By Th. Von Kármán
Advances in Aeronautical Sciences, quantity 1 comprises the court cases of the 1st overseas Congress within the Aeronautical Sciences, held in Madrid, Spain in September 1958.
The ebook is made from survey papers and unique contributions that debate universal difficulties in aeronautics and in area know-how. The reader also will locate attention-grabbing articles that hide subject matters at the ideas of inertial counsel; boundary layer keep an eye on; VTOL/STOL airplane; warmth resisting fabric; warmth move and warmth barrier; and jet noises and human elements in aeronautics. Hypersonic speeds; propulsion tools in area and magneto-fluid dynamics are mentioned as well.
Aeronautics engineers and scientists in allied fields will locate the publication insightful.
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Extra info for Advances in Aeronautical Sciences. Proceedings of the First International Congress in the Aeronautical Sciences, Madrid, 8–13 September 1958
W. CHESTER, Supersonic Flow Past a Bluff Body with a Detached Shock, Part I —Two-Dimensional Body, J. Fluid. , Vol. 1, Part 4, pp. 353-65, October 1956. N . C. FREEMAN, O n the Theory of Hypersonic Flow Past Plane and AxiallySymmetric Bluff Bodies, J. , Vol. 1, Part 4, pp. 366-87, October 1956. K. H I D A , A n Approximate Study on the Detached Shock Wave in Front of a Circular Cylinder and a Sphere, J. Phys. Soc. Japan, Vol. 8, N o . 6, pp. 740-5, November-December 1953. G. I. TAYLOR, T h e Formation of a Blast Wave by a Very Intense Explosion, Part I—Theoretical Discussion.
It is my agreeable duty to express my thanks and appreciation of the assistance of my friends P. A. Libby and C. C. Lin for their assistance in collecting the material treated in this lecture. Professor Libby collected the papers dealing with supersonic wing theory, slender aircraft, inter ference effects, higher approximations, hypersonic flow and boundary layer theory, C. C. Lin those dealing with the theory of turbulence. The choice of authors mentioned in the paper is somewhat arbitrary. I am also indebted to Professor Wallace D.
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