This paper reviews the NASA Langley Research Center program for development of integral-equation aerodynamic methods with emphasis on application in computed-aided multidisciplinary design processes as well as in aerodynamic design and stand-alone analysis. The accomplishments, status, and outlook of the program are discussed in order to highlight the scope, generality, versatility, and attractive features of this methodology, especially for application to nonlinear problems.

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