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  1. Jackson, Charlie M.; and Sawyer, Wallace C.: A Method for Calculating the Aerodynamic Loading on Wing-Body Combinations at Small Angles of Attack in Supersonic Flow. NASA Technical Note D-6441, October 1971.
  2. Pitts, William C.; Nielsen, Jack N.; and Kaatari, George E.: Lift and Center of Pressure of Wing-Body-Tail Combinations at Subsonic, Transonic, and Supersonic Speeds. NACA Report 1307, 1957.
  3. Baals, Donald D.; Robins, A Warner; and Harris, Roy V., Jr.: Aerodynamic Design Integration of Supersonic Aircraft. AIAA Paper No. 68-1018, Oct. 1968.
  4. Carmichael, Ralph L.; and Woodward, Frank A.: An Integrated Approach to the Analysis and Design of Wings and Wing-Body Combinations in Supersonic Flow. NASA Technical Note D-3685, 1966.
  5. Jackson, Charlie M., Jr.; and Smith, Rudeen S.: A Method for Determining the Total Drag of a Pointed Body of Revolution in Supersonic Flow With Turbulent Boundary Layer. NASA Technical Note D-5046, 1969.
  6. Jackson, Charlie M., Jr.; Sawyer, Wallace C.; and Smith, Rudeen S.: Estimation of Zero-Lift Drag of Missile Configurations in Supersonic Flow With Turbulent Boundary Layer. NASA Technical Memorandum X-1890, 1969.
  7. Syvertson, Clarence A.; and Dennis, David H.: A Second-Order Shock-Expansion Method Applicable to Bodies of Revolution Near Zero Lift. NACA Report 1328, 1957. (Supersedes NACA TN 3527.)
  8. Jones, Robert T.: Thin Oblique Airfoils at Supersonic Speed. NACA Report 851, 1946. (Supersedes NACA TN 1107.)
  9. 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, 1965.
  10. Sommer, Simon C.; and Short, Barbara J.: Free-Flight Measurements of Skin Friction of Turbulent Boundary Layers With High Rates of Heat Transfer at High Supersonic Speeds. Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 23, no. 6, June 1956, pp. 536-542.
Public Domain Aeronautical Software (PDAS)