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Bernoulli Equation
The procedure given in the example for Eulers equation is simple but lengthy. It will be
nice if we can develop a formula, which will yield the pressure field but will not have to
involve the usual integrati

Chapter 7 Flight Plan
Stability and Control
Control
Stability
Static
Longitudinal
Dynamic
Directional
Criteria
Moments about cg
Equations for stability
Neutral point
Static margin
Lateral
Static
Longitudinal
Dynamic
Directional
Lateral
Concept of trim
Ele

Chapter 8 Flight Plan
Anatomy of a space mission
In space Orbits and Trajectories
Ascent through
the atmosphere
Ch. 9 Propulsion (rockets)
Engine performance
Rocket equation
Multistage rockets
Propellants
Gravitational force
Orbit equation
Types of orbits

Chapter 5 Flight Plan
Aerodynamic Shapes
Airfoils
Nomenclature
Aerodynamic Coefficients
Experimental data
Obtaining lift coefficient from pressure
coefficient
Compressibility corrections
Transonic speeds
a. Critical Mach number
b. Drag-divergence Mach num

Chapter 2 Flight Plan
Fundamental Thoughts
Some Physics
Physical Quantities of a Flowing Gas
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pressure
Density
Temperature
Flow Velocity and Streamlines
Origin of Aerodynamic Force
Pressure and Shear Stress
Equation of State - =
Specific v

Chapter 4 Flight Plan
Basic Aerodynamics
Flow with no Friction (Inviscid)
Flow with Friction (Viscous)
Continuity Equation (conservation of mass)
Momentum Equation =
1.
2.
Eulers Equation
Bernoullis Equation
Some thermodynamics
Energy Equation
(conservat

Chapter 4 Flight Plan
Basic Aerodynamics
Flow with no Friction (Inviscid)
Flow with Friction (Viscous)
Continuity Equation (conservation of mass)
Momentum Equation =
1.
2.
Eulers Equation
Bernoullis Equation
Some thermodynamics
Energy Equation
(conservat

Chapter 8 Flight Plan
Anatomy of a space mission
In space Orbits and Trajectories
Ascent through
the atmosphere
Ch. 9 Propulsion (rockets)
Engine performance
Rocket equation
Multistage rockets
Propellants
Gravitational force
Orbit equation
Types of orbits

ENAE283 Midterm Exam, Summer 2013
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ENAE283 Final Exam, Summer 2013
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Chapter 2 Road Map (Flight Plan?)
Fundamental Thoughts
Some Physics
Some Vehicle Aspects
Physical Quantities of a Flowing Gas
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pressure
Density
Temperature
Flow Velocity and Streamlines
Origin of Aerodynamic Force
Equation of State
Specific vol

Chapter 4 Flight Plan
Basic Aerodynamics
Flow with no Friction (Inviscid)
Flow with Friction (Viscous)
Continuity Equation (conservation of mass)
Momentum Equation =
1.
2.
Eulers Equation
Bernoullis Equation
Some thermodynamics
Energy Equation
(conservat

Chapter 8 Flight Plan
Anatomy of a space mission
In space Orbits and Trajectories
Ascent through
the atmosphere
Ch. 9 Propulsion (rockets)
Engine performance
Rocket equation
Multistage rockets
Propellants
Gravitational force
Orbit equation
Types of orbits

ENAE 283 Intro to Aerospace
Systems
Summer I - 2016
Course Overview - Objectives
To introduce you to airplanes and space vehicles as aerospace
systems, and provide the fundamental principles that describe these
systems
To provide an overview and context f

Chapter 4 Flight Plan
Basic Aerodynamics
Flow with no Friction (Inviscid)
Flow with Friction (Viscous)
Continuity Equation (conservation of mass)
Momentum Equation =
1.
2.
Eulers Equation
Bernoullis Equation
Some thermodynamics
Energy Equation
(conservat

Chapter 5 Flight Plan
Aerodynamic Shapes
Airfoils
Nomenclature
Aerodynamic Coefficients
Experimental data
Obtaining lift coefficient from pressure
coefficient
Compressibility corrections
Transonic speeds
a. Critical Mach number
b. Drag-divergence Mach num

Chapter 4 Flight Plan
Basic Aerodynamics
Flow with no Friction (Inviscid)
Flow with Friction (Viscous)
Continuity Equation (conservation of mass)
Momentum Equation =
1.
2.
Eulers Equation
Bernoullis Equation
Some thermodynamics
Energy Equation
(conservat

ENAE283 Homework #1
Due Friday, June 13 at the start of class
Remember that, for all homework assignments in this course, you are
required to submit fully-explained solutions, indicating the sources for any
numbers and equations used.
1. Briefly (in four

ENAE283 Summer 2014
Homework 5 Solutions
Problem 1:
From Appendix A, = 0.92811 kg/m3.
At a = 0, we have zero lift and therefore the moment about the aerodynamic center is the
same as the moment about the center of gravity:
At a = 10,
awb = 0.9697 / 10 =

ENAE283 Homework #4
Due Thursday, July 3, at the start of class
Problems 1 through 9 refer to a four-engine jet aircraft having the following properties
(modeled roughly after the Boeing 747):
Wing area = 540 m2
Aspect ratio = 7.4
Mean chord length = 8.3

ENAE283 Homework #2
Due Wednesday, June 18 at the start of class
Due to the midterm exam on Friday (June 20), the solutions to this homework will
be posted on Wednesday. Late submissions will receive at most 20% credit.
1. Consider an airplane flying at a

ENAE283 Homework #5
Due Wednesday, July 9 at the start of class
Due to the final exam on Friday (July 11), the solutions to this homework will be
posted on Wednesday. *Late submissions will receive at most 20%

Embedded Software Systems
Hexadecimal Arithmetic
Converting back and forth between a
decimal based system (base 10) to a
hexadecimal based system (base 16)
ENAE380 Fall 2016
1
Hexadecimal
arithmetic
All digital computers are based on
a simple concept of

Embedded Software Systems
Digital Logic Circuits
ENAE380 Fall 2016
1
Digital Logic Circuits
Boolean algebra (or Boolean logic)
Any event can be in only one of two states.
True/False
Yes/No
On/Of
1/0
Mark/Space
Dominate/Recessive
Frequency A/Frequ

Memory
ENAE380 Fall 2016
1
Memory
Computer design is similar to basic English grammar.
Subject - data
Verb instruction or action on the data
The basic data element of all computers is the single bit.
Grouping together a series of bits produces a regi

ENAE283: Introduction to Aerospace Systems
Course Syllabus
Summer 2014
Instructor:
Nicholas D'Amore
[email protected] (Please put ENAE283 in the subject line of all e-mails)
Schedule:
Lecture: EGR 3106, MTuWThF 4:30 5:50pm
Office Hours: EGR 3106, Tuesda