Lecture |
Topics and contents |
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Introduction -
Compressibility of Fluids; Compressible and Incompressible Flows; Perfect Gas Equation of State; Calorically Perfect Gas |
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One Dimensional Flows – Basics Governing Equations; Acoustic Wave Propagation Speed; Mach Number; Reference States – sonic state |
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One Dimensional Flows – Basics (cont’d) Reference States – stagnation state; T-s and P-v Diagrams in Compressible Flows |
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Normal Shock Waves - Governing Equations; Mathematical Derivation of the Normal Shock Solution |
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Normal Shock Waves - (cont’d) Illustration of the Normal Shock Solution on T-s and P-v diagrams; Worked example |
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Normal shock waves - (cont’d) Further Insights into the Normal Shock Wave Solution |
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Flow with Heat Addition - Rayleigh Flow Governing Equations; Illustration on T-s and P-v diagrams |
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Flow with Heat Addition - Rayleigh Flow (cont’d)
Thermal Choking and Its Consequences |
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Flow with Heat Addition - Rayleigh Flow (cont’d) Worked example |
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Flow with Friction - Fanno Flow Governing Equations; Illustration on T-s diagram |
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Flow with Friction - Fanno Flow (cont’d) Friction Choking and Its Consequences; Worked example |
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Quasi One Dimensional Flows - Governing Equations; Impulse Function and Thrust; Area Velocity Relation |
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Quasi One Dimensional Flows - (cont’d) Geometric Choking; Area Mach number Relation for Choked Flow; Mass Flow Rate for Choked Flow |
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Quasi One Dimensional Flows - (cont’d) Flow Through A Convergent Nozzle; Flow Through A Convergent Divergent Nozzle |
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Quasi One Dimensional Flows - (cont’d)
Worked example; Supersonic Wind Tunnels and Intakes; Worked example |
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Quasi One Dimensional Flows - (cont’d) Interaction between Nozzle Flow and Fanno, Rayleigh Flows; Worked examples |
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Oblique Shock Waves Introduction; Governing Equations; q-b-M curve |
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Oblique Shock Waves - (cont’d) Worked examples; Detached Shocks |
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Oblique Shock Waves - (cont’d) Reflected Shocks - Reflection from a Wall |
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Prandtl Meyer Flow
- Propagation of SoundWaves and the Mach Wave; Prandtl Meyer Flow Around Concave and Convex Corners |
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Prandtl Meyer Flow- Prandtl Meyer Solution; Reflection of Oblique Shock From a Constant Pressure Boundary ; Worked example |
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Basic ideas in aircraft propulsion
Thrust; Modes of Propulsion |
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Turbojet engine Operation of a turbojet and afterburning turbojet engine |
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Turbojet engine - (cont’d) Component analysis – intake and compressor |
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Turbojet engine - (cont’d) Component analysis – combustor, turbine and nozzle |
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Turbofan engine |
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Turbofan engine - (cont’d) Component analysis – Fan |
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Turbofan engine Emerging trends |
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Ramjet and turboramjet engines Operation of a Ramjet Engine and a Turboramjet Engine |
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Ramjet and turboramjet engines Component analysis – Supersonic Intake |
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Ramjet and turboramjet engines Component analysis – Supersonic Intake |
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Scramjet engines |
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Thermodynamics of jet engines Thrust Equation for a Turbojet and Turbofan Engine; T-s diagram of a Turbojet Engine |
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Thermodynamics of jet engines Component efficiencies; T-s diagram of a Turbofan Engine |
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Thrust calculations Turbojet and Turbofan engine |
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Thrust calculations (cont’d) Turbojet and Turbofan engine (cont’d) |
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Thrust calculations (cont’d) Afterburning Turbojet and Ramjet Engine |
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Thrust calculations (cont’d) Worked example |
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Thrust calculations (cont’d) Worked example |
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Thrust calculations (cont’d) Worked example |