AE 312:
EXAM I FORMAT
J. C. Dutton
(1)
The first exam will be on
Friday, March 4
th
from 1:00
1:50 pm.
(2)
The format for the exam is
closed book, closed notes
; however, the following materials may be
used during the exam:
(a)
Isentropic and normal shock tables will be handed out and may be used.
Interpolation in
the tables is unnecessary on the exam
.
You should plan to use the tables or have all the
appropriate isentropic and normal shock functions preprogrammed in your calculator.
Do
not plan to evaluate the functions from their equation definitions
, as this will take too
much time.
(b)
To avoid rote memorization, the attached equation sheet will be provided with the exam.
(c)
A copy of the Table of Influence Coefficients will be provided.
(d)
The only things that you need to bring to the exam and that I should see on your desk or
anywhere near it are a pencil, an eraser, and a calculator.
In particular, cell phones should be
shut off and put away.
(3)
The exam will include a section of short answer / fillintheblank / truefalse questions to test
conceptual understanding, definitions, physical reasoning, etc., in addition to several problems
similar to the homework and example problems.
For all problems the unit system will be SI and
the gas will be air:
=1.4 and R=287 J/kgK.
(4)
The material covered by the exam is as follows (refer to Detailed Course Outline):
Section 1.
Review of Fluid Mechanic and Thermodynamic Principles
Section 2.
OneDimensional Wave Motion; Normal Shock Waves
Section 3.
Governing Equations for Generalized OneDimensional Flow
Section 4.
Isentropic Flow with Area Change (through V.C.
Applications:
ConvergingDiverging
Nozzle)
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TABLE OF INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS
J. C. Dutton
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f
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2
M
2
1
1
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M
2
1
M
2
1
M
2
1
1
2
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 Spring '08
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 Mach number, Shock wave, normal shock, J. C. Dutton

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