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Old   August 26, 2005, 11:45
Default Modeling Aircraft-Inlet-Wing interface
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Dear Sirs/Madams

I am currently doing to preparation work for starting meshing a configuration similar in to the F-5 Fighter i.e. Fuselage, Intakes mounted above the wing, flush to the fuselage (Y-duct inlets), and a high aspect wing sticking out the side.

Its a rough description - I know, but picture a F5 Fighter, and you got the idea.

Could you please point me to relevant resources?

Thanks for your time, Regards Riaan
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