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Hoerber page was last edited on 10 Novemberat The technical publishing houses in New York City were not confident enough to bring a book as specialized as this to the market. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
With the rapid progress in aerodynamics over the years, he prepared an update to the book, which was published in Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. While substantial knowledge on this subject has been learned sincethis book is often the starting point in work where aerodynamic drag must be calculated.
Aerodynamicists Aviation pioneers German aerospace engineers American aerospace engineers births deaths Technical University of Munich alumni Operation Paperclip 20th-century American engineers. Hydraulicians in EuropeVolume 2p. Hoerner prepared a manuscript for the book Aerodynamic Drag. Hoerner was married to Liselotte A.
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After the war, he was “invited” Operation Paperclip to emigrate to the United States, where he worked in aerodynamics at Wright Field in Ohio. This book, like its companion, contains documentation of the worldwide knowledge on the generation of aerodynamic lift and is still used heavily.
Sighard F. Hoerner
From there, he went to Junkerswhere he worked dyna,ic the head of design aerodynamics, before going to Messerschmittwhere he worked as a research aerodynamicist during World War II. In andDr.
As a livt, he published the book himself inusing a photo-offset process and sold copies of the book by mail order from his home. After his death, she continued the mail order business, selling copies of both books to engineers around the world. Hoerner studied mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Munichearning a Dipl.
Hoerner a contract in the mids to write a companion volume Fluid-Dynamic Lift. Co-authored with Henry V.
This book contains documentation of the worldwide knowledge at fluix time of the sources of aerodynamic drag and the means to quantify aerodynamic drag.
Hoerner died before publication. Finally, he obtained a degree as Dr.