Supersonic engineering: a symposium held at the Royal College of Advanced Technology, Salford
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achieved aerodynamic aerodynamic centre aeroplane airframe airliner airworthiness altitude aluminium alloys angle aspect ratio boundary layer camber cent characteristics compression compressor considerable considered critical Mach cruising speed curve damping Dutch Roll economic effect efficiency engine failure fatigue flying foreplane frequency fuel fuselage geometry given hence higher increase induced drag induced drag factor installation intake kinetic heating leading edge lift coefficient longitudinal low-speed lower Mach Number manoeuvre mass flow material maximum minimum noise level normal shock nozzle panel passengers payload performance pilot planform possible problems reduced reliability roll sandwich shown in Fig skin slender wing sonic boom stability static static margin steel strength stress structure weight subsonic jets supersonic aircraft supersonic area rule supersonic speeds supersonic transport aircraft surface sweep swept wing tailplane take-off temperature thrust ton/in2 transonic trim drag turbine turbo-jet typical variable variation velocity wave drag