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- Three-dimensional unsteady Euler euqation solutions using flux vector splitting
- Aeorelastic analysis for helicopter rotor blades with time-variable, nonlinear structural twist and multiple structural redundancy-mathematical derivation and program user's manual
- An efficient method for solving the steady Euler equations
- Derivation of the coupled equations of motion for a beam subjected to three translational accelerations and three rotational accelerations
- Description of the HYSPLIT4̲ modeling system
- Equations of motion of a space station with emphasis on the effects of the gravity gradient
- Flap-lag equations of motion of rigid, articulated rotor blades with three hinge sequences
- Fluidized bed flow equations
- Guiding center drift equations
- HYSPLIT4̲ users's guide
- High resolution schemes and the entropy condition
- Hybrid single-particle Lagrangian integrated trajectories (HY-SPLIT) : model description
- Motion of a material whose particle velocity is a linear function of the spatial position
- Solution of the exact equations for three-dimensional atmospheric entry using directly matched asymptotic expansions
- Solving modal equations of motion with initial conditions using MSC/NASTRAN DMAP, Part 1 | Implementing exact mode superposition
- Solving modal equations of motion with initial conditions using MSC/NASTRAN DMAP, Part 2, Coupled vs. uncoupled integration
- Some aspects of essentially nonoscillatory (ENO) formulations for the Euler equations
- Space station rotational equations of motion
- Spectral methods for the Euler equations : Fourier methods and shock-capturing

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