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334 AAE Fall 2011, Homework 28 Due Monday, November 28 at the beginning of class. 1. Solve for the mass flow through a choked throat of a converging-diverging nozzle with: - upstream stagnation condition conditions p o = 1MPa and T o =300K throat area of A = 10cm2 gas properties for air as an ideal gas, steady quasi-one-dimensional flow, and an isentropic process from upstream conditions stagnation to the...

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334 AAE Fall 2011, Homework 28 Due Monday, November 28 at the beginning of class. 1. Solve for the mass flow through a choked throat of a converging-diverging nozzle with: - upstream stagnation condition conditions p o = 1MPa and T o =300K throat area of A = 10cm2 gas properties for air as an ideal gas, steady quasi-one-dimensional flow, and an isentropic process from upstream conditions stagnation to the throat. 2. Solve for the mass flow through a choked throat of a converging-diverging nozzle with: - upstream stagnation condition conditions p o = 150psi and T o = 70oF throat area of A = 5 in2 gas properties for air as an ideal gas, steady quasi-one-dimensional flow, and an isentropic process from upstream stagnation conditions to the throat.
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AAE 334 Fall 2011, Homework 28 SOLUTIONS Due Monday, November 28 at the beginning of class. 1. Solve for the mass flow through a choked throat of a converging-diverging nozzle with: - upstream stagnation condition conditions po = 1MPa and To =300K - throa
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AAE 334, Fall 2011 Homework 29 Due Wednesday, November 30, beginning of class. 1. A converging-diverging nozzle operates with an upstream stagnation pressure of 12 atmospheres. The ratio of exit area to throat area is 7.8. If the gas is calorically perfec
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AAE 334, Fall 2011 Homework 29 Solutions1. A converging-diverging nozzle operates with an upstream stagnation pressure of 12 atmospheres. The ratio of exit area to throat area is 7.8. If the gas is calorically perfect air, determine the back pressures at
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AAE 334, Fall 2011 Homework 30 SOLUTIONS Due Friday, December 2, beginning of class. Air flows through a converging diverging nozzle in a steady flow. The air entering the nozzle has stagnation conditions po 150psi and To 500R . 1. The flow upstream of th
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AAE 334, Fall 2011, Homework 31 SolutionOn page 662, Anderson writes, &quot;From Equation (8.33), we havea a 2 2 o 12V a 2 2 o 12u2v22 a 2 x y 2 2 o 1 (11.13)&quot;Yet Equation (8.33) is from a one-dimensional flow analysis and thus is used imprope
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AAE 334, Fall 2011 SOLUTION Homework 32. Due Friday, December 9 at the beginning of class.Solve for critical Mach number as an angle of attack for the following low-speed airfoil pressure data. Use the Prandtl-Glauert rule. List for each case the spanwis
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AAE 364 Control Systems Analysis Problem Set 2Professor Inseok Hwang School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University Fall 2011 Issued 9/2; Due 9/9Reading Assignment:Chapter 1 and the class material for the Laplace Transform.Problems1. Obtai
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AAE 364 Control Systems Analysis Problem Set 3Professor Inseok Hwang School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University Fall 2011 Issued 9/9; Due 9/16Reading Assignment:Class material for the Laplace Transform; Sections 1,2,3, and 7 in Chapter 2
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AAE 364 Control Systems Analysis Problem Set 5Professor Inseok Hwang School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University Fall 2011 Issued 9/23; Due 9/30Reading Assignment:Section 1 - 5 in Chapter 5.Problem 1Solve B-5-3, B-5-4, B-5-7, B-5-20, B-
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