AERO201 - Homework 4 Solutions
Problem 1
p
a) The minimum glide angle at h = 22000f t is glidemin = 2 KCD0 = 3.14 . The speed and
descent rate are
v
s
u
u 2W
K
V =t
= 470.71f t/s
S CD0
and
Vdescent = V sin(min ) = 25.77f t/s .
The angle of attack and elev
AERO201 - Homework 2 Solutions
Problem 1
a) The aircraft speed is the magnitude of the velocity vector,
V =
p
u2 + w2 = (250f t/s)2 + (30f t/s)2 = 251.79f t/s .
(1)
b) The horizontal ground speed is the component of the velocity vector along the xg -axis,
AERO201 - Homework 3 Solutions
Problem 1
a) The maximum available thrust provided by the jet engine at an altitude of 25,000ft is
T =1
1.0651 103
2.3769 103
0.6
12, 500lbs = 7722.1lbs .
(1)
The fuel flow rate at this operating condition is
dW
= cT = 0.69
AERO201 - Homework 1 Solutions
Problem 1
Using the standard atmospheric model, the temperature at varying altitudes in the troposphere can
be computed using the following formula introduced in lecture,
T = 288.15 6.5 h K, 0km h 11km.
(1)
The temperature a
2. Consider a satellite in a nearly circular orbit about the Earth.
(a) Plot the gravitational acceleration of the satellite due the Earths gravity as a function of the altitude of the
satellite as measured from the surface of the Earth. Scale your plot s
AERO201 - Homework 5 Solutions
Problem 1
Let A and B be orthogonal matrices. That is, A AT = I and B B T = I. Now we define C = A B
and investigate its properties. Consider the product C C T = (A B)(A B)T . It follows that,
C C T = A B B T AT
= A I AT
= A
AER 347 - Space Flight Mechanics
Winter 2014
GSI: Alex Walsh
Assignment 6 Partial Solutions
Date: February 20, 2014
Question #2:
See figures below. Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 are for parts a) and c), which is for an oblate object. Fig. 3 and Fig. 4
are for parts b
AE 305 Amplifiers and Spectrum Analyzers
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Lab preparation assignment
Name:
Date:
Before you arrive at the lab you need to prepare. One way to prepare is to read and understand
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Chapter 2
Basic Properties of Gases
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Overview
Leadership Basics
Course and Air Force definitions
Leadership is both an art & science
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Model Interactional Framework for
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Case Study
2
Sexual Harassment Awareness
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State the Air Force policy on sexual harassment.
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National Security Affairs and
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Overview
Course Materials
Course Objectives / Schedule
Classroom Information
Course Materials
National Security
Affairs
Preparation for
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Nat
1
Sexual Harassment
Overview
Definition of Sexual Harassment
AF Policy
Effects
Case Studies
Samples of Behavior
Cognitive Samples of Behavior:
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2. State commander/supervisory responsibilities regarding
s
Air Force
Suicide Prevention
Overview
Historical Data
Identifying Individuals Who Might be
at Risk
Sources of Help
Ways to Respond
What Prevents People from Seeking
Help?
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Problem 1
In this problem we need to nd po2 /po1 as a function of M1 . This can be done by using the jump equations relating
pre-shock pressure (p1 ) and post shock (p2 ) to the initial mach number (M1 ) and the denitions of the stagnation
pressures. Thus
MIDTERM 1
AE 225/WINTER 2015 - GAMBA
FEB. 26, 2015
Instructions
0 Part 1 is open book and open notes; resources external to the course material is not allowed.
0 Part 2 is closed everything. Note that once you leave Part 2, you will not be able to go back
HOMEWORK 3
AE 225/WINTER 2015 - GAMBA
ASSIGNED: FEB. 7
DUE DATE: FEB. 13
Instructions
Due in class on the due data at the beginning of class.
Show all your derivations to get full credit. Submission of a Matlab script is not sucient to get full credit.
Wo
AB 22 5: Introduction to Gasdynamics
Winter 2014
Midterm Exam 1
(Thermodynamics and Conservation Eqns)
February 14, 2013
Part 1 is open book and open notes; resources external to the course material
is not allowed. Part 2 is closed everything. Note that o
Homework 2 Solution
AE 225/Winter 2015 - Gamba
Problem 1 Solution
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Figure 1. Gas turbine control volume
Part a
Since we want a relationship between thrust, F (force) and heat added, Q (energy), well use the conservation of
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HOMEWORK 1
AE 225/WINTER 2015 - GAMBA
ASSIGNED: JAN. 23
DUE DATE: JAN. 30
Note
Due in class on the due data.
Show all your derivations.
Work out the derivation without the aid of external material.
Problem 1 (20 pts)
Using Matlab, write a script to plot o