The first three documents are the primary references.

- Gentry, Arvel E.; Smyth, Douglas N.; and Oliver, Wayne R.: The Mark IV Supersonic-Hypersonic Arbitrary-Body Program. Volume I - Users Manual. AFFDL-TR-73-159, volume I, USAF Flight Dynamics Laboratory. November 1973.
- Gentry, Arvel E.; Smyth, Douglas N.; and Oliver, Wayne R.: The Mark IV Supersonic-Hypersonic Arbitrary-Body Program. Volume II - Program Formulation. AFFDL-TR-73-159, volume II, USAF Flight Dynamics Laboratory. November 1973.
- Gentry, Arvel E.; Smyth, Douglas N.; and Oliver, Wayne R.: The Mark IV Supersonic-Hypersonic Arbitrary-Body Program. Volume III - Program Listing. AFFDL-TR-73-159, volume III, USAF Flight Dynamics Laboratory. November 1973.
- Gentry, A.E.; and Smyth, D.N.: Hypersonic Arbitrary-Body Aerodynamic Computer Program, Mark III Version, Volume I, User's Manual, Volume II, Program Formulation and Listing, Douglas Report DAC 61552, April 1968.
- Gentry, A.E.: Hypersonic Arbitrary-Body Aerodynanic Computer Program (Mark II), Volume I, User's Manual and Volume II, Program Formulation and Listing, Douglas Report No. DAC 56080, March 1967.
- Ames Research Staff: Equations, Tables, and Charts for Compressible Flow, NACA Report 1135, 1953.
- Bertram, M.H.; and Henderson, A., Jr.: Recent Hypersonic Studies of Wings and Bodies, American Rocket Society Journal, Volume 31, No. 8, August 1961.
- Bertram, M.H.; and Blackstock, T.A.: Some Simple Solutions to the Problem of Predicting Boundary-Layer Self-Induced Pressures, NASA TN D-798, April 1961.
- Bertram, M.H.: Hypersonic Laminar Viscous Interaction Effects on the Aerodynamics of Two-Dimensional Wedge and Triangular Planform Wings, NASA TN D-3523, August 1966.
- Bradley, R.C.; and Miller, B.D.: Lifting Surface Theory Advances and Applications, AIAA Paper No. 70-192, 8th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, New York, January 19-21, 1970.
- Bromley, L.A.; and Wilke, C.R.: Viscosity at Low Temperatures, University of California TR HE-150-157.
- Carmichael, R.L.: A Critical Evaluation of Methods for Computing Wing-Body Interference at Supersonic Speeds, ICAS Paper No. 68-08, Sixth Congress of the ICAS, Munich, Germany, September 9-13, 1968.
- Collingbourne, J.R.: An Empirical Prediction Method for the Non-Linear Normal Force on Thin Wings at Supersonic Speeds, Aeronautical Research Council CP-662, Great Britain, 1963.
- Collingborne, J.R.; Crabtree, L.F.; and Bartlett, W.J.: A Semi-Empirical Prediction Method for Pressures on the Windward Surface of Circular Cones at Incidence at High Supersonic and Hypersonic Speeds (M>=3), Aeronautical Research Council, C.P. No.792, January 1964.
- Cohen, C.B., and Reshotko, E., The Compressible Laminar Boundary Layer with Heat Transfer and Arbitrary Pressure Gradient, NACA Report 1294, 1956.
- Coons, S.A.: Surfaces for Computer-Aided Design of Space Figures, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Preprint No. 299.
- Eckert, E.R.G.: Survey on Heat Transfer at High Speeds, WADC TR 54-70, April 1954.
- Eggers, A.J.; and Syvertson, C.A.: Inviscid Flow about Airfoils at High Supersonic Speeds, NACA TN 2646, March 1952.
- Eggers, A.J., Jr.; Syvertson, C.A., and Kraus, S.: A Study of Inviscid Flow About Airfoils at High Supersonic Speeds, NACA Report 1123, 1953.
- Eggers, A.J., Jr.; and Savin, R.C.: A Unified Two-Dimensional Approach to the Calculation of Three-Dimensional Hypersonic Flows, with Application to Bodies of Revolution, NACA Report 1249, 1955.
- Epstein, P.S.: On the Air Resistance of Projectiles, Proc. National Academy Sci. U.S.A., Vol. 17, pages 552-547, 1931.
- Fetterman, D.E.: A Method for Predicting the Normal Force Characteristics of Delta Wings at Angles of Attack from 0° to 90°, NASA TM X-757, March 1963.
- Goldberg, L.: The Structure of the Viscous Hypersonic Shock Layer, General Electric Report R65SD50, December 1965.
- Goldberg, L.: Forces and Moments on the Front Face of a Blunt Lifting Reentry Vehicle, General Electric Report R66SD21, April 1966.
- Grabau, M.: A Method of Forming Continuous Empirical Equations for the Thermodynamic Properties of Air From Ambient Temperatures to 15,000°K, with Applications, AEDC-TN-59-102, August 1959.
