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Over the years there has been a dramatic increase in the

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Over the years there has been a dramatic increase in the flight speed (U), altitude (h), weight (w), and wing loading (w/A weight divided by wing area) of aircraft. Use the data given in the table below to determine the lift coefficient for each of the aircraft listed.

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Lecture 11: Fluids/Thermodynamics Outcomes  Explain the different pressures and calculate o Atmospheric pressure o Absolute pressure o Gauge pressure o Hydrostatic pressure o Vacuum pressure Pressure  Normal force exerted per unit area by a fluid  Where o P = pressure (scalar) o F = normal force (vector) o A = area (vector!)  SI units: N/m = Pascal [Pa]  US: lb fin = psi  Also bar, mm Hg, in Hg, torr (see unit conversion sheet) Pressure Example 1 Pressure - Types & Relationships  Atmospheric [P atm - pressure exerted at a certain location o Standard atmospheric pressure =  1 atm (at sea level)

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
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Author: Bruce Munson
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