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In the review of Joslin [4], it is also noticed that the uniform wall suction is not only a tool for laminar flow control but can also be used to damped out already existing turbulence.
This will help implement the laminar flow control technology currently investigated by Clean Sky Joint Undertaking.
Baer-Riedhart began working with NASA in 1974 and has since worked on the F-18 High Angle-of-attack Research Vehicle program, the Optical Air Data System project, the Joined Wing Research Aircraft, the F-14 Variable Sweep Transition flight experiment, the JetStar Laminar Flow Control program, the F-15 Highly Integrated Digital Electronic Control program and the F-11 Transonic Aircraft Technology program.