RP_Intro_Move_2 - more consistent model but it can treat only symmetrical flow cases(Copyright ⓒ AIAA – reprinted with permission 1 How many

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RP Intro Move 2 Analysis Exercise Task: Read the middle section of Almosnino’s Introduction (containing Move 2) and then answer the questions that follow. (6) However, the previously mentioned methods suffer from some limitations mainly concerning the treatment of the vortex wake formation and its interaction with the body. (7) The first group of methods 2-4 cannot treat 3D flows and is limited to very slender bodies. (8) The second group of computational methods 5-8 is time consuming and therefore expensive, and its separation prediction is no sufficiently accurate. (9) Both the methods in 9 suffer from the dependency on too many semi-empirical inputs and assumptions concerning the vortex wake and its separation. (10) The steady 3D nonlinear vortex-lattice method, upon which the present method is based, eliminates many of these limitations by introducing a
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Unformatted text preview: more consistent model, but it can treat only symmetrical flow cases. (Copyright ⓒ AIAA – reprinted with permission) 1. How many “critique” expressions can you find in the passage? Underline or highlight them. 2. What word signals that Move 1 has ended and Move 2 has started? What other words or expressions could also indicate this shift? 3. This Move 2 occupies as many as five sentences. Why do you think Almosnino has put these sentences in this particular order? 4. Can you now anticipate what the next sentence is going to be? Source: Swales, J. M., & Feak, C. B. (2004). Academic writing for graduate students: Essential tasks and skills (2 nd Edition). Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press....
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