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Gulfstream, in cooperation with Grumman, began work on the Gulfstream IV as an overhauled, elongated hull derivate of the Gulfstream III in March 1983. Choosing to re-engineer the airfoil design to further lighten aircraft offered the possibility of aerodynamically redesigning the airfoil to further improve travel resistance and extend cruising outreach.
Changes to the outline of the wings had to be limited to the front 65% of the wings tendon, so that no new design of the rudder areas was necessary. A change in the inner part of the wings would have resulted in a rearrangement of the bottom part of the body so that this part of the wings would not have been changed. Outer blade design changes were made to lower the maximum hypocritical compression ratio and move it to the rear to improve impact resistance and enhance impact wave.
Gulfstream IV wings have a lower, more heavily brushed outer kick, resulting in lower travel resistance. Further advantages of this construction are a lower square root flexing torque due to the internal centre of compression, a lower panting velocity due to washing out and a greater tank capacity due to an elevated tendon.
Besides the Gulfstream IV's pioneering glider styling, it was also the first commercial aircraft to feature a complete cockpit of glass The first GIV made its debut on September 19, 1985. G-IV was put into operation in 1987 with series number 1000 and in 1993 was updated to the GIV-SP specific model under series number 1214.
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