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High Speed Flow covers subsonic and supersonic flight, shock waves, high-speed aerofoils, and temperature changes. Starting from first principles, the book gives complete and elementary derivations of all results, and takes the reader to research level in the subject. C.J. Chapman includes many exercises and an extensive bibliography, providing access to the entire literature from 1860 to the present, with over two hundred items published since 1990. An extensive set of formulae on thermodynamics and oblique shock waves is also included.Read more
- Detailed treatment of oblique shock waves, including the most comprehensive set of formulae on oblique shock waves ever assembled
- A classified listing of all the papers, over two hundred in number, published on high speed flow in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics in the period 1990–1998
- Numerous exercises, suitable for the student or for the lecturer in setting problem-sheets or examinations
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"The book is a high-quality production that usually characterizes the publications of Cambridge University Press. The index and the list of references are excellent...a competent and concise treatment of the most important elements and concepts of high-speed flows." Applied Mechanics Reviews
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- Date Published: March 2000
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521661690
- length: 272 pages
- dimensions: 236 x 160 x 20 mm
- weight: 0.493kg
- contains: 96 b/w illus. 8 tables 56 exercises
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Governing equations
4. Smooth flow of an ideal fluid
5. Characteristic surfaces and rays
7. Steady one-dimensional flow
10. Characteristics for steady two-dimensional flow
11. Shock reflections and intersections
12. The hodograph method
13. Guide to high speed flow.
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