,141
-141
~136
-131
,132
1.000

1.691

.999
-500
.334
.250
,200
,167

a143
,125
,125

,111

.loo
.loo
.998

TABLE 111.- Continued

(d) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt

,j

-4

x/x,

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

1.000
1.995
2 e989
3.908
4 980
5.972
6.947
7.943
7.962
8.951
9.938
9.943
1.000

0.881
-996
040
840
e840
e840
,840
a841
,841
841
e842
,842
a842
1 e003

0.941

.999
,729
,729
e730
e730
e730
,730
e730
0730
m730
e730
-730
,998

1.001

Y/ (wt/2)

X/xt, I
Pt Pt,j/Pm

.=

1.001

1.019

1.049

1.079

0.250

,995
.554
.553
.553
,553
.553
,554
,554
0555
,555
,555
.555
1.002

.999
,471
.468
469
470
471
e471
e472
472
,472
471
,471
1.001

1.016
e423
e424
e 424
e425
e425
,426
.427
e427
-428
,428
,428
,982

.999
e423
e421
a419
e418
-418
-418
,418
e419
,419
e419
a419
1.002

.999
559
,559
e558
,558
,558
.558
.559
,559
e 559
,559
,559
1.002

0.500

0.750

1.006
562
.558
,557
e556
e556
0556
,557
,557
0557
.557
,557
,994

.996
.554
551
e551
,552
e552
.553
,558
,559
560
e 560
e560
1.004

0.875

.995
0540
532
e515
,512
520
-520
e536
,535
a525
,517
e517
0998

0.950

,997
.479
476
472
,469
e471
e 478
.573
,573
.573
.573
,573
1.002

TABLE 111.-

Continued

( e ) Configuration F5

Upper-f lap static-pressure r a t i o , plp

1.000

2
3
4

1.996
3.005
3.986
4.985
5.999
6.962
7.982
8.9130
9.973
,398

5
b
7
8
9
10
11

t,j

iY/(Wt/2) = 0.000

0.888

0.954

1.008

1.063

1.129

1.000

1. (roo
-567,

1.000
e241

1.001
,228

-242
,242
a242
-240

-227
-227
,227
.226

-240

-225

239
-238

-224
-223
,223

1.001
,257
a262
-263
e264
-264
,264
,264
e264
a264
1.001

.793
.793
.192
-792
.791
-790
0790
,789
-709

1.001

566

S 66

,566

.566
-566
-566
.567
,567
1.001

e230
1.001

1.001

'

1.184

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.000
.264
e265
e265
.264
e263
e262
e262
,262
e261
1.002

1.000
e420
242
.242
e242
240
240
240
e240
e240
1.002

1.000
.433
e224
224
e223
e223

1.000
e 526

a223
.222
.222
.222
1.003

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

1.449

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11

1.000

1.996
3.005
3.966
4.985
5.999
6.962
7.982
0.980
9.973
,998

.999
-552
e329
I
~ 2 5 1
.204

a232
e231

~230

.le2

229
.229
.228
.228
.227
1.002

169
e160
-154
e149
1.002

,995
-588

1.606

1.691

1.000

1.001
-551
-482
198
197
197
197

,571

,345

410

-213
,212
-213
a213

209
.210
209
209
.209
209
209
1.003

.212
-213
,212
,996

-196
,196
198
.999

t,j

xfxt,u

1
2

1.522

x'xt ,u

1.008

1.129

1.250

1.316

1.606

1.691

1.008

1.129

1.250

1.316

1.606

1.691

1.000

1e 0 0 1

1.000
e417

1.000
.439
.229
,229
,227
227
.226
.226
-226
-226

.998
-567
e426
.210
e206
e207
e207
a207
e207
207
1.000

.999
,548
490
~ 1 9 0
e 190
190
e189
$189
190
190
1.001

1.000
,243
e242
,241
-240

1.000
-262
-264
0 262
e261
e260
e259
258
-258
e256
1.002

1.000
,390

1.000
-482

1.000
e 566
e424
203
.207
.207
e207
207
.207
207
1.002

1.000
e 501

e242
241

e240
,239

,238
,237
,236
e236
e235

1.003

a262
262
262
e261
e261
.260
260
259
,259
1.002

e241
-241
,241
e 23Y

-239
-239
-239
,239

1.002

1.0G2

-238
-237
e236
a236
-235
1.002

-244
244
,243
,241
,240
,240
-241
,240

1.001

229

,228
-227
e226

-226
e226

-227
227
1.002

,333
,250
,200
167
144
125
.112

.101
1.001

TABLE 111.- Continued


( e ) Continued

y/(wt/2)

0.000

x'xt,1

Pt PtYj/P,,,
1
2
3
4
5

7
8
9
10

11

1.000
1.996
3.005
3.966
4.985
5.999
6.962
7.982
6.980
9.973
.998

0.881

0.941

1.001

1.019

1.049

1.079

1.121

1.157

.998
.a43
844
b44
.a43
,844
,844
,844
0 b44
a44
1.005

1,000

.998
e542
-541
,541
e540
e540
.539
.538
0538
.538
1.003

1.000
e471
e470
.471
.472
,472
.472
,472
-472
.472
1.001

1.000

1.000

1.000
,393
e392
392
e391
391
e392

1.001
.349
e350

,735
0733
,734
.734
,734
.734
.733
0733
.733
1.000

-425
0425
e 423
e423
422
-422
422
e422
e422

1.002

420
m419
-417
~416
0415
e415
0416
e416
a416

1.002

e392
392
0392
1.002

.347
346
0 344
.345
e345
.345
.345
1.002
o

1.199
0

999

e315

-302
300
o 301
300

300
300

300
s301

100 0 4

1.259

1.319

10000
e480
.228
229
.228
0228
0228
e228
.228
,228

1.000

1.002

m485

-186
0186
0186
0186
185
m185
,184
e184
1.003

w
a,

TABLE 111.- Continued


( e ) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p / p


tll

X/xt,l = 1.001-p-

I
X/xt,l = 1.121-

Y/(Wt/2)
Pt Pt,j/Poa
1

1.000

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0,500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.000
,549
,546
,545

1.013
552

1.001
,552
,550
,550
,550
.549

1,000
,544
,541
e 540
,541
e 540
,541

1,000
a530
0527
m528
529
e528
527
e 527
e537
,528
1.002

999
391
,389
.387
,387
.387
,387
.387
,387
,387
1.001

1.000
.389
.389
.387
.386
.387
.387
,387
.388
.387
1.001

1.000
,391
.388
.386
386
,385
,385
.385
~386
,389
1.002

.999
391
390
.388
.388
.389
.389
.389
.385
391
1.003

1.000
,391
e391
.389
,389
.389
,389
.389
,388
,386
10002

1,996

3.005
3.9Mb
4.985
4.499
6.962
7.982

8.980

,545

10

9.973
,938

.545
1.001.

4
5
b

11

,546

,444

.545

542
* 541
540
,539
.539
e538
989
0

544
544
,544
0

,549
,549
.5 49,
,548
1.003

541
,542
0539
1.002

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p / p

a X / X ~ =, 1.319
~

Pt

pt

,&

2
3
4
5
6

1.000
1.996
3.005
3.966
4.985
5.999

be962

8
9
10
11

7.9112
8.980

4.973
r9Y8

0.250

0.500

0.750

,998

.999

,999

,484

.479
187
-107
187
e167
187
* 107
186
,187
1.002

,478

e 189
,188
187
el87
.lb6
e 186
,186
,186
1.002

,213
,189
,189

,186
,187

,187
,187
,187
1.002

tl3
c
L

0.875

0.950

1.000
,471
e 198
,192
191
0191
,191
L 190
a 191
L 190
1 a003

999
469
194
,192
-193
192
192
,191
e 191
t 191
1.002

TABLE 111.- Continued

Configurations F6, VFl(0) , and


upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

0.888

Pt

1
2
3
4
5

1.002

1.507
1.759
2.014

2.515
6 2.518
7 3.027
8 3.538
9 4.047
10 5.044
11 5.059
12 6,068
13 7.093
14 7.071
15 8.081
16 8.100
i7 9.115
18 10.138
19
-998

.999
,791
,791
.792
,792
,792

.794
,792
.792
-792
.791
.791
,790
.791
,790
.790

.790
.790
1.002

0.954

1.008

1.000

1.000

.573
,571
.569
.568
.568
.568
,567
~567
-567
,566
.567
,567
.567
-567
-567
-567
-568

1.000

1.063

1.129

1.184

1.002

1.000
,512
,434
.266

,386

,999
,465

e244

.228

,272

-245
.245
,245

.228

-258
.260

,246
,246

.22R
.228
,228
.228

.246
~245
.245

.228
.228
.228

.260

-262
.264
,264

-224

.OOl

,999

.244

.227
a226
.226

.243
,243
-243
,242
1.001

.225
-225
.225

.998
.543
.507
.421
.241
.241
.241
.241

,262

e262
,263
-263
-263
,263
,263
-263
,263
,263
-263
-263
,263

-243
e243

,492

1.250

,264

,241
.24O

,263
,263

,240

,240

.262
,262
-262
-262
-262
.262
,262

-240

-240
.239
.739
.239
-239
1.003

1.000

t,lI

1.316

2
3

1.002
1.507
1.759

2.014

W
UY

2.515
6 2.518
7 3.027
8 3.538
9 4.047
10 5.044
11 5.059
12 6 . 0 6 8
13 7.093
14 7.071
15 8.081
16 8.100
17 9.115
18 10.138
19
-998

0.888

0.954

1,000
,793
.795
.793
,793
.793
.793
.793

1.002
-582

.998
.429

.580

,241

.579
.578
.578
.578
,577

.242

.793

.577

.793
,793
.793
,792
.792

.577
.577
.577
.577
,577
.577
,577

,792
.792

-792
,791
.999

.577

.577
.997

1.008

,242
,242

1.063
.999
-471
,228
.22Q
.228

.229

,243

~230

-243
.242

-229
-229

-241
.241

.229
.229
.228
,228

,240

.239
.239
.e38

-238
-238
.238

1.002

.228

.227
,227
.227

-227
1 .ooo

1.129
.999
.k91
,277
.260

-259
.259
-263

,263
.263
-262
-262
.260

,259
-259
.259
.259
.259
.259
1.001

1.184

1.606

1.691

,990

-997

,998

.bo7

a633

,673

,991
-676

.bo3

-628

.451

,549
-412

,625
,593
e456
.k56

,654
-616
.578
.515
~515

.3h8

.367
,229
-229
,228
.227

-231
-231

-225

-230
,230

.225
.224
.224

1.002

,227

-229
~227
1.002

,226
1.002

.427
,256

-216
,215

,215

1.003

,526

,524
,591

1.250

1.316

,603
.4b5
.336

.416
-239
-239

,263

-243
.243
.242

,262
-262

-242
.242

e260

,245
-240
-240
.239
.239
-239
,239
.001

.571

-332
-231
,231
-231
,232
,232
-227
-233
-233
-233
.233
-232
,232

1.002

-602
.S42
.492
-493
,566

-451
-326
-192
-207
-192
-205 .193
.205
.I93
-205 .193
-205
-193
,205
-194
-205 a193
,205
e195
1.002
1.012
,389
.206

.207

t.l

.999

-258
-258
1.001

,388
.227
,227

,614

-562

0.450

.999
.534

-259
.258

-234

-225
.225

-503

,298

-234

.227
,226

,999
-508

.258

.411
,236

-233
.233
-232

.434
.262

-259
,259
-264
.264

1.522

.990

upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

y/(wt/2)

1.449

1.383

.998
-576

1.383

1.449

1.522

.999
-605

.W8

.999

-635

,660

627

-622

-571
,415
.415

.5RR

.blk
-567
,524
.524

-238
-238
-238
,236
,236

-239
-237

.237
,237
,237
237
-237
1.002

.483

.482

.3n5
-443
~ 2 3 5 -233
.216
.234
-216
-216
.234
.215
.235
.214
,234
.235
.214
,215
$234
,214
-234
.234
~213
.235
-214
1.002 1.001
-235

1.606

,997
.677
.611
,555.
,508
.508

1.691
,097
.683

,599
q530

479

.so1
,395

,400
,543
,453

.204

,346

.203
,203
-203
.203
-203
,203
-203
,203
,203

-105

-185
a105
-185
.lOS

TABLE 111.- Continued

(f)

Continued

bpper-flap static-pressure ratio, pip,,,

y/(wt/2) = 0.875

xixt, u

Pt,jk

pt

1.002
1.507
1.759
4 2.014
5 2.515
6 2.518

0.888

0.954

1.008

1.129

1.184

1.250

1.316

1.383

1.449

1.000
.793

.999
,559
-556
-556
.554
,553
,571
,569
,568
e565
a564
,561
-560
,560
.559
.559
.559
.558
1.001

1.000
.411
,237
a236
-234
a235
.258
-259
,259
,251
.257
.245

1.001

.999

.998

1.000

.990

.990

.999

.487

.522

-620

.644

-304

.282

,559
-491

,533

-666
.597
-530

,239
,239
.242

-297
.293

591
-521
-431
-430

,603

,265
n265
-265
,255
-254
,253
a 249

,562
-512
~426

.594

.437

.4b1

-452

,467
.3P5

-452

e248

-262
,261

792
.793
~792
-791
,790
.789
.789
.788

1
8

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

3.027

3.538
4.041
5.044
5.059
6.068

.788
.787

,787
,781
,787
.786
,786

7.093

7.071
8.081
8.100

9.115

18 10.138

19

.998

.786

1.001

,240

~240
e239
.239
-239

.239
1.001

.Z~R
.254
-254
e253
a253
~252
.254
1.000

,263
.263

-264
,264

,241

,263

,241

,262

,240
.240
~238
~ 2 3 8
,238
.231

,260

.260
.259
.259
,259
,259
1.001

-237
.237
-237
1.002

.237
,237
.237
.236
,236

1
2
3
4
9

1.002
1.507
1.759
2.014
2.515
6 2.518
7 3.027
8 3.538
9 4.047
10 5.044
11 5.059
12 6.068
13 7.093
14 7,071
15 8.081
16 8.100
17 9.115
18 10.138
19
-998

