EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 9
Due: April 3, 2017
This assignment is to he turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
I. Consider an airplane that weighs 14,700 N and cruises in
EAS 4101
1. NACA fourdigit series Airfoil Notation:
o The first digit is the maximum camber in hundredths of chord.
o The second digit is the location of maximum camber along the chord from the
LE in tenths of chord.
o The last two digits give the maximu
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5.4.3 Cambered Airfoils
Recall the fundamental equation of thin airfoil theory,
dz 1 ( )d
o V
dx 2 0 x
c
The polar transformation form of the fundamental equation is
1 ( )sin d
dz
o
V
2 0 cos cos o
dx
Since z ( x) 0 , the general solution
EAS 4101
5.3.6 RoadMap to Airfoil Theory Solution
The method for deriving airfoil theory of inviscid, irrotational, incompressible
flow is as follows:
1. Replace airfoil of arbitrary shape and thickness in a freestream ( V )
with a vortex sheet of streng
2. Consider an airfoil at 12o angle of attack. The normal and axial force coefficients
are 1.2 and 0.03, respectively. Calculate the lift and drag coefficients.
3. Consider a NACA 2412 airfoil. The following is a tabulation of the lift, drag and
moment co
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FUNDAMENTAL EQUATION OF THIN AIRFOIL THEORY
The equation representing the definition of a stream line OR a solidsurface
boundary condition for the MCL is U ,n w '( s ) 0 and can now be
approximated as
dz 1 ( )d
o V
dx 2 0 x
c
NOTE:
( ) .
The
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.
5.2.3 Relationship between Coefficients of Pressure and Lift
As per the ideal flow road map, we can solve for the pressure distribution on the
upper pu and lower surfaces pl of the airfoil.
o Consider an infinitesimal strip of ds such that the
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 8
Due: March 29, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Show that the solution of thin airfoil theory of a symm
EAS 4101
Fall 2017
Homework # 6
Due: March 1, 2017
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through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Consider the flow over a semiinfinite body (uniform flow
EAS 4101
Fall 2017
Homework # 5
Due: February 22, 2017
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through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. A Pitot tube on an airplane flying at standard sea lev
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 1
Due: January 19, 2017
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through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Consider a Lear jet flying at a velocity of 250 m/s a
EAS 4101
Fall 2017
Homework # 7
Due: March 22, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Consider the flow around the Quonset hut shown below to b
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 9
Due: April 3, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Consider an airplane that weighs 14,700 N and cruises in
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Week 6 article
It is important to be able to think about something and analyze something
individually. Individual thinking and learning has been a pillar of the educational
community for a very long time. I have noticed that most professors in college
act
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Week 10 Article Reflection
The article read was The State of Science Education: Subject Matter Without
Context. What I would like to share with my classmates is that the nature of science is
integral in the learning and understanding of science. My favori
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Week 9 article
This week we had an article by Dufour, about a professional learning
community. Professional learning community is the whole education aspect of our
government and society. There is a bureaucracy of education.
The first Big Idea mentioned b
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Gerardo Diaz
Week 3 Teacher Reflection
My second week as a learning assistant was more eventful than the first one. For
professor Rosenthal, we must attend a 1hour study hall in case any students have
questions or want to do HW with a guide to help them o
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Learning Assistant Protocol
1. The LA used questions to really try to have the student understand. He tried
to explain the process of programming by using analogies and referring to
previous lessons.
2. Specific questions asked to bring out student ideas
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Week 4
The article this week was not as good as the last article I think, but it still is very
good. I think that the assessment of a students knowledge is critical to be able to
run a classroom. I constantly see people that come into class not really kno
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Week 8 article
The first line of the passage that really caught my attention was that A
sociocultural perspective on science education is skeptical and critical. As humans
we learn every day, We have individual ways of learning, as each person in a societ
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Gerardo Diaz
Week 3 Article Reflection
The article as of now has been my favorite article to read. It mentions a
couple points that really hit home for me. The first point that really made me reflect
on my own teaching style is that students are not blank
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2009
Teacher reflection 9
This week was a tumultuous week for me in the classroom. Students are
definitely more comfortable with me now and actually want to come to my office
hours. I honestly wish I didnt have a class right after so I could stay longer. I see
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
P ID: 5607685
Journal Entries 4, 5, 6 and 7
Journal Entry 4:
The student who I chose to observe first, then do the interview with as well was a boy named Jason, 1 st
grade, 6 years old. I chose him because I considered him a challenging choi
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
PH ID: 5607685
Homework #2
In 1991, NCTM published Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics, which articulated a vision of
teaching mathematics based on the expectations that were described in the Curriculum and Evaluation
Standards w
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Homework 1
I generally like math as a subject and I never really had issues or difficulties with math throughout my
education. People would say I am a math person. I like it because it is very simple, it is logical and it
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Journal Entry 1
The teacher has begun the math by separating students in 4 different groups. Since her 1 st grade class
had 20 students total, she made 4 groups of 5 students.
The first group was at the computer, doing th
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
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Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
Panther ID: 5607685
Homework 4
Consider these two statements: "Show how you got your answer" and "Explain why you think your
answer is correct." What types of expectations does each of these statements make of students?
The first statement S
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2015
Maja Vjestica
P ID: 5607685
Homework #5
Describe the thinking a student can use to solve a problem such as 48/6. How would you as a teacher
help to facilitate this type of problem?
When a student sees this division algebraic problem that he needs to solve
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2015
Rojahnnah Arthur
Professor Natalie Paul
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8 September 2015
Data Analysis Homework #!
Throughout my academic career, I have had many math classes from basic math in elementary
school, to analysis & function in high school, to college level trigonomet