MID 118


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Info | DAT and DXF files | Shape | Venkataraman Fit | Applications (0) | 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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MID 118
Family: Midic
Max thickness: 7.5% at x = 16.99% chord
Max camber: 6.9% at x = 49.89% chord
Available data sources:
JavaFoil+Calcfoil stall+Eppler ext transition

Notes:


Coordinates from TraCFoil.
Commercial use of the airfoil may be restricted by the designer's copyright.
Airfoil Mid 118 was basicaly designed for F1B class of rubber
powered flying model to FAI propositions, and in this application
wing with this airfoil need to have only upper turbulator as a
trip-top on 30% of cord.

Thickness of Mid 118 airfoil is 7.5%c, camber is 6.8%c, LE radius
is 0.85%c