Aersp_312_Homework_No_3_vd (1) - , F G and UUe from =0 to...

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Please use Excel, Matlab or a code of your choice HW3 Aersp 312 Homework No. 3 Boundary Layer w/Pressure Gradient Assigned: Feb. 15, 2010 D.K. McLaughlin Due: Feb. 26, 2010 5:00PM Following the development in class determine expressions for the coefficients a to e in the assumed velocity profile = ( ) UUe f η all as a function of the pressure gradient parameter Λ. (a) Parameterize the equation for the velocity profile in terms of the universal functions F(η) and G(η) where = + ( ) UUe Fη Λ G η Determine F and G and plot all three functions:
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Unformatted text preview: , F G and UUe from =0 to =1 for the following values of = 7.052 , = 0 , = -12 Extra credit explain why there is no term ( ) 2 in F ( ) (b) Show that expressions for * , and w can be developed resulting in : * = - , 310 120 = ( - - 163 375 15 ) 2144 and = + w Ue 2 6 What are the values of w and C f at = -12 ? Note Work on Part (c) will be postponed for now. //home/vdimitrov/15002/47ab2e2491a9c191fdad828bbd5c9604a7a6d558.docx...
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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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