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I am required to search the internet to find out what the theoretical value of the lift slope (dcl/dalpha) is for thin airfoils.

Cl is the lift coefficient and alpha is the angle of attack of the airfoil. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks for your time.

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# Aerospace Theoretical lift slope for thin airfoils

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