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Old   July 8, 2010, 14:55
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i downloaded the xfoil free code from this address:

i need that section that used e^n method to predict transition to turbulent,
does anybody know where can i find the code??
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You will be better if you will read the articles in which Dreal describes the theory behind this piece of software. Check the Xfoil Yahoo group you will find all the articles you need.

However what are you locking is in the orrs folder! (The code used for the e^N method).

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