2 edition of **On the Prediction of Aerodynamic Loads on Oscillating Wings in Transonic Flow.** found in the catalog.

On the Prediction of Aerodynamic Loads on Oscillating Wings in Transonic Flow.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development.

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Published
**1975**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

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Series | AGARD report -- 612 |

Contributions | Tijdeman, H., Zwaan, R.J. |

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Open Library | OL21697464M |

Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies difficult topic of steady transonic flow, and the book ends with a brief review on unsteady motion of wings. Only the surface is scratched, however, in these Three-Dimensional Oscillating Wings Referenoes and Author Indes List of S)"D1bois. Indes. The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties.

The prediction of unsteady pressure distri- butions induced by an oscillating surface in mixed transonic flow is complicated by the strong coupling between the steady and unsteady flow fields. The steady flow fields are in turn drastically modified by Mach number, altitude, thickness, camber, twist, angle of attack, interference, and boundary. The prediction of unsteady pressure distri-butions induced by an oscillating surface in mixed transonic flow is complicated by the strong coupling between the steady predicting unsteady transonic aerodynamic loads before a realistic flutter and dynamic response can become a reality.

@article{osti_, title = {Prediction of forces and moments on finned bodies at high angle of attack in transonic flow}, author = {Oberkampf, W. L.}, abstractNote = {This report describes a theoretical method for the prediction of fin forces and moments on bodies at high angle of attack in subsonic and transonic flow. The body is assumed to be a circular cylinder with cruciform fins (or. 1. Two- and Three-Dimensional Steady Flows.- 1. Predictions of Airfoil Aerodynamic Performance Degradation Due to Icing.- 2. VISTRAFS: A Simulation Method for Strongly Interacting Viscous Transonic Flow.- 3. Coupling Procedures for Viscous-Inviscid Interaction for Attached and Separated Flows on Swept and Tapered Wings.- 4.

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