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Aerodynamics of a Lifting System in Extreme Ground Effect epub ebook

by Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky

Aerodynamics of a Lifting System in Extreme Ground Effect epub ebook

Author: Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky
Category: Computer Science
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2000 edition (June 16, 2000)
Pages: 352 pages
ISBN: 3540662774
ISBN13: 978-3540662778
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This book describes a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system performing steady and unsteady motion in close proximity to. .Nonlinear Flow Problems for a Lifting System in the Extreme Ground Effect.

This book describes a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system performing steady and unsteady motion in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground). The author considers various approximations based on the general method of matched asymptotic expansions applied to lifting flows. Particular importance is attached to the case of extreme ground effects describing very small relative ground clearances. Compressible Flow Past a Wing in the Extreme Ground Effect.

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The t (WIG) aircraft operates with larger lift-to-drag ratio compared to a conventional aircraft at low subsonic Mach numbers.

from book Aerodynamics of a Lifting System in Extreme Ground Effect (p. 3-46). Aerodynamics of a Lifting System in Extreme Ground Effect. Chapter · January 2000 with 9 Reads. Introduce a moving coordinate system in which the axes x and z are located upon an unperturbed position of the underlying boundary (the ground). Axis x is directed forward in the plane of symmetry of the wing, and axis y is directed upward and passes through the trailing edge of the root chord. The t (WIG) aircraft operates with larger lift-to-drag ratio compared to a conventional aircraft at low subsonic Mach numbers.

Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2000 Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky Contents 1.The book presents a description of a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system, performing steady and unsteady motions in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground)

Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2000 Kirill V. Introduction. The book presents a description of a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system, performing steady and unsteady motions in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground). This case is interesting for practical purposes because both the aerodynamic and the economic efficiency of the system near the ground are most pronounced. Use of the method of matched asymptotic expansions enables closed form solutions for the aerodynamic characteristics of the wings-in-ground effect.

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Kirill V. This book is dedicated to the memory of a distinguished Russian engineer, Rostislav E. Alexeyev, who was the first in the world to develop the largest ground effect machine - Ekranoplan. One of Alexeyev's design concepts with the aerodynamic configuration of a jlying wing can be seen on the front page.

Professor Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky (auth. This book describes a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system performing steady and unsteady motion in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground)

Professor Kirill V. This book describes a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system performing steady and unsteady motion in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground). Автор: Wei Shyy Название: Aerodynamics o.

Aerodynamics of a Lifting System in Extreme Ground Effect Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky Springer 9783642085567 : This book is dedicated to the memory of a distinguished Russian engineer, Rostislav. Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2000 Kirill V.

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oceedings{rodynamicsOA, title {Aerodynamics of a lifting system in extreme ground effect}, author {Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky}, year {2000} }. Kirill V. 6. The Influence of Endplates, Flaps, and Slots. 7. The Aerodynamics of a Lifting System Near Curved Ground. 8. Schematized Flow Models for a Power-Augmented Lifting Syste. ONTINUE READING.

This book is dedicated to the memory of a distinguished Russian engineer, Rostislav E. Alexeyev, who was the first in the world to develop the largest ground effect machine - Ekranoplan. One of Alexeyev's design concepts with the aerodynamic configuration of a jlying wing can be seen on the front page. The book presents a description of a mathematical model of flow past a lifting system, performing steady and unsteady motions in close proximity to the underlying solid surface (ground). This case is interesting for practical purposes because both the aerodynamic and the economic efficiency of the system near the ground are most pronounced. Use of the method of matched asymptotic expansions enables closed form solutions for the aerodynamic characteristics of the wings-in-ground effect. These can be used for design, identification, and processing of experimental data in the course of developing ground effect vehicles. The term extreme ground effect, widely used through­ out the book, is associated with very small relative ground clearances of the order of 10% or less. The theory of a lifting surface, moving in immediate proximity to the ground, represents one of the few limiting cases that can be treated analytically. The author would like to acknowledge that this work has been influenced by the ideas of Professor Sheila E. Widnall, who was the first to apply the matched asymptotics techniques to treat lifting flows with the ground effect. Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2000 Kirill V. Rozhdestvensky Contents 1. Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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