Advances in the Application of Fast Semidirect Computational Methods in Transonic Flow
This paper is intended as a review and summary of the advances made in a recently developed approach for rapid numerical solution of the equations of inviscid transonic aerodynamics. The investigation has been limited to two-dimensional, steady, inviscid flow over airfoils in a subsonic free stream, with emphasis on development of a rapid computational technique, rather than on generality of application.
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