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Transition at Low-Re Numbers for some Airfoils at High Subsonic Mach Numbers

By Ünver Kaynak, Samet Çaka Çakmakçıoğlu and Mustafa Serdar Genç

Submitted: June 19th 2011Reviewed: January 31st 2012Published: April 4th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/38391

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