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AIAA - Textbooks in Aerodynamics and Space Engineering

  1. Sep 18, 2005 #1

    Astronuc

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    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    (AIAA - www.aiaa.org )

    Good site for those who are seriously interested in basics of aerospace propulsion, rockets (missiles), and mission design


    Some titles you might find interesting (as of Sep 18, 2005 and subject to change):

    Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=272

    Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=11

    Inlets for Supersonic Missiles
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=261

    Space Transportation: A Systems Approach to Analysis and Design
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=622

    Space Vehicle Design, Second Edition
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=1107

    Space Vehicle Dynamics and Control
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=521

    Spacecraft Mission Design
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=523

    Spacecraft Propulsion
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=281

    Structural Dynamics in Aeronautical Engineering
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/storeproductdetail.cfm?id=575


    and there's lots more
    http://www.aiaa.org/content.cfm?pageid=166 (then click on books)


    or go straight to books:

    AIAA Education Series (browse titles)
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/books.cfm?luSeriesID=1

    Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics (browse titles)
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/books.cfm?luSeriesID=9

    Case Studies (Written by aerospace designers)
    http://www.aiaa.org/store/books.cfm?luSeriesID=4

    If a link is bad, go to main or store and try from there.
     
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2005
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