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  • 6 Pages Micro Air Vehicles(spring 03)
    Micro Air Vehicles(spring 03)

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    MicroAirVehicles MicroAirVehicles ChrisKrukowski LouHuebsch DanTrigg JonDavid 272003 ProjectGoals ProjectGoals Todesign,buildandflyamicroairvehicle Todevelopaflightcontrolsystemfora MAVthatmakesflyingsimple TobuildaMAVsothatitiscostefficient WhatisaMAV? W

  • 7 Pages Weekly_3-20
    Weekly_3-20

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    Weekly Progress Report #5 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 20 March 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 3/20/08 Weeks Goals 1) Systematically test lined backgrounds for qualitative imaging 2) Evaluate video of moving schli

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    Weekly_2-21

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    Weekly Progress Report #4 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 21 February 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 2/21/08 Weeks Goals 1) Generate and test (qualitatively) additional backgrounds 2) Converge on camera/lens selectio

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    Weekly_2-14

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    Weekly Progress Report #3 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 14 February 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 2/14/08 Weeks Goals 1) Generate and test (qualitatively) additional backgrounds 2) Converge on camera/lens selectio

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    Weekly_2-7

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    Weekly Progress Report #2 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 7 February 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress 2/7/08 The images of the initial example setup shown in the Jan. 31st progress report showed that the background-oriented sch

  • 4 Pages Weekly_1-31
    Weekly_1-31

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    Weekly Progress Report #1 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 31 January 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress 1/31/08 The focus of this week was to demonstrate a very basic implementation of the background oriented schlieren (BOS) tech

  • 12 Pages Huebsch_L_prst
    Huebsch_L_prst

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    Sailplane Planform Design AAE 415 12-13-03 Lou Huebsch Overview Background Objectives Baseline Process Results Conclusions Background Purdue Condor by Andrew Peters & Stephen Hanna 12-15-2000 Their final results = bent wing Design based off of Discus-2 Co

  • 4 Pages hmc2003
    Hmc2003

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    HMC2003 SENSOR PRODUCTS THREE-AXIS MAGNETIC SENSOR HYBRID Features DIP-20 Footprint (1 by 0.75) 3-axis Capability Solid-State Design 40 micro-gauss to 2 gauss Dynamic Range Analog Output at 1 Volt per gauss -40 to 85C Operating Temperature Range Onboard +

  • 20 Pages GRAND PRIX KART WING
    GRAND PRIX KART WING

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    GRAND PRIX KART WING GRAND William Pahn AAE 415 13 Dec 2003 Overview Overview Benefits of a Kart wing Grand Prix Rules and Overview of Race Design Criteria Kart Overview Tools Used Design Process Results Final Product Benefits of a Kart Wing Benefits More

  • 2 Pages ultra-as
    Ultra-as

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    ORTEC ULTRA and ULTRA AS Ion-Implanted-Silicon Charged-Particle Detectors ULTRA The new standard for charged-particle detector spectroscopy Ultra-thin entrance contact for optimum energy resolution High geometric efficiency due to close detector-to-can

  • 19 Pages first_spiral
    First_spiral

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    AAE 490T: Race Car Front Wing Design J T Wyman Leah E A M John Shew 3 Leah Wyman First Spiral: Feb. 7, 2004 Overview Summary of Spiral One Background Design Build Test Projected Development Spiral One Spiral One Use of pre-existing wing Analysis o

  • 17 Pages tractortrailer
    Tractortrailer

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    MORE FOR YOUR MONEY DRIVING YOUR BIG RIG FARTHER ON THE SAME TANK OF GAS Andrea Sydnor AAE 415 HOW DO YOU DO IT? Drag Reduction stay legal maintain flexibility Between cab and trailer above truck Between cab and trailer below truck End of trailer Three

  • 1 Page fall04_pdr_template
    Fall04_pdr_template

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    Subsystems AttitudeDynamicsandControlSystems Communications Computer Power Payload Structures/Mechanisms PreliminaryDesignReview 8December2004

