Aerodynamics I: Incompressible Flow

AER E 310 XE


Course Description

Introduction to fluid mechanics and aerodynamics. Fluid properties and kinematics. Conservation equations in differential and integral form. Bernoulli's equation. Basic potential flow concepts and solutions. Boundary layer concept. Incompressible flow over airfoils and wings. Examples of numerical methods. Applications of multi-variable calculus to fluid mechanics and aerodynamics.

3 credits

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Cameron Rayburn

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Course Dept
AER E
Course Number
310
Section
XE
Credit Hours
3
Semester
Summer 2018
Dates
May 14 - Jul 6
Prerequisites
Grade of C- or better in AER E 261 and MATH 265
Delivery Fee
$390.00 *
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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