MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 4
Handed out: 1 October 2013
Due: 9 October 2013
Problem 0 (0 points)
Read and understand sections 2.16, 3.3, and 3.4 in the textbook.
Problem 1 (30 points)
Consider a steady viscous incompressible flo
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 2
Handed out: 4 September 2013
Due: 11 September 2013
Problem 0 (0 points)
Read and understand example problems 1.1 and 1.2 in the textbook. Do not turn in.
Problem 1 (20 points)
Starting with Eqs. 1.1
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 5
Handed out: 9 October 2013
Due: 16 October 2013
Problem 0 (0 points)
Read and understand section 2.16, 3.3, and 3.4 in the textbook.
Problem 1 (20 points)
Consider an two-dimensional, incompressible,
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 6
Handed out: 16 October 2013
Due: 23 October 2013
Problem 1 (10 points)
Consider a uniform flow with velocity V. Show that this flow is a physically possible
incompressible flow and that it is irrotat
Problem 5 (20 points)
Consider the drag force for an incompressible viscous flow past an aircraft. What functional form
relates the dimensionless variables ?
Solution:
The drag force on an aircraft for an incompressible flow can be expressed as
D D ( ,V ,
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Project I (XFOIL)
Handed out: 23 October 2013
Due: 4 November 2013
This project is intended to introduce you to using the XFOIL code for analysis of airfoils.
CAUTION: You may end up having fun with this homework!
Problem
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 7
Handed out: 11 November 2013
Due: 18 November 2013
Problem 0 (0 points)
Read and understand sections 4.11, 4.13, 4.14, and 4.15 in our textbook.
Problem 1 (20 points)
The NACA 4412 airfoil has a mean
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 3
Handed out: 16 September 2013
Due: 23 September 2013
Problem 1 (10 points)
A small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is on a surveillance mission and is flying at an airspeed of 30
mph. It is required to
Study guide for Chapter 1 for the Exam 1
Chapter 1 has introduced a series of important terminology, thoughts, definitions, and concepts, which are essential to the progressive study of aerodynamics. The students are expected to Remembering: The definitio
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I Fall 2009 Homework Assignment 1 Handed out: 19 August 2009 Due: 26 August 2009 Use a word processor for all of the problems in this homework
Problem 1 (20 points)
Read sections 1.11.3 in the textbook. Answer the following: (a) What
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I Fall 2009 Homework Assignment 2 Handed out: 27 August 2009 Due: 7 September 2009
Problem 0 (0 points) Read and understand example problems 1.1 and 1.2 in the textbook. Do not turn in. Problem 1 (25 points) Textbook chapter 1, page
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I Fall 2009 Homework Assignment 3 Handed out: 16 September 2009 Due: 23 September 2009
Problem 1 (10 points) A small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is on a surveillance mission and is flying at an airspeed of 30 mph. It is required to
Midterm Practice Exam 1 for MAE355 Problem 1 a. Give the definitions of the lift, drag, and moment coefficients CL, CD, and CM in mathematical expressions and name the variables used in these definitions. b. What are the advantages of using these dimensio
cannot have
two different
velocity
directions
Correct choice is B, because gamma = 0 at the TE for this choice.
Answer for alpha_i = (C_L)/(pi*AR) in radians = 0.032 radians = 1.85 deg
direction of vortex
= clockwise
Cd = D'/(0.5*rho*V^2*c) = 0.01933
MAE 355, Aerodynamics I
Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 1
Handed out: 21 August 2013
Due: 28 August 2013
Please use a word processor for all of the problems in this
homework
Problem 1 (20 points)
Read sections 1.11.3 in the textbook. Answer the following:
(