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    Top_part

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    Weekly_3-27

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    Weekly Progress Report #6 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 27 March 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 3/27/08 Weeks Goals 1) Print random dot backgrounds with uniform dot sizes of only a few camera pixels in diameter 2)

  • 7 Pages Weekly_4-3
    Weekly_4-3

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    Weekly Progress Report #7 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 3 April 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 4/3/08 Weeks Goals 1) Take pictures of nozzle flow with lined backgrounds (qualitative evaluation). 2) Capture quantita

  • 16 Pages IAC-04-A.6.02
    IAC-04-A.6.02

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    IAC-04-A.6.02 Design of Low-Thrust Gravity-Assist Trajectories to the Outer Planets Chit Hong Yam,* T. Troy McConaghy, K. Joseph Chen and James M. Longuski School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2023, USA

  • 17 Pages Micro Air Vehicles
    Micro Air Vehicles

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    MicroAirVehicles MicroAirVehicles JoshBock EricEagon BrianEnlow JohnMcKinnis ColleenRainbolt AAE490TSpiral1Presentation,February7,2004 Background Background WhatisaMicroAirVehicle (MAV)? Fullyfunctionalplane <6inchdimension Aerialrobot WhatareMAVsuse

  • 17 Pages MBagg AAE415
    MBagg AAE415

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    WingStrake WingStrake MatthewBagg AAE415 Overview Overview Introduction Purpose Procedure Results Conclusions Introduction Introduction WhatareThey HowStrakesWork CreateVortex DelaysSeparation PastResearch SupersonicFlight HighAngleofAttack ControlSurface

  • 28 Pages mav_report-fall99
    Mav_report-fall99

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    Design, Construction, and Testing of a Micro Air Vehicle Prototype Thra Bundechanan Patrick Dempsey Paul Klusman Thomas Schmidt-Lange (Final report assembled and edited by T. Schmidt-Lange with assistance from P. Dempsey and P. Klusman.) AAE490 Purdue Uni

  • 3 Pages wiltz-in-streamliner
    Wiltz-in-streamliner

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  • 22 Pages Large_Metal_Aircraft
    Large_Metal_Aircraft

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    StructuralHealth MonitoringDemonstrator (SHMD) GroupMembers:JoshuaSiler StasYerusky JoeWelch DavidHarsanyi SethLimp NatashaWall BrianHutto BryanEngle PaulReiber MissionOverview MissionOverview SHMDusage MechanicalEngineeringandAviation Technologycollabo

  • 2 Pages why-study-viscous-flow
    Why-study-viscous-flow

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    Why Study Viscous Flow? 1. 2. 3. Skin Friction can be significant to Drag. For slender high L/D vehicles at all speed ranges. Global Hawk to NASP. Boundary-layer Separation is one example of critical viscous/inviscid interactions. Can be a major factor in

  • 14 Pages Land Speed Record
    Land Speed Record

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    Land Speed Record Streamlined Motorcycle Purdue University - School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Past and Current Streamliners Sam Wheeler EZ-Hook 277 mph Purdue University - School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Virtual Edge Goal 90 km in one hour (5

  • 30 Pages Jake_Mitchell
    Jake_Mitchell

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    Design of a Hinged Delta Wing to Control Vortex Flow Wing By: Jake Mitchell 12/13/03 I. Introduction I. Delta wings have Delta leading-edge vortices over the surface over It may be desirable to It control the size and strength of these vortices vortices

  • 20 Pages Inverse Hybrid Rocket report
    Inverse Hybrid Rocket Report

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    InverseHybridRocketProject AdamIrvine ScottBishop Introduction SolidMotor Advantages Simple Heritage Disadvantages LowerIsp NoThrottle Control SmallCracks CanLeadTo Failure LiquidMotor HybridMotor Advantages Advantages HighestIsp ThrottleControl High