- Granville, P.S.: The Calculation of the Viscous Drag of Bodies of Revolution, Report 849, David Taylor Model Basin, July, 1953.
- Gregorek, G.M.; Nark, T.C.; and Lee, J.D.: An Experimental Investigation of the Surface Pressure and Laminar Boundary Layer on a Blunt Flat Plate in Hypersonic Flow, Vol.I, ASD-TDR-62-792, March 1963.
- Griffith, B.J.: Comparison of Data from the Gemini Flights and AEDC-VKF Wind Tunnels, AEDC-TR-66-178, October 1966.
- Hammitt, A.G.; and Murthy, K.R.: Approximate Solutions for Supersonic Flow Over Wedges and Cones, Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, January 1960, pp. 71-73.
- Hankey, W.L., Jr.: Optimization of Lifting Re-Entry Vehicles, ASD-TDR-62-1102, March 1963.
- Hansen, C.F.: Approximations for the Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of High Temperature Air, NACA TN-4150, 1958.
- Harder, R.L.; and Desmarais, R.N.: Interpolation Using Surface Splines, Journal of Aircraft, Volume 9, No. 2, February 1972, pp. 189-191.
- Hayes, W.D.; and Probstein, R.F.: Hypersonic Flow Theory, Volume I, Inviscid Flows, Second Edition (1966), Academic Press, New York.
- Hayes, W.D.; and Probstein, R.F.: Hypersonic Flow Theory, Vol. 5, Academic Press, 1959.
- Hayes, W.D.; and Probstein, L.F.: Hypersonic Flow Theory, Academic Press, 1959.
- Henderson, A., Jr.; and Braswell, D.O.: Charts for Conical and Two Dimensional Oblique Shock Flow Parameters in Helium at Mach Numbers From About 1 to 100, NASA TN D-819, Jun,: 1961,
- Hess, J.L.; and Riddell, T.M.: Direct Solutions of a Square Matrix Whose Size Greatly Exceeds High-Speed Storage, McDonnell Douglas Report DAC 70000, July 1969.
- Hess, J.L.; and Smith, A.M.O.: Calculation of Non-Lifting Potential Flow About Arbitrary Three-Dimensional Bodies, Douglas Report No. ES 40622, March 1962.
- Hilsenrath, J.; and Klein, M.: Tables of Thermodynamic Properties of Air in Chemical Equilibrium Including Second Virial Corrections from 1500°K to 15,000°K, AEDC-TR-65-58, March 1965.
- Inouye, M.; Rakich, J.V.; and Lomax, H.: A Description of Numerical Methods and Computer Programs for Two-Dimensional and Axisymmetric Supersonic Flow Over Blunt-Nosed and Flared Bodies, NASA TN D-2970, August 1965.
- Jackson, C.M.; and Smith, R.S.: A Method for Determining the Total Drag of a Pointed Body of Revolution in Supersonic Flow With Turbulent Boundary Layer, NASA TN D-5046, March 1969.
- Jackson, C.M.; and Sawyer, W.C.: A Method for Calculating the Aerodynamic Loading on Wing-Body Combinations at Small Angles of Attack in Supersonic Flow, NASA TN D-6441, October 1971.
- Jernell, L.S.: Comparisons of Theoretical and Experimental Pressure Distributions Over a Wing-Body Model at High Supersonic Speeds, NASA TN D-6480, September 1971.
- Jones, D.J.: Tables of Inviscid Supersonic Flow About Circular Cones at Incidence, gamma=1.4, AGARDograph 137, November 1969.
- Jones, D.J.: A Pressure Formula for an Inclined Circular Cone in Supersonic Flow, gamma = 1.4, AIAA Journal, February 1972, pp.234-236.
- Kaufman, L.G., II: Pressure Estimation Techniques for Hypersonic Flows Over Blunt Bodies, Journal of Astronautical Sciences, Volume X, No. 2, Summer 1963.
- Kaups, K.; and Keltner, G.: Laminar Compressible Boundary Layer on a Yawed Infinite Wing, Douglas Deport No. LB 32706, March 1967.
- Kaattari, G.E.: Estimation of Directional Stability Derivatives at Moderate Angles and Supersonic Speeds, NASA Memo 12-1-58A.
- Kaufman, L.G.,II.: Pressure Estimation Techniques for Hypersonic Flows over Blunt Bodies, Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, Volume X, No. 2, Summer 1963.
- Korn, G.A.; and Korn, T.M.: Mathematical Handbook for Scientists and Engineers, McGraw-Hill, April 1961.
- Lee, J.D.: Pressures on the Blunt Plate Wing at Supersonic and Hypersonic Speeds, FDL-TDR-64-102, July 1964.
- Lees, L.: Hypersonic Flow, Fifth International Aeronautical Conference Proceedings, June 1955.
- Levis, C.H.; and Burgess, E.G., III: Empirical Equations for Thermodynamic Properties of Air and Nitrogen to 15,000°K, AEDC-TDR-63-138, July 1963.
