A study of the viscous dissipation and surface loading on a vibrating surface
John E. Yates, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Langley Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1981 - Science - 47 pages
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2tt Q(x Appendix arbitrary constant boundary value problem Brooks Ref Chebyshev polynomial chord compact surfaces complex potential complex quantity Complex Surface Load Compressible Fluid Medium Consider contour cose damped waves dissipated by viscosity double integral edge loading edge singularities effect of viscosity effective Helmholtz number eigensolution of potential energy dissipated Euler's constant flat plate problem formula grad Greens functions integral equation Kirchhoff integral estimate Kirchhoff noise Kutta condition measured by Brooks Neumann boundary condition Neumann condition number of order obtain the following order unity Performing Organization potential or pressure potential theory reported in Ref results in agreement solution of Eq square root singularities surface loads data surface loads problem tends to zero unique solution uniqueness criterion vector velocity vertical translation vibrating flat plate Vibrating in Translation vibrating surface Vibrating Two-Dimensional Body Viscous Compressible Fluid viscous correlation function viscous effects vorticity wQ(t