EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2014
2/19/14, Exam 1
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UF ID: _
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The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, calculator, crib sheet, cell phones,
PDAs, etc.

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Spring 2010
02/17/10 Exam #1
You are allowed a pencil/pen and eraser. Scrap paper will be provided to you if necessary.
The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, calculator, crib sheet, cell phones,
PDAs, etc.
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EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2013
2/15/13, Exam 1
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UF ID: _
You are allowed a pen/pencil only. Scrap paper will be provided to you if necessary.
The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, calculator, crib sheet, cell phones,
PDAs, etc.

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2011
3/16/11, 8th Homework
1.
Given:
2 infinite plates, 2-D slot, with the stationary plate at y 0 and one plate moving
at y h with a steady speed
Consider that the flow is steady and fully developed.
p const.
U0
y
h
x
Find:

EAS 4101, S11 University of Florida Use Only
1/5/11
0 Principles of Flight
0.1 Anatomy of the Airplane
0.1.1 Axes of Rotation
Aircraft rotational motion is in three dimensional space. The aircraft will rotate
about three imaginary axes that intersect at t

EAS 4101 solutions by Damian Ricci and Mark Sheplak
Problem 1 Given: A jet of water issuing into a moving cart, declined at an angle as shown. Find: 1. Draw the appropriate control volume, explicity stating unit normal vetors and flux areas. 2. Lis

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2008
04/30/08, Final Exam
Name: _
I. TRUE/FALSE (11 points total - 1 point each)
1. A thermally perfect gas implies that the gas is also calorically perfect.
2. Enthalpy does not change across a normal shock.
3. A body is sa

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Spring 2009
02/25/09 Exam #1
Name: _
I.
TRUE/FALSE (10 Points total 1 point each)
1. Streamlines, pathlines, streaklines, and timelines are identical for steady flows.
2. A streamline is a curve that is everywhere tangent to the inst

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Spring 2009
02/25/09 Exam #1
Name: _
I.
TRUE/FALSE (10 Points total 1 point each)
1. Streamlines, pathlines, streaklines, and timelines are identical for steady flows.
2. A streamline is a curve that is everywhere tangent to the inst

EAS 4101, S10 University of Florida Use Only
1/11/10
1 Introduction
Aerodynamic forces on a vehicle are due to the surrounding fluid, in this case air,
interacting with the vehicle body. Therefore, the study of aerodynamics requires a
detailed working kno

EAS 4101 S10 HW #8 solutions
Problem 1:
a)
U0
y
h
x
Assumptions
(1) Fully developed:
(2) Steady:
V
=0
x
( )
=0
t
(3) Inc.
(4) Navier Stokes:
DV
= p + F + 2 V
Dt
( )
= 0 2-D
z
f =0
(6) b
(7) p = const throughout
(5)
w=
b)
Continuity:
u v
+
= 0 v = v ( x)
x

EAS 4101 S08 HW solutions
02/22/08 4th Homework
1. (1.2 Anderson) Starting with Equations (1.7), (1.8), and (1.11), derive in detail Equations (1.15), (1.16), and (1.17).
N ' = - ( pu cos + u sin ) dsu +
LE
TE
TE
LE
( p cos -
l
l
sin )

EAS 4101 solutions by Damian Ricci and Mark Sheplak
Problem 1
Given:
A jet of water issuing into a moving cart, declined at an angle as shown.
Find:
1. Draw the appropriate control volume, explicity stating unit normal vetors
and flux areas.
2. List your

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2005
2/21/05, Exam #1
Name: _ _
Questions: (30 points total, 3 points each, unless otherwise marked)
1.
What is the definition of the center of pressure for an airfoil?
2.
What is the definition of the aerodynamic center for

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2010
1/12/10, 1st Homework
Problem 1:
A jet of water that is declined at an angle is filling a moving water car. The water car is
moving away from the jet at a constant velocity U and possesses a diameter D . The liquid leve

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2008
02/27/08, Exam # 1
Name: _
I. TRUE/FALSE (13 points total - 1 point each)
1. For lifting flow over a cylinder, lift is proportional to circulation via dAlemberts paradox.
2. Intensive properties are dependent on the siz

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2011
1/19/11, 3rd Homework
Problem 1: A jet of water that is declined at an angle is filling a moving water car. The water car is moving away from the jet at a constant velocity U and possesses a diameter D . The liquid leve

