NACA-University Conference on Aerodynamics - A Compilation of the Papers Presented
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMIN LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER HAMPTON VA
Contents - Introduction. List of Conferees. Technical Papers Presented Stability of the Laminar Boundary Layer A Review of Approximate Methods in Subsonic Compressible Flow Wind-Tunnel-Wall Corrections A Review of Propeller Theory Characteristics of Wing Sections at Subcritical Speeds Characteristics of Wing Sections at Transonic Speeds Prediction of Wing Characteristics Maximum-Lift and Stalling Characteristics of Wings Factors Affecting Static Longitudinal Stability and Control Factors Affecting Lateral Stability Dynamic Stability Flying and Handling Qualities of Airplanes Helicopter Research Problems A Survey of Flutter Air Inlets Two-Dimensional Supersonic Wing Theory The Use of Conical and Cylindrical Fields in Supersonic Wing Theory The Use of Source and Sink Concepts in the Calculation of Wing Characteristics at Supersonic Speeds Unsteady Lift in High-Speed Flight A Survey of Methods for the Calculation of Flow around Bodies of Revolution at Supersonic Speeds Some Considerations of Aerodynamic Heating.
Papers presented at conference held at Langley Field on 21-23 Jun 1948.