Modern Compressible Flow: With Historical Perspective4th Edition
1 Compressible Flow - Some History and Introductory Thoughts
2 Integral Forms of the Conservation Equations for Inviscid Flows
3 One-Dimensional Flow
4 Oblique Shock and Expansion Waves
5 Quasi-One-Dimensional Flow
6 Differential Conservation Equations for Inviscid Flows
7 Unsteady Wave Motion
8 General Conservation Equations Revisited: Velocity Potential Equation
9 Linearized Flow
10 Conical Flow
11 Numerical Techniques for Steady Supersonic Flow
12 The Time-Marching Technique: With Application to Supersonic Blunt Bodies and Nozzles
13 Three-Dimensional Flow
14 Transonic Flow
15 Hypersonic Flow
16 Properties of High-Temperature Gases
17 High-Temperature Flows: Basic Examples
Appendix B An Illustration and Exercise of Computational Fluid Dynamics
Appendix C Oblique Shock Properties: y = 1.4
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