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EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics – Spring 2011 1/1 HW 1 Learning Objectives, HW 3 Assigned: Wednesday, 1/19/11 Due: Wednesday, 1/26/11 The homework problem will help your understanding of the following concepts: Problem 1 o Control volume selection for minimizing mathematical complexity o Projecting an incident velocity field that is not normal to a control volume surface and accounting for the effective change in area o Accounting for relative velocities in moving control volumes Problem 2 o Control volume selection for minimizing mathematical complexity o Projecting an incident velocity field that is not normal to a control volume surface and accounting for the effective change in area o Accounting for relative velocities in moving control volumes Problem 3 o Ejection of mass from boundary layers o Integration of mass and momentum fluxes across control surfaces
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Unformatted text preview: o Calculation of drag force Problem 4 o Integration of mass and momentum fluxes across control surfaces o The relation of a wake to a velocity defect, momentum defect, and drag Problem 5 o Integration of mass and momentum fluxes across control surfaces o Entrainment of mass in jets and wakes despite constant momentum Problem 6 o Working with the differential forms of the conservation equations o The gradient of a scalar field points in the direction normal to constant surfaces of that scalar (Textbook, 2.2.5) Problem 7 o Inclusion of pressure forces in control volume analysis o Review of manometer concepts and calculations Problem 8 o Control volumes with free surfaces o Working with time dependent variables...
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