  • 10 Pages Weekly_4-17
    Weekly_4-17

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    Weekly Progress Report #9 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 17 April 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee Progress in Brief 4/17/08 Weeks Goals 1) Return to Mach 2 tunnel with prepared PIV procedure and test using backgrounds at different dis

  • 8 Pages introlect
    Introlect

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    De s ign/Build/Te s t Proje cts AAE 490T/590T AT 490R CGT 423 Instructors: John Sullivan Room 13b Aerospace Sciences Lab 494-3344 e-mail: sulivan@purdue.edu William Watkins Aviation Technology Machine Shop 494-0362 wawatkins@tech.purdue.edu Teaching Assis

  • 1 Page interior layout
    Interior Layout

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  • 9 Pages Weekly_4-10
    Weekly_4-10

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    Weekly Progress Report #8 Background Oriented Schlieren AAE 490R/590R 10 April 2008 Hrs. Worked Landon Baur John Tapee 1 Progress in Brief 4/9/08 Weeks Goals 1) Sandblast scrap aluminum to create a background with very fine (and quite random) dots. 2) Ima

  • 1 Page CubeSat Mass Budget
    CubeSat Mass Budget

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    Purdue University AAE 490/590 CubeSat Mass Budget Subsystem Component Structure Budgeted Percentage of Total [20] Attitude Dynamics and Control System Actual Mass Estimate (g) Allocated Mass (g) 200 [12] Magnetometer GG boom GG deployment mech. Electromag

  • 6 Pages Copy of dragcoeff_3_8_04_r3
    Copy Of Dragcoeff_3_8_04_r3

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    FIX VALUE OF RHO! rho= V_inf= V_inf= D Cd= Drag 2*D/(rho*V_inf^2*S) S~ 0.7044444 ft^2 Drag -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 1 1.01592 0.86652 0.747 0.48804 0.498 0.75696 0.95616 2 w/ out fin 0.7968 1.10556 0.85656 0.90636 0.71712 0.7968 0.67728 0.53784 0.50796 0.65736 0.

  • 6 Pages team 1 progress report
    Team 1 Progress Report

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    Autogyro Team Shawn Beaman, Nancy Damhauser, Hee Chan Lee, Justin Riemer, Adam Rietz Shawn 20 February 2004 GYROSOFT 1 Plan of Action Two more spirals (total of 3) First Spiral Initial Design Concepts (complete) Second Spiral Structural / Aerodynamic Desi

  • 19 Pages shew-wyman
    Shew-wyman

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    AAE 490T: Race Car Front Wing Design J T Wyman Leah E A M John Shew 3 Leah Wyman First Spiral: Feb. 7, 2004 Overview Summary of Spiral One Background Design Build Test Projected Development Spiral One Spiral One Use of pre-existing wing Analysis o

  • 20 Pages AT91R40807 Electrical Characteristics
    AT91R40807 Electrical Characteristics

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    Features Incorporates the ARM7TDMI ARM Thumb Processor Core High-performance 32-bit RISC Architecture High-density 16-bit Instruction Set Leader in MIPS/Watt Embedded ICE (In-Circuit Emulation) 136K Bytes of On-chip SRAM 32-bit Data Bus Single-cloc

  • 6 Pages Sduct_UAV
    Sduct_UAV

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    Development of a Modular Inlet/Engine Section for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Integration AAE 590T February 7, 2003 Ben Stein Objectives: Design and Fabricate Stealthy, Delta Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Complete with a Modular Inlet/Engine Section (MI

  • 28 Pages AT91EB40 Evaluation Board
    AT91EB40 Evaluation Board

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    AT91EB40 Evaluation Board . User Guide Table of Contents Section 1 Overview. 1-1 1.1 1.2 1.3 Scope.1-1 Deliverables .1-1 The AT91EB40 Evaluation Board .1-1 Section 2 Setting Up the AT91EB40 Evaluation Board . 2-1 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Electrostatic

