still used
McDonnel Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Antony Jameson, Princeton University, mentioned his CFD, FL067, in 1989, and the rest of the aerospace community were leaning on:
Lord Kelvin's theorem
Osborne Reynolds
KuttaJoukowski
Ludwig Prandtl
Von Karmann's vortex street
Jones slender wing theory
Hayes theory of linearized supersonic flow
Hermann Schlicting's Boundary Layer Theory
NavierStokes equations
Cartesian tensor notation
Inviscid Euler equations
Crocco's theorem
Prandtl Glauert equation
Laplace equation
Galerkin Method
total variation diminishing (TVD)
upwind biasing
rotated difference scheme
firstorder accurate
secondorder accurate
multidimension Euler equations
flux limiters
CourantFriedrichsLewy (CFL) condition
Newtonian iteration
GaussSeidel method
Jacobi method
RungeKutta schemes
Blended multistage schemes
multigrid timestepping
elliptic equations
hyerbolic systems
Hyperbolic marching methods
potential flow equation by Bristeau et al.
control theory
conformal mapping
constrained optimization
partial differential equations
perturbation analysis
Lagrange multiplier
integration by parts
turbulence models
dissociation and chemical reactions at high temperatures
massively parallel computers
sophisticated preprocessing
sophisticated postprocessing
integrated computer graphics
NACA
AIAA
American Mathematical Society
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering
IMA Conference on Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics
NASA
Von Karmann Institute for Fluid Dynamics
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