burble point


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burble point

[′bər·bəl ‚pȯint]
(fluid mechanics)
A point reached in an increasing angle of attack at which burble begins. Also known as burble angle.
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burble point

burble point
i. A point reached in an increasing angle of attack at which burble begins. Also called a burble angle. See also burble.
ii. The Mach number at which a subsonic wing first suffers a sudden separation of airflow resulting from a shock-wave formation. Also called a compressibility burble.
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