Orthogonal Coordinate Systems for Three-Dimensional Boundary Layers, with Particular Reference to Ship Forms

Miloh, T. (The University of Iowa) | Patel, V. C. (The University of Iowa)

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Thus, the coordinates are geared to the IN THE CAI, CUL. TION of laminar and turbulent boundary layers potential flow outside the boundary layer, and in order to proceed on arbitrary three-dimensional bodies, such as ship forms or with the boundary-layer calculation it is necessary first to determine shapes of aerodynamic interest, an important problem that has the shape of the streamlines in the potential flow. Quite to be resolved first is the choice of a convenient coordinate system.

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