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Engineering Aerodynamics book

  1. Jun 15, 2016 #1
    Hello everyone. Firstly, I have to say that I'm studying mechanical engineering but I was at Preperation Class last year. I'm gonna begin my engineering education this year. (hence, I don't have any high level math or physic informations) I am interested with Aircrafts. I've just read "Aircraft Design" (Daniel P. Raymer). consequently, I need a Aerodynamic book. I have a infrastructure about Aerodynamic and aircrafts. I know some things ( Principle of Bernouille, flows etc.) You should consider this situation when you suggesting. Thank you.

    Edit: Someone has suggested this "FLIGHT WITHOUT FORMULA (By Phillipet)" , " A.M Mhitariyan- Aerodynamika" , "J.D Anderson Fundamentals of Aerodynamic" [If you have any information about these books, Please tell me how are these?" ] THANK YOU AGAIN!
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  3. Jun 16, 2016 #2


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    Anderson is a standard. If the same person who recommended Anderson also recommended the other (I'm not familiar with it), I would take that advice very seriously.
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