2 edition of Preliminary tests on the Salford 5.9 inch square supersonic blowdown tunnel found in the catalog.
Preliminary tests on the Salford 5.9 inch square supersonic blowdown tunnel
by University of Salford, Department of Mechanical Engineering in Salford
Written in English
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