The Aeronautical Journal
January 2016 Volume 120 No 1223
3
pp 312. Royal Aeronautical Society 2016
doi: 10.1017/aer.2015.3
Airbus Group: A Story of
Continuous Innovation
Jean Botti
Airbus Group
Toulouse
France
ABSTRACT
The 150th anniversary of the Royal A
Homework Solution 6
1.
Consider the case of a cylinder of radius R with circulation in a uniform flow.
The potential of the resulting flow field is given in polar coordinates by
= V r cos +
k cos
2 r
2
2
Where k = 2 R V . Find:
(a)
The pressure coeffici
MAE 361. Aerodynamics I
Solutions to Homework 4
1. An incompressible fluid flows steadily through a row of fixed airfoil-shaped surfaces
called a blade cascade. The surfaces are spaced h apart. The fluid velocity approaching
the cascade is V and makes an
MAE 361
Homework Solution 3
Note to the Class:
As far as the second homework stands, I can concede the fact that I graded rather
harshly, but at the same time the work was no where near the quality of the last
homework. However, due to your drastic recent
MAE 361, Aerodynamics 1
Homework Solution 1
PLEASE READ:
On this homework assignment, I noticed many areas of improvement in the quality of your
presentation. You are now Juniors in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department and it
is time to cha
MAE 361. Aerodynamics I.
SOLUTION 5.
1. A jet of water discharges vertically upward from a nozzle. The nozzle exit diameter is
2 cm, and the reservoir water level is 2 m above the nozzle exit. The jet supports a 500-g
plate, which is constrained by fricti
MMAE416Prof.M.Vural
ESTIMATING R/C MODEL AERODYNAMICS AND PERFORMANCE
Adapted from Dr. Leland M. Nicolais Write-up (Technical Fellow,
Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Company)
by
Dr. Murat Vural
(Illinois Institute of Technology)
I OVERVIEW
The purpose of thi
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical
Engineers, Part G: Journal of Aerospace
Engineering
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Aerodynamic study of the dart paper airplane for micro air vehicle application
Jrg U. Schlter
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechani
Chapter 2
Inviscid, Incompressible Flow Past Circular
Cylinders and Joukowski Airfoils
2.1 Background
2.1.1 Notation
In two-dimensions, the obstacles are cylinders of various cross sections, whose axis
is perpendicular to the plane in which the flow is ta
MAE 361. Aerodynamics I.
Solutions to Homework 2
1. (40 pts) What force F must be applied to the edge of a right-angle gate to keep it
closed? The gate has a constant width w and the liquid has a density .
Pt distribution is as follows:
(5) Right Answer
(
Homework Solution 4
1. Consider a thin airfoil with no camber but with a trailing-edge flap. The flap hinge is
located at x = x f , and the flap angle is f (positive flap angle is for downward
deflection).
0
Y ( x) =
( x f x ) tan f
x < xf
x > xf
Note t