ASE 201 - Assignment due Dec. 7

# ASE 201 - Assignment due Dec. 7 - Final Project Part B Due...

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Final Project Part B: Due last class day at 5 pm. Late programs will not be accepted, so you must give us whatever you have at 5 pm. Option A: Maximum height of a rocket ( Use parameters from previous assignment) You will continue calculating the rocket velocity and height after burn out. After burnout there is no further increase in velocity due to thrust and there are only gravity forces and drag forces acting on the rocket. You will not calculate v and h after burn out for the case with no gravity and no drag because the velocity would not change and the rocket would keep increasing its height at a constant rate. For the other 2 cases, after burnout, you will have another loop which keeps calculating v and h. You will need to modify the velocity equation to be v new =v(t b ) –G new –d new or v new = v old - g t - .5*C D A ρ new v 2 old t You will keep calculating as long as v new >= 0. V old will be set to v(t b ) before you enter this loop. Output.

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## This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course ASE 201 taught by Professor Hayes during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas.

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ASE 201 - Assignment due Dec. 7 - Final Project Part B Due...

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