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Aerodynamics of Guided and Unguided Weapons. Part 1. Theory and Application
NAVAL WEAPONS LAB DAHLGREN VA
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Several theoretical and empirical procedures are combined into a single computer program to predict lift, drag, and center of pressure on quite general wing-body geometries. The method is applicable for Mach number zero to three and angle-of-attack zero to about fifteen degrees. Computed results for several configurations compare well with experimental and other analytical results. It costs about five dollars per Mach number to compute the static aerodynamics of a typical wing-body shape on the CDC 6700 computer.
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