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The first four items are the primary references for this program. These references superceed NASA CR-2715a, CR-2715b and CR-2717. The entries on the reference page for the wave drag program are also applicable to TEA201.

  1. Middleton, W.D.; and Lundry, J.L.: A System for Aerodynamic Design and Analysis of Supersonic Aircraft. Part 1 - General Description and Theoretical Development. NASA Contractor Report 3351, December 1980.
  2. Middleton, W.D.; and Lundry, J.L.; and Coleman, R.G.: A System for Aerodynamic Design and Analysis of Supersonic Aircraft. Part 2 - User's Manual. NASA Contractor Report 3352, December 1980.
  3. Middleton, W.D.; and Lundry, J.L.; and Coleman, R.G.: A System for Aerodynamic Design and Analysis of Supersonic Aircraft. Part 3 - Computer Program Description. NASA Contractor Report 3353, December 1980.
  4. Middleton, W.D.; and Lundry, J.L.: A System for Aerodynamic Design and Analysis of Supersonic Aircraft. Part 4 - Test Cases. NASA Contractor Report 3354, December 1980.
  5. Carlson, Harry W.; and Harris, Roy V., Jr.: A Unified System of Supersonic Aerodynamic Analysis. NASA SP-228, 1970, pp. 639-658.
  6. Sommer, Simon C.; and Short, Barbara J.: Free-Flight Measurements of Turbulent-Boundary-Layer Skin Friction in the Presence of Severe Aerodynamic Heating at Mach Numbers From 2.8 to 7.0. NACA Technical Note 3391, March 1955.
  7. Harris, Roy V., Jr.: An Analysis and Correlation of Aircraft Wave Drag. NASA Technical Memorandum X-947, March 1964.
  8. Von Karman, Thoedore: The Problem of Resistance in Compressible Fluids, Convegno di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali sul terra: Le Alte Velocita in Aviazione, Reale Accademia d'Italia, Roma, 1935, pp. 210-265.
  9. Sheppard, L. M.: Methods for Determining the Wave Drag of Non-Lifting Wing Body Combinations. ARC Technical Report R&M No. 3077, 1958.
  10. Lighthill, M. J.: Supersonic Flow Past Slender Bodies of Revolution, the Slope of Whose Meridian Section is Discontinuous. Quarterly J. Mech. & Appl. Math., vol. I, pt. 1, Mar. 1948, pp. 90-102.
  11. Whitham, G. B.: The Flow Pattern of a Supersonic Projectile. Communications Pure & Appl. Math., vol. V, no. 3, Aug. 1952, pp. 301-348.
  12. Middleton, Wilbur D.; and Carlson, Harry W.: A Numerical Method for Calculating Near-Field Sonic-Boom Pressure Signatures. NASA Technical Note D-3082, November 1965.
  13. Carlson, Harry W.; and Middleton, Wilbur D.: A Numerical Method for the Design of Camber Surfaces of Supersonic Wings With Arbitrary Planforms. NASA Technical Note D-2341, June 1964.
  14. Middleton, Wilbur D.; and Carlson, Harry W.: A Numerical Method for Calculating the Flat-Plate Pressure Distributions on Supersonic Wings of Arbitrary Planform. NASA Technical Note D-2570, January 1965.
  15. Sorrells, Russell B.; and Miller, David S.: Numerical Method for Design of Minimum-Drag Supersonic Wing Camber With Constraints on Pitching Moment and Surface Deformation. NASA Technical Note D-7097, December 1972.
  16. Carlson, Harry W.; and Miller, David S.: Numerical Methods for the Design and Analysis of Wings at Supersonic Speeds. NASA Technical Note D-7713, December 1974.
  17. Lomax, Howard; Heaslet, Max A.; and Fuller, Franklyn B.: Integrals and Integral Equations in Linearized Wing Theory. NACA Report 1054, 1951.
  18. Grant, Frederick C.: The Proper Combination of Lift Loadings for Least Drag on a Supersonic Wing. NACA Report 1275, 1956.
  19. Sears, W. R., ed.: General Theory of High Speed Aerodynamics. Princeton Univ. Press, 1954.
  20. Fellows, K. A.; and Carter, E. C.: Results and Analysis on Two Isolated Slender Wings and Slender Wing-Body Combinations at Supersonic Speeds. Part 1 - Analysis. ARC C.P. 1131, 1970.
  21. Rolf, E. F.: Note on the Maximum Attainable Suction on a Body in an Airstream. ARC 16062, 1953.
  22. Carlson, Harry W.; and Mack, Robert J.: Estimation of Leading-Edge Thrust for Supersonic Wings of Arbitrary Planform. NASA Technical Paper 1270, October 1978.
  23. Carlson, Harry W.; Mack, Robert J.; and Barger, Raymond L.: Estimation of Attainable Leading-Edge Thrust for Wings at Subsonic and Supersonic Speeds. NASA Technical Paper 1500, October 1979.
  24. Theodorsen, T.; and Garrick, I. E.: General Potential Theory of Arbitrary Wing Sections. NACA Report 452, 1933.
  25. Nielsen, Jack N.: Missile Aerodynamics. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1960.
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