ASE 167M - Computer Assignment 1

ASE 167M - Computer Assignment 1 - be 4 plots Which...

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ASE 167M: Programming Assignment # 1 The Atmosphere 1. Write, test, and document a program which gives temperature, pressure, density, and speed of sound for any altitude in the 8 layer standard atmosphere. Test cases are given in an accompanying document. Be sure to run the atmosphere test program and obtain verification results. 2. Using the data generated by your program, draw a plot of each variable vs. altitude (there will
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Unformatted text preview: be 4 plots). Which variables behave the same? (i.e. which curves are similar?) 3. What would be the drag force acting on an aircraft flying at h = 30000 [ ft ] altitude at an airspeed of V = 400 [ knots ] if its drag coefficient is C D = 0 . 05? (Use S = 600[ ft ] 2 .)...
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