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Summary
of
Low Speed
Airfoil
Data
MichaelS.
Selig
James
J.
Guglielmo
Andy
P.
Broeren
and Philippe
Giguere
Volume
 
Summary
of
Low Speed
Airfoil
Data
Volume
 
 bout the uthors
DR.
MICHAEL
S.
SELIG
an
accomplished applied aerodynamicist
and
airfoil designer, is
an
Assistant Professor
of
Aeronautical
and
Astronautical Engineering
at
the
University of Illinois
at
Urbana-Champaign. He received his B.S. (1984) from
the
University of Illinois, his M.S.E. (1988) from
Princeton
University
and
his
Ph.D.
(1992) from
the
Pennsylvania
State
University. His current research areas include low Reynolds
number
airfoil aerodynamics, multi-point inverse design
of
slot suction airfoils, horizontal-axis wind-turbine
system
design
and
analysis,
and
flight simulation. He teaches courses in applied aerodynamics
and
aircraft design.
JAMES
J.
GUGLIELMO
received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical
and
Astro
nautical
Engineering from
the
University of Illinois
at
Urbana-Champaign
in
May 1992. Remaining
at
the
University of Illinois for
graduate
studies, his research
has
included such topics as experimental supersonic
and
subsonic wind-tunnel testing, Magnetic Levitation (MagLev) vehicle design,
and the
conceptual design of a wing-in-ground-effect aircraft. Mr. Guglielmo is also
the
co-founder
and
present coordinator of
the
UIUC Low-Speed Airfoil Tests
and
is working toward a Master
of
Science degree
in
experimental low Reynolds
number
airfoil aerodynamics. Research interests include applied aerodynamics, flight mechanics,
and
aircraft
conceptual/
advanced design.
ANDY
P.
BROEREN
received his Bachelor of Science degree
in
Mechanical Engineering from
the
Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
in
1993. Several
months
after beginning
graduate study in
mechanical engineering
at
the
University
of
Illinois,
he
joined Prof. Selig
and
Mr. Guglielmo
in
their efforts
to
establish a
program
for testing low Reynolds
number
airfoils.
In
addition
to continuing work in this area, Mr. Broeren is presently working toward a
Master
of Science degree
with
thesis research
in
unsteady
fluid mechanics. His interest
in
aerodynamics, particularly involving high-lift, low Reynolds
number
airfoil research, results from several years of
participation
in the
Society
of
Automotive Engineer s (S.A.E.) Aero-Design competition. PHILIPPE
GIGUERE
received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from McGill University, Montreal,
Canada
in 1992
and
his
Master
of Science degree from Universite Laval, Quebec,
Canada in
1994. Shortly after receiving his
Master s
degree, he joined
the Department
of Aeronautical
and
Astronautical Engineering
at
the
University of Illinois
at
Urbana-Champaign. He
is
currently working toward a
Ph.D.
degree
with
research
in
optimization
of wind
turbine
rotors, wind-tunnel boundary-layer corrections
and
airfoil performance enhancement. His experience
with
R/C
model airplanes comes from his participation
in the
Society of Automotive Engineer s (S.A.E.) Aero-Design competition from 1991-1994. He also flies full-scale gliders.

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