0.881

0.947

.997
.841
,840
,841
e840
,840
.E41
-841
.I341
,841
,841
,841
~841
.841
,841
,842

,993
~693

.842

,842
1.003

lac06

b93
.693

.694
,694
a693
-693
-693
e691
-691
,691
-690
a690
a689
e689

1.001

-232

.229

,233

-231
e231

-230

,233
.E33

-232
-232
.e32
1,000

.995
.534
.529
.529
,528
a528
~528
.528
e528

1.043

1.079

1.127

* 999

1.001

.999

.439
.434

,433

-416

.423
,425
.425
,425
,424
,423

.373

.434
.434

.434
.434
.434
.433
,433

.520
-527
-527
a528
.528
,528

.433

.423
.422
.422

,432

,422

-432

,421
e421

.689

,521

.688

,527
1.005

,431
-431
1.001

,528

-432

-432
-432

,422

.422
~ 4 2 2
-422

,999

-376
.375
-315
,374
.373

~372
e370

-370
-369
-369
-369
~369
-369

-369
~369
1.002

,229
.229

,233

xxt, I

Pt Pt,j k

,234

-234

t.1

Y/(Wt/2) = 0.000

.234

.229
.229

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

-234

1.168
.999
.581
.514
..334
.334
.334
,334

.334
.334
,333
,333
.333
* 333
,333
.333
.333
,333
.333

1.001

.233

a230

,230
-230
.e30

1.002

.229
.229

,229
.229
,229
1.002

1.522

.433
,308

.215
.214
,114
a213
.211
,210
.211
.211
.211
.211
1.001

1.606

1.691

,997
,619
.593

.999

-527

-449
,449
,399
.374
.267
,196
,196
-196
,195
,195
-195
,195
.195
-195
1.003

-683

-591
-525
,446
,456

-392
,370
~303
-206
-206

-161
,132

-132
-131
,131
e131
,131
1.001

TABLE 111.- Concluded


( f ) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p / ~ , , ~


y/(wt/2) = 0.450

1
r

xfxt,I
Pt Pt,jfPm
1
4

1.002
1.507
1.759
2.014

2.515

2.518
3.027

3.538

2
3

9 4.047
10 5.044
11 5.059
12 6.068
13 7.093
14 7.071
15 8.081
16 8.100
17 9.115
18 10.138
19
-998

0.881
.999
.E34
.a34
.a34
.a35
.a35

e834
.a34
.834
.a33
.a33
.a33
.a33

,833
-832

-832
8 32
-832

1.002

0.947
1.000
e703
-702
a703
e701
,702
,702
,702
-701
,700
e700
-699
.699
.699
.698
-698
,698
-697
1.001

1.001
.999
-536
.533

-532

-531
e531
-530
e529
-528
a528

528
527
,526

-527
,527
e527
-526
-526
1.002

.999
,432
.421
423
-422
-423
e422
,421
420
e419
419
-418
e417
e417
e417
a417
e417
e417

1.002
.43@
.433
,434
.432
.433
431
e429
.428
e425
425
-424
,423
-423
e423
a423
.423
e423

1 .ooo

1.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio,

1.127

1.079

1.043

y/(wt/2) = 0.875

.998
e431
-372
.373
-372
.373
.374
.373
,373
.373
.373
372
371
.371
-371
371
371
-371
1.002

1.168
.999
.589
.504
-336

.337
.337
.339
.338

.337

e336
e336
e336
.335
.33 5
.335
.335
.335
.335

1.001

p/~,,~

0.881
1
2
3

4
5
6

7
8

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1.002
1.507
1.759
2.014
2.515
2.518
3.027
3.538
4.047
5.044
5.059
6.068
7.093
J.071
8.081
8.100
9.115
10.138
,998

.999
.e43
.a43
.e44
.a44
.e 44
.e45
,845
.845
-846
-846
.e45
.e45
,845
.a45
.e45
.a44
.E44
1 003

0.947

1.001

1.043

1.079

1.000
-698
a696
-695
e694
-694
,693
,690
a682
-680
-679
,680
-676
e676
e673
e671
-664
.651
1.002

1 e004
550

1 .ooo
442

1.001
,442
e432
.433
e432
,432
.434
.433
.433
a432
k32
.432
,430
e430
-429
-429
e429
.429
1.000

.538

a436

530
-519
-519
-513
5.09
e504
-501
,505
.495
,492
-492
-490
-490
e502
,487
.995

.435
.434
.434
.438
.437
,436
.435

.435
.434
e432
.433
e432
-432

-432
e432
1.001

1.127
.999
e480
.377
.377
e376
376
.377
e376
.374
.373
372
-372
370
e370
369
-369
368
-368

1.001

1.168
1.000
.598
.474
a328
e326
327
327
326
e325

,325
326

.326
,331
,331
.330

330

a331
-331
1.000

41

TABLE IV.- COMPUTER PRINTOUT OF RATIO OF INTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE TO JET TOTAL
PRESSURE FOR VECTORED-THRUST SINGLE EXPANSION-RAMP NOZZLES
( a ) Configuration VF1(-10)

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p / p

t,j

Y/(Wt/2) = 0.000

x/xt, u

1
2
3
4
5

7
8

9
10
11

1.000
1.978
2.961
3.960
4.916
5.882
6.854
7.840
6.625
9.774
,999

0. aaa

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.000
.802
,807
-805

1.000

1.000

.999
.243
e243
-242
e241
,240
,240
-239
.239
-239
1.001

1.000
.221
.221
.220
.221
,219
e219
.218
.218
e217
1.001

1.000
,238
a241
e244
244
245
,245

1.000
260
s 262
-263
.262
262
262
s 262
-262
e262
1.001

1.000
e266
264
e264
263
,262
,262
0262
e262
262
1.001

805
.8G5
et104
,805
804

.ti04
1.002

-707

706
-705

-706
706
,706
706
.707
.7c7

1.OCO

546
.344

.544
.545
545
,545
e546
-546
546
10002

-245
e245
,245

1.001

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o ,

y/ (wt/2)

1-4

PIP,, j

-4

= 0 .ooo--------------t

XIXt,u

x/xt, u

P t Pt,j/P,
1
2
3
4

5
6

7
8

9
10
11

1.000
1.978
2.961
3.960
4.916
5.882
6.1154
7.840
8.825
9.774
,999

1.510
1.001

-422
,295
.122
.122
.121

,121
.120
.120

.1zo
1.002

1.570

1.630

1.000
-996
524
541
e321
-369
125
-1L5
-1.25
,125
125
-124
-124
,124
124
$124
124
124
124
.124
1.001
1 003

= 1.008

1.250
.999
e420

-243
242
242
e241
-241
e241
a241
a241
1.001

1.322

1.389

1.000
1.000
~ 4 7 1 .553
.229
a233
.228
232
,227
e232
.226
,231
e226
-231
0226
~230
-226
.230
.226
-230
1.002
1.001

Y/(Wt/2)

1.691

1.751

0.250

0.500

1,000
542
-406
,213
.122
.122
.122
,122
.122
,122
1.001

1.000
531
,399
-245
.139
-116
a116
,116
116
-116
1.002

1.000
243
e243

1. 000
238
239
0 238
237
236
236
235
235
235
1. 001

0242

a241
.240
e239
e239
-238
e238
1.001

.
.
.

0.750

0. 875

1.600
e238
e238
0236
e234
e234
,234
e233
.233
e233
1.001

1,,000
a,233
,237
I,238
,237
,237
,236
,236
4,236
,236
1,,001

a1.950

..
.
..
.

8999
,245
,246
,246
t246
,246
I,246
,246
,245
,245
14,002

1.449
1.001
.548
298
271
268
-266
e265
~263
e261
261
1.003

TABLE IV.- Continued

(a1 Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p t ,j

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

9
10
11

10
W

1.coo
lay78

1.0ou
,418

1.000
e420

1.000
,422
0247

1.000
.437
s249

2.961

242

s241

3.900

e242

.240

0241

,240
,239

,248

4.916
5oUb2

a247

,241

e239

,246

t.854
7.640

e241
e241
241

e239

,239

,246
e247
.247

.247
e246
e246

6.825
9.774

.9Y9

0241
1.001

,239
,239
1.002

,247

1.031

246
,246

e246
1.001

1.000
,427
246
0246
0246
e245
,245
245
-245
0245
1.001

1.000
547
e417
0219
0124
124
124
123

0123
e123
1.002

1.001
545
415
229
0123
123
123
123
0123
0123
1.002
0

0998
538
.379
0252
0173
0134
e113
0113
a 112
.112
1 s 003
0

1. c 0 2
526
361
e260
205
167
142
120

..loo

e089
1.002

.999
520
0353
0255
0211
.181
e154
0130
0114
a103
1.001

P
P

TABLE IV.- Continued


( a ) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p


t,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

x/xt

X/Xt

$1

Pt,j/?m

0.881

0.947

1.001

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.coo

1.061

A.UOl

.999
.433
,433
,433
.433
.433

,999

1.978
2.961
3.960
4.916
5.882
6.b54
7.840
8.625
9.774
.999

,998
,529
-528
-527
-527
-527
- 5 27

1.000

2
3
4

-527
-527
,527

.433
,433
,433

1.002

1.001

Pt

5
6

7
8
9
10

11

,844
842
,841
,841
-841
.841
,b 4 2

.e42

.646
.096
694
-694
,694
.693
.693
692
-692

1.001

1.000

.a42

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio,

-f---y/(wt/2)

Pt

1
2
3
4

5
6
7

9
10

11

Pt ,j/Pm

1.043

1.000
1.978
2.961
3.960
4.916

1.000
.435
-436
.435
.434
e436
.437
.437
.437
.437
1.001

5.882
6.ti54
7.840
8.825
9.774
.999

PIP,, j

= 0.875

1.127
1.000
e429
e428
e426
,425
e425
e425
-425
,425
e424
1.000

.999
.383
e381

.378
,378
.377
e376

376
376
376
1.001

.433

-421
.421
419
-419
a418
e418
e418
419
419
1.001

e375
,374
372
e

370

e370
369
m369
369
369
1.001

1.168

1.043

1.079

.999
e329
329
328
e328
,328

1.001
,429
e427
424
,421

e328

a420
e420
419
e420
1.002

1.000
420
419
,416
,415
-414
-414
414
e414
e414
1.001

e328
329
-329
1.001

.420

,1
1.127

1.168

.999

1.000

e380
.379
.379

.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
1.001

.334
.335
.334
a332

e332
e332
332
e 332
e332
1.001

TABLE IV.- Continued

(b) Configuration VF1(-5)

y/(wt/2)

x/xt
Pt

Pt,j'Pm

1 e 000

2
3

1.970
2.941
3.928
4.919
S.8b9
6.933

5
b

7
8
9
10
11
12

6 . b5tl

7.832

8.795
9.770
,999

0.888

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

1.001
,803
,807

1.GOU
.7c7

1.001
-546

1.000

1.000
.221
.220
,220
.220
,219
,218
,218
,217
.217

1.001
e238
8241
a244
-245

1.000
-261
.262
263
263
262

1.001
.2r6

1.001

706

.bo5

,706

-605
-805

706
e 706
,706

,805
-804
,805
,804
-804

706
.707

1.001

.999

.707
707

.544
.544
.544
.545
,545

,243
,243

,243
,241
-240

.2 39

.545

e239

,545
-546

e239
,239
.239
1 ' 000

e346

1.050

.217
1.000

,245
.245

a245
,245
a245
a245

1.000

,262

262
,262
262
262
1.001

U p p e r - f l a p s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , pfp,

f---------yyl(wt/2)

1,510

1.000
1.970
2.941

1.570

1.630

,999
532

3.92M

e391
e170

e241

0.250

0.500

0.750

,000
-546

1.000
e531

1.000

1.000
e238

.309

1 000
,236
0236
e236
.236
,235

.I68

,153

6.933
6.858

167

.ib7

9
10
11
12

7.632
8.795
9.770
.999

,154
.154
e154
,154
,154

1.000

e241

,262
262
1.001

1.751

-167

1.001

e241

-262

.691

4.919
5.889

.999

a241
a241

e241
1.001

1.001

1.000
e562
0228
8233
-227
e232
e226
232
0226
e231
-225
e231
8225
8231
e225
-231
e225
e231
-225
e231
1.002
1.002
e470

Y/(W,/2)

6
7
8

-166
166
166

e264

e264
e263
,263
-263

a243
e242
,242

1.389

0.000

,453
-274
.154

4
5

0265

e424

1.322

,j

x'xt ,u

2
3

0.000

1.000

-400

,140

-140
a140
140
,140
,140

.l+O
1.000

e243
0243

.242
-241
240
a239
e239
.239

e238
-238
1.001

e239
,238
237
236
e236
236
~235
235
235
1.000

e235

,235
8235
e234

,234
1.001

0.875
,999
a235

-238
a239
e239
,238
e238
e238
,237

,236
,236
1,000

0.950
,999
,246

,246
.24b
e246
.247

-246
,246
e246
e245
-245

1 .ooo

1.449
1.002
a565
a336

.224
223
,222
.222
0222
.222
.222
.222
.999

TABLE 1V.-

Continued

(b) Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

t, j
I

P t Pt,jlPCXJ
1,000
ley70
3 2.941
4
3.928
5 4.919
6 5.839
7 t.933
8
6.658
9 7.832
1 0 6.795
11 9 7 7 0
,999
12
1
2

