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NacaFoil

Matlab based GUI to plot and generate data points for NACA airfoils.

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The standalone GUI plots and generates data points for four and five digit NACA Foils. Data points can be extracted as text, DAT or AUTO-CAD script files for convenient CAD modelling of 2D wing sections.

Features of the program include the ability to specify cosine or linear spacing of data points, specifying reflex to the airfoil and choosing the trailing edge to be either open or closed.

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Features

  • Easy Visualization of Airfoil Sections
  • Convenient Generation of Data Point Files

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User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

MATLAB

Registered

2013-04-24

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