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AERODYNAMICS-I

(Aeronautical Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE questions

All questions carry equal marks

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1.a) What are the different types of the flow? Describe by giving examples.

b) Starting from the basic, derive the energy equation for the adiabatic horizontal flow

system.

2. A spinning cylinder is placed in uniform flow. Draw the flow patterns at different

velocities and derive the expression for the lift produced on the cylinder.

and caused to rotate at angular velocity ω. Obtain an expression it terms of ω and u

for the ratio of pressure difference between the top and the bottom of the cylinder to

the dynamic pressure of the stream. Describe briefly the behavior of the stagnation

lines of such a system as ω is increased from zero, keeping u constant.

4. A small symmetrical Zhukovsky Aerofoil has a thickness ratio of 0.1 and is fitted with

pressure holes on both the surfaces at 12% of the chord behind the leading edge so

that it can be used as yaw meter. Estimate the pressure difference which would be

found when it is set 1.5o incidence to the flow Assume 2-D flow and express the result

in terms of pressure rise at the stagnation point.

y X X

5. The camber line of a thin circular arc aerofoil is given by = 4c 1 − Find

c c c

the load distribution a incidence α show that the zero lift angle α0 is equal to-2h and

sketch the load distribution at the incidence showing clearly the separate effects of

camber and incidence. Compare the lift curves of this with that of a flat plate.

6. Determine the expression for the vortex drag for modified elliptical loading and find

the condition for the minimum vortex drag condition.

7. A monoplane weighing 7.36 X 104 N has elliptical wings 15.23 m in span. For a

speed of 90m/s in straight and level flight at low altitude find

(a) Induced (vortex) drag (b) Circulation round sections half way along the wings.

a) Charge in velocity in a vortex flow

b) Limitation of the lifting line

c) Carafoli profiles.

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Code No: 312103

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AERODYNAMICS-I

(Aeronautical Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE questions

All questions carry equal marks

---

1. Derive the general continuity equation in Cartesian coordinates. Write this equation

for different types of the flows stating clearly the assumptions made.

2. Derive the expressions for the stream function, velocity potential. Local velocity and

the stagnation points of the resultant a source and a sink are placed near to each other.

3. Show that a straight line of length 4a can be obtained from the conformal

transformation of a circle of radius a. A flat plate is inclined at 3o to a uniform stream.

Working from the first principal and using the Zhukovsky hypothesis calculate the lift

coefficient of the plate.

cambred aerofoil.

5. Derive the expressions for the lift, moment and centre of pressure for a general thin

aerofoil. Prove that the aerodynamic center lies at the 25% chord from the leading

edge.

6. What is the effect of the starting and trailing vortex on the lift distribution on a wing,

what is the reason for the formation of the vortex?

7. What is the effect of the aspect ratio on the drag on the wing? A glider has wings of

elliptical planform of aspect ratio 6. The total drag is giving by C D = 0.02 + 0.06 CL2.

Find the change in the minimum angle of glide if the aspect ratio is increased to 10.

a) Change in velocity in a vortex flow

b) Limitations of the lifting line

c) Carafoli profiles.

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Set No.

Code No: 312103

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AERODYNAMICS-I

(Aeronautical Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE questions

All questions carry equal marks

---

1. Derive the equation for streamline flow showing the conservation of momentum.

What is the form of this equation if the flow is incompressible?

2. Describe the behaviour of the resultant flow when a source flow is placed in the

uniform flow. Derive the expressions for the stream function, velocity potential, local

velocity and the stagnation points of the flow. Give practical example also.

ratio of 0.2 and 2% camber, set at 4o incidence in a 2-D irrotational flow. Derive your

formula for the lift coefficient.

4. Show that the moment coefficient of thin aerofoil can be estimated from the shape of

its camber line. Derive expressions giving moment coefficient in terms of a Fourier

series defining the slope of the camber line.

5.a) What is circulation? Find the expression for the lift on an aerofoil in terms of

circulation.

b) State Kutta-Zhukovsky theorem.

6. Explain the formation of starting vortex, trailing vortex, bound vortex and horse shoe

vortex.

7. A monoplane weighing 20 X 104 N has a span of 40 m and is flying at 50m/s with its

tail plane level with its wings and 6.5 m above the ground. Calculate the change in

downwash angle at the tail plane which is 14m behind the CP of the wings.

a) Biot Savart Law

b) Blaaius Theorem

c) Limitations of the lifting line.

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Set No.

Code No: 312103

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AERODYNAMICS-I

(Aeronautical Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE questions

All questions carry equal marks

---

∂v ∂u

1. What is circulation and vorticity? Prove that vorticity ζ = − .

∂x ∂y

2. What is a doublet and, how it is formed and discuss its properties and draw the stream

line and equipotential lines for it.

3. A 20% Zhukovsky aerofoil is set with its chord at zero incidence to a 2-D irrotational

airstream of 10 m/s has a lift coefficient of 0.3. Estimate the lift coefficient at 5o

incidence and velocity of the airflow just outside the boundary layer at the nose at this

altitude.

cambred aerofoil.

y X X

5. The camber line of a thin circular arc aerofoil is given by = 4c 1 −

c c c

Find the load distribution at incidence α show that the zero lift angle α0 is equal to-2h

and sketch the load distribution at the incidence showing clearly the separate effects

of camber and incidence. Compare the lift curves of this with that of a flat plate.

6. What is downwash, how does it affect the lift on a wing find the expression for the

downwash for elliptical distribution.

7. What is the effect of the aspect ratio on the drag on the wing? A glider has wings of

elliptical planform of aspect ratio 6. The total drag is giving by C D = 0.02 + 0.06 CL2.

Find the change in the minimum angle of glide if the aspect ratio is increased to 10.

a) Biot Savart Law

b) Blaaius Theorem

c) Limitations of the lifting line.

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