ASE 167M - Lecture 10

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ASE 167M Final Quiz Review

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09/18/11 ASE 167M Review - Kyle DeMars 2 General Information time / place Wednesday, May 5th at 4:00 PM in class (this is the only quiz - NO FINAL) bring one sheet (8.5”x11”) of handwritten notes (both sides) calculator paper will be provided CLOSED BOOK TEST
09/18/11 ASE 167M Review - Kyle DeMars 3 Lecture #1 Aircraft Systems – Identify Instruments Pitot-type Airspeed Indicator Altimeter VVI Gyroscopic Attitude Indicator Turn Coordinator Heading Indicator

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09/18/11 ASE 167M Review - Kyle DeMars 4 Lecture #1 aircraft systems – How does it work? Pitot-type Bernoulli’s equation + applications know airspeeds & relationships calibrated true equivalent (corrected for compressibility) indicated (as measured by airspeed indicator) V true = 2 P T - P ( 29 ρ V cal = 2 P T - P ( 29 ρ sl = V true ρ ρ sl streamline along const P V P T . 2 1 2 = = + ρ
09/18/11 ASE 167M Review - Kyle DeMars 5 Lecture #1 airspeed definitions white, green, yellow and; red line know how main instruments work airspeed indicator altimeter vertical velocity indicator (VVI) attitude indicator turn and slip indicator (ball) flight control systems elevators, ailerons, rudder, trim tabs know effects of flaps

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09/18/11 ASE 167M Review - Kyle DeMars 6 Lecture #1 Flight #1 Know how to get R/C max , Gamma max and its respective velocities Know how to get R/D min , Gamma min and its respective velocities Know how to determine them analytically and graphically: Fit 2 nd . Order curve, plot and read from the graph, etc… With the eq. take derivatives, etc… h x h max γ max
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