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31st Aerospace Sciences Meeting
The effects of airframe icing on the stability and control characteristics of the NASA DH-6 Twin Otter icing research aircraft were investigated by flight test. The flight program was developed to obtain the stability and control parameters of the DH-6 in a baseline ("united") configuration and an "artificially iced" configuration for specified thrust conditions. Stability and control parameter identification maneuvers were performed over a wide range of angles of attack for wing flapsdoi:10.2514/6.1993-398 fatcat:qplpuuauyncgnd3nujodj3twjq