- Liepmann, H.W.; and Roshko, A.: Elements of Gasdynamics, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1957.
- Love, E.S.: Generalized Newtonian Theory, Journal of Aerospace Sciences (Readers Forum), Vol. 26, No. 5, May 1959, pages 314-315.
- Love, E.S.; Henderson, A., Jr.; and Bertram, M.H.: Some Aspects of the Air-Helium Simulation and Hypersonic Approximations, NASA TN D-49, October 1959.
- Lukasiewicz, J.: Hypersonic Flow-Blast Analogy, AEDC-TR-61-4, June 1961.
- McLellan, C.H.; Bertram, M.H.; and Moore, J.A.: An Investigation of Four Wings of Square Planform at a Mach Number of 6.86 in the Langley 11-inch Hypersonic Tunnel, NACA Research Memorandum L51 D17, June 1951.
- McNally, W.D., FORTRAN Program for Calculating Compressible Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers in Arbitrary Pressure Gradients, NASA TN D-5681, May 1970.
- Michel, R.; and Kretzschmar, G.: Determination Theorique D'une Enthalpie de Reference Pour la Couche Limite Laminiaire de la Plaque Plane, Influence due Nombre de Prandtl, O.N.E.R.A. Report T.P. No. 41, 1963.
- Monaghan, R.J.: An Approximate Solution of the Compressible Laminar Boundary Layer on a Flat Plate, British R & M No 2760, 1953.
- Neal, L., Jr.: Average Pressure and Skin Friction on Tapered Plates Hypersonic Flow, J. Spacecraft, Volume 3, No. 6, June 1966, pp. 945-946.
- Roberts, M.L.: Newtonian Aerodynamic Coefficients for and Arbitrary -Body, Including "All Shadowed" Areas, J. Spacecraft, Volume 7, No. 9, September 1970.
- Sasman, P.K.; and Cresci, R.J.: Compressible Turbulent Boundary Layer with Pressure Gradient and Heat Transfer, AIAA Journal, Volume 4, No. 1, January 1966, pp.19-25.
- Savin, R.C.: Application of the Generalized Shock-Expansion Method to Inclined Bodies of Revolution Traveling at High Supersonic Speeds, NACA TN 3349, April 1955.
- Schlichting, H., Boundary Layer Theory. Sixth Ed., McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1968.
- Schlichting, H., and Ulrich, A., Zur Berechnung des Umschlages Laminar-Turbulent, Jahrbuch d. dt. Luftfahrtforschung, No. 1. 1942, --. 8-35.
- Schwartz, L.W.: Comment on 'An Empirical Expression for Drag Coefficients of Cones at Supersonic Speeds', AIAA Journal, March 1969, pp. 572-573.
- Seiff, A.: Secondary Flow Fields Embedded in Hypersonic Shock Layers, NASA TN D-1304, May 1962.
- Seiff, A.; and Whiting, E.E.: Calculation of Flow Fields from Bow Wave Profiles for the Downstream Region of Blunt Nosed Circular Cylinders in Axial Hypersonic Flight, NASA TN D-1147, 1961.
- Shapiro, A.H.: The Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Fluid Flow, The Ronald Press, 1953.
- Sieron, T.R.; and Martinez, C., Jr.: Effects and Analysis of Mach Number and Reynolds Number on Laminar Skin Friction at Hypersonic Speeds, AFFDL-TR-65-5, April 1965.
- Sivells, J.C.; and Payne, R.G.: A Method of Calculating Turbulent-Boundary-Layer Growth at Hypersonic Mach Numbers, AEDC-TR-59-3, March 1959.
- Spalding, D.B.; and Chi, S.W.: The Drag of a Compressible Turbulent Boundary Layer on a Smooth Flat Plate With and Without Heat Transfer, J. Fluid Mechanics, Volume 18, Part 1, January 1964, pp. 117-143.
- Syvertson, C.A., and Dennis, D.H.: A Second-Order Shock-Expansion Method Applicable to Bodies of Revolution Near Zero Lift, NACA Report 1328, 1957.
- Van Dyke, M.D.: Second-Order Slender-Body Theory - Axisymmetric Flow, NASA TR R-47, 1959.
- Van Dyke, M.D.: A Study of Hypersonic Small-Disturbance Theory, NACA Report 1194, l954.
- Van Tassell, W.: Free-Molecular and Newtonian Coefficients for Arbitrary Bodies, RAD-TM-63-63, August 1963.
- White, F.M., Jr.: Hypersonic Laminar Viscous Interactions of Inclined Flat Plates, American Rocket Society Journal, May 1962.
- Witcofski, R.D.; and Marcum, D.C., Jr.: Effect of Thickness and Sweep Angle on the Longitudinal Aerodynamic Characteristics of Slab Delta Planforms at a Mach Number of 20, NASA TN D-3459, June 1966.
- Woodward, F.A., A Unified Approach to the Analysis and Design of Wing-Body Combinations at Subsonic and Supersonic Speeds, AIAA Paper No. 68-55, January 22-24, 1968.