Problems of Non-Uniform and of Curvilinear Motion
The object of the present chapter is to give a condensed review of some of the developments of the theory of airplanes relating to conditions of non-uniform and of curvilinear motion. No attempt has been made to treat these matters exhaustively, and the reader is referred to the original papers for more complete details. It will be seen, moreover, that these subjects are in the midst, or even at the beginning of their development, so that no final results are to be expected. It has, however, seemed desirable to give some attention to these subjects, since they are connected with practical problems of importance in the domain of applied aerodynamics.
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