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Old   November 29, 1999, 05:47
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Sanjeev Kumar
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Dear CFD Junta I have just started my Ph.D in hypersonic nonequilibrium flow. I need a text book on this which is fundamental as well as advance. Will you be so kind enough to provide some information on this?

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Old   November 29, 1999, 13:21
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John C. Chien
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(1). It is much easier to use the Internet and the Internet book stores to search the locations of hypersonic research, and the books . (2). Part of the training of a graduate student is to learn how to use a library ( now, Internet as well) (3). I am sure that there are lot of interesting books and websites out there. Happy surfing to you.
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Old   November 29, 1999, 13:24
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Dear Mr. John Your advise is very appreciatable. I follow the suit. with regards

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Old   November 29, 1999, 14:27
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Rajani Kumar Akula
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Hi Sanjeev,

I am rajani from IITM.You canfind some material related to this in Anderson book "intro to cfd...".Refer AIAA J. from 1980s.All scram jet applications will come under hypersonic flow and also refer "Hypersonic and high tem..."book by Anderson jr. Best of luck and keep in touch.
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Old   November 29, 1999, 14:39
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Hi Rajani I got excited by meeting you at this discussion forum. How is life? I need a fundamental book on this topic apart from Anderson which i have with me. can u please?

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Old   November 29, 1999, 20:12
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There are not so many books in this area. Getting jobs in this area is very difficult. If you think you are outstanding then you will probably find a very good job. So either you get one of the best job that you can dream of or you will be just on the street. There is nothing in between. This area is not for average or above average student. So think about it that whether you want to continue or go in some other field. The choice is yours. Good luck lover boy!
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Old   November 29, 1999, 20:30
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I heard that Dr. Anderson is retiring for many years but it is probably a myth. The old man on his stick keeps on going! going! and going! like the energizer battery.
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Old   November 30, 1999, 01:19
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Churl? Park also write a book of "Nonequilibrium Aerodynamics"?, that's also great. and C. Park published many papers on this topic, you may find his name everywhere on AIAA papers.
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Old   November 30, 1999, 05:01
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Dear Mr.Zhou Thanks a lot for your information. I have found a book by Chul Park "NONEQUILIBRIUM HYPERSONIC AEROTHERMODYNAMICS". I think you mentioned about the same book, right? with regards

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Old   November 30, 1999, 10:34
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Yes, I just forget its name. Hypersonic flow is really hard to study, best wishes for you!
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Old   November 30, 1999, 19:23
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i was reading this thread and i was about to recomend anderson but since you already have it ... why not try some of his references. there'll probably be some texts, paper collections etc
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Old   December 1, 1999, 04:50
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Hi Mr.clifford Thanks for your suggestion.
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