Updated book collection

Fundamentals of Aerodynamics, by John Anderson Jr.
Aircraft Performance & Design, by John Anderson Jr.
Aircraft Design: Conceptual Approach, by Daniel Raymer
Jan Roskam: Aircraft Design parts 1-7
Jan Roskam: Airplane Flight Dynamics and Automated Flight Controls
Jan Roskam: Airplane Aerodynamics and Performance
Aerodynamics for Engineering Students
MODERN AIRCRAFT DESIGN, Volume 1 5th Edition, by Martin Hollmann.
MODERN AIRCRAFT DESIGN, Volume 2 4th Edition, by Martin Hollmann.
COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT DESIGN. REVISED 2003. By Dr. Hal Loken and Martin Hollmann.
MODERN AIRCRAFT DRAFTING by Eric and Martin Hollmann.
ADVANCED AIRCRAFT DESIGN by Martin Hollmann.
BRUCE CARMICHAEL’S PERSONAL AIRCRAFT DRAG REDUCTION
Theory of Flight
Aerodynamics for Engineers
Model aircraft aerodynamics
Smith: Illustrated guide to aerodynamics
Ron Wanttaja: Kit airplane construction
Bingelis: Sportplane construction techniques
Performance of Light Aircraft
Synthesis of Subsonic Aircraft Design
Theoretical Aerodynamics
Hoerner: Fluid Dynamic Drag
Flight Performance of Aircraft
Design of the Airplane
Burt Rutan: Moldless composite sandwitch aircraft consrtuction

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    • Patrick
    • January 20th, 2009

    If you are looking to expand your library on aerodynamics or just aviation in general, I would recommend “everything explained for the professional pilot”.

    It’s not just for aerodynamics but it has a little bit about everything and plenty of pilot humor.

    • Patrick
    • January 20th, 2009

    If you are looking to expand your library on aerodynamics or just aviation in general, I would recommend “everything explained for the professional pilot”.

    It’s not just for aerodynamics but it has a little bit about everything and plenty of pilot humor.

    • gonzo
    • April 7th, 2009

    Hi I am interested in these books because I am doing my project in aeronautical engineering degree to know whether I would have in digital format
    thanks my email is asgdark@hotmail.com

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