Springer Verlag Books
Books editi da Springer Verlag con argomento Aerodynamics
What Makes Airplanes Fly?
Wegener Peter P.
edizioni Springer Verlag collana Springer Verlag (Hardcover), 1996
How can an airplane weighing many tons stay aloft for many hours, flying so smoothly that passengers may feel less like they are moving than they would in a car? The answer, of course, lies in the wings and in the air they are moving through. The study of this flow of air is part of the science of aerodynamics.This...
edizioni Springer Verlag collana Springer Verlag (Hardcover), 2009
This textbook gives an introduction, with extensive historical notes, to the principal disciplines of aeronautics. The principles of applied aerodynamics, aircraft propulsion, flight performances, stability and control of conventional subsonic aircraft are augmented by overviews of helicopter technology and high speed...
Wind Effects on Buildings and Design of Wind-sensitive Structures
Stathopoulos Ted (EDT)
Baniotopoulos Charalambos C. (EDT)
edizioni Springer Verlag collana Springer Verlag (Paperback), 2007
Written by seven internationally known experts, the articles in this book present the fundamentals and practical applications of contemporary wind engineering. It covers complex problems in wind-building interaction from the perspective of a structural designer, examining both experimental and computational approaches...
Schulte-Werning Burkhard (EDT)
Gregoire Remi (EDT)
Malfatti Antonio (EDT)
Matschke Gerd (EDT)
edizioni Springer Verlag collana Springer Verlag (Hardcover), 2002
This volume contains the results obtained by a symposium which took place in Paris, France, on May 04-05, 1999, hosted by the International Union of Railways, UIC. This symposium was organised within the framework of the Brite/Euram project TRANSAERO. The TRANSAERO project bundles the expertise of three railway companies...