MAE 150B - 01- Aerodynamics

MAE 150B - 01- Aerodynamics - MAE 150B Aerodynamics...

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MAE 150B Aerodynamics Introduction Spring 2009 4-6 PM Tuesday, Thursday
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Self-introduction F. Peter Tsai B.S. National Tsing-Hua University 1987 Ph.D. UCLA (Mechanical Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering) Advisor: Prof. Ivan Catton
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Office: 46-128H. Engineering IV Email: fptsai@cox.net Office hours: Tuesday 1:30pm-3:40pm Thursday 1:30pm-3:40pm If more time is needed, I may stay behind after the Thursday class
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Teaching Assistant Christopher Zeineh Email: czeineh@seas.ucla.edu Office hours:
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Prerequisite: MAE 103 and MAE 150A or equivalent Textbook: Fundamentals of Aerodynamics by J.D. Anderson, Jr., 4th Edition 2007
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Grading Homework: 12% Homework Solutions: Will be available on class website: http:// courseweb.seas.ucla.edu No late homework will be accepted CFD Projects: 8%
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Mid-term 40% (Apr. 23 2pm-4pm May 14 4pm-6pm) I expect you to be in the room for the test You may choose to reduce one of the Mid-term tests from 20% to 10% and raise the final percentage from 40% to 50% Final Exam: 40% (Final Examination Code: 16 - Friday, June 12, 2009, 8:00am-11:00am ) Grade philosophy: Last Year (2008) Grade Average
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Outlines of the Course Brief Review of Basic Equations (Chap 1- 2) Introduction Conservation of mass, momentum, and energy Inviscid Flow Theory (Chap 3) Potential and Stream functions Source, sink, doublet, vortex, flow over cylinder
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