An aerodynamicist's view of Lift, Bernoulli, and Newton

@inproceedings{Eastlake2002AnAV,
  title={An aerodynamicist's view of Lift, Bernoulli, and Newton},
  author={Charles N. Eastlake},
  year={2002}
}
The production of lift by airfoils is a popular topic but one accompanied by unneeded controversy. Both Bernoulli’s law and Newton’s laws describe lift production correctly. The proper application of them is described from the perspective of an aerodynamicist. 
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