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Subject: Re: Homework # 2 From: mille493@purdue.edu Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 18:41:22 -0400 To: "Marc H. Williams" <wiliams@purdue.edu> Dr. Williams, Thank you for your speedy response. I haven't yet heard any comments on my questions regarding problem 3. However, A lot of people were confused about what to do for part 2. I do think it would be beneficial if that were clarified. Thank you again. I am off to conduct the help session. ~Ryan Miller Quoting "Marc H. Williams" <wiliams@purdue.edu>: > > Ryan Miller wrote: >> > > Hi Dr. Williams, >> > > >> > > For problem 2 on homework # 2 - do you want us to integrate the >> > > pressures with respect to both x and y over all surfaces, or will just >> > > x be fine? (I realize that integration of the pressure forces with >> > > respect to y will result in a 0 net force). >> > > >> > > For problem 3 on homework # 2 the mach number of the model turns out >> > > to be above .5 in part a. Should we therefore worry about the mach >> > > number for this part of the problem, or should we just ignore it and
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