TsAGI Science Journal
Aims and Scope
TsAGI Science Journal is a bimonthly periodical publication from the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute named Prof. N.E. Zhukovsky.
This journal publishes scholarly work submitted by the staff at TsAGI and from other organizations in the areas of mechanics and control processes in the framework of fundamental problems and problems in the progress of aviation and cosmonautics, industrial aerodynamic, and hydrodynamics of rapid motion. One of the main undertakings for the present edition of the journal is the publication of methods which can be the basics for effective engineering computation and design. Essential topics for this journal are physical and mathematical modeling of real processes, numerical methods and algorithms, and optimization problems. Manuscripts can also relate to corresponding problems in aerodynamic as well as hydrodynamics of high-speed motion, problems of flight mechanics and fluid mechanics, plasma mechanics, deformation mechanics, stability, vibration of bodies and constructions under various influences such as aerohydrodynamic, thermal, and others.
TsAGI Science Journal is intended to be of interest and use to scientists and engineers.
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DESIGN OF INTEGRAL CONTROL ALGORITHMS FOR FLY-BY-WIRE CONTROL SYSTEM OF ADVANCED HIGH-SPEED HELICOPTER
Vladimir Mikhailovich Kuvshinov
ON THE ASYMPTOTIC THEORY OF INTERACTION OF THE RUNNING PRESSURE PERTURBATION WITH THE BOUNDARY LAYER IN A SUPERSONIC FLOW
Vladimir Viktorovich Bogolepov, Vladimir Yakovlevich Neyland
APPROBATION OF A CONTINUOUS BALANCE TESTING TECHNIQUE IN THE T-128 TRANSONIC WIND TUNNEL AT SUBSONIC VELOCITIES
Kirill Dmitrievich Bukharov, Anton Roaldovich Gorbushin, Yurii Valentinovich Kartashev, Vasiliy Vasilievich Petronevich, Iraida Alekseevna Sudakova, Sergei Leonidovich Chernyshev
SELF-SIMILAR SOLUTIONS FOR VISCOUS COMPRESSIBLE GAS FLOW INSIDE A CONE
Murad Abramovich Brutyan, Umar Garunovich Ibragimov
EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF BOUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION ON BLUNTED CONES AT SUPERSONIC FLOW
Vladimir Nikolaevich Brazhko, A. V. Vaganov, N. A. Kovaleva, N. P. Kolina, Igor Ivanovich Lipatov
HYPERSONIC WIND TUNNELS BASED ON PRESSURE MULTIPLIERS, PART II: CAPABILITIES OF HYPERSONIC WIND TUNNELS BASED ON VARIOUS SCHEMES
Anatolyi Petrovich Kurshin