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

l.UO0
,421
0242
242

I.CO0

1.000

1.000
e442
-251
e250
.248
248
247
e247
.247
.248
a247

1.000
.435
.250
,251
e248
e248
e 248
0248
0248
-248
-248
1.001

e999
e542
a449
279
0152
e152
-151
0151
0151
0151
e 151
1.001

1.001
546
e 434
,300
e155
155
e 155
e 155
0155
155
e 155
1.002

1.000
0539
a413
312
e 173
0137
e136
e136
136
e137
136
1. 0 0 1

e241
241

24 1
,241
e 2 4 1

,241
e241

1.u01

e424

0241
0240
e239
,235
,238
e238
e236

.23&
e238
1.000

e426
0247
e248

e247
.247
e247
,247
e247
.247
,248
1.000

1.001

0.875
e997
0531
a387
e

293

207
168
0133
0135

e
e

0113
0105
e 103
e998

OSg5O
1.000
0522
e364
0277
0214
e 177
e146
e148
e130
e115
e 102
1a002

TABLE IV.-

Continued

(b) Concluded
Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/~,,~

XIXt,1
Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9

10
11
12

0.947
1.000
1.970
2.941
3.928
4.919
5.889
6.933
6.658
7.832
6.795
9.770
,999

1.000

,843
-842
a841
-841
e841

-841
-841
842
,842
842
,998

1.001
696
.696
s b95
694
-694
,693
,693
693
.692
692
.999

1.001
,999
.529
,520
.527
-527
,527

e526
-527
-527

-527
,527
1.002

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Pt,j/Pm
1.000
1.970
2.941
3.928
4.919
5.889
6.933
6.858
7.832
8.795
9.770
,999

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.001
.437
0438
436
,436
.437
.437
.437

1.001
e429
a428
-426
,425
.425
e425
-425
0425
e425
,425
,999

1.001
382
a381
,378

0437

,437
.437
1.000

.377

0376
e376
376
,376
376
316
1.000

XI%, I

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

1.043

1.079

1.000
,433
.433
.433
.433
,433
,433
.433
,433
.433
.433
1.000

1,001

1.001
,376
0374
372
370
369
369
369
a369
e369
369
1.000

1.000
-329
0329
e328
e328
e328
-328
328
0328
e329
329
1.001

1.001

1.000
a421
0420
e417
416
,415
,415
-415
-415
0415
e415
1.000

t9j

,421

e421
,419
,419
e418
418
e418
0418
,419
419
1.001

,428

0427
.423
e421
e420
,419
,419
419
a419
419
1,000

1.127
.999
,380
a379
.379
.378

,378
,378

0378
.378

.378
.378

1.001

1.168
1.000
.334
0335
.333
e332
-332
e331
a331
~331
-331
331
1.000

TABLE 1V.- Continued


(c) Configuration VFl(5)
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

t.j

Y/(Wt/2) = 0.000

X/Xt,u
Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

P t & i

0.888

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

1.322

.999
1.977
2.972
3.955
4.924
5.904
6.905
6.888
7.811
8.841

1.001
.a03

1.000

1.000

1.coo

.359

,434

.998
e505

e265
a264
-264
-263

e242
-242
e241
e241
241

-230

e388

-227

e232
-232

.708

-805
,805

.708
-708
.708
,708
.709
,708
.999

1,000
,243
,243
.242
.241
,240
,240
.240
.239
.239
.239
,239

1.001

,805

1.001
.546
.544
,545
.545
,545
,545
.545
.546
,546
.546
.546
.546
1.000

1.002
,222

.805
-805
805

1.001
.709
.708
,707
-707
-708

.241

.ZZb

-241
e241
-241
-241
.241
1.001

e226
-226
e226

-807

.do5

,805
-805

b . 860

9.909
9.842
1.000

,804

1.001

,238
1.000

,220
,220
.220
.218
.217
217
-217
e216
-216
-216
.216
.999

239
.2c2
e245

260
e263
-263

-245

.262

,245
-245

-262
e262

,245

,262

e245

-262

,245

e262

-245
,245
,245

,262

1.000

262
e 262
1.001

e263
.263
e263
-263
,263
,262
e262

1.002

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt .


.J

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

%,
Pt

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Pt,j/Pm

1.510

1.630
1.008
.584
,498
-407
,243
.244
-243
.242
.242
-243
.243
.243
-243
.996

,998
,618
.455
.265
,264
.263
,263

1,001

6.688

e263
.263

.25a

7.071
8.841
8.660
9.909
9.842

1.000

-262
.263
.262
-262
1.001

-606
.503
.260

-259
,259
.258
,259
,259
-259
.259
.259
1.002

x/xt,u

1.008

1.449

1.000
e578

1.000
a618
e412
-238

,226
e226
e226

e231
,231
-231
e231

e231
-231
-231

-225
,225

1.003

e231

1.000

Y / (wt/2)

1.570

.999
1.977
2.972
3.955
4.924
5.904
6.905

*-

1.389

1.751

0.250

0.500

.999
-567
,462
.473

1 .OOl
,548
,427

1.000

1.000

-225
.225
.225

-194
-194
194
,194
,194
195
e195

1.691

a225

.225
.226
,226
.226
e226
1.000

,482

195
a195
1.000

-243
.244
.242

a241
-240
.240

e240
e239
-239
239
-239
,239

1.001

.?39
239

-238
e237
e236

236
-236
-234
235
.235

235
-235

1.000

0.750
.999

0.875

0.950

1.001

.99e
e285
.285
.282
.282
.282
0278
.277
.277
275

-237

e230

-237
.236
235
-233
-233

.231

e233
,233
-233
,233
e233

e232
1.000

229
e

230

-229
.228
-227
227

226
e226
,226

.227

1.000

274
274
e273
1.001

e237

e236
-235

,236
e236
e235

-235
e235
,235

1;002

TABLE IV.- Continued


(c) Continued

Upper-flap

XfXt,U

- -

static-pressure r a t i o , p f p

= 1.250

t,j

XfXt,U

= 1.691

Y l (wt/2>
Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

3.959

9
10
11

b.660

12
13
14

9.909

8999
1.977
2.972
4.424
5.504
6.905
6.&08
7.1371
8.841

Pt,j/PCu

9.b42
1.000

0.250
1.1;GO
435
8 242
8 242
241
e241

e241
e241
24 1

e241
e241
24 1
241

1.000

0.750

0. a75

.9Y9

1.330

,430
0245
0244
,243
.243
e243
,243
,243
-242
,242
8242
,242
1.c02

,448
,247
,247
,247
8247
,247
-247
,248
-248

1.000
a446
248
240
,247
-247
246
e246
8 247
s247
a247
0247

0.500

0248
0246

.248

e247

1.032

1.co1

0.950

,999
e442
0246

-246
0247
e247
.247
,247
247
.247
,247
.247
-247
1.001

0.250

0.500

0.750

0. a75

1.002
569
458
8475
e221
.222
e222
.222
222
8222
e222
.222
0222
1.000

999
564
434
467
8218
e217
8217
218
218
8218
e218
218
218
1.000

1 000
0555
398
e430
0213
e186
,186
186
186
e 186
e186
186
.186
1 000

1 002
541
8371
380
-218
.176
-137
e137
8137
0137
e 137
e137
137
1.001

.
.

.
.

0.950

1.002
531
8354
8342
e216
8178
e146
147
8122
8099
e098

8086
8086
1. 000

TABLE IV.- Continued


(c) Concluded

Lower-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p/p,

y/(wc/2)

*t

P,,,/Pm

1
2

1.977

2.972

4
5
6

3.955
4.924
5.904

7
8

0.905
b.8d8

7.671

10

8.841
8.860

11
12
13
14

0.881

-996
-841
,841
,841
eb41
-841
,842

.999

.a42

9.909

.a42
.842
.843
.E43

9.842
1.000

.e43
1.006

0.947

1.001

1.002
-697
697
-695
.694
,694
-693
-693
-692
.642
.b92

,998
-529

,692
-691
1.000

-527

-528
.528

.521
,527
-527
-527
-527
e527

.521
-527
1. d o 3

Lcwer-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p / p

I1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

y/(wt/2)

.999
1.977
2.972
3.455
4.924
5.904

1.000
.435

6.905

-431
e432
-431
431
.431
-431
a431
1.001

b.888
7.671
8.841
8.860

Ye909
9.842

1.GOO

.434
.433
e432
e432

= 0.875+

1.001
.428
-427
e425
,424
-425
-424
-423
-423
-423
.422
-423
e423

.999

.999

,382
,381
e378

377
.375
,378

-376
-376
-376
e376
376
e376
1.000

= 0.000

y / ( w t / 2 ) = 0.450

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.000
.433
,433
,433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
,432
-432
,432
-432
1.000

1.003
e423
422
-419
-418
-418
418
e418
e418

1.000

1.001
e330
-330
329
.329
328

1.000
,432
430
e427
-425

998
e422
e420
-418
417
417
,416
e416
0416
-416
-416
e416
e416
1.001

1.000
-381
e380
-380
-380

,999
.334
e335
.334
.333

,380

332
e332

,419
,419
,419
419
e997

e376
.374

372
-371
310
370
e370
e369
370
-370
370
e369
1.001

328
-328
e329
.329
-329
e329
.a29
1.000

e424
e423

e423
e423
e423
-423
e423
e423
1.002

.379
e379

.379
-380
a380

.379
,380
1e 0 0 1

1.168

-332
.332

a332
a332
,332
e332
1.002

TABLE IV.- Continued


( d ) Configuration VF1( 1 0 )
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, plp, ,l.

I
xlxt

IT

0.888

Pt,&

1
2
3

1.000
2.314
1.966
4 2.934
5 2.956
6 3.931
7 4.906
8
5.854
9
5.859
1 0 6.837
11 7.801
1 2 7.605
13 8.834
1 4 8.739
1 5 8.764
1 6 9.712
1 7 9.726
l b 9.734
19
,999

1.001
.EO3

.EO3

.EO7
,806

.805
.BO5
.no5
,805
.e04

.EO4
.804
.no4

.E04
a804

.BO4
.a04
.a04
.998

,U

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

1.322

1.389

1.449

1.000
-707
,707
,706
-706
.7ti5
,706
,706
706
.706
,706
,706
.707
.707
-707
.707
-707
.7G7
1.000

1.000
,544
.545
* 543
,544
.544
.544
.545
.545
.545
-546
,545
-546
.546
-546
.546
-546
-546
1.001

1.000
.243
,243
.242

1.001
.221
.221

1.001

1.000
-260
.275
.262
-262

1.000
.266
-534
-265
.265
e264

1.000
.416
.447
-242
.242

.999

1.000
.482
a582
-413
,512

1.000
.533
,630
-434

-232

.263
.263
-263
-263

-242
-241
-241
-241
e241

.288
.284
-283

,242
,242
.241
.240

.240
.E39
.239
.239
.239
-239
.239
~ 2 3 9
-239
,239
1.000

.239
-238
.241
-241
,244
.245
-245
-245
.245
e245
.245
,245
.245
-215
-245
e245

.220
.220
-219

.220
-219
,219
,218
-217
,217
-217
,217
,217
a217
-216
.217
1.000

.245
1.000

-263
,262
-262
-261
,261
e261
.261
.262
262
-262
-262
,262
-262
1.001

e262
.262
.262
-262
,262
-262
e262
-262
1.001

-242

-441
505
.379
.375

,227
a226
-226
-226

-225
e225
~ 2 4 1 -225
m241
-225
~ 2 4 1 -225
e225
-241
,241
,225
-241
-225
-225
-241
1.002
1.002

-231
-231
-231
-231
e231

-231
-231
-231
.231
e231
,231
-231
1.002

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, PIP,,

y/(wt/2) = 0.000 ____+ -4

-4

X/Xt,+

1 1.000
2 2.314
3 1.966
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2.934
2.956
3.931
4.906
5.054
5.859
6.037
7.801
7.805
8.634
8.799
b.764
9.712
9.726
9.734
-999

1.510

1.570

1.630

1.691

.999
.581
-643

,997
.597
.632

1.001)

.488
.486

-536

.998
-542
.584
-506
.498
.545
.258
a259
.259
.258
,259
,259

.367
.325
.325
.325
.325
.325
.324
-325
.325
.325
.325

.32s
-325
1.002

.535
.497
-314
.314
.314
.314
-314
.314
.314
,315

.314
-314
.314
.315
1.001

,578
.612
.532
-529
.550
.303
.303
.303
e303

,303
.303
.303
,303
.303
.303
.303
,303
.997

1.008

>-

Y1(Wt/2)

xlxt ,u
Pt Pt,&

.ZbO
.260

-260
,260

.ZbO
.260
1.001

1.751
,999
-503
-556
.484

,482
a492
a224
.224
-224
,224
-224
-224
-225
a225
e225
-225
.225
.225
1.002

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.000
-243
e243
-243
e243
.242
-241

1.000
.239

1.000
.238
.238

1.000
~ 2 3 6
-235
~ 2 3 7

1.000
,258
-257
-252
,251

-240
.240

e239
.239
-239
.238

,238
e238
a238

-238
-238
1.001

,239
.2 39
e239
.238

e238
,238

,237

-237
-238
-238

,236
.23b

-232
-234
-231

,236

.233

.235
.235
.235
.235
.235
-235
-235
.235
1.000

-233

e238
-237

-233

~237

-233

~ 2 3 7

.237

e233
~ 2 3 3
e233

.233
-233
1.001

-237
a238

-237
-237
-237
e237
e237
1.000

-260
-254
,251
,251
,250
-249
.248
-249
.248
e248
.248
-247
.245

1.000

,433

,283
-283
,282
.282
.282
.281
.2e1
.281
.281
.281
1.002

TABLE IV.- C o n t i n u e d

(d) Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio,

-<

x / x ~ =, ~1.250

PIP, ,j

a
x I x ~ ,=~ 1.691
Y l (wt12)

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

15
16
17
18
19

1.000
2.314
1.566
2.934
2.456
3.931
4.906
5.854
>.e59
6.637
7.&01
7.805
8.834
b e799
6.764
9.712
9.726
9.734
e999

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

1.001

1.OGO

1.001

i.ooo

1.000

1.002
e 542
.584
e501
.494
.545
0259
0259
e259
e259
-258

a416
469
0242
-242
.242
242
241
e241
-241
241
,241
s 241
,241

.412
e444
,243
.243
.242
e241
e240
0240
.240
,240
,239
,239

,393
e461
.248

.23Y

.249

0241

.2j9
,240

.24ti
.247
,248
,249

.241
e241
241

1.CO1

,239
,239

1.001

,249

,249
,247
,246
.247
.246

e247
,248
,249

1.001

378
,467
0246
246
,246
.245
,246
e246
0247
e247
247
248
-248
e24E
e247
.247
.247
1.000

