Are you currently pursing either a Diploma in Aerospace Avionics or Aerospace Engineering? Or, are you interested in aircraft and would like to know more about how airplanes are able to fly in the sky despite carrying heavy loads? If the answer is ‘Yes’ to either of the above, I have an excellent book to recommend to you.
Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies focuses on the dynamics of aircrafts’ wings and bodies. Comprising 13 chapters, each chapter has been arranged in a sequential manner to aid readers’ understanding and begins by explaining the fundamentals then subsequently progressing to dealing with the specifics.
The authors have also allocated two separate chapters to explain the aerodynamics of wings and bodies, thereby allowing readers to have a clearer perspective of these two distinct parts. After having understood how these work, the concepts of aircraft flow and drag are explained.
To sum it all, this book will likely serve as a useful tool for aspiring aerospace engineers to analyze problems which they will face under both academic and practical settings. So, perhaps, you may wish to check out this book while studying at RP!
Call number: TL 570 ASH 1985
Written by Chen Si Kai