ARo 311 4.17 Flat Plate expansion theory.xlsx

# ARo 311 4.17 Flat Plate expansion theory.xlsx - M1 3 P1(atm...

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M1 3 Rafael Gomez A P1 (atm) 1 T1 (K) 270 v1 (deg) : from Table A.5 @ M1 =3 49.76 Po1/P1 : from Table A.1 @ M1 = 3 36.73 To1/T1 : from Table A.1 @ M1 = 3 2.8 from Table A.5 @ v2 from Table A.1 @ M2 alpha (deg) v2 (deg) = v1 + alpha M2 Po2/P2 0 49.76 3 36.73 5 54.76 3.27 54.78 10 59.76 3.58 85.4 15 64.76 3.92 136.4 20 69.76 4.32 230.6 25 74.76 4.78 407.8 30 79.76 5.32 762.8 P2 = ((1/(Po2/P2)) * (Po1/P1) * P1)*101325 Po2 = Po1 since expansion waves Bottom Surface Calculations from theta-beta-M chart @ M1=3 and alpha = theta from Table A.2 @Mn3 alpha (deg) beta (deg) Mn3 = M1*SIN(beta*(PI()/180)) P3/P1 0 19.6 1.0063547093 1 5 23.1 1.1770113498 1.458 10 27.4 1.3805993544 2.055 15 32.2 1.5986288282 2.82 20 37.8 1.838721161 3.783 25 44 2.0839751114 4.881 30 52 2.3640322608 6.331

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Lift per unit span (P3-P2)*chord*COS(alpha*(PI()/180)) * 101325 Drag per unit span (P3-P2)*chord*SIN(alpha*(PI()/180)) * 101325 alpha (deg) (P3-P2) (N/m^2) Lift (N/m) Drag (N/m) 0 0 0 0 5 79793.4190032859 79489.7809536865 6954.4546996065 10 164643.633196721 162142.326456229 28590.0668690732 15 258451.549486804 249645.026493731 66892.1832434414 20 367173.414939289 345030.148567212 125580.704002911 25 485441.117913193 439959.065312503 205156.281429935 30 636609.619507079 551320.102786676

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• Winter '17
• BHANDARI
• Harry Connick, Jr., Lift, AirTrain Newark, Table A.1, deg, Rafael Gómez

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