AER504 lab manual

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Unformatted text preview: Ryerson University Department of Aerospace Engineering AER 504 AERODYNAMICS LABORATORY MANUAL September, 2009 P.C. Walsh J. Karpynczyk P. Cresnik 1 Table of Contents Table of Contents Lab Report Instructions ..2 Nomenclature 4 Lab # 1 Wind Tunnel and Airfoil Drag Analysis (room KHE-33) ..5 Lab # 2 Pressure Distribution on the NACA 0015 (room KHE-33).11 Lab # 3 Effect of Flaps and Slats (room KHE-33) .17 Lab # 4 CFD Analysis of NACA 0015 (room W71B) .....21 Lab # 5 Airfoil Design Using CFD (room W71B) ...29 Appendix A: Manometers ..........35 Appendix B: Pitot-Static Tubes....37 Appendix C: Guidelines for Lab Report Writing .39 Appendix D: Calculation of Forces on Airfoils ....44 2 Lab Report Instructions (i) ALL students must attend the laboratory in order to receive credit. Lab reports are to be done in pairs. Students are responsible for performing an equitable share of the lab report preparation. (ii) Lab reports are to be prepared with any standard word processor. Hand written labs will NOT be accepted. (iii) Guidelines for writing lab reports are given in Appendix C, but as a minimum each report should contain the following sections: Title Page include names, student numbers, section, time/date lab was performed Main Body of Report Abstract Short Introduction Description of the data analysis, theory, and procedures (not for CFD labs) Results and Discussion Brief Conclusion References (if necessary ) Appendix Graphs of results (if applicable) A sample calculation Raw experimental data (iv) The main body of the report must be concise, with no more that four pages (in 12 point font). Lab reports exceeding this length will be penalized 10% per extra page. The technical writing in the lab reports is therefore expected to be of high quality and low quantity. (v) No restriction is placed on the length of the Appendix. Graphs contained within the report must have a title, labeled axes, and a legend if more that one set of data is presented on one plot. Electronically generated plots are preferred, however graphs done by hand with pen and ink on graph paper will be accepted....
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