Elements of Aerodynamics of Supersonic Flows

Elements of Aerodynamics of Supersonic Flows

1949 | 420 Pages | ISBN: 0486442802. 1258800616 | PDF | 14,9 MB

Written by a preeminent authority on gas dynamics and compressibility, this study of the theory and physical phenomena of supersonic flows is presented from the practical engineering point of view. It explains the theoretical fundamentals of both two- and three-dimensional flow, and it shows in detail the application of theory to such aeronautical engineering problems as instruments, diffusors, and wing design.
Clear and simple explanations of theory include many examples of analysis for specific problems. The text emphasizes physical analysis of phenomena, the correlations between theory and physical phenomena, and the importance of the simplifications assumed in theory. Topics such as two-dimensional effusors, supersonic diffusors, and the drag and lift of supersonic wings will prove highly interesting both to design engineers and to individuals involved in the theoretical aspects of high-speed flow. Engineering students and professionals in the fields of aeronautics-particularly those working on high-speed projectiles and allied problems-will find this volume a valuable resource.

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