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FURTHER STUDIES ON HIGH-SPEED UNSTEADY FLOW
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE AEROELASTIC AND STRUCTURES RESEARCH LAB
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Investigation was continued of high-speed unsteady flow including an extension of the shockexpansion method and its application to wing and body oscillations at large amplitude the unsteady Newtonian theory of Hayes and Probstein Hypersonic Flow Theory, Academic Press, N. Y. and London, 1959, with centrifugal and Coriolis effects and time-dependent airloads as influenced by rapid changes in the ambient environment. Although the motion of two-dimensional airfoils is emphasized, the difficulties are discussed which arise when one attempts to analyze three-dimensional cases. Author
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