Titze has published more than 400 articles in scientific and educational journals, coedited two books titled Vocal Fold Physiology, and now has three books in print: Principles of Voice Production, The Myoelastic Aerodynamic Theory
of Phonotion, and Fascinations with the Human Voice.
Using the aerodynamic theory
of wind turbine airfoils and blades, they introduce a conformal transformation, propose parametric optimization design methods for different airfoil series with maximum thickness of 12-40%, and validate the aerodynamic performance by wind tunnel experiments.
With the traditional aerodynamic theory
on a finite wing with no sweep, the induced velocity generated by its own bound vortex at an arbitrary location along the lifting line can be ignored.
Many researches have been done in the analysis of panel flutter in supersonic flow (Ma < 5) using the linear aerodynamic theory
such as the first-order piston theory [1-5] or linearized potential flow theory [6-8].
This has encouraged the belief that the Germans were ahead of the rest of the world in aerodynamic theory
and that the adoption of swept-back wings in the next generation of fast jets was due to German theoretical advances being taken over by their former enemies once they had won the war and were able to pillage German laboratories.
He examines both the basic and applied aspects of aerodynamic theory
for students, engineers, and applied physicists, combining theoretical analysis, physical features, and application aspects.
In chapter 10, the author concludes by giving a sociological, even philosophical commentary on the development of aerodynamic theory
and the interactions, both theoretical and human.
In 1926, two years before Mortimer's suggested starting point, following Griffith's paper entitled "An aerodynamic theory
of turbine design," the Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) started research work on axial-flow gas turbines for aircraft propulsion.
AFIT began a research effort in 2007 to locate existing, available data for validating the software and aerodynamic theory
for HALE aircraft.
This result seems counter to basic aerodynamic theory
FLATH.EXE--flutter calculation using Theodorsen's strip aerodynamic theory
for airfoil with (optional) control surface with (optional) tab, V-g method (K-method) of flutter equation solution, FORTRAN 77, Microsoft Fortran Compiler, v.3.3 with library flatippt.lib in MS-Pascal and Assembler.