By J. Paul Guyer
2. obstacles OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
3. EQUATIONS OF FLOW
4. importance OF TERMS
5. USE OF EQUATIONS OF FLOW
6. TWO-DIMENSIONAL movement CONDITIONS
7. on hand machine PROGRAMS
8. facts REQUIREMENTS
9. information improvement AND version CALIBRATION
10. instance APPLICATIONS.
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