2 edition of Wing theory found in the catalog.
Robinson, Abraham Ph. D
|Statement||by A. Robinson and J. A. Laurmann|
|Series||Cambridge aeronautical series, 2, Cambridge aeronautical series -- 2|
|Contributions||Laurmann, J. A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||569|
|LC Control Number||57000601|
Theory of Wing Sections book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Most useful in working with wing sections and methods for u /5. Raymer says: This underappreciated book is full of useful methods for jet propulsion and aerodynamics analysis. Fundamentals of Flight Richard S. Shevell / Hardcover / Published Raymer says: Useful introduction and overview. Wing Theory Robert T. Jones / Hardcover / Published Raymer says: Quite theoretical, but interesting.
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This work covers the behavior of wings at both low and high speeds, including the range from very low Reynolds numbers to the determination of minimum drag at supersonic speed. Emphasizing analytical techniques, Wing Theory provides invaluable physical principles and insights for advanced students, professors, and aeronautical engineers, as well as for scientists involved in computational approaches 5/5(1).
First published in as part of the Cambridge Aeronautical Series, this book addresses the vital science of wing theory.
Robinson and Laurmann record the historic developments in wing theory, including the work of Joukowski and Bernoulli, and discuss developments in supersonic flow and unsteady aerofoil theory.5/5(1).
Wing Theory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originator of many of the theories used in modern wing design, Robert T. Jones Ratings: 0. 'Theory of Wing Sections' is known throughout the Aerospace industry as the 'Airfoil Bible', and has been quite useful to me in writing wing analysis codes.
In this book, you'll find all of the 'classical' airfoil theory; from basic thin airfoil theory to flow models and much by: This work covers the behavior of wings at both low and high speeds, including the range from very low Reynolds numbers to the determination of minimum drag at supersonic speed.
Emphasizing analytical techniques, Wing Theory provides invaluable physical principles and insights for advanced students, professors, and aeronautical engineers, as well as for scientists involved in computational approaches.
About the author () Abraham Robinson is best known among mathematicians for his revolutionary discovery and development of nonstandard analysis, a rigorous theory of infinitesimals that Robinson used to unite mathematical logic with the larger body of modern mathematics.
Born in Waldenburg, Lower Silesia, inRobinson spent much of his childhood in Breslau. The book contains chapters on Review of Fluid Mechanics, Constant Density Inviscid Flow, Singular Pertubation Problems, Effects of Viscosity, Thin Wing Theory, Slender Body Theory, 3D Wings in Steady Subsonic Flow, 3D Thin Wings in Steady Supersonic Flow, Supersonic Drag, Use of Flow Reversal Theorems, Interference and Nonplanar Lifting Surface Cited by: Author: H.
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First published in as part of the Cambridge Aeronautical Series, this book addresses the vital science of wing theory. Robinson and Laurmann record the historic developments in wing theory, including the work of Joukowski and Bernoulli, and discuss developments in supersonic flow and unsteady aerofoil theory.
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The wings in compressible flow, such as transonic flow, subcritical flow, supersonic linearized theory, and other aspects of supersonic wings are discussed in this chapter. The analysis of this regime involves solving a set of nonlinear differential equations, a task that demands either advanced computational techniques or some form of approximation.
Wing Theory (Princeton Legacy Library series) by Robert Thomas Jones. Originator of many of the theories used in modern wing design, Robert T.
Jones surveys the aerodynamics of wings from the early theories of lift to modern theoretical developments. The theory can be labeled the "Longer Path" theory, or the "Equal Transit Time" theory. The theory states that airfoils are shaped with the upper surface longer than the bottom.
The air molecules (the little colored balls on the figure) have farther to travel over the top of. This book discusses as well the wings of ordinary shapes, delta wings, yawed wings, polygonal wings, trapezoid wings, and arrow-head or swept-back wings.
The final chapter deals with a delta wing with a central fusiform body. This book is a valuable resource for teachers, students, and specialists engaged in modern Edition: 1.
The theory is then used to determine the loads on wings and how wing design choices affect such loads. Effects of aspect ratio, wing twist, varying airfoil section, taper, and similar are described by lifting line theory.
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It is also known as the Lanchester–Prandtl wing theory. The theory was expressed independently by Frederick W. Lanchester inand by Ludwig Prandtl in – after working with Albert Betz and Max Munk. In this model, the vortex loses strength.
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Like many a thing classical, it is old and enduring, structured and precise, simple and elegant. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Fundamental considerations --Potential flow over ellipsoids --Two-dimensional flow: wing section theory --Thin airfoil theory --Influence of compressibility --Effects of sweep --Wings of high aspect ratio --Lifting surface theory --The minimum drag of thin wings --Drag of wings.Division II: Aerodynamics, Volume 7: Wing Theory in Supersonic Flow examines the cases of isolated simple wings, wings with vertical plane tail, cruciform wings, and simple or cruciform wings fitted with a body.
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