2 edition of Aerodynamics of the upper atmosphere. found in the catalog.
Aerodynamics of the upper atmosphere.
Symposium on Aerodynamics of the Upper Atmosphere (1959 Santa Monica, Calif.)
|Statement||compiled by David J. Masson.|
|Series||[Rand report] R-339|
|Contributions||Masson, David J., comp.|
|LC Classifications||AS36.R3 R-339|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||60001060|
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There is an area of greater pressure on the lower surface of the airfoil, and this greater pressure tends to .