AEE 360. Aerodynamics.
Homework Assignment 5. Due October 26.
Students earnng a score of 80% or above on Part 1 of this assignment will receive credit for course
Outcome #4.
Part 1. For this homework
MAE 360. Aerodynamics.
Homework Assignment 6. Due November 9.
1. Compare the zero-lift angle you found for the NACA 4412 a) in the laboratory, and b) in homework assignment
#3, to that predicted by th
AEE 360. Aerodynamics.
Homework Assignment 1. Due August 31.
Instructions: Homework solutions are expected to be presented in a professional manner. In addition to the
plots, gures, calculations and c
1. The gure shows a schematic of a ducted fan (or ducted propeller) proposed for aircraft propulsion. The
device is operating in a uniform ow of velocity VDo and atmospheric pressure poo. The duct is
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Homework Assignment 3. Brief Solutions.
Part 1.
1. Files with the data for the NACA 0012 airfoil are found in the "Course Handouts" folder on the
course blackboard. The les are
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Homework Assignment 3. Due September 28.
Part 1. The airfoil pressure data used in homework assignments 1 and 2 was generated using ideal-ow
assumptions. The air was assumed to
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Homework Assignment 2. Brief Solutions.
Note that these are brief solutions and are meant to provide technical guidance. They are not presented
as required for homework assignme
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Homework Assignment 2. Due September 14.
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Introduce the problem
Explain what you did
Present the results
Provide
2. Consider the NACA 4512 airfoil (pictured below). The gure shows the ideal pressure-coefcient distribution
over the upper and lower surfaces for a = 0. (Flow is incompressible and inviscid.)
Pressur
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Homework # 3
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Part 1.
Question 1.
In this problem, we are to plot the pressure distribution over the NACA 0012 airfoil at the angle
attack of 6 degrees and
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HW #: 2
Due: September 14, 2017
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Problem 1. An circular cylinder object with diameter, d, and length, l, is experiencing steady
flow. Now we are to determine
Problem 1:
Similarities:
Thickness
Chord Length
Sharp Trailing Edge
Curved Leading Edge
Differences:
NACA 4412 is cambered and curves up
NACA 0012 is symmetric
Figure 1
Problem 2: From both figures be
Quonset hut, a light weight metal building with semicircular cross-section is shown below. It has a radius
of 3 m and is 10 meters long. It is in hurricane with the atmospheric pressure of 95 kPa and
Laboratory Experiment #2: Bending of
Cantilever Beams and Material Corrosion
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A Lab Report Presented in Partial Fulfillment
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Free and Forced Vibrations due to Rotating
Unbalance
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A Lab Report Presented in Partial Fulfillment
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Stress Concentration in Flat Plates
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AEE 325: Aerospace Structures/Materials
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Material Characterization: Elasticity,
Plasticity and Fracture
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A Lab Report Presented in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Course
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Pure Torsion Test of Circular Rods
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Ralph Renzo Garcia
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AEE 325 Exam 1 -Spring 2017
1. A large transport aircraft with gross weight = 100,000 lb. has a pitching mass moment of inertia
I = 40,000,000 lb.sec2.in. The airplane is making a level landin
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AEE 325 - Quiz 1 (Review on Solid Mechanics)
1. A simply supported beam with uniformly distributed load, P (N/m) along the
span length of L is shown in gure.
(i)What is the maximum bendingnnor
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Homework Assignment 1. Brief Solutions.
Note: These are brief solutions intended to provide technical guidance. They are not formatted as required for
submission. Please see the