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The first reference is the primary reference for this program.

  1. Mason, William H.; and Rosen, Bruce S.: The COREL and W12SC3 Computer Programs for Supersonic Wing Design and Analysis. NASA Contractor Report 3676, 1983.
  2. Miller, D.S.; Carlson, H.W.; and Middleton, W.D.: A Linearized Theory Method of Constrained Optimization for Supersonic Cruise Wing Design. Proc. of the SCAR Conf., NASA Conference Publication CP-001, November 1976.
  3. Mason, W.H.; and Miller, D.S.: Controlled Supercritical Crossflow on Supersonic Wings - An Experimental Validation. AIAA Paper No. 80-1421, July, 1980.
  4. Mason, W.H.; and DaForno, G.: Opportunities for Supersonic Performance Gains Through Non-Linear Aerodynamics. AIAA Paper No. 79-1527, July 1979.
  5. Grossman, B., A Numerical Procedure for the Computation of Supersonic Conical Flows. AIAA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 8, Aug. 1979, pp. 828-837.
  6. Woodward, F.A.: An Improved Method for the Aerodynamic Analysis of Wing-Body-Tail Configurations in Subsonic and Supersonic Flow. NASA Contractor Report 2228, Parts I and II, 1973.
  7. Craidon, C.B.: A Computer Program for Fitting Smooth Surfaces to an Aircraft Configuration and Other Three-Dimensional Geometries. NASA Technical Memorandum X-3206, 1975.
  8. Siclari, M.J.; and Marconi F.: Analysis and Design of Supersonic Aircraft Based on Inviscid Nonlinear Eulerian Equations, Part I, Rotational Euler Solutions with Explicit Shock Fitting. AFWAL TR-80-3110, October 1980, pp. 53-56.
  9. Woodward, F.A.: USSAERO Computer Program Development, Versions B and C. NASA Contractor Report 3227, 1980.
  10. Woodward, F.A.; Tinoco, E.N.; and Larsen, J.W.: Analysis and Design of Supersonic Wing-Body Combinations, Including Flow Properties in the Near Field, Part I - Theory and Application. NASA Contractor Report 73106, 1967.
  11. Cenko, A.: Advances in Supersonic Configuration Design Methods. Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 17, No. 2, Feb. 1980, pp. 119-126.
  12. Carlson, H.W.: A Modification to Linearized Theory for Prediction of Pressure Loadings on Lifting Surfaces at High Supersonic Mach Numbers and Large Angles of Attack. NASA Technical Publication 1406, 1979.
  13. Craidon, C.B.: Description of a Digital Computer Program for Airplane Configuration Plots. NASA Technical Memorandum X-2074, 1970.
  14. Miller, D.S.; Landrum, E.J.; Townsend, J.C.; and Mason, W.H.: Pressure and Force Data for a Flat Wing and a Warped Conical Wing Having a Shockless Recompression at Mach 1.62. NASA Technical Publication 1759, 1981.
  15. Siclari, M.J.; and Grossman, B.: Analysis and Design of Supersonic Aircraft Based on Inviscid Nonlinear Eulerian Equations, Part II, Nonlinear Potential Flow Solutions with Shock Capturing. AFWAL TR-80-3110, October 1980.
  16. Mason, W.H.: Experimental Pressure Distributions and Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Demonstration Wing for a Wing Concept for Supersonic Maneuvering. Grumman Aerodynamics Report 393-82-02, July 1982.
  17. Grossman, B.; and Siclari, M.J.: The Nonlinear Supersonic Potential Flow over Delta Wings. AIAA Paper No. 80-0269, January 1980.
  18. Mason, W.H.: Experimental Pressure Distributions and Aerodynamic Characteristics of Flat and Cambered Conceptual Wing-Body and Wing-Body-Canard. Grumman Aerodynamics Report 393-81-1, October 1981.
  19. Harris, R.V., Jr.: An Analysis and Correlation of Aircraft Wave Drag. NASA Technical Memorandum X-947, 1964.
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