Aileron sizing


by pegus
Tags: aero model, aerospace, aileron, aileron or surface, plane, sizing, wing design
pegus
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Feb11-14, 01:36 AM
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Good day everyone, I was designning the wing for a school project and I wonder if there is any equation for defining the aileron size. I am designing a straight rectangular wing. I just found on other forums that the aileron's lenght should be 0.25 of the wingspan and the aileron chord should be 0.25 of the wing mean chord.
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Aero_UoP
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Feb13-14, 02:30 PM
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Raymer's Aircraft design; A conceptual approach and Anderson's Aircraft performance and design have lots of information.
HowlerMonkey
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Feb15-14, 04:31 PM
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I'm sure comparing a bunch of wings will eventually yield a value you could use but the speed it is designed to operate might factor in.


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