By Biringen S., Chow C.-Y.

ISBN-10: 0470102268

ISBN-13: 9780470102268

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5) to eliminate fi . 2). 1). 9).

7 was based may be improved. In that analysis we subdivide a vortex sheet into small spanwise intervals and replace each one by a point vortex at the center. Since the sheet strength γ is not uniform, the vortices within each subdivision will generally induce a velocity at its center. Thus, the discrete vortex placed there will move under its own influence. This motion was not taken into account, although its magnitude may be small compared with the sum of those induced there by other point vortices.

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