EAS 4101  Aerodynamics – Spring 2011
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Homework
1.
Problem 3.5 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
2.
Problem 3.6 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
3.
Problem 3.11 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
4.
Problem 3.14 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
5.
Problem 3.15 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
6.
Problem 3.18 from Bertin’s “Aerodynamics for Engineers”.
7.
Compare a potential vortex of strength
0
,
0
v
2
r
to another vortex defined as
v
r
, where
is a rotational speed.
Sketch the velocity profiles.
Discuss whether or
not the flows are well behaved for all
r
.
Compute the vorticity fields and compare them.
Are
the flows irrotational everywhere?
Do the flows possess any strain rate or shear stress?
What
is
and are viscous forces important?
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course EAS 4101 taught by Professor Sheplak during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.
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