# What is the thickness ratio of NACA 23012?

## What is the thickness ratio of NACA 23012?

NACA 23012 12% – NACA 23012 airfoil Max thickness 12% at 29.8% chord.

**At what angle does the naca0012 airfoil stall at?**

From the literature the stall angle occurs between 10o and 16o. For each angle of attack, contours of static pressure and velocity magnitude are obtained along with lift and drag forces on the airfoil.

**What is the zero lift angle of attack AOA for a NACA 4412 airfoil?**

0° to 12°

The coefficient of Lift and drag is calculated for this NACA 4412 series for the angle of attack 0° to 12°. The coefficient of Lift/Drag ratio increases with increase in Angle of attack up to 8°. After 8°, Lift/Drag ratio decreases with increase in Angle of attack.

### How do you read a 5 digit NACA?

NACA Five-Digit Series: The first digit, when multiplied by 3/2, yields the design lift coefficient (cl) in tenths. The next two digits, when divided by 2, give the position of the maximum camber (p) in tenths of chord. The final two digits again indicate the maximum thickness (t) in percentage of chord.

**What are the lift characteristics of the NACA 0012 airfoil?**

NACA 0012 Lift Characteristics. I found experimental data for the NACA 0012 airfoil at a Reynolds number of 179,000. According to this data, stall occurred at an angle of attack of 10° and the lift coefficient at this angle was 0.7065. I have used the Airfoilsim applet and obtained different results.

**What is the drag coefficient of NACA 0012?**

NACA 0012 drag coefficient at a Reynolds number of 179,000. Whereas the airfoil stalled at 16° at a Reynolds number of 3 million, XFOIL now predicts stall will occur at about 11° and Javafoil indicates a stall angle of only 9°.

## Are there any experimental data for the NACA 0012?

The only experimental data for the NACA 0012 airfoil that I have seen is contained in the classic book Theory of Wing Sections by Abbott and Von Doenhoff. However, this data is at much higher Reynolds numbers of 3 to 9 million.

**How to write aerodynamics of a 2D airfoil NACA 23012?**

Aerodynamics of a 2D airfoil NACA 23012 contains 4 modules, for geometry description, meshing, solving and post-processing. They are both free software. Secondly, it is necessary to create two gedit sheets. The \\frst is going to be named foilgmsh.m and contains the code shown in the Appendix, Chapter A.