An Introduction to Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics

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Courier Dover Publications, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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This concise and highly readable introduction to theoretical and computational aerodynamics integrates both classical and modern developments, focusing on applying methods to actual wing design. Designed for a junior- or senior-level course and as a resource for practicing engineers, it features 221 figures. 1984 edition.
  

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Contents

WINGS
1
REVIEW OF BASIC FLUID DYNAMICS
11
INCOMPRESSIBLE IRROTATIONAL FLOW ABOUT
32
LIFTING AIRFOILS IN INCOMPRESSIBLE IRROTATIONAL 60
80
WINGS OF FINITE SPAN
124
THE NAVIERSTOKES EQUATIONS
154
THE BOUNDARY LAYER
191
PANEL METHODS 26
260
FINITE DIFFERENCE METHODS
289
10 FINITEDIFFERENCE SOLUTION OF THE BOUNDARY
335
COMPRESSIBLE POTENTIAL FLOW PAST AIRFOILS
381
APPENDIX A An Important Integral
424
Uniqueness of Solutions of Laplace Equation
433
APPENDIX G Geometrical Demonstration That Strain is
446
Structure of a Weak Shock Wave
456
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