## Aerodynamics

Course No. | M2795.002300 | Lecture No. | Course Title |
Compressible Fluid Dynamics |
Credits | 3 | ||
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Instructor | Name : Chongam Kim | Homepage : http://mana.snu.ac.kr | ||||||

E-mail : chongam@snu.ac.kr | office : 880-1915 | |||||||

1. Goals |
This course examines the nonlinear aerodynamic phenomena by studying the theory of shock wave, expansion wave, supersonic wing theory, and lift-generation mechanism. The lift/thrust/drag generation around high-speed flight vehicles is examined, and on top of it, the problems involved with the internal flows in air intake, exhaust and compressor will be discussed, and the engineering solution is investigated. |
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2.Textbook & References |
Textbook : 압축성 유체 유동 (노오현 저, 박영사 출판) References : 1. Compressible Fluid Dynamics by B.K. Hodge, Keith Koenig. 2. Compressible Fluid Flow by Michel A. Saad, Prentice Hall. |
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3. Evaluation |
Attendance & Homework(10%), Term project(15%), Mid-term exam.(35%), Final exam.(40%) |
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4.Lecture Plan | Week | Contents | ||||||

1 |
Definition of compressible flow, review of thermodynamics |
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2 |
Equations of inviscid compressible flow |
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3 |
Steady 1-dimensional flow: Normal shock waves |
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4 |
Oblique shock waves & expansion waves: Interaction and reflection of oblique shock waves, Prandtl-Meyer flow |
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5 |
Quasi 1-dimensional compressible flow in a nozzle |
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6 |
Unsteady moving shock waves |
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7 |
Review & Mid-term exam. |
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8 |
Steady compressible flow with friction or heat interaction |
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9 |
Irrotational flow & velocity potential |
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10 |
Linearized flow & supersonic airfoil theory |
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11 |
Conical flow & visualization of supersonic flow |
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12 |
Review & Final exam. |
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13 |
Introduction to basic concepts of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its applications |
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14 |
Computer simulations using EDISON_CFD |
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15 |
Term project: Computer simulations of compressible flow using EDISON_CFD |