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Old   September 9, 1999, 20:57
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clifford bradford
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here's something or you to do when your not on cfd online. http://aerodyn.org i haven't really checked it out but it seens good. now you can check there before asking questions here
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Old   September 10, 1999, 08:31
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X. Ye
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Thanks for your information. I have looked into this site. It is good. But I wish more links to references in every topic, e.g., about the interaction between shock and boundary layer, I find no references.

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Old   September 12, 1999, 23:00
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John C. Chien
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(1). If one is interested in aerospace engineering in general, it is a nice place to visit. (2). It has a broad coverage, but most are short. Then I guess one can always read the reference materials.
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Old   September 17, 1999, 14:49
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clifford bradford
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yes now that i've read through the page properly it seems rather thin especially in the inverse design and optimization sections, in fact the whole thing seems rather thin.
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