In graduate level aerodynamics may be broken to :" Low Speed" , "High Speed", "Hypersonic" and "Non-steady".

With "Low Speed Aerodynamics" being the most important one of all due to it's broad applications.

However, as it is done in most universities, in this course, ideal flow assumption is used through out the material. It is expected that the students of this course have already taken courses like "Aerodynamics Ι and ΙΙ" and of course they are expected to be graduate students.

The main topics covered in "Low Speed Aerodynamics" include:

Introduction to low speed aerodynamics, fundamentals of inviscid incompressible flow, potential flow with complex variables, airfoil aerodynamics, wing aerodynamics fuselage aerodynamics and miscellaneous topics in low speed aerodynamics.

M. Taeibi-Rahni



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