A_312_CF_7a - FILE A BIZ CF’Ia.jh‘l Example Problem 1 fit normal shock forms in a convergent divergent nozzle at a location where the area is

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Unformatted text preview: FILE: A BIZ. CF’Ia..jh‘l' Example Problem: 1} fit normal shock forms in a convergent divergent nozzle at a location where the area is approximatelv 2 emf. The nozzle throat area is 1 cm2 and the total pressure and temperature upstream ofthe shock are 3110 kPa and 500 K respectivelv. a} Start this calculation bv assuming the shock wave is at A = 2 cm2 and calculate the Mach number and static pressure just upstream ofthe shock. bl Calculate the total and static pressure and Mach numberjust downstream ofthis shock. c} fit the nozzle exit the area is 3 emf. Calculate Mach number and static pressure and temperature at this location. d] If the air pressure at the area position of 3 cm2 is greater or less than atmospheric pressure how will this affect vour assumption of the shock location. e) If you were to trv to find a newfmore accurate solution, where would vou place the shock and whv? SoLu‘nod AL 5 AL ‘ 2 ¢ A g LQ87 =7 H=Z.l‘l A? W5WCh¢KaA 0,44me ~ H“ Alrmujfiumq .mwm MWQ a. buy/L be duo]: 4.0 it“ WSW bcwHOM-wpd i/n. (Lac—COW ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2010 for the course AERSP 312 taught by Professor Mclaughlin during the Spring '10 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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A_312_CF_7a - FILE A BIZ CF’Ia.jh‘l Example Problem 1 fit normal shock forms in a convergent divergent nozzle at a location where the area is

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