lower camber

lower camber

lower camber
The curvature of the lower surface of an airfoil. Also called a negative camber.
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As mentioned before, the problem with this method is that the shape of the new airfoil has a larger thickness and a lower camber.
Maximum lift coefficient and stall angle of attack increases are the result of an overlap effect between opposite effects: trailing edge thickness increases both, but airfoil thickness and lower camber decrease them both.