AE1101 Formula Overview
Aeronautics
Lift for a Balloon.
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Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Formulas
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1.1
Aerodynamics Formulas
Definitions
p = The air pressure. (P a = N/m2 )
= The air density. (kg/m3 )
g = The gravitational constant. (Value at sea level is 9.81N/kg) (N/kg)
h = The height above the earth

Exam Thermodynamics
This exam consists of 6 questions.
A formula sheet can be found at the end of the exam.
The use of Appendices Tables in SI units and in English units, part of
Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics is allowed. No additional notes
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Exam Thermodynamics
This exam consists of 6 questions.
A formula sheet can be found at the end of the exam.
The use of Appendices Tables in SI units and in English units, part of
Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics is allowed. No additional notes
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Exam Thermodynamics
31 October 2014
This exam consists of 6 questions.
A formula sheet can be found at the end of the exam.
The use of Appendices Tables in SI units and in English units, part of
Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics is allowed. No ad

3. [4pt] An engine operates between a source at 550C and a sink at 25C.
Heat is supplied to the heat engine at a steady rate of 120kJ/min.
Determine the theoretical maximum power output of this engine.
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Summary AE1102: Materials & Structures
Bram Peerlings B.Peerlings@student.tudelft.nl December 22, 2010
Based on Reader Materials & Structures (v. 21/12/2010) R. Alderliesten
Chapter 1: Material Physics & Properties
Similitude principle
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