AE 164 Homework #3
DO NOT USE AN ONLINE CALCULATOR. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO SOLVE THESE
PROBLEMS WITHOUT AN ONLINE CALCULATOR FOR THE QUIZ.
You may use an online calculator to check your answers of course.
Problem 1 (10 points)
Find P2, T2, and M2 be
AE 164 Homework #4
(50 points) Determine the lift coefficient (cl) and the drag coefficient (cd) for a diamond shaped
airfoil with a half angle of 20 degrees for the following conditions: M1 = 3.00, P1 = 1.00 atm,
= 5 degrees. Draw a sketch of
AE 164 Homework #5
1. (5 points) Ae/At = 69 for the space shuttle main engines. Find the maximum possible Mach number
at the nozzle exit for these engines. Assume = 1.22.
2. (5 points) Ae/At = 2.637, P0 = 1.02 atm, Pe = 1.00 atm. Find the Mach n
AE 164 Homework #6
Due December 3rd
1. (1 point) Above what Mach number does the compressibility of air usually need to be taken
2. (4 points) State the typical Mach number range associated with each word.
Mach _ to _
AE 164 Homework #2b
Problem 3 (15 points) (Problems 1&2 were on HW #2a)
Given the following total pressure and static pressure measurements from a pitot tube, what is
the Mach number of the FREESTREAM fluid? Hint: If the FREESTREAM speed of the f
AE 164 Homework #2a
Problem 1 (30 points)
The purpose of this problem is to compare the properties behind a normal shock using
the incorrect Isentropic Flow Relations and the correct Normal Shock Relations.
What happens to the accuracy (does accu