Learning/Practice Objectives:
Be able to apply Bernoullis Equation to calculate velocity given the pressure
and vice versa
Be able to apply Bernoullis Equation to calculate airspeed given the
measurement obtained
Practice/Learning Objectives
- Be able to obtain the velocity components in a flow field from a given stream
function or velocity potential in Cartesian or Polar Coordinates
° Be able to obtain the stream function or velocity potential from a given
veloci
AE-3131 Exam 2 Review
Overview
Test Time/Date: 9:30-10:45 AM, Thursday, November 5, 2015
Location: 125 Butler-Carlton Hall
Test will be closed book and closed notes.
You are allowed to bring:
A calculator
One sheet of paper (8.5 x 11) for equations
AE-3131 AERODYNAMICS I FALL 2015 REVIEW SHEET FOR TEST 2
Test Date: Thursday, November 05, 2015
Time: 9:30-10:45 AM
Location: 125 Butler-Carlton Hall
Test will be closed book and closed notes. You are allowed to bring:
1. A calculator
2. One sheet of pape
Practice/Learning Objectives
° Know basic properties (stream function, velocity potential, and velocity components)
of the two elementary ﬂows (uniform ﬂow and source/sink)
' Know how we use superposition of elementary ﬂows in the study of general potenti
Practice/Learning Objectives
' Know basic properties (stream function, velocity potential, and velocity components)
of uniform and doublet ﬂows
' Know how we use can model a non-lifting potential flow around a circular cylinder
and obtain various flow cha