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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laurine Willms on Monday September 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ASE 320 at University of Texas at Austin taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see /class/181853/ase-320-university-of-texas-at-austin in Aerospace Engineering at University of Texas at Austin.


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Date Created: 09/07/15
ASE 320 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Sp 2005 Objectives Introduction to fundamental concepts uid statics integral and differential analysis detailed analysis of inviscid incompressible flows aerodynamics of airfoils and wings Prerequisites Mathematics 427L with a grade of at least C credit or registration for Aerospace Engineering 120K Knowledge skills and abilities students should have before entering this course Working knowledge of calculus and differential equations statics and dynamics Ability to 1 draw free body diagrams 2 solve dynamics problems using Newton39s laws of motion Knowledge skills and abilities students gain from this course Ability to 1 compute pressure distribution in a static fluid 2 determine resultant force and moment on a body subjected to a pressure distribution 3 use control volume analysis to solve ow problems 4 use the differential equations for uid motion to solve simple ow elds 5 use dimensional analysis for scaling experimental results 6 solve ows past wings and bodies If you don39t have them already this course will help you develop effective problemsolving skills Impact on subsequent courses in curriculum This material is needed for Propulsion ASE 376K Flight Dynamics ASE 367K Boundary Layer Theory and Heat Transfer ASE 340 and the senior Design classes It is also needed for elective courses like Compressible Flow ASE 362K Viscous Fluid Flow ASE 346 etc ABET Program Criteria outcomes achieved Determination and ABET Criteria 2000 outcomes achieved Outcome Outcome a An ability to apply knowledge 9 An ability to communicate of mathematics science and effectively engineering b An ability to design and conduct h The broad education necessary experiments as well as to to understand the impact of analyze and interpret data engineering solutions in a globalsocietal context c An ability to design a system i A recognition of the need for component or process to meet and an ability to engage in life desired needs long learning d An ability to function on multi j A knowledge of contemporary disciplinary teams issues e An ability to identify formulate k An ability to use the techniques and solve engineering skills and modern engineering problems tools necessary for engineering practice f An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility Topics Based on 28 meetings for class scheduled TTh equivalent to 42 meetings of class scheduled on MWF Introduction and Overview aeg A 2 classes Fluid statics aeg A 3 classes Control volume analysis aeg A 6 classes Differential analysis of uid motion aeg A 4 classes Dimensional analysis aeg A 2 classes Viscous internal ows aeg A 3 classes Viscous external ows and boundary layers aeg A 3 classes V ng and airfoil theory aeg A 4 classes Midterm Tests 2 classes Note Some of the ABET quotoutcomesquot eg fj are part of a metacurriculum for example I will occasionally refer to professionalethical issues or to the global context in which propulsion engineering problems are formulated and solved but I will not be devoting individual classes to these topics Computer Computer spreadsheets and programs such as Matlab will be useful for solution of some problems especially those involving potential ows


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