Aerodynamic Design of Transport Aircraft
After the demise of Fokker in 1996 one feared that interest in aeronautical engineering would strongly diminish. Two years later the situation was re-appraised, and the interest in aeronautical engineering remained, so the course was reinstated. This title includes the author's lecture notes from these courses.
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