BWB In-House Correspondence


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aero.stanford.edu. (4/27/95)
I have some new data on the current BWB configuration that I will be passing along soon. This page will be getting more active in a couple of weeks, so check it out.


aero.stanford.edu. (3/29/95)
Anyone know how to read IGES files? I have a BWB IGES file from MDC that I would like to translate into someting else. -- IK


aero.stanford.edu.: By the way the BWB page at Langley has some pretty pictures and is updated regularly. The public page is: here and the team-only version requires a password that you can get from j.chu@larc.nasa.gov.

The password protected pages don't have much yet, but you might check with Julio anyway.


aa-fastpath-3-dynamic-112.stanford.edu.: The more one thinks about generic, the harder it gets. More detailed comments to follow next week! Peter


aero.stanford.edu.: 3-24-95 I talked with Liebeck and other today about Bill Watson's model of the BWB. We will try to define some airfoil sections that are appropriate for a 6 ft model very soon.

I will also be going to Douglas on 4-5 to talk more about MDO. David, I will be getting in touch with you about geometry translation soon. Peter, any more thoughts on PASS? I am still not sure how generic or specific we should be. -- Ilan


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