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A way to use XFOIL for airfoil analysis with MATLAB. Utilizes Perl to provide a pty to interface with XFOIL and to parse results to send back to MATLAB. "MatPerlXFOIL: Half MATLAB, Half Perl. Half XFOIL. EXELSIOR!"

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  • Allows MATLAB to interface with XFOIL, making data collection easy
  • MATLAB function frontend allows users to write wrappers to quickly iterate over several flow regimes (Mach and Reynolds numbers) and airfoil profiles, NACA or user-provided
  • Compatible with all *NIX and Windows (via Cygwin)


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