Charles N. Eastlake

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Charles Eastlake has been an aeronautical engineer and pilot for 35 years. His industry experience includes supersonic military aircraft, general aviation aircraft, jet engines, missiles, spacecraft, and race cars. He has taught aerodynamics and aircraft design in the Aerospace Engineering Department at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for 23 years. He wrote the textbook for the ERAU wind-tunnel-testing course and is the technical editor of the current edition of the SAE Dictionary of Aerospace Engineering. He is an award-winning teacher and is active in science outreach programs. For the past three seasons he has flown his Citabria in International Aerobatic Club competition.

Charles Eastlake is the author of "An Aerodynamicist’s View of Lift, Bernoulli, and Newton".