by N. A. V. Piercy
Publisher: English University Press 1947
Number of pages: 566
This book presents the modern science of Aerodynamics and its immediate application to aircraft. The present edition is enlarged to provide, in the first place, an introduction to the mathematical and experimental study of compressible flow, subsonic and supersonic.
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