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- Wind-tunnel pressure data at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 4.63 for a series of bodies of revolution at angles of attack from -4 ̊to 60 ̊/
- A Method for determining the aerodynamic characteristics of two- and three-dimensional shapes at hypersonic speeds
- A comparison of the experimental subsonic pressure distributions about several bodies of revolution with pressure distributions computed by means of the linearized theory
- A computer program to calculate the physical properties of a system of coaxial bodies of revolution
- A magnus theory for bodies of revolution
- A pressure-distribution investigation of a fineness-ratio-12.2 parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at M : 1.59 and angles of attack up to 36°
- Accuracy of approximate methods for predicting pressures on pointed nonlifting bodies of revolution in supersonic flow
- Aerodynamic investigation of a parabolic body of revolution at Mach number of 1.92 and some effects of an annular supersonic jet exhausting from the base
- Aerodynamic-heating data obtained from free-flight tests between Mach numbers of 1 and 5
- An analysis of the applicability of the hypersonic similarity law to the study of flow about bodies of revolution at zero angle of attack
- An analysis of the pressure distribution measured on a body of revolution at transonic speeds in the slotted test section of the Langley 8-foot transonic tunnel
- Average skin-friction coefficients from boundary-layer measurements on an ogive-cylinder body in flight at supersonic speeds
- Average skin-friction drag coefficients from tank tests of a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10)
- Boundary-layer studies on spinning bodies of revolution
- Calculation of compressible potential flow past slender bodies of revolution by an integral method
- Diffraction of sound by objects in the one-wavelength size range
- Drag measurements at transonic speeds of two bodies of fineness ratio 9 with different locations of maximum body diameter
- Effect of spin on aerodynamic properties of bodies of revolution
- Effects of some external-store mounting arrangements and store shapes on the buffet and drag characteristics of wingless rocket-powered models at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.4
- Experimental investigation of temperature recovery factors on bodies of revolution at supersonic speeds
- Experimental investigation of the effects of support interference on the drag of bodies of revolution at a Mach number of 1.5
- Flight investigation at high-subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds to determine zero-lift drag of fin-stabilized bodies of revolution having fineness ratios of 12.5, 8.91, and 6.04 and varying positions of maximum diameter
- Flow over a slender body of revolution at supersonic velocities
- Free-flight measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer to Mach number 3.9 and of drag to Mach number 6.9 of a fin-stabilized cone-cylinder configuration
- Free-flight measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer to Mach number 3.9 and of drag to Mach number 6.9 of a fin-stabilized cone-cylinder configuration
- Investigation at supersonic speeds of the variation with Reynolds number and Mach number of the total, base, and skin-friction drag of seven boattail bodies of revolution designed for minimum wave drag
- Investigation of the drag of blunt-nosed bodies of revolution in free flight at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 2.3
- Investigation of the variation with Reynolds number of the base, wave, and skin-friction drag of a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93, and 2.41 in the Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel
- Investigations at supersonic speeds of the base pressure on bodies of revolution with and without sweptback stabilizing fins
- Nonlinear motion of an asymmetric body with variable roll rate
- Nonlinear resonances in the motion of rolling reentry bodies
- Prediction of normal force, pitching moment, and yawing force on bodies of revolution at angles of attack up to 50 degrees using a concentrated vortex flow-field model
- Preliminary investigation of the effects of heat transfer on boundary-layer transition on a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at a Mach number of 1.61
- Preliminary surveys of the three dimensional boundary layer on a yawed, spinning body of revolution
- Pressure distribution and some effects of viscosity on slender inclined bodies of revolution
- Pressure measurements on a body of revolution in the Langley 16-foot transonic tunnel and a comparison with free-fall data
- Surface flow angles on an ogive cylinder at angle of attack in supersonic flow
- The characteristics of a laminar boundary layer on a spinning tangent ogive cylinder at angle of attack
- The effect of base bleed on the drag and magnus characteristics of a rotating body of revolution
- The effects of a small jet of air exhausting from the nose of a body of revolution in supersonic flow
- The flow past a straight- and a swept-wing-body combination and their equivalent bodies of revolution at Mach numbers near 1.0
- The flow past a straight- and a swept-wing-body combination and their equivalent bodies of revolution at Mach numbers near 1.0
- Theoretical investigation at subsonic speeds of the flow ahead of a slender inclined parabolic-arc body of revolution and correlation with experimental data obtained at low speeds
- Theoretical investigation of transonic similarity for bodies of revolution
- Wind-tunnel force and flow visualization data at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 4.63 for a series of bodies of revolution at angles of attack from -4 ̊to 60 ̊/

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