MAE 112 PROPULSION Winter 2008 Catalog Data:
Application of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to basic flow processes and cycle performance in propulsion systems: gas turbines, ramjets, scramjets, a
MAE 112 Homework #1
Posted on January 13, 2017
Due to Canvas at 11:00pm Fri. January 20, 2017
Reading: Chapter 1, Chapter 2: 2.1-2.3, Chapter 5: 5.1-5.2
1. On a frictionless level surface lie two sphe
MAE 112 Homework #5
Feb. 9, 2017
Due 11:00pm Fri. Feb. 17, 2017
Reading: Chapter 5: 5.1-5.5
1. For the ideal ramjet engine, do the following.
(a) Show that the specific thrust is
#
"
1/2
p
p
1 2
T
1
=
MAE 112 Homework #6
Posted Feb 18, 2017
Due 11:00pm Fri. Mar. 3, 2017
Reading: Chapter 5: 5.1-5.5
1. Compare the takeoff thrusts of two engines operating with the same core engine airflow
rate, compre
4. The ideal ramjet and turbojet thermal cycles are the ideal Brayton cycle as shown in
the figure below. Show that for constant Cp and the thermal efficiency of this cycle
is
1
th = 1
where
= p03 /
A1\A t\
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an
be s11yiffel\ as
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Design Project Problem
1.1
Equation for TSFC,ST
In this design project, we define ST as:
ST =
T
T
(1 + f )ue + uef (1 + )u
=
=
m
a (1 + )
m
(1 + )
Correspondingly, the TSFC equation would be:
T SF
MAE 112 Midterm #2 Mar. 2, 2016
2:00-2:50pm, closed-book, 4 letter-size, double-sided sheets of notes allowed.
No electronic devices of any kind is allowed.
Total 35 points.
Name:
Student ID:
Problem
MAE 112 Final Exam Mar. 18, 2016
1:30-3:30pm, closed-book, 6 letter-size, double-sided sheets of notes allowed.
No electronic devices of any kind is allowed.
Total 40 points.
Name:
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Problem
MAE112 Homework 5 solution
March 6, 2017
1
Problem 5.11
This problem is to calculate the take-off thrust, which means u = 0.
For turbojet
Ttj = m
a ue
Exhaust velocity in turbojet engine is
ue =
q
2c
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ID:
MAE 112 Quiz #1, 9:05-9:20am, Dec. 5, 2017
Closed-book, No notes and no electronic devices are allowed. Total 12 points.
Answer the following 6 questions (12 points total, 2 points e
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ID:
MAE 112 Quiz #1, 9:05-9:20am, Nov. 21, 2017
Closed-book, No notes and no electronic devices are allowed. Total 12 points.
Answer the following 6 questions (12 points total, 2 points
MAE112 Homework 6 solution
March 15, 2017
1
Problem 7-1
1.1
part a
Figure 1: part a
Case 1 is a compressor because c has same direction as U . w2 < w1 and C3 < C2 indicates that pressure
rise in roto
MAE 112 Homework #7
Posted Mar. 2, 2017
Due 11:00pm Fri. Mar. 10, 2017
Reading: Chapter 7: 7.1-7.5, 7.7-7.8, 8.1-8.3
1. Problem 7.1
2. Problem 7.2
3. Problem 7.3
4. Problem 7.5
5. Problem 7.9
6. Probl
MAE 112 Homework #3 with Solutions
Posted on January 29, 2017
Due 11:00pm, Fri. Feb. 3, 2017
Required Reading:
Distributed Lecture Notes on 1D Channel Flow;
Chapter 2: Sections 2.1-2.3, and Chapter 3;
MAE 112 Homework #5
Feb. 9, 2017
Due 11:00pm Fri. Feb. 17, 2017
Reading: Chapter 5: 5.1-5.5
1. For the ideal ramjet engine, do the following.
(a) Show that the specific thrust is
#
"
1/2
p
p
T
1 2
1
S
MAE 112 Final Exam Mar. 18, 2016
1:30-3:30pm, closed-book, 6 letter-size, double-sided sheets of notes allowed.
No electronic devices of any kind is allowed.
Total 40 points.
Name:
Student ID:
Problem
MAE112 Homework #1 Solutions
Jie Zhu
January 21, 2017
1
Problem 1
Total energy from detonation is E. Total kinetic energy input to the system is t E, which is given to the two masses.
Initially the tw
MAE 112 Midterm #2 Mar. 2, 2016
2:00-2:50pm, closed-book, 4 letter-size, double-sided sheets of notes allowed.
No electronic devices of any kind is allowed.
Total 35 points.
Name:
Student ID:
Problem
MAE112 Homework #2 solution
Jie Zhu
February 4, 2017
1
Problem1
Applying Bernoullis equation at upstream and downstream
1
1
p + u2 = pa + u2m
2
2
where p
(1.1)
1
1
p + u2e = pb + u2m
2
2
is ambient pr
MAE 112 PROPULSION MIDQUARTER EXAM February 13, 2004
Do all three problems in one-hundred-and-ten minutes. Books, notes and calculators can be used freely.
1. Consider a rocket nozzle with initial pr