AIAA, Jan 1, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 241 pages This textbook and its six supporting computer programs provide theoretical modeling of the aerodynamic characteristics of wings and bodies at low Mach numbers. The approach presented directly helps engineering students improve problem-solving skills by teaching them to discern the necessary steps associated with solving analytical problems. The book also presents a justification and rationale for validating end results that leave the student with an understanding of the answer. "Introductory Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics of Wings and Bodies: A Software-Based Approach" differs from others by providing interactive computer programs that allow the student to conduct trade studies. It provides case-specific software that permits the student to do considerably more characteristic analysis of user-selected wings and bodies than is possible with other introductory textbooks. In addition, the algorithms are capable of working problems at a level well beyond those typically solved by hand in other textbooks. This approach allows students to easily determine the effects of modifying parameters and geometry. Another benefit of using this textbook is the understanding students gain of the capabilities of large industrial codes.Contents The Atmosphere and the Ocean Elementary Flow Functions Airfoils and the Joukowski Transform Drag Viscosity and the Boundary Layer Direct Computation of Airfoil Characteristics The Wing Program F2D3D Characteristics of Bodies at Small Angles of Attack Characteristics of Wing Wakes Cumputational Fluid Dynamics References
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