Documentation of the Low-Speed Boundary-Layer Transition Workshop held at The Rand Corporation on July 16-17, 1974. The objectives of the workshop were to review the current state of the art for predicting the transition from laminar to turbulent incompressible flow and to suggest an outline of future goals for current research programs. The workshop program was divided into three sessions: theoretical, experimental, and design. The report outlines the program, lists the attendees, summarizes and discusses the sessions, and presents abstracts of the papers.
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