  • 1 Page Schedule of Events
    Schedule Of Events

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    Team 8 Morphing Aircraft Schedule of Events I. II. III. IV. Due this Friday a. CGT Majors i. PDM ii. Cost Analysis iii. Catia model and animation for telescoping wings iv. Personal powerpoints b. Engineers i. Layout semester schedule ii. Constraint and mi

  • 4 Pages airfoils
    Airfoils

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    CL vs. Alpha 3 2.5 2 1.5 CL 1 0.5 0 - 15 -10 -5 0 5 -0.5 -1 -1.5 Alpha (deg) 10 15 Column B Column E Column H Column K Column N Column Q Column B Column E Column H Column K Column N Column Q Column B Column E Column H Column K Column N Column Q Column B C

  • 1 Page Safety
    Safety

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    Safety Procedures for CNC Machinery Revised 1-25-00 1. The CNC machines are not to be operated by any individual without proper training and knowledge of either the computer program that runs the router, or the router itself. 2. Safety glasses, available

  • 10 Pages AIAA-13095-511
    AIAA-13095-511

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    JOURNAL OF SPACECRAFT AND ROCKETS Vol. 41, No. 5, SeptemberOctober 2004 Shape-Based Algorithm for Automated Design of Low-Thrust, Gravity-Assist Trajectories Anastassios E. Petropoulos and James M. Longuski Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907

  • 1 Page rotation part
    Rotation Part

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    Rib

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  • 8 Pages AIAA-3650-983
    AIAA-3650-983

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    JOURNAL OF SPACECRAFT AND ROCKETS Vol. 37, No. 6, November December 2000 Trajectories to Jupiter via Gravity Assists from Venus, Earth, and Mars Anastassios E. Petropoulos, James M. Longuski, and Eugene P. Bon glio Purdue University, West Lafayette, India

  • 19 Pages aae490t_pres1
    Aae490t_pres1

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    Mission Design and build 2 Micro-Air Vehicle for endurance of 1 hour. Either ICE or electric power propellers will be used. Preliminary Design Specifications Take-off weight - 5oz. Cruise velocity - 25 mph. 6 by 6. S5010 airfoil section will be used for

  • 11 Pages reno2000-0525b
    Reno2000-0525b

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    AIAA 2000 - 0525 A Design/Build/Test Environment for Aerospace Education John P. Sullivan School of Aeronautics and Astronautics and William A. Watkins School of Aviation Technology Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 38th Aerospace Sciences Meeting and

  • 1 Page autogyro
    Autogyro

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    AutogyroAdvantagesAble to fly slowly. Possibly easier to launch. DisadvantagesMore complex than a fixed wing. Must have a disk loading of <8oz/sqft Disk b Disk S W W/S Vcruise CL Initial 13.5 1sqft 6oz 6oz/sqft 22ft/s .671 Final 6 .2sqft 1.5oz 7.6oz/sqft

  • 20 Pages Smith_K
    Smith_K

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    Kyle Smith AAE 415 Fall 2003 Glider A little Background Power Necessary? 1486 Leonardo da Vinci 1799 - Sir George Cayley 1855 Captain Le Bris Leonardo da Vinci Sir George Cayley Otto Lilienthal Learned from birds Believed that a propulsion device wa

  • 7 Pages AV_Sharrk-Presentation
    AV_Sharrk-Presentation

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    Powered Trike Sandeep Allakki Scott Bird Vicki Hoyle Rebecca Karnes Brandon Owen Rory Toombs Andy Wiratama January 15, 2012 AV Sharrks AAE 490T/590T Spring 1 Objectives Design and prepare blue-prints for a full-scale powered trike Shrink the design for an

  • 4 Pages conformal_coating
    Conformal_coating

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    Next Company Dynamis Adhesives, Sealants, Paints, Compounds and Chemicals Dielectric Conformal Coatings The coatings given in this Property Comparison Chart are the most widely used conformal coatings in industry today for such divergent applications as a

