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A review of all approaches to calculate aerodynamics, allowing engineers to see the pros and cons of each approach, and setting the stage for a semi-empirical approach. It contains many approximate aerodynamic methods, bringing together both linearized and nonlinear aerodynamic methods. Frankie G. Moore has had 30 years' experience in weapons development and seeks to bridge the gap between the academic textbook and practical application. Practising engineers should value the book's emphasis on understanding the physics involved, understanding the assumptions made to get to the approximate approaches, and on showing final equations used in the solution process.
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Frank A. Moore (November 5, 1844 – September 25, 1918) was an American politician and judge in the state of Oregon.
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