A method to calculate the parameters of wings of arbitrary planform
Barber, Edward Mark
Gawain, T. H.
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The computation method developed in this thesis proceeds from the theory developed by Jones (Ref. 1). His final equations are first written in matrix format. They are then organized into computational sequences that may be then translated into computer programming language to calculate the aerodynamic parameters of wings of arbitrary planform.
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