.343
.455

e252
.250
0243
e234
0248
0247
e242
e241
e242
e 240
e245
.243
,.
244
0245
246
1.002

258
e259
-259
e259
260
260
e260
.998

0.500
,999
527
575
e471
462
520
254

.252
e252
253
a

254
254

-255
256
e256
e 256
257

257
1.000

0.950

0.750

0.875

1.000
e 510
e567
e431
e415
463
a 241
e 206
e207
-207
207
207
207
208
e 207
207
207
207

1.001
.495
.559
e419
e405
-417

1.002
e474
.544
.402
391
362

e238

a235

184
e183
m153
151
e 151
e151
0154
e153
e152
152
0152
1.003

189
e189
e 150
.110
e 109
e098
-099
.098
.098
a097
096

1.000

1 .ooo

.
TABLE IV.- Continued
( d ) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure r a t i o , plp

y/(wtI2)

t.j

0.000

y(wt/2) = 0.450

---

xlx

x/xt,1

Pt Pt,,lPm

0.881

0.947

1.001

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

1.000
-696
-696
.696
~696
.694
a 694
,693
693
.693

.999
.229
-530
.52M
-528
,527
.527
e527
-527
,527
.527
.527
.527
.527
.527
.527
.527
.527
1.0G3

1.001
.434
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433

1.001

1.001
.376
e376
,375
,375
,373
-372
,371
,371
-371
-371
371
.371
,371
-371
-371
,371
-371
1.000

1.001
-330
-330
.329
-329
-326
-328
,326
.328
,329
-329
-329
.329
e329
.329
.329
,329
-329
1.000

t.1

1.043

1.079

1.000
-427
~427

.999
-422
422
-420
-420
-418
-418
,417
417
-416
.416
a416
-416
-416
-416
-416
,416
-416
1.001

1.127

1.168

.999

1.000

1 1.000
2
2.314
3 1.966
4 2.934
5 2.956
6 3.931
7 4.906
8 5.854
9 5.859
10 6.837
11 7.801
1 2 7.805
13 8.834
14 8.799
15 b.764
16 9.712
.17 9.726
18 9.734
19
-999

,692

,692
-692
.692
.b92
,692
-692
.692
1* 002

Lower-flap static-pressure r a t i o , plp


yl(wt/2) = 0.875

xlxt, 1
Pt,,/Pm

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.000
2.314
3 1.966
4 2.934
5 2.956
6 3.931
7 4.YOb
8
5.854
9 5.859
1 0 6.837
11 7.801
12 7.805
13 8.834
14 8.799
15 8.7b4
16 9.712
17 9.726
i n 9.734
19
.999

1,000
,441
.440
.439
.439
.436
.434
-434

1.000
,429
,529
.427
-427
-426

-434
,435

-423
-524
,423
423
e423

1.001
-381
-381
-380
380
.377
e376
,377
.376
,375
,375
.375
.375
.374
-376
,377
.376
.375
1.000

Pf
1
2

.434
.433
-434
.433
-434
.434
.434
e434

1.001

e426
.524

-424

,424
-424
-524
,425
1.001

.433

.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
.433
1.001

t>j

-424

,422

-422
-422
.420

.419
,419
-419
,418
-419
-418
-419
-419
-419
-419
.419
-419
1.001

-425
.425
-422
.420

,418
.418
-418
418
-418
.418
e418
.418
-418
-518
.418
1.000

.379
.379
.379
,379
.378
.378
e378
,378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
1.001

.334
-335
.335
.335
.333
e332
e331
.332
-332

,332
-331
e332
-332
-332
.332

-332
-332
1.000

TABLE 1V.- Continued


(e) Configuration VFl(20)

y/(wt/2)

= 0.000

X/Xt. U

Pt

1
2

3
4
5

6
7
6
9

lG
11
12
13
14

Pt,j/P,

0.888

0.924

0.966

1.03G

1.001

1.ouo

1.036

l.li71
2.933
3.930
4.918
4.908

.803
-807

.EO5
,004
.eo4
b05
,804
.eo4
.e04

5.U86

5.862
b. b L 4
6.844
7.814
7.811
b.UU3

,804
.e04

.uO4

1.coo

.998

.7Gb
,705
.705
.7c5
,705
.7Ob
,706
,706
-706
,706
.70h
.7Gb
,999

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

.999
,243

1.000

1.000

.999
.390

1.000

1.000
.484

.242

.220

.241

e219

,241

.220
-219
.219
,219

1.008

.345
-544
,544
.544
.544
.545
-545
.545
,545
,545
-545
.546
1.000

,241
e240
.240
.2 39
.23Y
.239
-239
.23Y

l.OG0

-259
-241
.244
.244
.244
,244
.244
.244

.224

.218

-244

.218
-217
e217
-217

.244
.244
,245

1.a00

1.000

y/(wt/2)

263

e264

-262

.263
e263

-262

.261
-261
-261

e261
e261
261
-261
1.000

Upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p/p

--

-262

.448
e265

xlx

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
l U

11
12
13
14

1.030
1.471
2.933
3.930
4.9111
4.YUB
5.8Ub

5.862
6.624
6.844
7.b14
7.ttll
8.d03
1. C O O

.YY7

,655
,516
.470
.473
.471
-467
.467
-466
.46b

-47.0
.470

,471
1.001

1.630

1.691

1.751

0.250

0.500

1.oco

1.0G4

1.000
,615
-565
.537
,547
547

1.000

1.000

1.000

1.OGO

-646

292
566
,555
-556
,397
,397
,397
.397
.398
,398
398
,999

,338
.338
e336
,338
,338

.338
.338
1.000

-569
-502
a464
.494
.493
.280

= 1.008

0.750

,999
238
e238

239
,239

.242
.240
-240
-239

.238

-235

,237
.237
-236
236
-236
e236
-235
235
235

e234
-234

239

,280
,281

-239
e239
e238

,280
.281
1.001

1.001

-243
.243

.280

.Z&O

-262

.241
-241
-241
e241

-241
.241
-241
1.000

.999
.538
429
.349

1.389

1.449

1.000

,999

,226
e226

.588
.443
,402

-626

e231

382
e382
-380
300
-381

e225
-225
,225
e225
e225
.225
e225

-231
e230
-230
e230
e230
e230
.230
-230

1,000

1.000

e465

,421

e381
-382
.382
.383
.999

Y/(Wt/2)

1.570

.665
.58 1
,537
510
.513
-462
.463
,463
-463
.4t4
464
.465

-262

X/Xt+

t.U

Pt

263
e263
e263
-262

t,j

-I

o.oo*-

-263

.395
,242
,242
.241

1.322

-238
-238
.999

1.000

0.875

0.950

1.000

.999
e243
.242
e242
-243
243
.244
e244

234
-236
-236
-236
e236

.234

236

e234
e233
,233

-236
235
e235
e235
235
e235
,999

-233
233
e233

1.000

e244
244
-245
,245
e247

1.000

.. . *..=**.-

TABLE IV.-

Continued

( e ) Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, plp,


C,J

x / x ~ =, ~1.250

*-

x / x ~ =, 1.691
~

Y I (Wt1 2 )
Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

0
9
10

11
12

13
i 4

01
01

Pt,j/Pca

0.250

0.500

le000

l e 000

,999
496
.394
e239
238
,238

1.971
2.933
3.930
4.918
4.908
5.886
5.862

0395
e242
a241
241
,241
0241

6.b24

,240

6.844
7.614
7.811
Osd03
1.03~

,241
241
0241
-241

501

i .COG

-238
.238
9236
.23a

.23u
238

.23&

1.oco

0.750
0996
.495

*35b
e247
247
247
246
e247
e246
,247
247
.247
e247
.999

Y 1 (Wt1 2 )

0. a75
0999
,498
.317
.248
,247
247
,24 7
e247
246
,246
246
0246
e246

1 e 000

0.950
,999
0501
a262
,248
248
248
-247
a247
,247
,247
,247
e247
e246

1.000

0.250

0.500

0.750

0. a75

1.002
e619
a 566
536
549
549
.336
a336
336
336
e 337
.337
336
a999

.999
609
0549
519
,534
.534
. 3 21
0322
.322
322
322
.322
322
1.000

1,000
0594
e514
r 448
e 475
476

1.002
0580
.473
.373
e431
-431
e216
a216
e 195
195
a184
e 184
a185
1.002

272

,272
0252
252
a252
r252
r252
1.000

0.950
1.002
0560
.434
e 323
.389
.388
e216
0217
0151
e150
a130
130
a128
1.001

TABLE IV.- Continued


( e 1 Concluded
Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p i p t

x/x
Pt

Pt ,j/P,

0.881

0.947

1.001

1.000
1.Y71
2.933

.997
e641

,999
695

.841

-695

3.930

4.918
4.908
5.806
5.b62
t.824
6.044
7.814
7.811
6.603
1.000

-841
.e41
,841
-841
,841
-841
,041
,842
,642
e842
1.002

1
2

3
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

694
,694
-694
e693
,693
.692
.693
b92
692
692
1.000

..

.527
-527
-527
-521
-527
.527
1.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio,


y/(wt/2)

1
2

1.000
1.971
2.933

3.930

12

4.918
4.908
5.ddb
5.862
6.624
6.644
7.014
7.M11

13

8.803

14

l.Oi)G

6
7

8
9
10

11

1.000
,439
.439
.438
.437
.437
,437

1.000

.437

e425
,425

.437
.437
.437
-436
e436
1.000

-430
e428
e426
e426
e426

-425
,425
-425
-425
.425

1.000

,999

,529
.528
,527
~527
,527
e527

PPt,j

0.875

1.000
.383
e381
.379
.378
.378
.377
.377
.377
.377
.377
.377

.3?7

1 .ooo

= 0.450-

t.1

1.043

1.000

t W y/(wt/2)

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

,j

,432
-432
,432
.433
-432
-432
-432
-432
.433
,433
.433
.433
.999

1.079
1.000

e421

1.127

1.168

1.043

1.079

1.127

1.168

,999

1.000
,330

1.001
e429
427
e424
e421
e422
-421
e421
420
e420
-420
a420
e420
1.001

0999
e420
e418
a416
e415
-415
e415
e415
414
e414
,414
e414
-414
1.000

.999
e380
.379
.379
.378
,378
.378
,378
.378
.378
.378
.378
.378
1.000

1.000
.335

.375

-421

.374

-419
,418

372
-370

e418

-370
,369
-369
369
369
-369
-369
-369
.999

.418
.41B

-418
,418
,418
e418
e419
999

.329
,320
e328

328
0328
.328
.320
320
,329
e329
329
1,000

.335
.334
.333
.333
,332
-332
332
e332
-332
332

-332
1.000

TABLE IV.- Continued

V1(- 1 0 )

( f ) Configuration

Upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p l p

1:

t.j

=I

y l ( w t / 2 ) = 0.000

x/xt, u

Pt

Pt,j/Pm

0.888

0.924
1.002
,688

,685
e683
$683
-682
-682
-682
e682
,682
,681

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

e681
-681
1.000

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

1.001
,519
.514
,511
.50@
-507
-506
.505
.504
,503
,503
,503
-503
.999

1.001
.359
-351

1.001
.194
.151
-151
$151
e151
-151
.151
e150
149
149
-149
,149
11000

1.001
e226
,151
,152
,152
e152
e152
,152
a152
-152
,152
,151
a151
1.000

1.000
-271
e173
114
-115
e175
-175
-114
-174
-173
e173
,173
-173
1.001

1.001
a342
189
,189
,189
4188

1.001
,403
,207
204
.200
e197
,197
196
e195
194
e194
e194
.193
1.001

.355
,354
.354
.354
.354
.354
.354
,354
.354
.354

1.000

y l ( w t / 2 ) = 0.000

3
4
5
6
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

-206
e206
-206
205
-205
.205
-205
204

.204
1.002

1.002
.454
,342
,202
.201
.201
.201
e700
.200
.199
,199
e199
-199
1.002

t,j

X/Xt,u

1.008

Y I (wt12)

X I Xt , u

1
2

e187
,186
,186
,186
,186
-185
1.001

1.000
.428
.2Oh
-207

1.389

- -

Upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p/p

Pt

.la@

1.322

P t ,jpm

1.510

1.570

1.630

1.691

1.751

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

.999
1.994
2.988
3.975
4.961
5.913
5.952
6.935
7.928
0.947
8.916
9.955
9.941
.999

1.001
e516
-408
e198
,198
-191
197
-197
e196
,196
,196
e195
e195
1.001

1.000
.534
,445
.180
,119
-119
e 179

1.001
,547
472
,313
,170
.110
170
e170

1.001

1.001
,525
e403
,367
,132
e132
-132
,132
e132
,132
.132
e132
,132
1.001

1.001
.355
-350
,346
.345
.344
,344
,344
,344
.343
,343
.343
,343
1.001

1.001
364
-362

1.002
,344

1.002
.339

1.001

.336

,332

360

,332

,359
,359
.359
,359
,358
-358
,358
.358
,358
1.001

,329
-329
.328
e328
.327
,327
e321
.327
1.001

329
-328
.326
.326
.325
,325

,178
,178
-178
-178
178
e178
,002

-170
.170
.169
,169
-169
1.001

.544

-452
.348
-149
.149
-149
,149
-149
-149
,149
e149
-149
1.001

,330

.324
.324
,323
-323

1.000

,349
,345

,343
e341
e340

-340
e340
,339
.338
e338
.338
,338
1.001

1 .ooo.489

.384
,203
,203
.202
,202
,201

.201
,201
,201
,200
,200
1.001

TABLE 1V.- Continued


( f1

Continued

Upper-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e

-4

r a t i o , p/p,

x / x ~ ,= ~1.250

Y/(Wt/2)

y / (wt/2)
Pt

Pt,j/P,

0.250

0.500

1
2
3
4
5

.999
1.994
2.988
3.975
4.961
5.973
5.952
6.935
7.928
8.947
8.916
9.955
9.941
.999

