Thanks Again! Used my office with big computer monitors so I could blow up my plans copy to "really-really large" and scroll across inch-by inch, bottom and top. There was only (4) cells I highlighted in yellow and re-typed to what I think it said. I believe the "x.xx" last digit was only thing I saw different... really comparing how were 6's, 8's, "9 vs. 4's" etc. written elsewhere for comparison... those coordinated were tough to read even blown up. Hopefully this attaches rightI got excited and did the first phase for you, someone can please check my numbers, before I go on to create the DAT file.
A few issues I found:
1: The LE is not on the reference line, this can be rectified in XFLR5 with the Normalize and De-rotate features later in the process.
2: Where the tape is at the TE the station lengths are not the same, so it has been taped incorrectly.
3: The tape covers some of the measurements, I used a bit of math to solve for those missing points, using the slopes and intercept method(Overkill for this example, its more useful when the X axis values are to 6 decimal places and not equidistant, but I use it for all straight line interpolations as a rule)
Most of the other numbers are fairly readable, but it does not mean I have misread or mistyped 1 or 2, SO PLEASE CHECK!
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