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Low Speed Aerodynamics, Notes 4: Conservation Equations for Aerodynamics

Theorems and identities from vector calculus are used to convert the integral conservation equations to differential form. This then allows use to define the relations between instantaneous properties and their rates and gradients of change at a given point in a flow. Please download the notes in pdf here.

 

 

Introduction to Aerodynamics: Some results to provide physical intuition.

Laws of Physics and Fluid Dynamics.
Conservation Equations in Integral Form.
Specializing the Conservation Equations for aerodynamics.
The Potential Flow Method
Vortex Interactions, and Thin Airfoil Theory.
Finite Wings.
Prandtl's Lifting Line Method
Viscous Flow
Practical Methods and Data Sources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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