  • 1 Page CMOS_camera_comparison
    CMOS_camera_comparison

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    CanonEOS CanonEOS1D KodakDCS14n CanonEOS1Ds MarkII SLR SLR SLR US$4349 US$4500 US$7324 3072 x 2048 4500 x 3000 3000 x 2000, 2500 x 1500, 1125 x 750 3:02 13.5 million 4536 x 3024 3024 x 2016, 2268 x 1512, 1134 x 765 3:02 13.7 million 3504 x 2336 3104 x 207

  • 1 Page tail_piece
    Tail_piece

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  • 36 Pages CDR
    CDR

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    . . . . . . . . . AAE 490T/590T AT 490D Tech 581N Design/Build/Test Critical Design Report on Seraphim Program (VTOL Aircraft) Date March 08th, 2003 Name Hours worked Signature Brent Robbins Chris Fisher See-Chen Lee 20 + 20 + 20 + X X X . . . . . . . . .

  • 1 Page catia pictures
    Catia Pictures

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  • 12 Pages Camera_Payload_Report
    Camera_Payload_Report

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    Camera Payload Report NLH, SPRING 2002 Camera Payload Report Author: Lars Oust Date: 13. March 2002 Place: Agricultural University of Norway, NLH Description: This document describes the considerations taken by the camera-group in the NCUBEProject at NLH.

  • 7 Pages Storm Glider - Team #2 - Proposal
    Storm Glider - Team #2 - Proposal

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    AAE 490t/590t & CGT 423 Storm Glider Proposal February 20, 2004 Steven Blaske, Matthew Branson, Heather Dunn, Leslie Martin, Nicholas Nugent, Enrique Portillo, Carrie Spear Project Motivation One of the most common ways to collect weather data today is th

  • 4 Pages camera_detector_specs
    Camera_detector_specs

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    Fujifilm FinePix F700 Effectivepixels Minolta FujifilmFinePix Dimage F610 X30 Casio EXILIMEX S3 BaslerArea Scan Pixelink 3.14E+06 6.00E+06 1.92E+06 3.14E+06 2.05E+03 2.85E+03 1.28E+03 1.60E+03 6.59E+02 1.39E+03 1.00E+03 1.28E+03 1.54E+03 2.14E+03 9.60E+02

  • 20 Pages Storm Glider - Team #2 - First Sprial Presentation
    Storm Glider - Team #2 - First Sprial Presentation

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    Storm Glider - First Spiral Steve Blaske Matt Branson Heather Dunn Leslie Martin Nick Nugent Enrique Portillo Carrie Spear Purdue University - School of Aeronautics and Astronautics - School of Computer Graphics Technology Mission Details Overall Launch

  • 29 Pages Bryces Data
    Bryces Data

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    MORPHIN GAIR CRAFT AAE 490T: DESIGN PROJECT 02/07/04 BY: Ira Dobson Stephen Weber Bryce Whitson Kenneth Kirk Ramy Mourad Brett Tomky INTRODUCTION:HistoryofMorphingAircrafts http:/www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99994484 IraDobsonAAE490T02/07/04 PR

  • 1 Page bottom_half
    Bottom_half

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  • 19 Pages Spiral 1High Alt Rocket Team
    Spiral 1High Alt Rocket Team

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    Rocket XWR: Altitude Record Setting Rocket Chris Fisher Adam Pender Matt Harrigan Steve Feuerborn Judson Mulherin Jae Hyun Yook AAE 590T/490T OUTLINE Background Spiral One Results Other Progress 2 BACKGROUND Design, Build, and Launch an altitude reco

  • 1 Page spar
    Spar

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  • 4 Pages a225
    A225

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    R AMP A225 TEK ULTRA LOW NOISE: <280 electrons RMS Model A225 is a high performance thin film hybrid charge sensitive preamplifier and shaping amplifier developed especially for high resolution systems employing solid state detectors, proportional counter