1.001
e 394
e 197
,197
197
196
,196
e196
a195
e195
e 195
e195
a195
1.002

1.001

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

0.750

le001
,360
0198
e 191
189
8197
196
e 188
a195
e187
e195
e187
194
-186
,194
186
,193
a185
.185
e193
e193
el85
0193
e185
1.001
1.002
.349

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.001
a381
,200
e199
e 198
a 197
el97
e196
e196
a195
e 195
.195
194
1.001

1.001
.399
.202
.201
.201
.200

1.001
.545
.448
e348
e150
a150
a150
a150
.150
a150
e150
,150
a150
1.001

1.001
.554
e429
395
w146
a149
149
*151
e153
e154
e154
e155
.153
1.001

1.001
.538
m356
e 329
193
0143
e143
b140
a139
a138
w138
136
a136
1.002

10000
b 529
350
289
a213
e156
m157
a136
e134
.134
,134
el33
e133
1.002

1.001
8 513
.338
a271
.209
e167
0168
a136
m115
a099
a099

.zoo
e199
e 199
198
e198
a198
198

1.001

.0b8
,088

1.001

TABLE IV.-

Continued

(f) Concluded

Lower-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e r a t i o , p/pt

pt

2
3

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Pt.j/P,

,999
1 994
2.988
3.975
4.961
5.973
5.952
6.935
7.928
8.947
8.916
9.955
9.941
.999

y/(wt12) = 0.000

0.881

0.941

1.001

1.019

1.003
,847
.a45
,844
.844

1.002
,740
.739
.739
.738
,738
.738
,737

.997
,615
,614
-612
,612
,612
.612
-611
-611
-611
-611
a611
-611
1.003

1.002
-601

,844
,844
.a44
,844
.a44
,844
.e44

.a44
1.000

.737
,737
.737
.737
a736
1.002

I
pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

13
14

P,,jk

,999
1.994
2.988
3.975
4.961
5.973
5.952
6.935
7.928
8.947
8.916
9.955
9.941
.999

.599
.599
.599
.599
.598
.598
.598
.597
,597
.597
.597
.999

X/xt,1
1.049
1,000
571
,568
,566
,566
,506
e566
,567
,567
,568
a568
,569
,569
1.001

1.079

1.121

1.157

1.199

1.001
,536
.534
,533
.534
.535
.535

1.002
.478
,479
,478
.478
.478
,478
.478
.478
.478
,478
,478
.478
1.001

1 003
,425
,424
,422
-421
a421
e421
e421
,421
,422
e 422
422
e422
1.000

1.002
,390

,535
-536
.537
,537
,538
.538
1.000

1.001 ___.__t

.346
,346
.346
e346

,347
.347
.34R
.348
,349
.349
1.001

- -

Lower-flap s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e ratio, plp,

x/xt,l

,348

x/xt,l = 1.121

Y I (wt/2)

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.001
-621
,618
e616
e616
.b16
-615
.616
,616
616
-616
.616
,616
1 .ooo

1.002
,616
.614
.614
-613
-614
-613
,613
,613
,613
-613
-614
-613
1.000

1.003
.617
.613

1.001
-617
614
.613
612
-613
-613
,613
,614
614
614
-615
-615
1.002

1.002
.625
622
.621
e621
-621
-621

1.001
.480
.479

1.002
.484
-481
e481
480
,481
.480
,480
-481
e481
.480
,481
-481
,999

1.000
.480
e476

1.001
.479

1.002
.490

,476
,474

-486

.474
.474
,474
,474

.474
.474
.474

,484

474

.474

.475
.476
.475
,476
-476
1,000

,475
.475
.475
e476
.4?5
1,000

-612
,611
-611
-611
.611
-612
-612
-612
-613
-612
1.000

.622
622
,623
.622
e623
.623
1.001

.478
.478

,478
.478
.479
.479
-480
-480
e480
.480
,999

,484
.484
.484
,485
.485
,485
.485
,486
.485
.999

TABLE N.- Continued


( g)

Configuration V1( 1 1 )
Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

t.j

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

x l x t ,u
pt

1
2

3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

P ~ , ~ / P - 0.888

,999
1.963
2.942
3.919
4.898
4.872
5.865
6.813
7.797
8.788
9.055
1.000

1.000

,793
e796
.793
.793
.793
,793
,792
e792
e791
e792
,999

0.924

1.000
e701
ab99
e699
.b99
699
,699
699
699
e699
699
.998

0.966

1.001
,476
e472
a470
-470
~470
,469
-469
e469
.469
,469
1.000

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

1.322

1.389

1.449

1.001
e316
,313
e310
-310
e309
,309
e308
e307
307
307
,999

1.001
390
390
,389
,388
.388
.388
.387
,387
.387
.387
.999

1.002
.445
,450
,451
e451
a451
e451
-451
e452
e452
,453
,998

1.001
,449
,447
.445
0445

1,001
396
.393
e391
e 390
390
a390
e390
390
-390
~390
.999

1.001
.357
e332
e324
e323
e322
a322
e321
,321
a321
a321
1.000

1.000
,554
-274
-274
e273
e273
-273
e273
,274
0274

1.000
,593
.234
,233
-232
e232
e232
a233
,233
e233
-233
1 .ooo

1.ooa
5 79
,201
e199
.19@
,199
e198
e197
.198
,108
,198
1.001

,445

446
.447
.448
.44a

.449
.998

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/pt

e274

1.000

.
9 3

y/(wt/2) = 0.000
-+-.

X / X , . ,=~ 1.008

Y/(Wt/2)

x/xt, u

Pt

2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

e t , j /p-

,999
1 963
2.942
3.919
4.898
4 872
5.865
6.813
7.797
8.788
9.055
1.000

1.510

1.570

1,000
e567
.339
,175
e175
-175
,175
174
174
e173
174
1,000

1.000
,569
364

171
170
.170
,170
109
169
169
,168
1.000

1.630

1.000
,559
401
,172
172
,172
,172
172
172
172
,172
1.000

1.691

1.751

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.000
e541
.435
,242
172
-172
e172
e171
a171
e171
.171
1.001

1.000
,493
409
e254
160
,160
160
e159
e159
e159
e159
1.001

1.001
a312
a311
e311
e313
e313
e312
e312
e311
e310
,310
1 .ooo

1.001
e315
,314
-317
318
e318
e317
e316
.316
r315
,315
1.000

1.001
e312
,312
,313
e316
e316
e315
a314
-314
313
,313
1.000

1.001
,318
e314
-319
320
320
e319
,318
e318
,317
e317
,999

1.001
a331
e331
,331
-330
,331
,330
-329
.329
-329
e329
1.000

;.

TABLE IV.- Continued

(9) Continued

Upper-flap static-] essure ratio, p / ~ , , ~

X/Xt,u

= 1.250

+
-.

Y/(Wt/2)
Pt

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

9
10
11
12

Pt,j/Pw

e999
le963
2.942
3.919
4 e 898
4.872

5.865
6.813
7.797
8.788
9.055
le000

y/(wt/2)

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1 a 001
e333
e327
e325
e324
e 324
e323
a323
e323
e 323
e 323
le000

1 e001
e 334
e329
e 327
e326
e326
a326
e325
e325

1 e 001

le001
* 341
,330
e327
a326
.327
.326
e326
,325
325
,325
1.000

1.001
e385
.320
e 327
e326
a 325
e326
a 326
e326
e327
e 327
1 e001

e326

e326
la000

331
.330
e328
e327
e327
e327
e 320
.327
e 327
e327
1 e 000
e

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1 e 000
.543
e446
e263
e173
e173
e173
e 173
e172
e172
.172
1 e000

le000
e 543
e489
a310
e170
1'70
e 173
e 174
e176
e177
e177
1 e001

1e 000

la000
e 532
e 390
e 284
.211
e 212
a168
e147
e127
e107
e 101
le001

1 e001
a 527
e365
e270
e214
e215
e 174
e147
e130
e117
e114
1 e001

534
a428
e297
.19P
e 19R
e159
a127
e126
e126
e126
le001
e

TABLE 1V.-

Continued

( 9 ) Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p


t,j

- y/(wt/2)
- 0 0 0 .= 0

x'xt,
Pt

Pt,j'Pm

0.881

0.941

1
2
3
4
5

.999
1.963
2.942
3.919
4.898
4 872
5.865
6.813
7.797
8.788
9.055

1.003

1.003

7
8

9
10
11
12

1.000

,840

0839
,830
.038
.038

,839
039
0839

,839
,840
11000

.726
0726
e725
e725
e725
.725
.724
e724
e724
.724
.998

1.001

,999
.474

,477
.478
.477
,477
,477

,477
.477
.477
.477
1.003

1.019

1.049

1.079

1.121

1.157

1.199

1 e002
e352
351
e351
e351
-351
352
352
a352
352
e352
,999

1.011
,264
0263
e262
a255
,255
,254
a254
e254
,254
e255
,990

1.001
e263
e257
257
-256
e256
e256
0255
,255
e255
e255
1.001

1.001
-419
,243
,242
242
-242
.242
0242
242
.242
e242
1.000

1.001

1.000

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9

10
11
12

b:

,999

1.001

1 e963

,488

2.942
3.919
4.898

.485
.483

4.872

.483

5.065
6.813
7.797
8.788
9.055
1.000

,483
-403
a403
.483

,403

.483

1 .ooo

0478

,224
,224
,224
.224
.222
,222
.221
.221
,221
1.001

e235
199
0199
199
,199
198
198
-198

199
1.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

x/xt,l = 1.001

Y/ (wt/2)
Pt

.445

Y/bt/2)

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

1.005
.485

1.001
e482
.479
.478
.477

1.000
491

1.001
,481

1.000

,486

,475

1.000
.397
,248
-249
e248

,478

.485
.485
e405
,485
,485
,485

,474
,473
.473

1.000
e381
246
e246
e245
.245
.244
,244
244
e244
e244
1.000

l.OOC
.410
e243

,485

1 000
,399
e245
.245
.244
.244
~244
243
e243
,243
e243
.999

e400

.479
.479
,479
.47@
.478

.4?7
.477

.478

.477

,478

.478

,478

.477

.996

1 .ooo

,485

1 .ooo

,473

,472
472
,472
e472
1.000

e426
e247
e246
e245
e245
e245
,244
e244
e244
244
1.000

.248

248

247
.248
,248
e248

1.000

-245

-242
242
.242
,242
-241
,241
,239
1 000

TABLE 1V.-

Continued

(h) Configuration V7(20)

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

t,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

x/Xt,u

pt
1

P t , j k

1.000
1.968
2.947
3.948
4.9G1
5.697

1.001

2
3
4
5

0.888

0.924

0.966

.999

1.000

1.000

b795

-696
e695
.693
.692
e692
1.U00

796
.793
.793
e 792
.998

e515
e503
,500
,498
-496

1.000

1.008
,999
,624
e617
,615
e615
e615
.999

1.051

b999
,611

,603
601
,601
602

b999

1.087

b999
.584
580
e 579
-580
e581
b999

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

t y / ( w t / 2 )

= 0.000-

Pt,j/Pco

1.000

1.968

3
4
5
6

2.947
3.948

1.001

4.901
5.&97

999
.539
524
522
-522
-523
1.000
b

1.190

b999
482
.443

1.250

b999

-532

e440
e440
1.000

e367
e350
e344
e340
1.000

e441

t,j

d
Y/(Wt/2)

x/*t ,u
pt

1.129

1.510

1.570

1.630

1.691

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

.999
e559
e251
e172
e172
e172
1.001

1.000

.999
,551
.339
.140

,996
a525
.345
e215
,122
e123
1.000

998
-641
e627
e 623
e623
e623
1.000

.999
644
632
629
e628
628
1.000

.999
e 644
e634
e632
-631
m631
1.000

le000
-648
e 639
e636
e635
a635
1.000

.998
643
638
-637
-636
e636
1.001

,564
e325
-152
a151
a151
1.000

138
,137
1.000

1.322

1.389

1.449

b999
-568
-306
.306
-306
a307
1.001

1.000
e559
e248
-248
e248
e248
1.000

e999
.547
e 203
e203
e202
b 202
1.000

TABLE 1V.- Continued

(h) Continued
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p'pt, j

x/xtyu= 1.250

x/xt,

y/(wt/2>
0.250

0.500

0.750

= 1.691
-

y/ (wt/2>

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

TABLE IV.-

Continued

(h1 Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

t,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

Pt,j/PW

0.881

0.941

1
2
3

i.co0
1.968
2.947

1.000
.a40

1. c c 1
7Gb
693

3.94d

pt

4.901

5.897

1.001

8 39
,038
,837
.e37
1.005

600

ebb6
.bt5

1.000

1.001
.997
509
e502

,499
.497
a496
.399

1.019

X/xt y 1
1.049

1.079

1.121

.996
.395
277
276
a276
.276
1. 000

.995
463
160
0158
156
e155
1.005

999
467
e 166
,166
165
0165
1.001

1.000

1.157
.999

a466

-467

179
*178
177
el77
1.DO0

188
.188
a187
187
1.001

1.199
a998
468
207
.201
e202
e 203
1.000

- -

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio,'p/p_


Ls

xlxt y 1

= 1.001

*-

x/xt,l = 1.121

YJ (wt/2)

1
2
3
4
5
b
b,
01

0.250

0.500

0.750

1.030
18968
2.947

1.000
.539
e 536

1.003

1.000
.5 29
-524

3.940
4.901

,534

5-69?
1.001

,533
,533
.999

528
522

521

.5Zd

519
,997

-523
0522
,521
1.001

0.875
,999
521
e517
-515
a514
513
.999

0.950
.999
,520
519

8515
e514
510
1.000

0.250

0.500

.998
430
0181
180
e 179
e179
1.000

.998
e415
a183
~ 1 8 3
e183
a183
1.000

0.750
.999

400
e187
185
0184
184
1.000

0.875
.998
a 440
190
191
e 192
191
1.000

0.950
.998
429
,231
e194
191
-189
.999

TABLE IV.-

Continued

( i )Configuration V2(20)

