MAE 278 Syllabus
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The First Aeronautical Engineers
Fundamental Thoughts
The Standard Atmosphere
Basic Aerodynamics
Airfoils, Wings, Aerodynamic Shapes
Elements of Airplane Performance
Principles of Stability and Control
Space
MAE 315 Fall 2015, RC. Wetherhold; A a “gem / Lg
Name (print; (last name, ﬁrst name)
Opportunity #3, 16 Dec 2015, closed book; 1 hr 20 min; 86 pts; Show all work! “Box up” your
answers.
I) a) If we check a drawing of a homogeneous beam cross-section to co
MAE 315 Very tiny take-home #1
R. Wetherhold, F 2015
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NAME (print, last name first)
Given out 10/1/15; deadline Wednesday 10/7 at 1:00 sharp. No late work accepted; we will post
the solution shortly afterwards.
Show all work. Please make sure your soluti
2 2.1 Each closed tank contains water with air above at the presmes shown.
What IS the deection h of the manometer 1f the gage uid 13- mercury
Whose specic gravity 15 13.6? . b
k '= 7-1 5,090 ~\ =59,9.90.;2133'Cia)
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Temperature 1C]
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Figure 9.2
Pressuretemperature phase diagram fengo. Intersectien ef the
dashed herizental line at 1 etm pressure with the selid-quuid phase
peundary (paint 2) corresp
Chapter 12
12.5 On the basis of ionic charge and ionic radii given in Table 12.3, predict crystal structures for the following
materials:
(a) CaO
(b) MnS
(c) KBr
(d) CsBr
Justify your selections.
Solution
This problem calls for us to predict crystal struc
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Q. How do I find the value of a property between two
values on a table?
A. The answer is that we interpolate between the values; that is, to estimate the value of a function
between known points. The most com
Introduction to
Aerospace Engineering
MAE 278
Fall 2016
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Course Overview
Objectives
Motivate each of you to enjoy the Aerospace Engineering
profession.
Introduce you to all facets of Aerospace Engineering.
Be available to mentor you.
Pace of
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Class:
MAE 278, Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Practice
Semester:
Fall 2016
Location:
Davis 101
Time:
Tuesday Thursday
5:00 6:20 PM
Instructor:
Mr. Paul T. Schifferle
Sr. Director of Engineering
Ca
Atmosphere and Flight
Air-breathing vehicles depend on the atmosphere
Some vehicles do better with no atmosphere
Others are hybrids
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Standard Atmosphere
A standard atmosphere is a mathematical model which,
on average, approximates the real at
Physical Principles
Conservation of mass
Leads to the continuity equation
Different for compressible or incompressible
Conservation of momentum
Comes from Newtons 2nd Law: F = ma
Leads to Eulers Equation (compressible or
incompressible)
Leads to Be
MAE 315 (Fall 2015)
Instructor: R Wetherhold
Problem: A tank with compressed air has 150 mm outside radius and an 8
mm wall thickness. It is subjected to an internal pressure = 5 due to
compressed air. Furthermore, a collar attached to the top of the tank