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Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics University Press Group Ltd
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This book offers a general overview of the physics, concepts, theories, and models underlying the discipline of aerodynamics. A particular focus is the technique of velocity field representation and modeling via source and vorticity fields and via their sheet, filament, or point-singularity idealizations. These models provide an intuitive feel for aerodynamic flow-field behavior and are the basis of aerodynamic force analysis, drag decomposition, flow interference estimation, and other important applications. The models are applied to both low speed and high speed flows. Viscous flows are also covered, with a focus on understanding boundary layer behavior and its influence on aerodynamic flows. The book covers some topics in depth while offering introductions and summaries of others. Computational methods are indispensable for the practicing aerodynamicist, and the book covers several computational methods in detail, with a focus on vortex lattice and panel methods. The goal is to improve understanding of the physical models that underlie such methods. The book also covers the aerodynamic models that describe the forces and moments on maneuvering aircraft, and provides a good introduction to the concepts and methods used in flight dynamics. It also offers an introduction to unsteady flows and to the subject of wind tunnel measurements. The book is based on the MIT graduate-level course "Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics" and has been developed for use not only in conventional classrooms but also in a massive open online course (or MOOC) offered on the pioneering MOOC platform edX. It will also serve as a valuable reference for professionals in the field. The text assumes that the reader is well versed in basic physics and vector calculus, has had some exposure to basic fluid dynamics and aerodynamics, and is somewhat familiar with aerodynamics and aeronautics terminology.
The Theory of Flight Dover Publications
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Preface Part One EQUILIBRIUM AND STEADY FLOW IN THE ATMOSPHERE CHAPTER I. THE ATMOSPHERE AT REST 1. Density. Pressure. Equation of State 2. Equilibrium of a Perfect Gas under the Influence of Gravity 3. The Standard Atmosphere 4. Determination of True Altitude. Reduction of a Climb to Standard Atmosphere 5. Troposphere and Stratosphere. Influence of Humidity CHAPTER II. BERNOULLI'S EQUATION. ROTATION AND CIRCULATION 1. Steady Motion 2. Bernoulli's Equation 3. Dynamic Pressure 4. Variation of Total Head across the Streamlines. Rotation 5. Circulation and Rotation 6. The Bicirculating Motion CHAPTER III. MOMENTUM AND ENERGY EQUATIONS 1. Flux of Momentum in Steady Flow 2. Momentum Equation for Steady Flow 3. Moment of Momentum 4. Quasi-steady Flow. Relative Flow 5. Energy Equation CHAPTER IV. PERFECT AND VISCOUS FLUIDS. TYPES OF FLOW 1. Viscosity 2. Law of Similtude. Reynolds Number 3. Laminar and Turbulent Motion 4. Continuous and Discontinuous Motion 5. Boundary Layer "CHAPTER V. AIR RESISTANCE, OR PARASITE DRAG" 1. Definitions 2. Bluff Bodies 3. Round Bodies 4. Streamlined Bodies 5. Skin Friction 6. Parasite Drag of Major Airplane Components Part Two THE AIRPLANE WING CHAPTER VI. FUNDAMENTAL NOTIONS. GEOMETRY OF WINGS 1. The Three Coefficients 2. Geometry of Airfoil Profiles. Sets of Profiles 3. Theoretically Developed Airfoil Sections 4. Geometry of Airplane Wings CHAPTER VII. EMPIRICAL AIRFOIL DATA 1. The Three Main Results 2. Influence of Aspect Ratio 3. Historical Development of wing Profiles 4. Influence of the Shape of the Profile 5. Influence of the Reynolds Number. Degree of Turbulence CHAPTER VIII. THE WING OF INFINITE SPAN 1. The Momentum Equation for Irrotational Flow 2. The Lift on an Airfoil of Infinite Span 3. The Pitching Moment of an Airfoil on Infinite Span 4. The Metacentric Parabola 5. "Vortex Sheets, Another Approach" 6. Theory of Thin Airfoils CHAPTER IX. THE WING OF FINITE SPAN 1. Curved Vortex Lines 2. Vortex Sheet and Discontinuity Surface 3. The Flow Past a Wing of Finite Span 4. Prandtl's Wing Theory 5. Elliptic Lift Distribution 6. Biplane Theory 7. General Lift Distribution