A program was conducted to assess materials and develop fabrication techniques for use in the manufacture of wing surface materials compatible with the application of laminar flow control to subsonic transport aircraft. Materials investigated included both aluminum alloys and nonmetallic composites. The concepts investigated included perforations and slots in the metallic test panels and microporosity and perforations in the composite test panels. (Author, modified).
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