Airflow-hugging aircraft tail design may save fuel

11/15/2013 | AviationWeek.com

Active flow, a design that delays airflow separation on aircraft surfaces during deflection, is showing promise in wind-tunnel tests by NASA and Boeing, according to this article. The design could mean smaller vertical tails for airliners, increasing efficiency and lowering fuel costs.

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