Calculations of Transonic Flows Around Single and Multi-Element Airfoils on a Small Computer
The aim of this paper is to present a method for calculating the transonic flows around the single and multi-element airfoils. The main characteristic of the present method is the minimum possible storage requirement of one real per node of the finite difference grid.
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