fall_2003_sp7 - 50 mph Angles of attack = ± 5 ± 10 ± 15...

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics Cambridge, MA 02139 16.01/16.02 Unified Engineering I, II Fall 2003 Systems Problem 7 Name: Due Date: 10/30/03 Time Spent (min) SP7 Study Time Announcements:
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Fluids Lab 1 (SPL8) Assignment Wind Tunnel Pitot Measurements Learning Objectives Practice acquiring and reducing wind tunnel data Practice using pitot probe relations (Bernoulli, etc) Familiarization with tunnel test procedures Experimental Rig Test Article: F-16 model in Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel Instrumentation: Tunnel’s pitot-static probe Hand-held pitot-static probe Tunnel’s force balance Test Conditions Nominal tunnel speed: 50 mph Angles of attack:
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Unformatted text preview: 50 mph Angles of attack: = ± , 5 ± , 10 ± , 15 ± Raw Data Acquired p , p o (from tunnel’s pitot-static probe) p ( x ) , p o ( x ) (along nose centerline, using hand-held pitot probe) Lift, Drag (from tunnel balance) Normalized Data Presented Top and bottom centerline C p ( x ) for each . (All 8 curves on one plot) C L ( ), C D ( ) Analysis Propose locations of static ports on centerline, and how their measured p ’s could be used to best estimate p and hence V for any . You may assume that p o is known accurately on the aircraft (since this is easy to measure)....
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