John J. Bertin, "Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics"
1994 | pages: 626 | ISBN: 1563470365 | DJVU | 7,2 mb
The first four chapters present genera! information characterizing hypersonic flows, discuss numerical formulations of varying degrees of rigor in computational fluid dynamics codes, and show the strengths and limitations of the various types of hypersonic experimentation. Other chapters cover the stagnation-region flowfield, the inviscid flowfield, the boundary layer, the aerodynamic forces and moments, viscous/inviscid interactions as well as shock/shock interactions, and a review of aerother-modynamics phenomena and their role in the design of a hypersonic vehicle. Sample exercises and homework problems are presented throughout the text.
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