Questions tagged [canard]

Smaller surfaces placed near the front of an airplane which provide lift and control forces

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First Boeing 757-200 N757A 'Catfish' was modified with a Canard foreplane. How did it behave?

The aircraft had these changes made around 2006 to act as an F-22 Avionics test bed. One would expect that the fore plane changed many performances of machine, including take off and landing attitude ...
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Is some sweep beneficial with taper?

I'm developing a canard glider which requires some taper for the canard to stall first. I understand that sweep is typically only for aircraft in a compressible airflow (M >= 0.3), but is there any ...
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Why do we use the length of the canard as 1/3 of the wing?

Twisted canard is our project, so we are designing and analysing the model. We compare the twisted canard with an untwisted canard to find the best among them. The problem is we designed a canard of ...