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Intake Aerodynamics, Second Edition presents computational advancements and discoveries in intake aerodynamics. A companion volume to Practical Intake Aerodynamic Design, this important text considers the problem of airflow, both internal and external to air intake, as applied to civil and military aircraft. It covers the aerodynamics of subsonic and supersonic intakes in real flows, maintaining a progression through the transonic range. Also considered is the joint perspective of the airframe designer and the propulsion specialist in practical cases.
Readers will gain insight into the fluid mechanics behind the deceleration of air from free stream to engine velocity, and an understanding of air compression and external drag in extensively revised chapters reflecting progress in the field. More than 300 drawings and diagrams help to illustrate the points defined throughout the book.
Copublished with Blackwell Science Ltd. Outside the United States and Canada, order from Blackwell Science Ltd., United Kingdom, tel 44 1865 206 206.
|Foreword to the First Edition||ix|
|Pressure Recovery of Subsonic Intakes||16|
|Transonic Effects in Pre-entry Flow||41|
|Lip Separation and Transonic Throat Flow||66|
|External Supersonic Compression||103|
|Internal Supersonic Compression||136|
|Additional Loss in Supersonic Intakes||153|
|Boundary Layer Bleeds and Diverters||169|
|Intake External Drag||193|
|Shock Oscillation of Supersonic Intakes||245|
|Distortion and Swirl||266|
|Matching and Control||290|
|Intakes at Incidence||307|
|Novel Designs and Devices||336|
|Techniques of Wind-Tunnel Testing and Analysis||363|