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Unformatted text preview: y Relation (5.3) Applications (5.4) Normal Shock Waves: Conservation Equations (3.6) Rankine‐Hugoniot Relations (3.7) Applications (5.4) One‐Dimensional Unsteady Flow (7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.8) Unsteady Normal Shock Waves (7.1, 7.2, 7.3) Unsteady Isentropic Expansions Shock‐Tube Relations (7.8) One‐Dimensional Flow with Heat Addition (3.8) One‐Dimensional Flow with Friction (3.9) Two‐Dimensional Steady Flow (Ch. 4, omit 4.4, 4.5, 4.8, 4.13) Isentropic Flow: Isentropic compressions and expansions (4.1, 4.2) Prandtl Meyer Function (4.14) Oblique Shock Waves: Connection to Normal Shock Waves (4.3) Shock Reflections and Interactions (4.7, 4.9‐4.12) Wave Interactions in Diffusers and Jets (5.4‐5.6) Lift and Drag in Supersonic Flow Airfoils (4.15) Other Applications. Conical Shock Waves (4.4, 10.1‐10.3) Differential Forms of the Conservation Equations (6.1‐6.9) Solution of the Differential Forms Method of Characteristics (11.2‐11.7) Equations of Characteristic Lines (11.3, 11.4) Applications (constant Mach No. turns, nozzle design) (11.7) Linearized Theory (9.1‐9.12)...
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