3 edition of A computionally efficient modelling of laminar separation bubbles found in the catalog.
A computionally efficient modelling of laminar separation bubbles
|Statement||Paolo Dini and Mark D. Maughmer.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 185854., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185854.|
|Contributions||Maughmer, Mark D., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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The book is intended to provide non-specialists an overview of the State of the Art in the field of microwave and high frequency hardware, measurement and modelling as well as to give the specialists insight into the most advanced R&D topics of microwave and high frequency radiation application in different disciplines.