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Unformatted text preview: AE369 Homework 4, Fall 2010 Due Wednesday, October 27Reading Assignment: Chapters 2 and 3 of your textbook. 1.For a range of Mach numbers between 5 and 40, a.Plot the pressure coefficient on a wedge surface as a function of Mach number (i)using calorically perfect gas (CPG) assumption and (ii)using the hypersonic similarity principle (HSP) for a halfwedge angle of =20o. (iii)Include the pressure coefficient value obtained with infinite Mach number (hypersonic limit) + small angle assumption in your plots. (iv)Include also the pressure coefficient obtained with the Newtonian Theory in your plots. b.Plot the pressure coefficient on a wedge surface as a function of Mach number (i)using CPG assumption and (ii)using the HSP for a halfwedge angle of =5o. (iii)Include the pressure coefficient value obtained with infinite Mach number (hypersonic limit) + small angle assumption in your plots. (iv)Include also the pressure coefficient obtained with the Newtonian Theory in your plots. plots....
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