AE 2020 Homework #4 Due 3/17/11 1. Show that for a symmetric airfoil Cmle = -Cl/4 by integrating the expression for developed in class.
2. For a thin airfoil with z(x/c) = 2h(x/c)(1-(x/c), find Cmc/4.
3. For a thin, symmetric airfoil at 1.5 degrees angle

AE 2020
Summer/2010
Homework #1: due 27 May 10
(1) Anderson 2.12.
(2) Air flows steadily between two cross-sections in a long, straight section of 12 in. diameter
pipe. The static pressure and temperature are given in the figure below. Determine the
avera

AE 2020 LOW-SPEED AERODYNAMICS Assignment # 8 Please show your work and start early. 1. A flat plate at zero angle of attack is mounted in a wind tunnel where kg P = 101325 N / m 2 U = 100 m / sec = 1.7894 10 - 5 = 1.225 kg / m 3 m - sec A pito

AE 2020 LOW-SPEED AERODYNAMICS Assignment # 2 Please show your work for credit. Momentum Equation Problems 1) Again, consider steady, compressible flow of air through the turbojet engine shown below. The engine is axisymmetric (i.e. it has a circular

AE 2020
Summer/2010
Homework #2: due 8 June 10
(1) A static thrust stand is to be designed for testing a specific jet engine. Knowing the
following test conditions for a typical test, estimate the nominal design thrust:
Intake air velocity = 700 ft/s
Exha

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AE 2020 Low Speed Aerodynamics
Quiz 2 Fall 2007
1 sheet of your handwriting allowed. Please write steps and reasoning.
1.
(20 points) The rotation vector representing a lift-generating object, is 4i+3j-2k, m2/s. This is in a freestream of
methane (CH4)

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1. (10 points) The centers of two line vortices, each of strength +6m2/s, are 0.1m apart. Find the rate at
which they rotate around each other, in degrees per second, due to their mutual interaction.
c. (10 points) One vortex of strength +20 m2/s is 0.1

AE2020 Fall 2012 Assignment 2
1. The NASA Pathfinder-Plus solar aircraft (see
picture) has a wing span of 36.3m, length of 3.6 m,
wing chord of 2.4 meters. Wing aspect ratio is
given as 15. Total mass is 315kg. The maximum
total lift to drag ratio at sea

AE 2020(A)
Spring 2012
Quiz II (4/12/12)
Please sign and print your name below the following statement:
In accordance with the Academic Honor Code at Georgia Tech, I hereby pledge that I
will not provide, or receive, assistance to or from my fellow studen

AE 2020(A)
Spring 2012
Quiz I (2/21/12)
Please sign and print your name below the following statement:
In accordance with the Academic Honor Code at Georgia Tech, I hereby pledge that I
will not provide, or receive, assistance to or from my fellow student

AE 2020(A)
Spring 2013
Some comments and pointers
I hope the following points will help everyone in the task of working to get correct
answers:
1(a) In a handout of my notes that I gave in class on airfoil theory, see where a
discussion of how the moment

AE 2020(A)
Spring 2013
Homework Set IX (Due 4/24/13)
Unless otherwise specied, take the properties of water to be: = 9 104 kgm1 s1 ,
= 1000 kgm3 . For air, use = 1.789 105 kgm1 s1 , = 1.225 kgm3 . For questions 3
to 5, interpolate (linearly) between tabu

AE 2020(A) Spring 2012
Ex. 5.2 of Text
I think Ex. 5.2 is more educational than Ex. 5.4 that I suggested earlier.
For your convenience (in case you do not have your copy of the textbook at hand),
I am also copying the question statement as below:
Consider

AE 2020 (A)
Spring 2012
Final Exam, Part I
Closed Book and notes
Answer each question concisely in the space provided. Be clear and unambiguous.
Except where noted otherwise, each question is worth 1 point in the nal grade. No
reference materials are allo