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EAS4101_S11_L7

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EAS 4101–Aerodynamics – Spring 2011 1/21/11, 7 th lecture Announcements: 1. Please borrow a copy of the “Multi-Media Fluid Mechanics CD-ROM” from the TAs if you need help visualizing the differences between Lagrangian and Eulerian Methods of description. This CD will also be very helpful when we cover potential flow, boundary layers, etc. Topics: 1. Review from last time 2. Decomposition of Fluid Motion a. Fluid kinematics b. Four types of fluid motion c. Fluid motion in ideal flow 3. Ideal Flow a. Euler’s equation b. Euler-S equation c. Euler-N equation d. Derivation of Bernoulli equation e. Roadmap for solving ideal flow problems 4. Basic Planar Flows a. General Solution to Laplace’s Equation b. Source and sink flow c. Doublet flow d. Non-lifting flow over a cylinder e. Ideal Vortex f. Lifting flow over a cylinder Reading Assignments: 1. Chapter 3 of Aerodynamics for Engineers will be discussed in class this week.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. If you need additional information regarding the recent material, please review the following items in your EGN 3353C text (Cengel and Cimbala): a. Section 4-1: Methods of Description, del operator, material/substantial derivative, b. Section 4-2: Stream, streak and path lines. c. Section 4-5: Reynolds Transport Theorem d. Section 5-2: Conservation of mass, integral form e. Section 6-3: Surface and Body forces, stress tensor f. Section 6-4: Conservation of linear momentum, integral form g. Section 9-2: Conservation of mass, differential form h. Sections 9-4 and 9-5: Conservation of momentum, differential form (N-S equations) i. Section 4-4: Kinematic decomposition of fluid motion j. Sections 5-4, 10-4: Bernoulli’s equation Homework: 1. HW#3: see website, due 1/26/11...
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