NACA2415


Direct link: NACA2415
Info | DAT and DXF files | Shape | Venkataraman Fit | Applications (43) | Similarly shaped airfoils
Plain Flapped Shapes: 25% flap chord | 30% flap chord | 35% flap chord | 40% flap chord
Basic Data: cl vs α | cd vs α | cm vs α | cl/cd vs α | cd vs cl | cl/cd vs cl | cl vs cd | cm vs cl | Curve fits | Lift curve slopes
Data source comparison (Codes, CFD, Wind tunnel)
Compressibility Effects: cl vs α | cd vs α | cm vs α | cl/cd vs α | cd vs cl | cl/cd vs cl | cl vs cd | cm vs cl
Roughness Effects: cl vs α | cd vs α | cm vs α | cl/cd vs α | cd vs cl | cl/cd vs cl | cl vs cd | cm vs cl
Plain Flap Effects: cl,max vs flap deflection: all flap chords | 25% flap chord | 30% flap chord | 35% flap chord | 40% flap chord
Plain Flap Effects: cl vs α for various flap deflections: 25% flap chord | 30% flap chord | 35% flap chord | 40% flap chord
Plain Flap Effects: cm vs α for various flap deflections: 25% flap chord | 30% flap chord | 35% flap chord | 40% flap chord
Plain Flap Effects: cd vs α for various flap deflections: 25% flap chord | 30% flap chord | 35% flap chord | 40% flap chord

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NACA2415
Family: NACA 4-digit
Max thickness: 14.9% at x = 29.94% chord
Max camber: 1.7% at x = 40.62% chord
Available data sources:
JavaFoil+Calcfoil stall+Eppler ext transition
Wind Tunnel (UIUC Low-Speed Airfoil Test Program, Vol 2)
Wind Tunnel (NACA-TR-824)
AeroFoil

Notes:


Coordinates generated by JavaFoil
Wind tunnel data from NACA TR-824 as digitized by Gregory P.D. Siemens in 1994 at the University of Saskatchewan.
The digitized TR-824 data has been processed and interpolated to generate all the plots and can not be guaranteed to be an exact match to the TR-824 plots.
Wind tunnel data from the UIUC Low-Speed Airfoil Test Program.
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