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Old   December 5, 2014, 21:44
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I was just wondering if anyone knows of a simple stall model (without calculating the boundary layer) that can be implemented in an unsteady vortex lattice method to compensate for a stalled section of the wing, or propeller blade.

Without increasing the computational efficiency, the only thing that springs to mind is a proportional drop in the overall chordwise circulation for a spanwise segment where the angle of attack exceeds the estimated stall angle.

If anyone has a better approach or reference to one thats already been published it would be greatly appreciated.

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stall, unsteady, unsteady ; rotating, vlm

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