Development of V/STOL methodology based on a higher order panel method

@inproceedings{Bhateley1983DevelopmentOV,
  title={Development of V/STOL methodology based on a higher order panel method},
  author={Ishwar C Bhateley and Gailyn A. Howell and H. W. Mann},
  year={1983}
}
The development of a computational technique to predict the complex flowfields of V/STOL aircraft was initiated in which a number of modules and a potential flow aerodynamic code were combined in a comprehensive computer program. The modules were developed in a building-block approach to assist the user in preparing the geometric input and to compute parameters needed to simulate certain flow phenomena that cannot be handled directly within a potential flow code. The PAN AIR aerodynamic code… CONTINUE READING

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