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Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics of Turbojet Aircraft

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Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics of Turbojet Aircraft
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Publisher: NASA
ISBN/ASIN: B0007DDVJW
Number of pages: 253

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Practical aerodynamics includes studying the laws of the motion of air and the interaction of air flows with bodies moving in them, the interaction of shock waves with various parts of the aircraft, aircraft flight dynamics as affected by the forces applied to the aircraft (including aerodynamic forces), and aircraft stability and handiness. It is the object of this book to examine these questions in terms of turbojet passenger aircraft.

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