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    Publication Date: 2013-08-31
    Description: Finite difference relaxation solutions of the nonlinear small perturbation equations have proven reliable and successful in determining the transonic flowfields about thin airfoils. However, application of the small perturbation approach to thick airfoils usually results in an accuracy less than desirable. The incorporation of Riegels' Rule and time-like damping into the small perturbation approach and their application to thick and thin airfoils in transonic flow are discussed. Studies for thick and thin airfoils are presented. It is concluded that Riegels' Rule and damping should both be included in small perturbation transonic flow calculations.
    Type: TAMRF-3033-7401 , NASA-CR-138181 , AIAA Southwestern Student Paper Competition; Arlington, TX; United States
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