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Mark I Goldhammer, Karel A Schippers: Wing/winglet configurations and methods for aircraft. The Boeing Company, Hughes & Multer, January 4, 1994: US05275358 (42 worldwide citation)

A wing/winglet configuration, which basically comprises: (a) a wing having upper and lower wing surfaces, a wing leading edge, a wing trailing edge, and a wing tip; and (b) a winglet having upper and lower winglet surfaces, a winglet leading edge, a winglet trailing edge, and a winglet tip, where th ...


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Mark I Goldhammer: Nacelle and wing assembly. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, March 28, 1989: US04815680 (12 worldwide citation)

A nacelle wing combination wherein said nacelle can be mounted below the wing and positioned closely to the wing, without creating excessive nacelle induced drag. The wing is contoured so that peak low pressures below the wing occur near the mid chordwise location at the lower surface of the wing. T ...


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Mark I Goldhammer, Armand Sigalla: Tapered thickness-chord ratio wing. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, September 16, 1986: US04611773 (6 worldwide citation)

A swept wing for jet transports having a thickness-chord length (t/c) ratio that continuously decreases (i.e., tapers) from the wing root to the wing tip is disclosed. The tapered t/c ratio wing has reduced weight and improved overall efficiency when compared to conventional, constant t/c ratio wing ...


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Edward A Whalen, Mark I Goldhammer: Active flow control on a vertical stabilizer and rudder. The Boeing Company, Baldauff IP, Michael J Baldauff Jr, July 28, 2015: US09090326 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods described herein provide for the control of airflow over a vertical control surface of an aircraft to enhance the forces produced by the surface. According to one aspect of the disclosure provided herein, the vertical control surface of the aircraft is engaged by active flow cont ...


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Edward A Whalen, Mark I Goldhammer: Active Flow Control on a Vertical Stabilizer and Rudder. April 19, 2012: US20120091266-A1

Systems and methods described herein provide for the control of airflow over a vertical control surface of an aircraft to enhance the forces produced by the surface. According to one aspect of the disclosure provided herein, the vertical control surface of the aircraft is engaged by active flow cont ...