» » PagesEND - Prandtl–Glauert Singularity

PagesEND - Prandtl–Glauert Singularity Album


Performer: PagesEND
Genre: Rock
Title: Prandtl–Glauert Singularity
Country: UK
Released: 07 Jan 2008
Style: Ambient, Hardcore, Heavy Metal
Label: Global Reset
Catalog Number: GLORE 01
FLAC version ZIP size: 1086 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1772 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1201 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 942

Tracklist

1They Are Following You
2Alone
3November Warmth
4Hungry Polar Bear
5Time I Have Left
6Proceed Gradual Expiration
7To Those I Dislike
8Death
9Nitetime

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GLORE 01PagesEND Prandtl–Glauert Singularity ‎(8xFile, FLAC, MP3, WAV, Album, Fre)Global ResetGLORE 01UK2008

Credits

  • ArtworkPissartisan
  • BassVince Kenward
  • Engineer [Vocals] [Guitar]Jack Bowcher
  • GuitarAlexander Sidorov
  • Mastered ByVince Kenward
  • Mixed ByVince Kenward
  • Programmed ByAlexander Sidorov , Vince Kenward
  • SamplerAlexander Sidorov , Vince Kenward
  • VocalsAaron Smith
  • Written By [Lyrics] – Aaron Smith
  • Written By [Music] – Alexander Sidorov , Vince Kenward

Notes

Xan Sidorov - Guitar
Vince Kenward - Bass
Aaron Smith - Vocals

Samples and Programming by Vince Kenward and Alexander Sidorov

All music written by Alexander Sidorov and Vince Kenward.
All lyrics written by Aaron Smith.

Vocals and Guitar recorded by Jack Bowcher at The White Room, Rainham, Essex, England July-August 2007.

Amended, Mixed and Mastered by Vince Kenward at The Bedlam Venue, England September-October 2007.

Album

The PrandtlGlauert singularity is a theoretical construct in flow physics, often incorrectly used to explain vapor cones in transonic flows. It is the prediction by the PrandtlGlauert transformation that infinite pressures would be experienced by an aircraft as it approaches the speed of sound. Because it is invalid to apply the transformation at these speeds, the predicted singularity does not emerge. The incorrect association is related to the early-20th-century misconception of the. The PrandtlGlauert transformation is a mathematical technique which allows solving certain compressible flow problems by incompressible-flow calculation methods. It also allows applying incompressible-flow data to compressible-flow cases. Inviscid compressible flow over slender bodies is governed by linearized compressible small-disturbance potential equation: together with the small-disturbance flow-tangency boundary condition. is the freestream Mach number, and. The PrandtlGlauert singularity is the prediction by the PrandtlGlauert transformation that infinite pressures would be experienced by an aircraft as Glauert singularity. For the condensation cloud that forms around objects moving at transonic speeds, see vapor cone. McDonnell Douglas FA-18 Hornet jet aircraft at transonic speed producing supersonic expansion fans and a stern shockwave creating a vapor cone. The PrandtlGlauert singularity is the prediction by the PrandtlGlauert transformation that infinite pressures would be experienced by an aircraft as it approaches the speed of sound. 2009 oregon airshow at hillsboro, the rain and humidity ended up good F18 making high speed pass shows the Prandtl-Glauert singularity at transonic Glauert Singularity. Release group by PagesEND. PrandtlGlauert Singularity. Digital Media. Global Reset. RST 01. Disc IDs. Cover Art 0. Additional details. Type: Album. Packaging: None. Status: Official. Language: English. 7 January 2008. Play album. 9 photos. PagesEND was formed by Alex and Aaron in 2005, with the recording of Nitetime back in 2006, the duo struggled to find a suitable drummer for a while, so they had to settle for programmed drums on live performances. These performances didn't bring the full dynamic of the mid 2007 read more. Prandtl Glauert PrandtlGlauert singularity is a theoretical construct in flow physics, often incorrectly used to explain vapor cones in transonic flows. The incorrect association is related to the early-20th-century misconception of the impenetrability of the sound barrier. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for PrandtlGlauert singularity