Cover: A Second-Order Solution for an Oscillating Two-Dimensional Supersonic Airfoil

A Second-Order Solution for an Oscillating Two-Dimensional Supersonic Airfoil

Published in: Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, v. 19, no. 10, Oct. 1952, p. 685-697

Posted on rand.org 1952

by Alexander Wylly

This paper presents a second-order solution for the forces and moments produced by an oscillating two-dimensional airfoil of arbitrary cross section. This solution, valid to the second order in angle of attack and thickness, is obtained by means of an iteration procedure.

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