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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics Cambridge, MA 02139 16.03/16.04 Unified Engineering III, IV Spring 2004 Problem Set 6 Name: Due Date: 3/16/04 Time Spent (min) F17/F18 F19 M19 M20 Study Time Announcements: Q3M is on Wednesday, 3/17 at 9am.

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Unified Engineering Spring 2004 Fluids Problems F17–F19 F17+F18. The airfoil shown is operating at M = 1 . 6. Sketch the ﬂow pattern. a) Determine the pressure p a on the front upper facet. Also obtain the surface Mach number M a for part b). b) Determine the pressure on the rear upper facet. c) Using the surface pressures, determine the L , D , and corresponding c and c d . (Note: ρV 2 = γpM 2 ). c p , 10 10 M a b F19. The pressure-tank reservoir for a paint sprayer contains air at 50 psi (3 . 45 × 10 5 Pa), and T = 300 K . Air is to be supplied to the spray gun at a rate of 10 grams / s. What is the absolute minimum diameter of the air hose that’s required to supply this air?
Problem M19 For wing spars bending loads are the major design driver.

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