Talk:Joukowsky transform

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karman-trefftz image[edit]

The second plot does not do a great job of differentiating between the two transforms. With the high line thickness, the tail of the second airfoil looks just as cusped as the first airfoil. Maybe thinner lines or a more appropriate parameter choice would illustrate this difference more clearly? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.28.82.87 (talk) 22:04, 15 April 2009 (UTC)

History & Usage[edit]

Can someone provide some history of when this mathematics was developed, both the pure and the applied, and by whom (if not developed by the namesake). Also, some explanation of whether these create 'optimal' airfoils for various relative air speeds / viscosity etc. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 1.152.18.227 (talk) 16:26, 16 April 2011 (UTC)