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

Pt

1.000

2
3

1.967
2.973
2.939
3.940
4.840
4.903
5.876
6.b44
1.000

5
6
7
8
9

10

I
I

Y/(Wt/2) = 0.000

x/x

0.888
1.0b0
-796
.797
,797
,794
.793
.793
-792
.792
.999

t,u

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1.129

1.190

1.250

l.U(rl

1.001

516
504
,504
501
.499
.499
.497
.496
1.001

1.050
.625
618
.618
,616
,616

1.000
-612

1.001

-699
-695
,695
-694
b93
.692
,692
.692
1. C0l

1.000
-540
524
524
523
523
-522
523
524
1.000

1.000
,484
.444
.444
,441
e440
.440
e440
440
1 .ooo

1 000
-522
367
-368
a350
.344
.344
340
,338
1.000

604

604
,602
e602

e615

,602
,602

-616
-616
1.000

,603
1.000

n586
581
581
-580
e580

-580
-581
.583
.999

Upper-flap static-pressure r a t i o , p/p

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

t l ~ t , u= 1.008

x/xt, U
Pt

pt,+

1.000
1.967
2.973
2.939
3.940

4.b90

7
8
9

4.903
5.876
6.844

10

l.tid0

1
2
3
4

t.j

1.510
.999
-560
.257

-295
a171
.171
-171
e171
-171
1.002

1.570

1 000
-564
326
,335
,151

.151
,151
151
.l>l
leddl

1.630

1.691

.999
552
.339
.347

.999
,525
-346

.140

-217

-136
-138
137
135
1.001

.353
.122
,122

.122
.122

1.001

p-d

Y/(Wt/2)

0.250

0.500

0.750

.999
e643
a627
627
624
623
e623
0623
e623
1.000

1.000
646
e632
632
629
628
,628
e628
628
1.000

1.000
644
634
634
632
-631
e631
e631
631
1.000

0.875
.999
e648
638
639
,635
634
-634
e634
634
.999

0.950
0999
e643
e638
a638
636
e636

-636
e636
,636
1.000

1.322

1.389

1.000
1 000
-572
561
,248
e305
0 248
.305
~ 3 0 6 ,248
.248
0306
-306
-248
306
248
306
248
1.001
1.001

1.449
1.000
,549
e204
203

-203
.202
.202
.202
.201
1.001

TABLE IV.-

Continued

( i 1 Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p


t,j

Pt

1
2
3

4
5
6

7
8

9
10

Pt,jlPm

t ,u

t,u

Y / (Wt/2)

Y/(WtI2)

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

1.001

1.000
.517

1,000

.3ao

.379

a380
e378
.379
.378
,378
.379

e380

1 .ooo
521
365
366
0348
.345
.345
,344
8344
1.001

.999
524
383
a 39P
e224
e117
117
e117
117
la001

.999
528
492
a498
207
e157
154
095
096
la001

.999
527
,408
a413
258
179
180
0130
.081
1.002

2.973

e381

I.CO0
.517
,579

2.939
3.940
4.t90
4.403
5.876
6.644
1.000

e381

a380

,380
379
,379
* 379
.379
I. 000

,318

1.uoo
1.967

,534

.377
.377
,377
,377
1.001

1.090

929

.37a
.377
,377
.377
.378
1.000

0.875

.999
a531
e365
a 367
276
a205

206
e163
a127
1.001

0.950

.999
e525
0343
a347
-275
0214
0213

169
a140
1.000

TABLE IV.- Continued


( i 1 Concluded

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio,


P/Pt,j

y/(wt/2)

= 0.000

X/xt, I
Pt

Pt,j/P,

0.881

0.941

1
2

1.000
1.967

.998
840

1.000
,706

3
4
5
6
7

2.973
2.939
3.940
4.890

.838

.693
.e93
600

4.903

C
9

5.676

10

1.000

.037
.a37
.637
1.004

6.044

,030
-030
.e37

1.001

1.019

1.049

1.079

1.121

1.157

1.199

,998

1.000

e510
.502
-503

e390
e277
-277
,276
,276
e276
,276
e275
1.001

1.000
,466
e156
156
154
154
~154
153
e152
1.001

.999
468
166
166
166
165
165
e165
e164
1,001

1.000
,467
178
178
,178
177
,177
-177
177
1.000

.999
469
.188
.188
.188
-187
,188
e187
186
1.002

,999
469
,205
209
.202
.202
,202
.202
.202
1.001

.499

,686
-606

.497

.685
685
1.001

-496

.497
.495
1.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p


t,j
X/xt,I = 1.001

*-

-4

x/xt,, = 1.121

Y / (Wt 1 2 )

1.UJG

1.967
2.973
2.939
3.Y40

4
5
6
7

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

0.250

1.000
,540
-536
,536

1.001
e527

1.000

1.000
,523
e517
.517
-515

1.001
525
,519
,519
e516
,515
e515
-514
e514
1.001

1.000
408
,181
.181
.180
179
-179
179
,179
1.000

4.903
5.076

.534
.533
.533
.533

6.044

.533

10

1.000

1.001

4.890

Y/(Wt/2)

0.250

-521
-520
,520
-519
519
,518
.51d
.999

e528
.523

-523
-522
.521
-521
,520

e520
1.000

514
-514
a513
-513
1.000
e

0.500

.999
e410
,183
.184
.180
.182
-184

185
,185
1,000

0.750

0.875

1.000
e414
,189
e 190
.188
189
-189
e189
a187
1.000

1.000
.454
191
191
192
193
e193
193
192
1.001

0.950

.999
,443
.238
-244
.189
189
e189
,188
a187
.999

TABLE 1V.- C o n t i n u e d
(j) C o n f i g u r a t i o n V3(20)

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

t,j

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

x/xt ,u
pt

Pt,j/Pm

1
2

1.001
1.976

3
4
5
6
7

2.Yb7

3.932
4.093
5.807
1.000

0.888

0.924

0.966

1.008

1.051

1.087

1,129

1.190

1.001
.797
,796
.794
.793
e792
1.001

,999
e690
e694
e692
,692
,691
.999

,999
,514
,503
,500
,490
,496
1.000

.999
624
a617
e615
e615
,615
1.000

1.000

1.000
.585
e581
e580
a580
-582
1.000

.999
-540
524
e523
a 523
523
1.000

.999
481
e444
442
e441
-440
1.000

e612

,604
,602
602
e602
1.000

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

4-Y/(Wt/2)

1
2
3
4
5
6

Pt,j/PW

1.001
1.976
2.967
3.932
4.893
5.807
1.000

1.510

e998
,558
,172
e172

,172
.172
1.001

1.570
a999
,562

,294
e152
a152
a151
1.000

.999
0527
0368
-351
a344
e341
1.000

t,j
__t

o.ooo~-*
Y 1(Wt12)

X/Xt,U

pt

1.250

1.630

1.691

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

,998
,549
,317
e141
139
e137
1.001

.998
524
-330
.218
e123
-123
1.001

.998
a 642
e627
a623
623
e623
1.001

.999
,644
,632
a629
,628
628
1.000

.999
a 640
e633
a631
631
631
1.000

.999
647
e638
a635
e634
e634
1.000

.999
ab43
e638
a636
e636
a635
1.001

1.322

1.389

.999
.999
e570
e560
e306
a248
.e306
e248
-306 -249
-307
e248
1.001
1.001

1.449

.999
e548
8204
a203
e203
.202
1.001

TABLE IV.- Continued


(j) Continued

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

t,j

x/xt,u = 1.691

Pt

P,,jlP,

1
2
3
4
5
b
7

1.001
1.976
2.967
3.932
4.693

5.867

l.(ii)O

0.250
,999
.538
,382
380
3b0

330
1.000

0.500
,999

-5G7
e3b0

,378
,376
,376

1.000

0.750
.999
,492
.3S1
b379
.379

,300
1eOOG

0.875
.999
504
-382
e3bl
,381
-381

1.000

0.950
.999

507
0363
a382
.382
,381
1.000

0.250

0.500

.998
0523
331
b221
119
e119
1.001

999
533
414
b221
114
117
1.007.
b
b

0.750

b998
523
a

425

228
0159
127
1.001
b

0.875

998
523
b 384
e271
b

.zoo

161
1bC01

0.950

b998
518
a 351
-265

e213
173
la001

TABLE N.- Concluded

(j) Concluded
Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/ptYj
y/(wt/2)

= 0.000

L
7

X/xt ,1

PtYjlP,

0.881

0.941

1.000

1. O L O

,840

7L;b

1.301
1.976
2.967
3.932
4.843
5.8b7

l.CO(r

1.003

et
1
2
3
4
5

,838
.b37
.a36
e

836

692
667
666
e685
1.co1

1.001
,998
e309

1.019
,999
.393

e502

e277

,499

s276
e275
m 275
1.000

.497

.495
1 .ooo

1.049

1.079

1.121

1.157

1.199

.999
e464
e154
153
e152
152
1.000

.998
a465
a165
165
165
164
1.000

.999
a464
a178
e177
177
a176
1 0000

1.000
466
a188
e187
187
m187
1.002

,999
466
a 205
201
,202
202
1.001

.
.

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt

a X/xt,l = 1.001

-L

1
2
3
4
5

1.001
1.976
2.567
3.932

5,887
1.000

4.693

0.250

0.500

0.750

.999
.339
a535
,533
,532
532
1.OG0

1. G1;O

1.000
5 29
,525
,523
.522
,521
1 .QO1

e527

.5zz

.520
520
519
1,000

,j

f------------- x/xty1 = 1.121

0.875
.999
,520

a515
,513
,511
e511

1 .coo

-*

0.950

0.250

0.500

0.750

0.875

0.950

.999
e524
a518
.515
e 514
513
1.001

999
425
e181
.180
179
179
1.001

a998
0413
a183
183
8183
e183
1.000

999
e410
.188
187
w 186
186
1.001

0 999
a439
191
191
192
a 192
1.001

a999
a42 7
.228
.188
187
.187
1.000

TABLE V.-

COMPUTER PRINTOUT O F R A T I O O F INTERNAL S T A T I C PRESSURE TO JET TOTAL

PRESSURE FOR S I N G L E EXPANSION-RAMP

NOZZLES WITH REVERSER DEPLOYED

( a ) Configuration R1
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p

-4

y/(wt/2) =

oo.oo-*

4-,

yf (wtf2)

xfxt

XfXt,u
pt

2
3
4

5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

P,JPm

0.954

0.978

1.002

1.027

1.051

0.959

1.000
1.627
1.996
3.013
3.493
4.002
4.475
4.919
5.466
5.939
6.436
5.968
3.967
1.996
1.000

1.000
-803

1.000

1.000
,743
.681
,621
-630
-634
-632
.631
.630
-628

1,000
,796
-747
,694
-697
-698
-694
694
,691
-689
-690
-690
-698
,745
.999

1.002
,843
-805
-752

1,000
~860
,831
,797

-762

-760

e715

-704
,643
-636
-633

,711

-627

.708

-623
,619

,725
-719

-705
-704
704
704
,714
.763
1.000

-017
,617
-618
,632
-704
,999

.628

.629
-636
.679
,999

~ 7 4 2

.786
-780
-776
-772
a770
-768

,738
e733
.729
e726

,724
-724
-725

,769
e769

,777

.735

,032
1,001

-799
,999

0.983
,999
e846

e813
,770
a755

zfht

pt

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11

12
13
14
15

pt,,fpm

0.745

0.345

0.000

1.000
1.627
1.996
3.013
3.493
4.002
4.475
4.919
5.466
5.939
6.436
5.968
3.967
1.996
1.000

1.000
.785

1.001

1.000
.994
,992
.980
.966
,958
-955
,950
-950
.948
,947
.947
.957
-992
1.000

-741
,674
-639
629
e623
-619
~613
-613
-611
-611
-624
.745
1.001

.94e
.938
.909
,874
,862

,855
.e47
-842
,840
.e39
.838
.855
.943
1.001

-0.498

1.055

1.000
,831
.793

1.000
,832
,194
.742

1.001
.e41
,805
.757

,723

e738

$714
,707
-702
e 69@
-696
697
e697
.?lo
,794
.999

e729

,725
-716
-710
-705
,702
-700

e743
e738

e735

,733
-733
,733

700
e700
,714
e794
1.000

.744
,813
1.001

1.003
1.001
.999
.993
.988
.987
-986
,985
.985
.984
,983
.983
.987
,995
,999

_I
-0.996
.999
.989
.985
~976
-972
,968
,967
-966
-966
-965
,964
,965
-969
.985
1.000

-1.345
1.000
-996
,996
-991
,990
,989
,989
.989
,989
.988
,988
.988
e990
-996
1 .ooo

,I

,143

e748

-1.745
.998
-908
.E87
.a57
e841
,835
,830

827
e823
.820
,817
,820
-836
,887

.998

0.000

1.031

t,j

1.007

Blocker surface static-pressure ratio, p/p

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, pfp


t.j

t.j

,723
e718
e714
,712
-712
-713
.727
,807
1,001

TABLE V.-

Continued

(b) Configuration R2

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio,

4-,y/(wt/2)

0.000

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p t,j

PIP,, j
L

y/(w+./2)

x/xt ,u

Pt

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

11
12

13

PtyjIPm
1.000
1.906
2.484
2.981
3.488
3.986
4.473
4.957
5.468
5.947
3.966
1.991
e999

0.954
.999
a695
a 665
a657
e656
a651

e651
649
a648
e647
a654
e697
1.001

= O.OOO--~

xlxt, 1

1.002

1.027

1.051

0.959

0.983

1.007

1.031

1 a 002

e530

e521

a528
e 540
.615
1 .c02

s515
e528

1.000
a 720
662
e634
e629
e 619
m614
609
607
m605
e019
e719
1.000

1.001
.78@
.749
,731
a725
e719
a718
a716
e716
e714
a721
e701
1 moo1

1 .ooo

e532

1.000
a502
e525
.520
e 529
526
,524
e522

999
a722
e 671
e638
e627
610
a614
a610
e609
e607
619
m723
1 000

1.001
a722
e670
m630
a615
a603
e599
e594
.593
e590
e606
a723

0.978
.999
e613
e562
a546
e544
a537
e535

a582

1 002

659
598
565
590
.585
m581
578
e577
a 576
a

.5et

656
e999

e750
.710
e685

e677
a 669
e667
a665
a664
e662
s670
e750
le001

1.000

1.055
.999
a740
e689

e651
e634
a623
a618

e613

.tll
a608
a626
a743
1.001

TABLE V.-

Continued

(c) Configuration R3

.
Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, p/p,

,j

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, PIP, j


Y/(WLI2)
= 0.000 ___.__t
L

y/(w*/2) = 0.000
L

x/xt u

Xxt

Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Ptyj/Pm

0.954

0.978

1.002

1.027

1.051

0.959

0.983

1.007

1.031

1.055

la000

a999
a 834
a815
a 807
a 799
a 797
a795
a 793
a 793
a791
a 789
a790
a788
a 786
a787
m788
a787
a787
a 795
a 796
1.001

