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, I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: Main characteristic(s) of Hypersonic flow [ ] (A) thin shock layer, strong entropy gradient, viscous dissipation of kinetic energy in boundary layer (B) high temperature (C) strong shock (D) high Mach number The specific heat at constant pressure has to be treated as a function of temperature for air for temperatures above [ (A) 600 degree K (B) 100 degree K (C) 200 degree K (D) 800 degree K Euler equation in x- direction (A) (C) 4. (B)

2.

3.

5.

In a hypersonic flow, (A) the shock wave is very near the body (B) the shock wave is unstable (C) the shock wave is very far from the body (D) the volume between the shock wave and the body is very large.

T N

(B)

W U

(C)

(D)

R O

D L

] ]

[ (D) [

6. 7.

The density rise across a shock wave is __________ times (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5

[ (D) 6

In the tangent wedge method for hypersonic flows, [ ] (A) local flow at a point on the body is assumed to be the same as the flow over a tangent wedge at that point. (B) the body is replaced by a tangent at the nose. (C) local flow is along the tangent at the point (D) a body is replaced by a wedge. The pressure coefficient at the bottom of a flat plate is (A) 2.0 (B) 0.18 (C) 0.1885 [ (D) 1.2 Cont2 ]

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If u and v are the components of velocity across an oblique shock wave in the hypersonic flow over a body in the x and y directions, being the free stream velocity, [ ] (A) (B) (C) (D) [ (D) 3.73 ]

10.

The lift to drag ratio of a flat plate in hypersonic flight is (A) 0.73 (B) 1.73 (C) 2.73 Fill in the blanks The surface shear stress is given by _______________

Momentum equation in x direction in terms of substantial derivative is ______________ Knudsen number Kn is given by __________________

From Newtonian theory, for a very large Mach number, the pressure coefficient over a flat plate is given by _________________ The pressure coefficient over a wedge of semi-wedge angle is ____________ the pressure coefficient over a cone of semi-cone angle . In the hypersonic flow across an oblique shock wave on a slender body, the y component of the velocity v is changed _____________ than the x component u. The ratio of flow kinetic energy and the flow internal energy is proportional to _____________ If u and v are the components of the velocity at a point in the hypersonic flow over a body, the ratio of the components, in terms of gamma and shock angle , is ______________ Within a boundary layer, the value of pressure gradient Nusselt number is given by______________ -oOois________________

19. 20.

T N

W U

R O

D L

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2125 Set No. 2 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: Hypersonic limit for shock angle is (A) 2. (B) (C) (D) [ ] [ ]

In a hypersonic flow, (A) the shock wave is very near the body (B) the shock wave is unstable (C) the shock wave is very far from the body (D) the volume between the shock wave and the body is very large. The density rise across a shock wave is __________ times (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5

3. 4.

In the tangent wedge method for hypersonic flows, [ ] (A) local flow at a point on the body is assumed to be the same as the flow over a tangent wedge at that point. (B) the body is replaced by a tangent at the nose. (C) local flow is along the tangent at the point (D) a body is replaced by a wedge. The pressure coefficient at the bottom of a flat plate is (A) 2.0 (B) 0.18 (C) 0.1885

5. 6.

If u and v are the components of velocity across an oblique shock wave in the hypersonic flow over a body in the x and y directions, being the free stream velocity, [ ] (A) (B) (C) (D) [ (D) 3.73 ]

T N

W U

R O

(D) 6

D L

[ (D) 1.2

7. 8.

The lift to drag ratio of a flat plate in hypersonic flight is (A) 0.73 (B) 1.73 (C) 2.73

Main characteristic(s) of Hypersonic flow [ ] (A) thin shock layer, strong entropy gradient, viscous dissipation of kinetic energy in boundary layer (B) high temperature (C) strong shock (D) high Mach number Cont2

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The specific heat at constant pressure has to be treated as a function of temperature for air for temperatures above [ (A) 600 degree K (B) 100 degree K (C) 200 degree K (D) 800 degree K Euler equation in x- direction (A) (C) (B) (D) [

10.

Fill in the blanks From Newtonian theory, for a very large Mach number, the pressure coefficient over a flat plate is given by _________________ The pressure coefficient over a wedge of semi-wedge angle is ____________ the pressure coefficient over a cone of semi-cone angle . In the hypersonic flow across an oblique shock wave on a slender body, the y component of the velocity v is changed _____________ than the x component u. The ratio of flow kinetic energy and the flow internal energy is proportional to _____________ If u and v are the components of the velocity at a point in the hypersonic flow over a body, the ratio of the components, in terms of gamma and shock angle , is ______________ Within a boundary layer, the value of pressure gradient Nusselt number is given by______________ The surface shear stress is given by _______________

T N

W U

-oOo-

R O

D L

is________________

Momentum equation in x direction in terms of substantial derivative is ______________ Knudsen number Kn is given by __________________

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2125 Set No. 3 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. 2. Choose the correct alternative: The density rise across a shock wave is __________ times (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 [ (D) 6 ]

In the tangent wedge method for hypersonic flows, [ ] (A) local flow at a point on the body is assumed to be the same as the flow over a tangent wedge at that point. (B) the body is replaced by a tangent at the nose. (C) local flow is along the tangent at the point (D) a body is replaced by a wedge. The pressure coefficient at the bottom of a flat plate is (A) 2.0 (B) 0.18 (C) 0.1885

3. 4.

