spectral intensity reductions are achievable on the
for all angles of attack, with more than a 60% reduction at the most intense
is only a limited region on the wing surface where
at a single location remain effective with increases in AOA and freestream
tail buffet is shown to be driven by the small amplitude, narrow-band fluctuating
nature of the flow field and not by intense broad-band turbulence.
are effective in reducing narrow-band fluctuations.
F-15 Tail Buffet Alleviation
Frequency Scaling: Linear
Peak Frequency/Velocity Slopes: Models
Peak Frequency Data: Surface
Fence Tests: Reduction
in Spectral Intensity:
Over all Angles: Comparison
with Flight Tests: Summary:
F-15 Wind Tunnel Tests:
prediction of excitation frequencies from small-scale, low speed tests
is presented for three fighter aircraft configurations along with four
delta wing models.