On the theory of oscillating airfoils in supersonic and sonic flow

  • Lazăr Dragoş
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On the basis of the “fundamental solutions method”, the theory of oscillating airfoils in supersonic and sonic flow is given. The solution obtained allows an easy calculation of the lift and moment coefficients.


Mathematical Method Solution Method Fundamental Solution Easy Calculation Moment Coefficient 
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Die Theorie der Flügelschwingungen in Überschall- und Schallströmung wird mit der „Methode der Fundamentallösungen“ hergeleitet. Die Lösung gestattet eine einfache Bestimmung des Auftriebes und des Momentes.


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© Birkhäuser Verlag 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lazăr Dragoş
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  1. 1.University of Buchareststr. Academiei 14BucharestRomania

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