1 a004
a798
a772
a758
a746
a743
a742
a741
a739
a736
a735
a734
a733
a731
a731
a733
a731
a732
a740
a741
a995

1a005
a782
a753
a 739
a731
a739
a740
a745
a741
a 739
a740
a738
a741
a740

1 a005

1 a006
a 869

1 a000
a881
a869
a861
a852
a846
a843
a841
a841
a839
a837
a838

1.002
a857
a 840
a 829
a 817
a 808

1 a003
a857
aR38
a826
a813
aF04
a eo1
a 797
a796
a793
a791
.792
a789

1 a001
a663
a 845
a e34
aR22
a813
a ell
a @Ob
me05
a 801
a 799
a 709
a 797
a 794
a 795

a739
a738
a996

793
a 793
a995

a998
a870
a855
a846
e835
a825
aR23
a820
a819
a817
a815
a814
a813
a811
a811
a812
a 8 11
a811
a824
.e24
1.002

2.000

2.487
2.968
3.441
3.934
3.976
4.467
4.979
5.498
5.995
6.522
6.984
7.437
7.953
8.526
9.004
7.929
3.894
3.937
a999

82 8

a 806
a794
a 787
a 794
a 794
a 798

a795

a793

a85P

a843
a835
a835
a 834
a833
a832
a830
a 830

a830

830
a830
a994
a

a834
a835
a836
a835
a835
a842
a843

1 a000

R05

800
a 800
a 797
a 795
a796
a 793
a 790
a792
a792
a 791
791
a803
a 805
a999
a

a787
a788
a789
m788
a787
a798
a799
a998

795

a812

*e12
909

TABLE V.-

Continued

( d ) Configuration R4

4
x/xt
Pt

1
2

3
4
5

6
7
8

9
10

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, p/pt

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio, PIP,, j

y/(wt/2> = 0.000

,u

,j

x/xt, t

PtYj/P,

0.954

0.978

1.002

1.027

1.051

0.959

0.983

1.007

1.031

1.055

.999
le990
2.489
2.970
3.463
3.970
4.395
3.972
1.992
m999

1.001
e678
a650
e 646
e648
.646
e 644
646
e679

1.001
e584
e536
m527
.535
e533
a530
e533
e585

1.002
0535
500
,536
e568
e570
,566
.571
e535

1.002
647
e 587
.59P
623
m623
a620
e624
e647

1.002
e726
m6C1
a636
648
e645
w641
e644
e722
.999

1.002
a772
e739
a723
m71e
e715
0712
a715
e773
1.001

le001
.742
ab99
a676
e670
e665
e662
a665
.743
1.001

1.001
0716
.663
8631
e 620
a614
e 609
e614
a 717
1.000

1.001
m723
a669
e633
a620
e613
m607
a612
.724
1.000

1.@01
e744
e694
0659
me45
mC.38
m633
m638
e746
1.001

1moo0

1.ooo

1.ooo

1.ooo

TABLE V.-

Concluded

( e ) Configuration ~5
-.

Upper-flap static-pressure ratio,

J
y/(wt/2)

XIX

Pt

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

..-

PIP,, j

Lower-flap static-pressure ratio, PIP,, j

= 0.00
%
-

y/(wt/2) = 0.000

XIX

t,u

-*

t,l

Pt,j/P,

0.954

0.978

1.002

1.027

1.051

0.959

0.983

1.007

1.031

1.055

e999
1.991
2.482
2.990
3.999
4.475
4,987
5.470
5.974
5.950
be445
6.947
5.956
3.881
2.001
e999

1 e000
e 775
e 739
0719
e 704
e 700
e 698
e696
e 694
e 694
e693
e693
e695
e 708
.777

1.001
0721
e669
e637
e622
e616
e612
e610
eCO8
e608
-607
e606
e609
e626
a722
le001

1.002
0697
e641
e615
e621
e616
e613
e611
e 609
e610
e h09
e 609

1.001
762
e 716

1.000
e827
0795
0767
0738
e731
e72P
0724
e721
e721
e720
e719
e722
e741
e826
1.002

1.001
e 808
772
e740
704
697
0692
e688
e 684
e684
e682
e681
0686
709
e811
1.002

1.001
eF20
0786
0755
e719

e6t2
e 67P
e 761
1 eOC1

1,001
0843
e816
e795
0772
.76@
e765
e763
e761
e761
e760
e76C
e762
e775
eP44
1.002

1.001
e809

e61G
e 622
e696

le002
e817
e 779
e 744
e714
e 706
e701
e 696
e 693
e 692
e691
e691
e694
e715
e813
1.000

1e302

1 .GO1

6Pt

677
e671
0 666
e 663
e 660
ebb0
e658
e

e773
e741
e703
e695
e690
e685

0681
e681
0678
0678
e683
m707
eR09
le001

0711
0706
e700
e697
e696
e693
e693
e699
e724

e022
1.001

Sta. 0

Sta. 52.07

Sta. 104.47

Total-pressure

probes
Typical section in instrumentation section

Figure 1.-

sketch of air powered nacelle model with typical nozzle configuration installed.
All dimensions are in centimeters unless otherwise noted.

Figure 2. Photograph of single expansion-ramp nozzle mounted on air-powered


nacelle model. Configuration F6 shown with sidewall removed for clarity.

10.52

he,e =! 3.62

r4-

ht

1.58

Zf,l

10.59
(a) Configuration F1.

2.42

(Ae/+Ii

= 1.097;

2.36
I

~ = , 2.36
~

cm.

Figure 3.- Sketch of forward-f light (cruise) single expansion-ramp


nozzle configurations showing important dimensions. A l l dimensions
are in centimeters unless otherwise noted.

79

____

.f-

3.88

10.59 d<

-1

(b) Configurations F2 and F6.

-l

(Ae/At)i = 1.215;

Figure 3.- Continued.

80

f, 2

2.36

if,,

= 2.36 cm.

10.52

I!

-Zf,
( c ) Configuration F3.

(Ae/AtIi = 1.391;

2.36
= 2.36 cm.

Figure 3.- Continued.

81

Ill

Ill

7
/

10.59

+ -Zf,[

(d) Configuration F4.

(Ae/Atli = 1.091;

Figure 3.- Continued.

82

4.4O

1.09
If,,

= 1.09

cm.

2.5O

7.07

ht

2.58

4.5O

n
I
( e ) Configuration F5.

( A ~ / + ) ~ = 1.389;

Figure 3.-

If,I

= 4.01

cm.

Concluded.

83

F6.
Basic dimensions given in figure 3(b).

Configuration
VF1( -10)
VF1( -5)
VFl(0) o r F6
VFl(5)
VFl(10)
VFl(20)
VFZ(20)
V F3(20)

L
1

6"' deg

Tj;: g

20

2.5
-2.5
-7.5
-17.5

Baseline

3.47
3.47
3.44
3.31

* *

Cutback
Extended

Figure 4.- Sketch of vectored-flap single expansion-ramp nozzle


configurations showing important dimensions. A l l dimensions
are in centimeters unless otherwise noted.
84

10.52

___).

-zf. u

-Z

3
-a U

Note: Baseline configuration VU01 identical to configuration F6.


Basic dimensions given on figure Yb).
z

Configuration

v 1(-10)
v 1(0)
v 1(11)
v 1(20)
V2(20)
V3(20)

- 10
0
11

14.0
2.5
-8.5

-3.0
4.0
13.5

8.32

2.36
2.36
2.36

e. u

cm

2.65
1.20
-0.38
-1.62

7rI i

e,l* cm
-2.43
-2.68
-3.09
-3.61

Baseline

Cutback
Extended

Figure 5.- Sketch of vectored (upper and lower flaps) single expansion-ramp
nozzle configurations showing important dimensions. All dimensions are
in centimeters unless otherwise noted.
85

10.52

-4.98

t-3.77

-10.59-

-2.36

(a) Common dimensions for all reversed-thrust nozzle configurations.


Figure 6.- Sketch of reversed-thrust single expansion-ramp nozzle
configurations showing important dimensions. A l l dimensions are
in centimeters unless otherwise noted.

86

- .J I

A ~ ,

17.30 cm2

IT""

A P. u

6.23cm2

*I I

t . 5 5

2.23

4.78

J
l f t c 1.93

4k . 6 6

Configuration R2 (Aft blocker)

Configuration R3 Forward blocker)

P. u

11.75 cm2

1y
4

Ap,[

25.02 cm2

k l . 3 0

Configuration R1 IBaselinel

P. u

15.05 cm2

-4

k1.M

Configuration R4 (Raised blocker)

Configuration R5 (Lowered blocker)

(b) B l o c k e r position g e o m e t r y .
F i g u r e 6.-

Concluded.
87

CD
OJ

Sta. 104.47

y7

(a) Upper flap.


Figure 7.- Sketches showing typical nozzle internal static-pressure instrumentation.
A l l dimensions given in centimeters unless otherwise noted. Exact orifice
locations given for each configuration in table 11.

Sta. 104.47
I

7
Y

(b) Lower flap.


Figure 7

.- Continued.

( c ) Reverse-thrust blocker.

Figure 7

.- Concluded.

(Ae/AtIi = 1.097, (Ae/ArIe = 1.407, loweriflap length = 2.36cm

1 .oo

.56

F
Fi

.92

.88

.a4
1 .oo

5
"i

.96

11

(a) Configuration FI.


Figure 8 . - Variation of nozzle thrust ratio and discharge coefficient
with nozzle pressure ratio for single expansion-ramp nozzles. Flagged
symbols indicate data taken as nozzle pressure ratio was decreasing.
Dashed line indicates values of resultant thrust ratio Fr/Fi.
91

~~

(Ae/At)i = 1.215, (Ae/At)e = 1.510, lower-flap l e n g t h = 2 . 3 6 m


1., 00

96

F
-

92

Fi

88

84

1 .oo

.96

Pt, j/Pw
(b) Configuration F2.
Figure 8.-

92

Continued.

11

(A,/A

> .=

t l

1.391, (Ae/At>e= 1.665, lower-flap length = 2 . 3 6 ~ ~ 1

1.00

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.84

11

(c) Configuration F3.

Figure 8.- Continued.

93

(Ae/At)i = 1.091, (Ae/At)e = 1.476, lower-flap length = 1 . 0 9 ~ ~

1.00

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.84

1 .oo

.96

5
P t , j/Pm

( d ) Configuration F4.

Figure 8.-

94

Continued.

11

(Ae/At)i

1.389, (Ae/At)e = 1.558, lower-flap length

4.01~~

1.00

.96

i
U
1

.88

.84
i

1 .oo

5
W

i
.96

11

P t ,j/P,

(e) Configuration F5.


Figure 8.- Continued.

95

. . .. ..

(Ae/At)i

1.215, (Ae/At)e

1.510, lower-flap length

2.36~~1

1.00

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.E4
-..

1.00

.96

ti IIIIII II!
iiIIIllilii
IIIII/IIIil
ililIIIiIli
1

7
Pt,jlPm

( f ) Configuration F6.

Figure 8.-

96

Concluded.

11

.. ....

1.00

.96

.92

Fi

.88

.a4
1.oo

5
i

.96
1

11

( a ) Configuration v1(-10).
Figure 9.- V a r i a t i o n of n o z z l e t h r u s t r a t i o and d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t
with nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o f o r s i n g l e expansion-ramp nozzles u t i l i z i n g
s h o r t upper a f t f l a p f o r t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g . B a s e l i n e (6, = O o ) n o z z l e
Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a
shown a s c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6 i n f i g u r e 8( f)
taken as n o z z l e p r e s s u r e r a t i o w a s d e c r e a s i n g . Dashed l i n e i n d i c a t e s
v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o F,/F~.

97

I IIIIIII I 1 I

1.00

.96

F
Fi

.92

.88

.84

1 .oo

QC:

.7u

5
pt, j/Pw

(b) Configuration VF1( -5).

Figure 9.- Continued.

98

11

6V

1.00

5O

I1

ir

1/i

.96

Ili

.88

Ill
Ill
Ili
Ill
til
Ill

.84

Ill

.92

Fi

1 .oo

3
'i

/IlllI

IiiI IlilIlIl
9

11

Configuration VFI(5).
Figure 9.- Continued.

99

1.00

.96

F .92
Fi

.88

.84

1 .oo

.96

1m
1

( d ) Configuration VF1( 1 0 ) .
Figure 9.-

100

Continued.

11

I3
6" =

ZOO,

extended sidewall

=I

ZOO,

baseline sidewall

1 .a0

4
W.
.96
1

P t ,j'b

(e) Configurations VFl(201, VF2(20), and VF3(20).


Figure 9.-

Concluded.

11

1.00

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.84

1 .oo

5
wi
.96 1

( a ) Configuration V1(- 1 0 )

11

F i g u r e 10.- V a r i a t i o n of nozzle t h r u s t r a t i o and d i s c h a r g e c o e f f i c i e n t


with nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o f o r s i n g l e expansion-ramp n o z z l e s u t i l i z i n g
upper and lower f l a p s f o r t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g . B a s e l i n e (6, = 0 0 ) nozzle
shown as c o n f i g u r a t i o n F6 i n f i g u r e 8(f )
Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a
Dashed l i n e i n d i c a t e s
t a k e n as nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o was decreasing.
v a l u e s of r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o Fr/Fi.

