The boundary value problem for low aspect ratio, pointed wings at sonic speed Recent developments in theory
In this paper a review of the recent developments in the theory of a slowly oscillating low aspect ratio, pointed wing at sonic speed is presented, using the concepts of the parabolic method, the equivalence rule and a iteration method to approximately incorporate the thickness effect in the analysis.
KeywordsTransonic Flow Delta Wing Thickness Effect Equivalence Rule Sonic Speed
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