AAE 333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #4
Due: Friday 09/22/2017
(3 problems worth 30 points)
1. [10 points] Velocity field for inviscid, incompressible flow around a circular cylinder of radius
R has the f
AAE 333 Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2017
Homework #7
Due: Tuesday 10/27/2017
(3 problems worth 30 points)
1. [10 points]As a City Engineer you are overseeing the order for a new fire truck. You need
to make
Math 304, Fall 2012, Test 2 Short Review
I will quickly review how we analyze non-linear systems only.
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Chapter 9: Non-linear systems.
The central section here is 9.3. The idea is quite simple and na
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Lab Section: Day: Time: Group:
AAE 352L
Lab 2.6: Structurai Dynamics
Pre-Lab Questions
1. What is the difference between the static and dynamic structura! quantities? What are these
terms?
2.
Statistics the science of collecting, organizing, summarizing, and analyzing info to draw conclusions or answer questions. Process is 1) Identify research objective, 2) Collect info, 3) Describe data,
Chap4: Scatter Diagram-shows relationship between 2 quantitative variables; explanatory on x-axis; response on
y-axis Explanatory/Response Variable-expl is predictor for response variable (value can b
Recall that the least-squares regression line minimizes the sum of the squared residuals. This means that the sum
of the squared residuals, residuals2, is smaller for the least-squares line than for a
Experiment 2.4:
Thin-walled Shear Beams
Purpose
This lab demonstrates the concept of constant shear thinwalled beams. Tests are
performed on a threestringer beam in bending. The computer simulation ex
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AAE 352 Lab
Torsion of Airfoils
by
Ray Forrest
Tuesday, 1:30, Week A
Purdue University
September 29th, 2017
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1. Intro
This exercise was intended to investigate thin-walled members subject to torsio
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AAE 352 Lab
Bending of Aircraft Wings
by
Ray Forrest
Tuesday, 1:30, Week A
Purdue University
September 29th, 2017
2
1. Intro
This exercise was intended to demonstrate how airplane wings bend when ex
AAE 352, CRN 62157, Fall 2017
Homework #2; Due on Wednesday, September 06
Solve the following problems. This HW is for your own benefit and is necessary to properly learn
the material. You may work in
Ray Forrest
AAE 300
NASA wishes to reach Mars in just over a decade from now, and several firms have begun preliminary
design to carry out the mission. Lockheed Martin has just unveiled their design c
Chapter 4
Laplace transforms and transfer
functions
This chapter presents a review of the Laplace transform and some of its properties. The
Laplace transform will also be used to solve some simple dif
AAE 352, CRN 62157, Fall 2017
Homework #6; Due on Wednesday, October 18
Solve the following problems. This HW is for your own benefit and is necessary to properly learn
the material. You may work in t
AAE 333 Fluid Mechanics
Homework #6
Due: Friday 10/20/2017
(3 problems worth 30 points)
1. [10 points] You have landed on Mars as one of the members of the first expeditionary
missions. You land at th
AAE333 Fluid Mechanics
Fall 2017
Homework #8
Due: Friday, November 3, 2017
(3 problems worth 30 points)
1. [10 points] Consider a Rankine Oval composed of a uniform flow with velocity V , a source
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AAE352
Shear Flow in closed thin-wall sections
Reading Weisshaars text pdf, Chapter 7
AAE 352
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flows in a thin-wall cross-section
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Experiment 2.5:
Stability of Structures
Purpose
This lab considers a very important property of systems in equilibrium, namely sta
bility of the equilibrium. Basically, we are interested in what happe
Experiment 2 .6:
Structural Dynamics
Purpose
Dynamic loading of aircraft structures is a very important design consideration. First,
cyclic loads can cause a resonance phenomenon; that is, for relativ
AAE 301 Exam 1) Fall 2008.
Please put your best answer Clearly written in a box.
Two pages of notes and no calculators.
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AAE 333, SPRING 2012
Midterm Exam 1
INSTRUCTIONS:
DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO
THIS TEST IS CLOSED BOOKS AND CLOSED NOTES
You can use one-page formula sheet.
Show your work to re
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AAE 301 Exam 17 Spring 2008.
Please put your best answer on the exam.
Two pages of notes and no calculators.
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