CHAPTER X. ADDITIONAL FACTS ABOUT WINGS 1. Stalling 2. High-lift Devices 3. Pressure Distribution 4. Influence of Compressibility Part Three PROPELLER AND ENGINE CHAPTER XI. THE PROPELLER 1. Basic Concepts 2. Geometry of Propellers 3. Propeller Characteristics 4. Quantitative Analysis 5. Propeller Sets and Variable-pitch Propeller. Propeller Charts CHAPTER XII. OUTLINE OF PROPELLER THEORY 1. Blade-element Theory 2. "Momentum Theory, Basic Relations" 3. "Momentum Theory, Conclusions" 4. Modified Momentum Theory 5. The Two Theories Combined 6. Additional Remarks CHAPTER XIII. THE AIRPLANE ENGINE 1. The Engine at Sea Level 2. The Engine at Altitude 3. Engine Vibrations Part Four AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE CHAPTER XIV. THE GENERAL PERFORMANCE PROBLEM 1. Introduction 2. Power-required and Power-available Curves 3. Dimensionless Performance Analysis 4. Discussion of Sea-level Flight 5. Altitude Flight CHAPTER XV. ANALYTICAL METHODS OF PERFORMANCE COMPUTATION 1. Analytical Expressions for the Power Curves 2. Gliding. Level Flight with Given Power 3. The Ideal Airplane: Power Available Independent of Speed 4. Numerical Data. Example 5. Small Variations. Choice of Propeller 6. Power Available Varying with Speed 7. Numerical Discussion CHAPTER XVI. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS 1. Range and Endurance 2. Take-off 3. Steep Gliding and Diving 4. Landing Operation. Landing Impact 5. Seaplane Problems Part Five AIRPLANE CONTROL AND STABILITY CHAPTER XVII. MOMENT EQUILBRIUM AN STATIC STABILITY 1. Pitching-moment Equilbrium 2. The Contribution to the Pitching Moment from the Tail 3. The Contribution from the Propeller and the Fuselage 4. Static Stability and Metacenter 5. Simplified Stability Discussion 6. Lateral Moments CHAPTER XVIII. NONUNIFORM FLIGHT 1. Introduction. Elementary Results 2. Lanchester's Phugoid Theory 3. Longitudinal Flight along a Given Path 4. Effect of Elevator Operation 5. Asymmetric Motion CHAPTER XIX. GENERAL THEORY OF MOTION AND STABILITY 1. The General Equations of Motion of an Airplane 2. Steady Motion. Specification of Forces 3. Theory of Dynamic Stability 4. Application to the Airplane CHAPTER XX. DYNAMIC STABILITY OF AN AIRPLANE 1. Longitudinal Stability of Level Flight 2. The Small Oscillations Following a Disturbance 3. Lateral Stability 4. Numerical Discussion 5. Final Remarks. Autorotation. Spinning BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES INDEX
Wireless CMOS Frequency Synthesizer Design Springer, Berlin
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The recent boom in the mobile telecommunication market has captured the interest of electronic and communication companies worldwide. In order to cut costs, and to decrease volume and power consumption, research is ongoing which focuses on the integration of a complete RF transceiver on a single die. This book discusses for the first time an important building block in such a single-chip wireless transceiver, that is, the frequency synthesizer. CMOS Wireless Frequency Synthesizer Design starts off with a comprehensive overview of possible synthesizer architectures together with a discussion of the general PLL theory. It goes on to present an easy calculation method of predicting LC-tuned VCO phase noise. Practical designs are presented which illustrate in detail the implementation of monolithic LC-tuned VCOs, using either bonding-wire inductors or hollow planar inductors. It is demonstrated that such designs can achieve the required phase noise specifications using standard CMOS technology. CMOS Wireless Frequency Synthesizer Design also discusses the other PLL building blocks such as the high-speed frequency divider. The phase-switching multi-modulus prescaler architecture, which combines high input frequencies with a programmable division factor, is presented in chapter 6. A concluding chapter combines all the gathered knowledge and presents the first monolithic standard CMOS frequency synthesizer that achieves the DCS-1800 specifications. CMOS Wireless Frequency Synthesizer Design is essential reading for all researchers and practicing engineers working in the design of wireless communication systems requiring highly integrated RF transceivers and frequency synthesizers.
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