EAS 4101, S11 University of Florida
1/19/11
3 Decomposition of Fluid Motion
3.1 Fluid Kinematics
Describes fluid motion without reference to forces.
There are four distinct components:
o Translational rate
o Solid-body-like rotation rate
o Dilatation (ext

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2015
2/20/15, Exam 1
Name: _
UF ID: _
You are allowed a pen/pencil only. Scrap paper will be provided to you if necessary.
The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, crib sheet, cell phones, PDAs, etc.
Honor Code:

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Spring 2010
02/17/10 Exam #1
Name: _
I.
TRUE/FALSE (10 Points total 1 point each)
1. Extensive properties are dependent on the size of the system.
2. The Reynolds number, an important non-dimensional parameter in fluid mechanics, is

EAS 4101
Spring 2015
Homework # 1
Due: January 23, 2015
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface in Sakai.
1. For the two-dimensional flow of incompressib

EAS 4101 solutions by Damian Ricci and Mark Sheplak
Problem 1
Given:
A jet of water issuing into a moving cart, declined at an angle as shown.
Find:
1. Draw the appropriate control volume, explicity stating unit normal vetors
and flux areas.
2. List your

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2014
3/31/14, Exam 2
Name: _
UF ID: _
You are allowed a pen/pencil only. Scrap paper will be provided to you if necessary.
The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, calculator, crib sheet, cell phones,
PDAs, etc.

EAS 4101 - Aerodynamics Spring 2008
1/24/08, 2nd Homework
1.
Given: - Cartesian form of the N-S equation Find: - Derive Bernoulli's equation for incompressible, inviscid, and irrotational flow. Please state all assumptions and show all steps. Solu

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Spring 2010
03/31/10 Exam #2
You are allowed a pen only. Scrap paper will be provided to you if necessary.
The following items are NOT allowed: notes, textbook, calculator, crib sheet, cell phones,
PDAs, etc.
Honor Code:
On my honor,

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Fall 2016
11/16/16, 31st Lecture
Announcements:
1. Homework 9 is due 11/18
2. Exam 3 is still scheduled for November 21st and will cover material from chapters 4 and 5. A
review sheet and sample equation sheet has been posted on canv

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Fall 2016
11/14/16, 30th Lecture
Announcements:
1. Homework 9 is due 11/18
2. Exam 3 is still scheduled for November 21st and will cover material from chapters 4 and 5
Topics:
1. Flow Over Finite Wings (5.1)
a. Wing tip vortices
b. D

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Fall 2016
10/21/16, 22nd Lecture
Announcements:
1. Homework 6 is due on 10/21.
2. Exam 2 will be on October 24th. It will cover material through section 3.15. Material
covered is listed in file in the 2016 Exams folder on canvas
Topi

EAS 4101 Aerodynamics Fall 2016
11/4/16, 27th Lecture
Announcements:
1. Homework 7 is due 11/4
2. Exam 3 is still scheduled for November 21st
Topics:
1. Incompressible Flow over Airfoils (sects. 4.4 4.9)
a. Basic Philosophy Theoretical Solution
b. Review

EAS 4101
6 Flow Over Finite Wings
In the period 1912-1918, Ludwig Prandtl showed that the aerodynamics of wings
could be split into two parts:
o The study of the section of a wing an airfoil (infinite wing, no tips)
We just completed this section Introduc

EAS 4101, University of Florida
4.7 Doublets
limit of vanishing distance while holding the magnitude of the product of the
distance and strength constant.
Consider the superposition of a source and a sink as shown below
P @ ( r , )
1
2
source
sink
K
o Th

EAS 4101, University of Florida
Laplaces Equation
Lets consider 2 =
0 . This solution can easily be applied to . Separate the
variables in polar coordinates:
o Assume that ( r , ) = A ( r ) B ( ) and then substitute into Laplaces
equation
1 1 2
r 2 B A 2

EAS 4101
5.4 Classical Thin-Airfoil Theory
Consider that the following airfoil is made very thin.
From a distance, the vortices on the top and bottom surface almost coincide.
This allows us to approximate a thin airfoil by replacing it with a single vorte

EAS 4101, University of Florida
3 Decomposition of Fluid Motion
3.1 Fluid Kinematics
Describes fluid motion without reference to forces.
There are four distinct components:
o Translational rate
o Solid-body-like rotation rate
o Dilatation (extensional str