Fundamentals of Aerodynamics
In keeping with the successful previous edition, Anderson carries over the second edition content into the third edition while adding selected topics and examples. New coverage on the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and new illustrations to help the students to understand the basic conepts. More than a dozen "design boxes" are included to help students focus on the practical applications.
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