  • 1 Page syllabusm
    Syllabusm

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    ECE633 Modeling and Simulation of Power System Components Objective: To acquaint the graduate student with the analysis and simulation techniques of power system components. Description: This course is recommended for those interested in learning to use c

  • 17 Pages hw6sol
    Hw6sol

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    Hw5sol

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    Hw4sol

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    Hw3sol

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    Hw2sol

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    Hw2cor

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    Hw1sol

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  • 1 Page hw1
    Hw1

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    ECE 610 -HW#1, Due September 1, 2011 1. A general expression for the energy in a magnetic system (volumetric) is J m H = H dB - . 3 m a) Derive an expression for the total energy in a volume assuming the material is isotropic and that B = H . Express the

  • 5 Pages Progress Report Example2
    Progress Report Example2

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    Progress Report Fall 2001 Week #5 Eppler 387 Testing David N. Loffing September 15, 2001 Introduction: Preliminary testing of the Eppler 387 last week recorded higher than expected values for drag, compared to data collected by Selig and Eppler.1,2 Change

  • 8 Pages Progress Report Example1
    Progress Report Example1

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    Progress Report #2 Purdue University Mars Airfoil Research David N. Loffing July 13, 2001 Aerospace Sciences Laboratory Introduction: The purpose of this research project is to investigate the phenomena associated with low-Reynolds number aerodynamics. Tw

  • 28 Pages PIV_final
    PIV_final

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    KaraAkgulian,BrianErson,NixonLange JaredScheid,SolomonWesterman www.purduepiv.info WhatdoesPIVdo? Howdoesitwork? Wheredidwestart? Wherewearenow Conclusion Opticaltooltoanalyzeflows Createsavectorfieldtoillustratethedirectionand magnitudeoftheflow Ou

  • 10 Pages finalpresentation-LDB
    Finalpresentation-LDB

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    Outline Motivation Theory ProjectAssembly Testing Conclusion Motivation Cost Analysis Less drag = less fuel Less drag = greater payload for same fuel Less drag = greater distance Theory Laminar Flow Strattford Pressure Recovery region Streamlined Body

  • 195 Pages Final Report
    Final Report

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    AAE 490 Grand Prix Kart Design Capstone Design Class Purdue University Spring 2006 Ian Thomson, Team Leader Clayton Smith, Driver Michael Nash Joseph Trager Table of Contents 1 INTRO.5 1.A PROJECT CONCEPT.5 1.B RACE BACKGROUND. 5 1.C TEAM SMITH BACKGROUND

  • 13 Pages hw7sol
    Hw7sol

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    Hw8sol

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  • 1 Page hw9
    Hw9

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    EE610 HW#9 - Due November 15, 2011 1) problems 5.18, 5.19, 5.20 (Assume the machine is 3-Phase), 5.22, 5.24, 5.25, 5.26 in Krause, Wasynczuk, and Sudhoff. 2) Starting with the steady state equations in the rotor frame of reference. Derive the phasor equiv

  • 2 Pages SYLLABUS
    SYLLABUS

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    Last Revised: August 9, 2010 Course Outline A&AE 613 Viscous Flow Theory Prof. S. Schneider, Fall 2010 Prof. Steve Schneider Lab Oce: 13C Aero. Sci. Lab., x43343 Email: steves@purdue.edu Campus Oce: ARMS 3213, x45254 I spend most of my time at my lab oce.

  • 10 Pages Lit_Review_Pres_1-17
    Lit_Review_Pres_1-17

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    Background Oriented Schlieren Landon Baur John Tapee Classical Schlieren Setup Index of refraction is proportional to density Sensitive to density gradient in transparent medium Works best in 2D environment where collimated light rays are perpendicular to

  • 10 Pages Team9_motorcycle_DesignReview_r2
    Team9_motorcycle_DesignReview_r2

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    Streamlined Motorcycle Documentation AAE 490T Design Build Test Team 9 Yohei Sugiyama John Meyers Robert Jacobs Matt Capria David Earle Matt Koehl March 10, 2004 Mission Statement Our mission is to produce a fin for the streamlined motorcycle that will pr

