New Mexico State University
AE447
Flow Visualization
Experiment Conducted on February 1,
2017
W2
Emilee M. Gil
Carlos Alberto Molina Holguin
ABSTRACT [Angelo]
This experiment was to inform us of the pattern effects that took place with an airfoil, a flat
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AE 364 FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROLS
Final Exam Review Problems (Fall 2015)
[Part A] A Boeing 747-200 is cruising with u0=871 ft/s at an altitude of 40,00
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Review for Midterm Exam 2: Directional and Lateral Static Stability Controls
[Bossert, D.E., Introduction to Aircraft Flight Mechanics, AIAA; L.V. Schmid
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Review Problems for Midterm Exam 1
Problem 1. An airplane weighs 44,145N (virtually constant during the flight conditions below) with the
cg at the 16% of MA
Finite wing theory (incompressible)
LEC 25
In the previous lectures, we talked about the philosophy of the way dealing a finite wing:
1, we start from easier 2-D airfoil case, 2, then modify the 2-D results to account for 3-D
effects of a real finite wing
Incompressible airfoil theory
LEC 22-23
In the previous lectures, we reviewed potential flow, Kutta-Joukowski theorem and Kutta
condition. Now we have everything required to introduce the thin airfoil theory. This
theory can be used to calculate lift and
Airfoils and the Kutta condition
LEC 22
On any air craft, wings are used to generate lift. How and how much lift is
generated is the topic of the following lectures. We will start with incompressible flow
situation, which is when the Mach number is less t
Potential flow (review)
LEC 21
Since you all take the AE339 class, you should already be familiar with potential
flow. In this lecture, I am just going to give a very brief review of 2-D potential flow.
For steady incompressible and invicid flow, if the f
Frictionless Internal Flow With Heat Transfer
LEC 20
Frictionless flow with heat exchange
Frictionless flow with heat exchange in a constant area duct is analyzed in this lecture. To
explore the effects of heat exchange on a compressible flow, we apply th
Internal Flow With Friction
LEC 19
Gas flow in constant area ducts is commonly encountered in engineering applications. So
far, we only considered invicid internal flow. However, when we consider of natural gas
pipelines, which could be very long (a few m
Internal isentropic Flow in C-D nozzle
LEC 17-18
We have obtained some qualitative idea about flow in a duct with varying cross-sectional
area. In this lecture, we will derive quantitative equations to describe the isentropic flow
within the C-D nozzle. T
Internal 1-D Isentropic Flow
LEC 16
After gained knowledge about speed of sound, isentropic reference conditions and shock
wave, we are able to study the internal flow (duct flow). Duct flow is a very important
topic; the knowledge is widely used when con
Shock-expansion theory on supersonic airfoil
LEC 15
The lift coefficients ( ) of airfoils in incompressible flows are usually determined using
Kutta-Joukowski theory. However, this theory cannot be used directly for compressible
flow case. Especially, whe
Prandtle-Meyer Expansion Waves
LEC 14
As we learn from the previous lectures, when supersonic flow makes turn into itself, an
oblique shock will be generated to make the turn. In contrast, when supersonic pass over
a convexed corner, the flow will bend aw