MSES software code aids in the analysis and design for high lift multielement airfoil configurations. It can be used to:
- predict lift and drag of multielement or single element airfoils
- predict local flow features such as boundary layer separation & transistion
- investigate effects of geometery changes.
MSES is a colection of intialization, solution, and graphics programs all accessing a common data file. It is written in FORTRAN under DEC Ultrix, and currently drives Tektronix or X Window System graphics.
Commercial and academic use licenses are available.
Use of MIT end-use software requires a license. Licenses, including academic and research licenses, are typically between MIT and your company, university or institution, and not you (or a faculty member) individually. You can obtain a license for your company or institution from MIT's Technology Licensing Office. Please contact the Licensing Officer for a quotation.