A higher order panel method for general analysis and design applications in subsonic flow

  • Forrester T. Johnson
  • F. Edward Ehlers
  • Paul E. Rubbert
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 59)


Source Strength Subsonic Flow Vortex Sheet Wing Surface Singularity Strength 
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  • Forrester T. Johnson
  • F. Edward Ehlers
  • Paul E. Rubbert

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