If u and v are the components of velocity across an oblique shock wave in the hypersonic flow over a body in the x and y directions, being the free stream velocity, [ ] (A) (B)

5. 6.

The lift to drag ratio of a flat plate in hypersonic flight is (A) 0.73 (B) 1.73 (C) 2.73

Main characteristic(s) of Hypersonic flow [ ] (A) thin shock layer, strong entropy gradient, viscous dissipation of kinetic energy in boundary layer (B) high temperature (C) strong shock (D) high Mach number The specific heat at constant pressure has to be treated as a function of temperature for air for temperatures above [ (A) 600 degree K (B) 100 degree K (C) 200 degree K (D) 800 degree K Euler equation in x- direction (A) (C) (B) (D) [ ] ]

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W U

(C)

R O

(D) 1.2

D L

(D)

[ (D) 3.73

7.

8.

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(C)

(D) [ ]

In a hypersonic flow, (A) the shock wave is very near the body (B) the shock wave is unstable (C) the shock wave is very far from the body (D) the volume between the shock wave and the body is very large. Fill in the blanks

In the hypersonic flow across an oblique shock wave on a slender body, the y component of the velocity v is changed _____________ than the x component u. The ratio of flow kinetic energy and the flow internal energy is proportional to _____________ If u and v are the components of the velocity at a point in the hypersonic flow over a body, the ratio of the components, in terms of gamma and shock angle , is ______________ Within a boundary layer, the value of pressure gradient Nusselt number is given by______________ The surface shear stress

Momentum equation in x direction in terms of substantial derivative is ______________ Knudsen number Kn is given by __________________ From Newtonian theory, for a very large Mach number, the pressure coefficient over a flat plate is given by _________________ The pressure coefficient over a wedge of semi-wedge angle is ____________ the pressure coefficient over a cone of semi-cone angle .

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is given by _______________

W U

-oOo-

R O

D L

is________________

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2125 Set No. 4 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. 2. Choose the correct alternative: The pressure coefficient at the bottom of a flat plate is (A) 2.0 (B) 0.18 (C) 0.1885 [ (D) 1.2 ]

If u and v are the components of velocity across an oblique shock wave in the hypersonic flow over a body in the x and y directions, being the free stream velocity, [ ] (A) (B) (C)

3. 4.

The lift to drag ratio of a flat plate in hypersonic flight is (A) 0.73 (B) 1.73 (C) 2.73

Main characteristic(s) of Hypersonic flow [ ] (A) thin shock layer, strong entropy gradient, viscous dissipation of kinetic energy in boundary layer (B) high temperature (C) strong shock (D) high Mach number The specific heat at constant pressure has to be treated as a function of temperature for air for temperatures above [ (A) 600 degree K (B) 100 degree K (C) 200 degree K (D) 800 degree K Euler equation in x- direction (A) (C)

5.

6.

T N

(B)

W U

(B) (D) (C)

R O

(D) 3.73

D L

(D)

] ]

7.

8.

In a hypersonic flow, (A) the shock wave is very near the body (B) the shock wave is unstable (C) the shock wave is very far from the body (D) the volume between the shock wave and the body is very large.

Cont2

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The density rise across a shock wave is __________ times (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5

In the tangent wedge method for hypersonic flows, [ ] (A) local flow at a point on the body is assumed to be the same as the flow over a tangent wedge at that point. (B) the body is replaced by a tangent at the nose. (C) local flow is along the tangent at the point (D) a body is replaced by a wedge. Fill in the blanks If u and v are the components of the velocity at a point in the hypersonic flow over a body, the ratio of the components, in terms of gamma and shock angle , is ______________ Within a boundary layer, the value of pressure gradient Nusselt number is given by______________ The surface shear stress

II 11.

is given by _______________

Momentum equation in x direction in terms of substantial derivative is ______________ Knudsen number Kn is given by __________________ From Newtonian theory, for a very large Mach number, the pressure coefficient over a flat plate is given by _________________ The pressure coefficient over a wedge of semi-wedge angle is ____________ the pressure coefficient over a cone of semi-cone angle . In the hypersonic flow across an oblique shock wave on a slender body, the y component of the velocity v is changed _____________ than the x component u. The ratio of flow kinetic energy and the flow internal energy is proportional to _____________

T N

W U

-oOo-

R O

is________________

D L

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