A real understanding of aerodynamics must go beyond mastering the mathematical formalism of the theories and come to grips with the physical cause-and-effect relationships that the theories represent. In addition, design work depends heavily on voluminous numerical computations. It is more important than ever for a practicing engineer to bring to the task a knowledge solidly based in the physics of aerodynamics.
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons|
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