Despite the fact that Wing 2 has an alternate Reynolds number at various focuses over its wing, the normal Reynolds number over the whole wing is 300,000. In the wake of gathering the majority of this information, the subsequent stage was to look at theanalysis of Wing 1 versus the CLARKY airfoil. Taking a gander at the Cl/Cd vs. Alpha chart to begin with, both the airfoil and the wing achieve their best execution when Alpha equivalents around 3°. Wing 1's graphs seem to have no information after around 15°, implying that the airfoil starts to slow down. Therefore, the lift slant forecasts and XFLR5 information seem comparative, both are expanding till the slow down point is come to. The main two graphs that have comparable shapes are the Cl/Cd vs. Alpha and the Cd vs. Alpha graphs. Despite the fact that the Cl/Cd chart of the airfoil begins altogether higher than that of the wing, this is because
of a smaller drag coefficient. The smaller drag coefficient could be the aftereffect of a blunder inthe count of the Reynolds number or in light of the fact that XFLR5 takes the whole drag coefficient of the wing. Concentrating on the chart, the Cm vs. Alpha diagram of the airfoil
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