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References: [1] M.J. Lighthill. On displacement thickness. Journal of Fluid Mechanics , 4:383-392, 9 1958. [2] J.E. Carter. A new boundary layer inviscid iteration technique for separated flow. AIAA-79-1450, Jul 1979. [3] R.E. Melnik. Turbulent interactions on airfoils at transonic speeds - recent develop- ments. In Conference on Computation of Viscous-Inviscid Interactions , 1980. AGARD- CP-291. [4] A.E.P. Veldman. The calculation of incompressible boundary layers with strong viscous-inviscid interaction. In Conference on Computation of Viscous-Inviscid In- teractions , 1980. AGARD-CP-291. [5] L.B. Wigton and M. Holt. Viscous-inviscid interaction in transonic flow. AIAA-81- 1003, 1981. [6] J.C. Le Balleur. Strong matching method for computing transonic viscous flows in- cluding wakes and separations. La Recherche Aerospatiale , 1981-3:21-45, 1981. English Edition. [7] D.E. Edwards and J.E. Carter. A quasi-simultaneous finite difference approach for
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Unformatted text preview: strongly interacting flow. In Third Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows , Long Beach, California, Jan 1985. [8] R.E. Melnik, R.S. Rudman, and J.W. Brook. The computation of viscid/ inviscid interaction on airfoils with separated flow. In Third Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows , Long Beach, California, Jan 1985. [9] M. Drela and M.B. Giles. Viscous-inviscid analysis of transonic and low Reynolds number airfoils. AIAA Journal , 25(10): 1347-1355, Oct 1987. [10] R.C. Lock and B.R. Williams. Viscous-inviscid interactions in external aerodynamics. Progress in Aeronautical Sciences , 24:51-1717 1987. [11] M. Drela. XFOIL: An analysis and design system for low Reynolds number airfoils. In T. J. Mueller, editor, Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics . Springer-Verlag, Jun 1989. Lecture Notes in Engineering, No. 54....
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