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AE 369 – INTRODUCTION TO HYPERSONIC FLOW (Fall 2010) M, W 3:30– 4:45 pm Toomey 249 1. Instructor: Dr. Serhat Hosder, 290B Toomey Hall, hosders@mst.edu , Ph: 341-7239 2. Catalog Description: A study of the basic principles of hypersonic flow. Invisvid and viscous hypersonic flow. Application of numerical methods. High temperature flow. Consideration of real gas and rarefied flow. Applications in aerodynamic heating and atmospheric entry. 3. Pre-Requisites: AE Eng 271 or ME Eng or AE Eng 331. 4. Course Website: http://blackboard.mst.edu/webapps/login/ ) Announcements, course related documents, handouts, homework etc. will be all posted to the course website on Blackboard, so please check the page regularly. 5. Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 3:00 pm-4:00 pm or by appointment (you are welcome to come to my office anytime, however an appointment will make sure that I am in my office). 6. Textbook: Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics , John. D. Anderson, Jr., 2 nd Edition, 2006, AIAA Education Series. ( Available to AIAA members with discount from http://www.aiaa.org) 7. Supplementary References: 1. Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics , J. J. Bertin, 1994, AIAA. 2. Elements of Gasdynamics, H. W. Liepmann and A. Roshko, 1957, Reprinted by Dover Pub. 8. Grading:
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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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