Quiz_1_2011 - Name: _____________ ___________ 2 6. Write...

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EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics – Spring 2011 1/5/11, Prerequisite Information Quiz Name: _____________ ___________ 1 Questions: 1. What is the Reynolds Transport Theorem used for when analyzing a flow? 2. At what speed do small pressure disturbances travel in an ideal gas? 3. What is the continuum assumption and when does it break down? 4. Other than ideal flow (inviscid, incompressible, irrotational) , what is a set of 3 conditions under which you can use the steady version of Bernoulli’s equation? 5. For an incompressible flow, write down the differential form of continuity in vector form.
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Unformatted text preview: Name: _____________ ___________ 2 6. Write down the integral form of conservation of momentum for an Eulerian Method of Description for a fixed control volume. Please describe each of the terms. 7. When is flow in a boundary layer considered to be irrotational? 8. What is required for a flow to be isentropic? 9. What is required for a thermally and calorically perfect gas? 10. Which causes the greatest loss in stagnation pressure? A. A normal shock in a Mach 2 flow B. An oblique shock in a Mach 2 flow C. A Prandtl-Meyer expansion in a Mach 2 flow D. A Mach Wave in a Mach 2 flow...
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