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Fundamentals of Aerodynamics

Fundamentals of Aerodynamics
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  Fundamentals of Aerodynamics Fifth Edition John D. Anderson, Jr.  McGraw-Hill Series in Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering John D. Anderson, Jr., University of Maryland,  Consulting Editor  Anderson  Aircraft Performance and Design Anderson Computational Fluid Dynamics Anderson Fundamentals of Aerodynamics Anderson  Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics Anderson  Introduction to Flight  Anderson  Modern Compressible Flow Borman Combustion Engineering Baruh  Analytical Dynamics Budynas  Advanced Strength and Applied Stress Analysis C¸engel and Cimbala Fluid Mechanics Curtis Fundamentals of Aircraft Structural Analysis Driels  Linear Control Systems Engineering Humble Space Propulation Analysis and Design Hyer Stress Analysis of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials Kane, Likins and Levinson Spacecraft Dynamics Kelly Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations Meirovitch Fundamentals of Vibration Nelson Flight Stability and Automatic Control Oosthuizen Compressible Fluid Flow Shames  Mechanics of Fluids Turns  An Introduction to Combustion Ugural Stresses in Plates and Shells White Viscous Fluid Flow White Fluid Mechanics Wiesel Spaceflight Dynamics  McGRAW-HILL SERIES IN AERONAUTICAL ANDAEROSPACE ENGINEERING T he Wright brothers invented the first practical airplane in the first decadeof the twentieth century. Along with this came the rise of aeronauticalengineering as an exciting, new, distinct discipline. College courses inaeronautical engineering were offered as early as 1914 at the University of Michigan and at MIT. Michigan was the first university to establish an aero-nautics department with a four-year degree-granting program in 1916; by 1926 ithad graduated over one hundred students. The need for substantive textbooks invarious areas of aeronautical engineering became critical. Rising to this demand,McGraw-Hill became one of the first publishers of aeronautical engineering text-books, starting with  Airplane Design and Construction  by Ottorino Pomilio in1919, and the classic and definitive text  Airplane Design: Aerodynamics  by theiconic Edward P. Warner in 1927. Warner’s book was a watershed in aeronauticalengineering textbooks.Sincethen,McGraw-Hillhasbecomethetime-honoredpublisherofbooksinaeronautical engineering. With the advent of high-speed flight after World War IIand the space program in 1957, aeronautical and aerospace engineering grewto new heights. There was, however, a hiatus that occurred in the 1970s whenaerospace engineering went through a transition, and virtually no new books inthe field were published for almost a decade by anybody. McGraw-Hill brokethis hiatus with the foresight of its Chief Engineering Editor, B.J. Clark, whowas instrumental in the publication of   Introduction to Flight   by John Anderson.First published in 1978,  Introduction to Flight   is now in its 6th edition. Clark’sbold decision was followed by McGraw-Hill riding the crest of a new wave of students and activity in aerospace engineering, and it opened the flood-gates fornew textbooks in the field.In 1988, McGraw-Hill initiated its formal series in Aeronautical andAerospace Engineering, gathering together under one roof all its existing textsin the field, and soliciting new manuscripts. This author is proud to have beenmade the consulting editor for this series, and to have contributed some of thetitles. Starting with eight books in 1988, the series now embraces 24 books cov-ering a broad range of discipline in the field. With this, McGraw-Hill continuesits tradition, started in 1919, as the premier publisher of important textbooks inaeronautical and aerospace engineering. John D. Anderson, Jr.
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