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Engineering Analysis of Flight Vehicles

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  • Author: Holt Ashley
  • ISBN: 9780486672137
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication Date: May 17, 2012
  • Format: Paperback – 400 pages
  • Language: English


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“Written by one of the leading aerospace educators of our time, each sentence is packed with information. An outstanding book. — Private Pilot

“Illuminated throughout by new twists in explaining familiar concepts, helpful examples and intriguing by-the-ways. A fine book.” — Canadian Aeronautics and Space Journal

This classic by a Stanford University educator and a pioneer of aerospace engineering introduces the complex process of designing atmospheric flight vehicles. An exploration of virtually every important subject in the fields of subsonic, transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic aerodynamics and dynamics, the text demonstrates how these topics interface and how they complement one another in atmospheric flight vehicle design. The mathematically rigorous treatment is geared toward graduate-level students, and it also serves as an excellent reference. Problems at the end of each chapter encourage further investigation of the text’s material, the study of fresh ideas, and the exploration of new areas.

Table of Contents
  1. The Morphology of Flight Vehicles
  2. Equations of Motionb for Right Flight Vehicles
  3. Introduction to Vehicle Aerodynamics
  4. Aerodynamic Terms for Equations of Motion; Airloads on Thin Wings
  5. Propulsive Terms-One Dimensional Analysis of Jet and Rocket Propulsion
  6. Small-Perturbation Response and Dynamic Stability of Flight Vehicles
  7. Solution of the Small-Perturbation Equations of Motion
  8. Static Stability, Trim, Static Performance and related Subjects
  9. Dynamic Performance: Boost from Nonrotating and Rotating Planets
  10. Numerical Integration of Ordinary Differential Equations
  11. Aerodynamic Terms for Equations of Motion; Slender and Blunt Bodies
  12. Dynamic performance: Atmospheric Enrtry12. The Uses of Optimization
  13. References
  14. Index
Author Description

Holt Ashley (1923-2006) was Professor Emeritus of Astronautics and Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. Best known for his pioneering research and books in the field of aeroelasticity, he devised methods that changed the design of structures ranging from wings to wind turbines.

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