AAE 514 Intermediate Aerodynamics Spring 2011Instructor: A. Lyrintzis, 494-5142, ARMS 3321, O-H 3-4pmMWF, [email protected]Teaching Assistant:Matt Kube-McDowell, O-H tba, [email protected]Introduction:This course is designed to give the student exposure to a wide variety of aerodynamic problems and issues. It could be the first course in the area for a graduate student or an advanced course for an undergraduate. This course stresses fundamental ideas and concepts. It will be helpful for everybody interested in aerodynamics: the CFD user, the experimentalist, the practicing engineer. Text:No text required. Typed lecture notes will be available on the course web site. References on Reserve: 1. Abbott, I. H., and von Doenhoff, A. E., Theory of Wing Sections, Dover, 1959. 2. Anderson, J. D. Modern Compressible Flow, McGraw Hill, 3rd ed. 2003. 3. Currie, I. G. Fundamental Mechanics of Fluids, Taylor and Francis, 3rded. 2003. 4. Katz J. and Plotkin A. Low-Speed Aerodynamics, Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed.
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