102

11

1.00

R
R

.96

nB
nn
fl

F
.92
Fi

.88

.84

1 00
W

P
i
.96

11

P,,j/Pa
( b ) Configuration VI( 11).

Figure 10.- Continued.

103

'lP

V3(20)

v2 ( 2 0 )

r
3

7
5

F i g u r e 10

.- Concluded.

b locker

.92

.88

.80

.76
1

P t ,j / P

11

o3

(a) Configuration R1.

.-

Figure 1 1
Variation of nozzle thrust ratio and discharge coefficient
with nozzle pressure ratio for reversed-thrust single expansion-ramp
nozzles. Flagged symbols indicate data taken as nozzle pressure ratio
was decreasing. Dashed line indicates values of resultant thrust ratio
FJFi
105

A f t b lo cker

-.4

-.5

-.6

-.7
.96

.92

.58

.84

.80
1

Pt ,j / P

oo

( b ) Configuration R2.

Figure 11

106

.- Continued.

11

h
-.4

-.5

F
Fi

-.6

-.7

.80

.76

.72

.68

.64

11

Pt,j/Pco

(c) Configuration R 3 .
Figure 1 1

.- Continued.
107

ez21

Raised blocker

-.4

-.5

F
Fi
-.6

-.7
.96

.92

.88

.a4

^^

.8U

Pt, j / P

( d ) Configuration R4.
Figure 1 1

108

.- Continued.

11

Lowered blocker

-.4

-.5
F
-

Fi

-.6

-.7
.88

.84

!wk

.80

.76

-72

7
P t ,j / P

11

( e ) Configuration ~ 5 .

Figure 1 1

.- Concluded.
109

Conf.

(A,/Atli

F1

F2
F3
F4

1.091

F5

1.389

0
D

1.097
1.215
1.391

Zf,z,

cm az, deg

2.36
2.36
2.36
1.09
4.01

-3.0
4.0
13.5
4.5
4.0

Lower flap

U m e r f IaD

2) = 0.

.9

DO

5.

.8

.7

.6

.5
P'Pt, j
.4

.3

.2

.1

.8

1.0

1.2

1.4

x/xt,u

1.6

1.8

.8

1.0

1.2

1.4

x/xt, z

F i g u r e 12.- Effect of nozzle i n t e r n a l geometry on nozzle i n t e r n a l s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e


d i s t r i b u t i o n s . I s o l a t e d symbols with t i c k marks i n d i c a t e v a l u e s of p,/pt, j.

110

Configuration

Upper flap

y/(wt/2)

0 VFI(-IO)
0 VFU-5)
0 VFl(0)
VFl(5)
0 VFi(10)
0 VFl(20)

Pt,j/p,

0.0

5.92

Lower flap

.9

.8

.7

.6

.5

.4

.3

.2

.1

.8

1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

.8

xIxt, u

1.0

1.2

1.4

x'xt, z

( a ) Vectored upper-flap c o n f i g u r a t i o n s .

Figure 13.-

E f f e c t of t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g on n o z z l e i n t e r n a l s t a t i c - p r e s s u r e
distributions.
111

Configuration
y/(wt/2)

Vl(-lO)
0 vu01
0 vu111
n Vl(20)

p .lp,

0.0
=

5.95

t S J

Lower flap

Upper flap

.9

.8

.7

.6

.5
j

.4

.3

.2

.1

.8

1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

.8

xIxt, 1

u
( b ) Vectored upper- and lower-flap c o n f i g u r a t i o n s .

Figure 13.-

112

1.2

1.0

Concluded.

1.4

Configuration

SidewalI

vu201
V320)
v2(20)

Baseline
Extended
Cutback

Upper flap

Figure 14

.- Effect of

Lower flap

sidewall geometry on vectored-thrust nozzle internal static-pressure


distributions.

Configuration

0 R1

R2

0 R3
A R4
b

R5

Upper flap

Lower flap

.9
:

4.46

0.OOO

.8

.7

.6
Choke

.5
.9

1.0

1.1

.9

xlxt, u

1.0

1.1

xlxt, 1

Blocker

1.0

.9

.8

.7

.6
:hoke

.5

-2.0

-1.6

-1.2

-. 4

-.8

.4

.8

z l ht
Figure 15.- Effect of thrust reversing on nozzle internal static-pressure
distributions.
114

&I

Configuration

---

1.00

I
I

:
:
:
:

5
W

F2
SR4 ( f r o m ref. 19)

.96.:

11

y t , jpw

Figure 16.-

Comparison of d a t a from c u r r e n t i n v e s t i g a t i o n with d a t a from


r e f e r e n c e 19.

115

Conf.

---

F1
F2
F3

1.097
1.215
1.391

1.407
1.510
1.665

1.00

.96

.92

Fi

.88

.84

1.oo

Ii

If
P!
'i

fl

I1

ti

.96
1

11

P,,j/Pa
Figure 17.-

116

Effect of expansion ratio (lower-flap position) on cruise-nozzle


internal performance.

a c m

Conf.

0
0

F1
F2
F3

2'

1.097
1.215
1.391

1.407
1.510
1.665

-3.0
4.0
13.5

static

11

F i g u r e 18.- E f f e c t of expansion r a t i o ( l o w e r - f l a p p o s i t i o n ) on r e s u l t a n t
t h r u s t - v e c t o r a n g l e . Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a taken as n o z z l e
p r e s s u r e r a t i o w a s decreasing.
t f , , = 2.36 an.

117

Conf.

---

F4
F1

If ,I"#
1.09
2.36

1.476
1.407

1.oo

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.64

1. 00

96

11

P,,j/Pa
(a)
Figure 19

118

.- Effect of

(Ae/At)i = 1.1.

lower-f lap length on cruise-nozzle internal performance.

Conf.

i"

If,V*

F3
F5

2.36
4.01

1.665
1.558

1.00

.96

.92

.88

.84

Ill!!
Ill!!
nm
Ill!

!I////

///I//

111111

I!I!Il

1
:/P
(b)

03

( A , / A ~ ) ~= 1.39.

Figure 19.-

Concluded.

119

Conf.

~ ~ , ~ , (Ae/AtIe
c m

0 F4
fl F1

1.476
1.407

1.09
2.36

12

Illi
iiil
I Ill
Iiii
iiti

deg

4.4
-3.0

I1
'i

1
I

'static

-4

-8

-12

(a)

.-

(Ae/At)i

= 1.1.

F i g u r e 20
E f f e c t of lower-f lap l e n g t h on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a taken a s nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o was
decreasing.

120

11

Conf.

0 F3
F5

2.36
4.01

1.665
1.558

13.5
4.5

12

'static

-4

-8

- 12
1

Figure 20

11

.- Concluded.

12 1

Conf
~-

---

Sidewall
B a s el i n e
Cutback

F2
F6

1.00

.96

F
-

Fi
.92

.88

........................

1.00

5
W
i

11

Figure 21.- Effect of sidewall length on cruise-nozzle internal performance.


(Ae/At)e = 1.510.
(Ae/At)i = 1.215;

122

Conf.

Sidewall
Full
Cutback

12

6s t a t i c

-4

-8

- 12
3

11

F i g u r e 22.- E f f e c t of s i d e w a l l l e n g t h on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.
Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a taken as nozzle p r e s s u r e r a t i o was
(Ae/%)i
= 1.215;
(Ae/%)e
= 1.510;
i f , l = 2.36 cm.
decreasing.

123

Conf.
1.097
1.089
1.397

1.407

19
19

1.oc

.96

.92

F
-

Fi
.88

.84

.80.
1

11

Figure 23.- Comparison of single expansion-ramp nozzle internal performance


w i t h nonaxisymmetric convergent-divergent nozzle internal performance.

124

Conf.

gv, deg

- 10
-5
0
5
10
20
n

-0

.96

mi
-

11

Figure 24.- Effect of upper, aft-flap vectoring on nozzle internal performance.

125

Conf.

6v,deg

0 VF1(-10)
0 VF1(-5)

0
A

a,,,deg
12.5
7.5
2.5
-2.5
-7.5
-17.5

-10
-5
Wl(0)
0
VF'l(5)
5
VBl(10)
10
~ ~ 1 0 0 ) 20

16

12

'static

-4

-8

-12

- 16
1

11

Figure 25.- Effect of upper, a f t - f l a p vector angle on r e s u l t a n t


thrust-vector angle. Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e data taken a s
nozzle pressure r a t i o was decreasing.
126

Conf a

-10
0
11
20

1.oo

.96

F
-

.92

Fi

.88

.84

1.oo

Ilh
w
.96

Figure 26.-

11

E f f e c t of upper- and lower-flap v e c t o r i n g on nozzle i n t e r n a l


performance.

127

0
A

Conf.

bv,deg

V1(-10)
Vl(0)
Vl(11)
viizoj

-10
0
11
20
~~

static

11

Pt ,jpm

Figure 27.- E f f e c t of vectored upper and l o w e r f l a p s on


r e s u l t a n t thrust-vector angle. Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e
data taken a s nozzle pressure ratio was decreasing.

128

---

Conf.

Sidewall

VF3 (20)
vFl(20)
vF2 ( 2 0 )

Extended
Baseline
Cutback

Ill

I! I

/mI
iIll
Iil
I1
/I!II
Ill
1.oo

it ill //I/
w iili
IiM m

IIIil

.96

//[/

11

Upper, aft-flap thrust vectoring.


Figure 28.- Effect of sidewall geometry on vectored-nozzle internal performance.

129

Conf.

---

Sidewall

V3(20)

Extended

Vl(20)
v2(20)

Bas e l i n e
Cutback

1.00

.96

.92

Fi

.88

.84

1 .oo

.96

(b) U p p e r -

and l o w e r - f lap t h r u s t v e c t o r i n g .
F i g u r e 28.

130

Concluded.

11

0
0

0
A

Conf.

dv,deg

vFl(0)
VF3(20)
vFl(20)
VF2(20)

0
20
20
20

Sidewall
Baseline
Extended

Baseline
Cutback

20

16

12

st.a.t:i.C

-4

-8

-12
1

11

P,,j/Pm

( a ) Vectored upper-flap c o n f i g u r a t i o n s .

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Figure 29
E f f e c t of s i d e w a l l geometry on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r
a n g l e . Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e d a t a taken as nozzle p r e s s u r e
r a t i o w a s decreasing.
t

131

Conf.

0
A

Vl(0)
V3(20)
Vl(20)
Vz(20)

Gy,deg

Sidewall

0
20
20
20

Baseline
Extended
Baseline
Cutback

24

20

16

12

static

-4

-a

-12

Pt ,jp(b) Vectored upper- and lower-flap c o n f i g u r a t i o n s .


Figure 29
132

.- Concluded.

11

---

Vectored upper, a f t f l a p
Vectored upper and lower f l a p s
B a s e l i n e (unvectored)

-loo

1.oo

F
6

Fi

= 20
n

1.00

.96

.92

.88

11

p t , j /pa
(a) T h r u s t r a t i o .
F i g u r e 30.-

E f f e c t of vectored-thrust

concept on n o z z l e t h r u s t r a t i o .

133

---

Vectored upper, a f t f l a p
Vectored upper and lower flaps
B a s e l i n e (unvectored)

-loo

1.00

.96

.92

.88

= 20

1.00
Vi(0)

.96

.92

.88

5
p t , jpw

(b) R e s u l t a n t t h r u s t r a t i o .
Figure 3 0
134

.- Concluded.

11

Vectored upper, a f t f l a p
upper and l o w e r f l a p s
(unvectored)

--- V e c t o r e d
-Baseline
24

20

16

12

'static

-a

-12

-16

L"

11

p t , j 1%

Figure 3 1 . -

E f f e c t of vectored-thrust concept on r e s u l t a n t
thrust-vector angle.

135

Configuration

VF1
v1

- 10

Vectored flaps
Upper aft
Upper and lower

'static

- 10

F i g u r e 32.-

10

20

10

20

-10

E f f e c t of t h r u s t - v e c t o r i n g concept on r e s u l t a n t t h r u s t - v e c t o r angle.

10

20

-o--- Fixed flap

-4- - Programmed flap

'Y

11

Pt, j/Pm

Figure 33.-

-"

Pt, j/Pm

E f f e c t of programmed vector f l a p on vector angles and i n t e r n a l performance.


(upper a f t - f l a p v e c t o r i n g ) .
Configuration VF1

11

--Fixed

flap

-- El--

Programmed f l a p

5
(b) F/FI.

F i g u r e 33

.- Concluded.

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------_

Conf.

Blocker p o s i t i o n

R1

Baseline
Aft

R2

Forward
Raised
Lowered

R3
R4
R5
n

F
-

Fi

1 .oo

.90

lle

.80

.70

.60
1

11

Figure 34.- Effect of exhaust-flow blocker position on


reversed-thrust nozzle internal performance.

139

Conf.

Blocker p o s i t i o n

B a s el i n e
Aft
Fo mar d
Raised
Lowered

.1

,.1

3
N
Fi

.2

.3

.4

11

Figure 35.- Effect of exhaust-flow blocker position on measured normal


force. Flagged symbols i n d i c a t e data taken as nozzle pressure r a t i o
was decreasing.

140

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1. Report No.

NASA TP-1962

4. Title and Subtitle

2. Government Accession No.

3. Recipients Catalog No.

5. Report Date

March 1982
STATIC INTERNAL PERFORMANCE GF SINGLE EXPANSION-RAMP
NOZZLES WITH THRUST VECTORING AND REVERSING
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505-32-13-01
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Richard J. Re and Bobby L. Berrier
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Hampton, VA 23665
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16. Abstract

investigation has been conducted at static conditions (wind-off) in the statictest facility of the Langley 16-Foot Transonic Tunnel. The effects of geometric
design parameters on the internal performance of nonaxisymmetric single expansionramp nozzles were investigated at nozzle pressure ratios up to approximately 10.
Forward-flight (cruise), vectored-thrust, and reversed-thrust nozzle operating modes
were investigated.
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18. Distribution Statement

Nonaxisymmetric nozzles
Internal performance
Single expansion-ramp nozzles
Thrust vectoring
Thrust reversing
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