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The first item is the primary reference for this program.

  1. Lamar, John E.: A Vortex-Lattice Method for the Mean Camber Shapes of Trimmed Noncoplanar Planforms with Minimum Vortex Drag. , NASA Technical Note D-8090, June 1976.
  2. Lamar, John E.: A Modified Multhopp Approach for Predicting Lifting Pressures and Camber Shape for Composite Planforms in Subsonic Flow. NASA Technical Note D-4427, July 1968, and Supplement to D-4427.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Margason, Richard J.; and Lamar, John E.: Vortex-Lattice FORTRAN Program for Estimating Subsonic Aerodynamic Characteristics of Complex Planforms. NASA Technical Note D-6142, February 1971.
  6. Lundry, J. L.: A Numerical Solution for the Minimum Induced Drag, and the Corresponding Loading, of Nonplanar Wings. NASA Contractor Report 1218, November 1968.
  7. Loth, John L.; and Boyle, Robert E.: Optimum Loading on Nonplanar Wings at Minimum Induced Drag. Aerosp. Eng. TR-19 (Contract N00014-68-A-1512), West Virginia Univ., Aug. 1969. (Available from DDC as AD 704 502.)
  8. Munk, Max M.: The Minimum Induced Drag of Aerofoils. NACA Report 121, 1921.
  9. Milne-Thomson, L. M.: Theoretical Aerodynamics. Second ed. D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 1952.
  10. Abbott, Ira H.; Von Doenhoff, Albert E.; and Stivers, Louis S., Jr.: Summary of Airfoil Data. NACA Report 824, 1945. (Supersedes NACA WR L-560.)
  11. Katzoff, S.; Faison, M. Frances; and DuBose, Hugh C.: Determination of Mean Camber Surfaces for Wings Having Uniform Chordwise Loading and Arbitrary Spanwise Loading in Subsonic Flow. NACA Report 1176, 1954. (Supersedes NACA TN 2908.)
  12. Henderson, William P.: Pressure Distributions on a Cambered Wing-Body Configuration at Subsonic Mach Numbers. NASA Technical Note D-7946, July 1975.
  13. Henderson, William P.; and Huffman, Jarrett K.: Effect of Wing Design on the Longitudinal Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Wing-Body Model at Subsonic Speeds. NASA Technical Note D-7099, 1972.
  14. Henderson, William P.; and Huffman, Jarrett K.: Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Tandem Wing Configuration at a Mach Number of 0.30. NASA Technical Memorandum X-72779, October 1975.
  15. Carmichael, Ralph L.; Castellano, Charles R.; and Chen, Chuan F.: The Use of Finite Element Methods for Predicting the Aerodynamics of Wing-Body Combinations. Analytic Methods in Aircraft Aerodynamics, NASA Special Publication 228, 1969, pp. 37-51.
  16. Rubbert, P. E.; Saaris, G. R.; Scholey, M. B.; Standen, N. M.; and Wallace, R. E.: A General Method for Determining the Aerodynamic Characteristics of Fan-in-Wing Configurations. Vol. I - Theory and Application. USAAVLABS Tech. Rep. 67-61A, U.S. Army, Dec. 1967.
  17. Rubbert, Paul E.: Theoretical Characteristics of Arbitrary Wings by a Non-Planar Vortex Lattice Method. Doc. No. D6-9244, Boeing Co., Feb. 1964.
  18. Hedman, Sven G.: Vortex Lattice Method for Calculation of Quasi Steady State Loadings on Thin Elastic Wings in Subsonic Flow. FFA Rep. 105, Aeronaut. Res. Inst. Swed., 1966.
  19. James, R. M.: On the Remarkable Accuracy of the Vortex Lattice Discretization in Thin Wing Theory. Rep. No. DAC 67211, McDonnell Douglas, Feb. 1969.
  20. Giesing, Joseph P.: Lifting Surface Theory for Wing-Fuselage Combinations. Rep. DAC-67212, Vol. I, McDonnell Douglas, Aug. 1, 1968.
  21. Belotserkovskii, S. M.: Special Features of Subsonic Flow Past Wings of Complex Plan-Form. Libr. Transl. 1297, Brit. R.A.E., Apr. 1968.
  22. Dulmovits, John: A Lifting Surface Method for Calculating Load Distributors and the Aerodynamic Influence Coefficient Matrix for Wings in Subsonic Flow. Rep. No. ADR 01-02-64.1, Grumman Aircraft Eng. Corp., Aug. 1964.
  23. Albano, Edward; and Rodden, William P.: A Doublet-Lattice Method for Calculating Lift Distributions on Oscillating Surfaces in Subsonic Flows. AIAA Journal, vol. 7, no. 2, Feb. 1969, pp. 279-285.
  24. Woodward, Frank A.: Analysis and Design of Wing-Body Combinations at Subsonic and Supersonic Speeds. Journal of Aircraft, vol. 5, no. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1968, pp. 528-534.
  25. Campbell, George S.: A Finite-Step Method for the Calculation of Span Loadings of Unusual Plan Forms. NACA Research Memorandum L50L13, 1951.
  26. Blackwell, James A., Jr.: A Finite-Step Method for Calculation of Theoretical Load Distributions for Arbitrary Lifting-Surface Arrangements at Subsonic Speeds. NASA Technical Note D-5335, 1969.
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