Equations of Motion Equations of Motion
1
Supersonic Turbulent Jet Flow and Near Acoustic Field
Freund at al. (1997) Stanford Univ. DNS
Conservation Laws Conservation Laws
Conservation of Conservation of mass
Conservation of momentum t
Conservation of

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Unsteady1DFlow
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ConvergingDivergingNozzlesandNormalShocks
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IsentropicFlow
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Aerodynamics C - Exam June 2008
Problems
1
A Supersonic Airfoil
1. Consider a thin airfoil, immersed in a uniform supersonic stream at M = 3.0 at an angle of attack
of = 2.5 deg. The airfoil has a thickness of 2h and has a parabolic upper prole given by:

Delft University of Technology
DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
Course: Thermodynamics and compressible aerodynamics;
Code AE2-125
Course year: 2
Aerodynamics only; exam for students that already passed the thermodynamics
test held in April 2010
Date:

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ThermodynamicsandFlow
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16.100 Take-Home Exam #1
Distributed: October 17 at 10am
Due: October 24 at 9am
Directions: This take-home exam is to be completed without help from any other individual
except Prof. Darmofal. This includes help from other students (whether or not they ar

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IsentropicExpansionandCompressionTurns,ObliqueShocks
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Dimensional Analysis
The study of the physical dimensions (force, length, time and
temperature) of the variables and properties describing uids
and uid ows.
Important uses: Consolidate data from an experiment
Formulating empirical relations from data
In

EDEXCEL HIGHER
FLUID MECHANICS H1 UNIT 8
NQF LEVEL 4
OUTCOME 3 - THE FLOW OF REAL FLUIDS
TUTORIAL 5 DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
3 Flow of real fluids
Head losses: head loss in pipes by Darcys formula; Moody diagram; head loss due to sudden
enlargement and contra

AOE 3114 Compressible Aerodynamics
Primary Learning Objectives
The student will be able to: 1. Identify common situations in which compressibility becomes important in internal and external aerodynamics and explain, in those situations, the effects of com

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Obliqueshockinteractions,airfoiltheoryandconicalflow
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AOE 3114 COMPRESSIBLE AERODYNAMICS
REVIEW SHEET FOR FINAL EXAM
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questions focusing on definitions, explanations, assumptions and overall knowled

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MethodofCharacteristics
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Flowwithheatadditionandfriction
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16.100 Take-Home Exam #2
Fall 2005
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Topic
Topic2
Thermodynamics
1
Why
WhyThermodynamics?
Totellustherelationshipbetweenthepressure,temperatureand
densityofagasasitmoves.
Altogetherthereare6variablesweneedtodescribethestateofa
gas
p
T
e
h
s
pressure(Pa)
density(kg/m3),orspecificvolumev=1/

1D
1DSteadyCompressibleFlow
u
p
T
A
etc
1D
1DSteadyFlow
x, i
Appliestoflowsinducts(suchasnozzles,engines,windtunnels
Appliestoexternalflowsinstreamtubes
Conservation
ConservationofMass
x, i
dV CS U .ndS 0
t CV
Conservation
ConservationofMass
U .ndS U

Normal Shock Waves Normal Shock Waves
Shock Waves Shock Waves
In general Very strong, extremely thin, waves In general Very strong, extremely thin, waves propagating supersonically, producing almost instantaneous
deceleration, compression, increase in p