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Unformatted text preview: 1 AE-369 Introduction to Hypersonic Flow Fall 2010 Test 1 10/27/2010 Print name:_____________________________ Signature:_____________________________ This is a take home test and is due 5:00 pm Friday, October 29. By signing above, you acknowledge that all submitted answers are prepared by you and you have not received any unauthorized help from other people. Use a separate sheet for the answer of each question. Read the questions carefully. Show all your work clearly for each question. If you write any programs for the solving the questions, include them as an appendix. Be as precise as possible in your explanations and comments. GOOD LUCK! Question 1 (50 points) Consider a 2-D wedge with a half- wedge angle ( θ ) of 15 degrees and a chord length of 1.5 m put in hypersonic flow at a free-stream velocity of V ∞ = 7000 m/s at an angle of attack ( α ) of 10 degrees. Using the properties of air at an altitude of 60 km as the free-stream properties, a. Calculate β − θ (the measure of shock layer thickness), the static pressure, static temperature, and the static density in the shock-layer both for the upper and lower surfaces using calorically perfect gas assumption...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course MECH ENG AE369 taught by Professor Serhathosder during the Fall '10 term at Missouri S&T.
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