Subsonic Aerodynamic Loads on Missiles.
Final rept. 1 Sep 75-31 Aug 78,
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND STATE UNIV BLACKSBURG
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Five computer programs have been developed to calculate potential flows over wings, bodies, and wing-wing and wing-body combinations. These programs are based on the vortex-lattice technique. They are not restricted by planform, aspect ratio and angle of attack as long as separation occurs from sharp edges and there is no vortex bursting. A main feature of these programs is the calculation of the shapes of the wakes. The unsteady version, which treats wing-flap systems, couples the nonlinear dynamics and aerodynamics. Author
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- Fluid Mechanics