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1 AerE 411, Homework 3 (13 points) Figures are required for those HW solutions which have figures To receive credit for computer solutions, you must include the source code Note: this document is subject to change by the instructor during the semester. Warning : you are probably better off converting all units to SI and solving the problem in metric. In the past there has been quite a bit of confusion about how to interpret Oates’ equations in English units. Note: To recieve credit for a numerically solved problem, you must include a listing of your source code and all of your plots must be computert generated. 1. (1 point) Show that when the afterburner is turned off, the ideal cycle analysis for the turbojet with an afterburner reduces to the equations for a turbojet. 2. (1 point each) Oates Chapter 5 (Cycle Analysis) : 5.1, 5.2, 5.5, 5.6 3. (1 point) Oates Chapter 3 (Rockets) : 3.8 The following two problems make use of the NASA Glenn Research Center EngineSim demonstra- tion program, which is located at http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/K–12/airplane/ngnsim.html, or better yet use the one located at http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/K–12/airplane/engsim.html (also see the course webpage). Use the Firefox browser in the labs when running these programs, prob- lems have been experienced when using other browsers. 4. (1 point) By selecting each of the engine components in the upper left figure, write a one para-
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