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Airfoil Speakers now has full support for receiving audio from iOS 6, including metadata support. An Airfoil Video Player crash on Mac OS X 10.8.2 has been fixed. The Instant On component has been updated to version 6.0.2, fixing several small issues. An issue which caused a discolored stripe at the bottom of Airfoil's main window has been fixed. Airfoil now has an improved software update process, with automatic downloads and install on quit (based off a newer version of Sparkle). Audio from the WebKit application can now be captured on Mac OS X 10.8. The Welcome Windows for Airfoil, Airfoil Speakers, and Airfoil Video Player have been removed and replaced with manual pages. Airfoil Video Player now provides a more informative error when the computer is missing a DVD drive. Several other small bug fixes have been made. Good on you for reading the release notes!
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Viscous (or inviscid) analysis of an existing airfoil, allowing forced or free transition transitional separation bubbles limited trailing edge separation lift and drag predictions just beyond CLmax Karman-Tsien compressibility correction fixed or varying Reynolds and/or Mach numbers Airfoil design and redesign by interactive modification of surface speed distributions, in two methods: Full-Inverse method, based on a complex-mapping formulation Mixed-Inverse method, an extension of XFOIL's basic panel method Airfoil redesign by interactive modification of geometric parameters such as max thickness and camber, highpoint position LE radius, TE thickness camber line via geometry specification camber line via loading change specification flap deflection explicit contour geometry (via screen cursor) Blending of airfoils Writing and reading of airfoil coordinates and polar save files Plotting of geometry, pressure distributions, and multiple polars Release Conditions XFOIL is released under the GNU General Public License. By downloading the software you agree to abide by the GPL conditions. The most important conditions are: You may copy, modify and redistribute XFOIL or its modifications freely. Any such redistributions must be done under the terms of the GPL, else the permission is withdrawn.AnnouncementsAn Xfoil electronic bulletin board has been created at YahooGroups. The intent is to exchange information on Xfoil and other aero software. A Norwegian translation of this webpage has been createdby NTNU studentsSoftwarexfoil6.97.tar.gz (3972497 bytes) Xfoil 6.97 for Unix and Win32.Xfoil for Mac-OSX An independent 3rd-party build.Also at xfoil6.99.tgz (4515991 bytes) Xfoil 6.99 for Unix and Win32. Gzipped directory tar image. All source code, Orr-Sommerfeld database, plain text version of User Guide, sample Xfoil session inputs. Requires Fortran 77, C compilers, windowing support. XFOIL6.99.zip (3813300 bytes) Xfoil 6.99 for Windows.xfoilP3.zip (508267 bytes) Xfoil 6.94 executable for Win32, optimized for Pentium 3. xfoilP4.zip (531947 bytes) Xfoil 6.94 executable for Win32, optimized for Pentium 4. Pplot.zip (289812 bytes) Pplot executable for Win32 (optional separate polar save-file plotter). Pxplot.zip (281493 bytes) Pxplot executable for Win32 (optional separate polar dump-file plotter). Note: The source code for Xfoil itself is the same for Unix and Win32. The plot library directory (plotlib) has a separate win32 subdirectory. See all the README files for more info. Win32 Notes: Interaction with Win32 XFOIL is through a DOS-type text console window. Some of Microsoft's Win32 OS'es (Win95/98/ME) have limitations on # of lines in a console window and cannot fully display XFOIL menus or output. Win95/98/ME also have other shortcomings with regard to resource usage and stability although XFOIL runs under these OS'es.Windows NT, Win2000 and Windows XP are the recommended Win32 platforms. Win32 Exe Notes: The executables for Win32 were compiled using the Intel Fortran Compiler 5.01-15 and Visual C++6.0. The Intel compiler (thanks to Tom Clarkson at Intel) was used to optimize executables for P3 and P4 Pentium architectures. The XFOIL executables should run on any Win32 Pentium-class machine as compiler options were used to include both optimized code and generic Pentium or AMD processor code for portability. Documentsxfoil_doc.txt (78602 bytes). User Guide in plain text.dataflow.pdf (11261 bytes). Data flow diagram.sessions.txt Sample Xfoil session inputs. version_notes.txt Summary of changes made for recent Xfoil versions.
All aircraft developers struggle to make airfoils for wings, tails, or propellers. A manually created spline will not guarantee the precision of the shape. Airfoils are represented as a set of X and Y coordinates in the DAT files. These coordinates should be multiplied on the wing chord to get real X and Y coordinates of all points.
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When you unzip the Airfoil file you downloaded to your Mac, you will notice that it includes two different apps: Airfoil and Airfoil Speakers. The Airfoil app is used to transmit the audio, while the Airfoil Speaker app is used to turn your device into a receiver.
Just download and install the application on any one of your devices (or all of them!) and you can subsequently use Airfoil to play audio on it. If you plug that device in, you'll get an Airplay-enabled sound system.
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