This handbook is a sequel to an earlier volume entitled "A Theory of Supercritical Wing Sections, with Computer Programs and Examples." Since the completion of the first volume, which we shall refer to as Volume I (cf. [ll), some effort has been made to improve our airfoil design program. A number of more desirable air foils have been designed. In addition several of our wing sections have been tested in wind tunnels. We should like to make this material available here, since it is more convenient to use the design program in conjunction with data for a fairly broad range of examples. Moreover, we have developed new analysis programs that supersede our previous work. Chapter I is devoted to a brief discussion of the mathematics involved in our additions and modifications. There is only a mini mum emphasis on theory, since the representation of important physical phenomena such as boundary layer shock wave interaction and separation is partly empirical. It is our contention, however, that the computer programs provide a better simulation than might have been expected. Chapter II presents numerical results found by our new methods, as well as comparisons with experimental data. Chapter III contains a discussion of the use of the program together with Fortran listings.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems , #108|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1975|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.03(d)|
Table of ContentsI. Theory.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Models of Shock Structure.- 3. Iterative Schemes for Three Dimensional Analysis.- 4. Choice of Coordinates and Conformal Mapping.- 5. Two Dimensional Analysis with a Turbulent Boundary Layer Correction.- 6. Design in the Hodograph Plane: A New Model of the Trailing Edge.- 7. Design in the Hodograph Plane: Choice of Parameters.- 8. Bibliography.- II. Data.- 1. Catalog of Transonic Airfoils.- 2. Evaluation of Analysis Methods.- 3. Comparison of Experimental Data with the Boundary Layer Correction.- 4. Comparison of Experimental Data with the Boundary Layer Correction Using the Quasiconservation Option.- 5. Drag Polars.- 6. Schlieren Photographs.- III. Fortran Programs.- 1. Operation of the Turbulent Boundary Layer Correction Program H.- 2. Glossaries and Tables for Program H..- 3. Operation of the Three Dimensional Analysis Program J.- 4. Glossary and Table for Program J.- 5. Listing of the Boundary Layer Analysis Program H.- 6. Listing of the Three Dimensional Analysis Program J.- 7. Listing of Quasiconservation Option for Program H.- 8. Listing of Update for Design Programs B and D.