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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, June 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, April 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, August 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, February 1979.
  13. Craidon, C.B.: Description of a Digital Computer Program for Airplane Configuration Plots. NASA Technical Memorandum X-2074, September 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, April 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, March 1964.
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