  • 19 Pages DesignReview3_9_01
    DesignReview3_9_01

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    HYPERIONDesignReview AAE 490T/590T March 9th, 2001 PRESENTED BY: John Castro Loren Garrison Chris Peters Jeff Rodrian Thomas Schmidt-Lange Outline Historical Database Parameter Selection Weight Determination Fixed Weights Weight Estimation Process Opti

  • 20 Pages Team #2_Storm Glider_Critical Design Review_Supporting Document
    Team #2_Storm Glider_Critical Design Review_Supporting Document

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    AAE 490/590t/CGT 423 Storm Glider Design Review Document March 10, 2004 Steven Blaske, Matthew Branson, Heather Dunn, Leslie Martin, Nicholas Nugent, Enrique Portillo Carrie Spear OBJECTIVE / MISSION Project Motivation One of the most common ways to colle

  • 13 Pages lecture1
    Lecture1

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  • 22 Pages surfcam-lecture-old
    Surfcam-lecture-old

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    Introduction to SurfCam And CNC Machining John Sullivan Purdue University 494-3344 sulivan@ecn.purdue.edu http:/roger.ecn.purdue.edu/~490t/ Purdue University - School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design/Build/Test Environment Design Computers Software

  • 12 Pages hw11sol
    Hw11sol

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  • 25 Pages hw11
    Hw11

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    EE610 HW#11 2011 - Not to turn in 1) Using the voltage waveform shown in Figure 13.3-2, use a Fourier Series to derive the fundamental component of the phase voltage v as . 2) Given a single-phase H-bridge inverter. The output voltage is shown. The output

  • 18 Pages hw10sol
    Hw10sol

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  • 2 Pages hw10
    Hw10

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    ECE 610 -HW#10, Due December 1, 2011 1) For the induction machine shown in Figure 4.2-1. Derive expressions for MMF ar , MMF br , 2 and MMF cr . If i ar = cos ( ( e r ) t ) , i br = cos ( e r ) t - , 3 2 i cr = cos ( e r ) t + - . Show the speed and direc

  • 2 Pages hw9solcor
    Hw9solcor

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    Hw9sol

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  • 6 Pages exam11sol
    Exam11sol

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    Exam2sol2

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    Exam2bsol

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  • 7 Pages progress_report5
    Progress_report5

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    Demonstration of Flight Characteristics Using a Scaled Aircraft Model AAE 490T/590R Team #4 Progress Report 5 Week 3 (03/07/08 03/20/08) Meeting Times: Tuesday 4:30pm-6:00pm Thursday 10:15am-12:00pm Team Members Tatsuya Kotegawa David Predis John Wright J

  • 7 Pages progress_report4
    Progress_report4

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    Demonstration of Flight Characteristics Using a Scaled Aircraft Model AAE 490T/590R Team #4 Progress Report 4 Week 3 (03/07/08 03/20/08) Meeting Times: Tuesday 4:30pm-6:00pm Thursday 10:15am-12:00pm Team Members Tatsuya Kotegawa David Predis John Wright J

  • 4 Pages progress_report3
    Progress_report3

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    Demonstration of Flight Characteristics Using a Scaled Aircraft Model AAE 490T/590R Team #4 Progress Report 3 Week 3 (02/08/08 02/14/08) Meeting Times: Tuesday 4:30pm-6:00pm Thursday 10:15am-12:00pm Team Members Tatsuya Kotegawa David Predis John Wright J

  • 3 Pages progress_report2
    Progress_report2

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    Demonstration of Flight Characteristics Using a Scaled Aircraft Model AAE 490T/590R Team #4 Progress Report 2 Week 3 (02/01/08 02/07/08) Meeting Times: Tuesday 4:30pm-6:00pm Thursday 10:15am-12:00pm Team Members Tatsuya Kotegawa David Predis John Wright J

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