Exam 2 for EAS4101 Spring 2013

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Exam 2 for EAS4101 Spring 2013

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4/1/13, Exam 2

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PDAs, etc.

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4/1/13, Exam 2

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Formula Sheet

The following formulas are provided to help you in this exam. You are expected to know what

they are and how they are used.

(, ) =

(0 ) =

(1 cos 0 )

2

= (1 cos )

2

1

(cos 0 1)0

=

0

=

=0

1

()

2

0 =

/2

1

4 /2 0

() = 2

0 0

2

cos(0 ) 0

=

0

(0 )

+ =0 (0 )

(0 )

2

()

() =

= (20 + 1 )

1 + cos 0

(0 ) = 2 0

sin 0

=1,3,5,...

sin

sin() + =0 ()

=1,3,5,

=1,3,5,

sin()

sin

+ sin(0 )

=1

4 ||3

sin = cos 2 =

0

cos2 sin2 =

0

0

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

I.

UF ID: ________________________

7. Induced drag acts parallel to the local relative wind of a finite wing.

2. Wing tip vortices are driven by the pressure difference between the upper and

lower surfaces of a wing.

3. The geometric angle of attack on a wing is always less than the effective angle of

attack.

4. The induced drag is not a function of wing geometry.

5. The zero lift angle of attack for a symmetric airfoil is always zero.

6. Induced drag coefficient is proportional to

II.

CL3.

10. Consider Prandtls original concept of a single horseshoe vortex to replace a finite span

wing as shown in the figure. Discuss the problems associated with this method and what

was done to correct the short comings. (7 points)

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

UF ID: ________________________

11. Explain why there is an induced drag on a finite span wing even though the analysis

developed in class is for I3 flow. Be sure to include a discussion of the incoming velocity

vector. (8 pts)

12. Given two possible shapes of a trailing edge, (a) state/draw the conditions for the top and

bottom surface velocities at point a that satisfy the Kutta condition (for each case), (b)

state the Kutta condition in term of the vortex sheet strength at point a (8 pts)

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

UF ID: ________________________

13. Draw a representative cl vs. curve for a thin, cambered infinite wing and compare it to

CL vs. eff and CL vs. curves for a thin finite cambered airfoil, please specifically

comment about the difference in angle of attack intercept and lift slope for 2-D vs. 3-D

bodies. (7 points)

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

UF ID: ________________________

Problem 1:

Consider a two-dimensional thin airfoil with a mean camber line given by the equation:

2

= 4

(8 pts.)

b) Determine the sectional coefficient of lift. (7 pts.)

c) Find the zero lift angle of attack. (7 pts)

d) The moment coefficient about the leading edge can be shown to be

, = (1 2 )

4 4

Use that expression to determine the moment about the aerodynamic center for this

airfoil. (9 pts)

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

Problem 1 Continued:

UF ID: ________________________

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

Problem 1 Continued:

UF ID: ________________________

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

UF ID: ________________________

Problem 2:

Consider an elliptical circulation distribution on a finite wing of wingspan b.

a) Given a circulation distribution of

() = 1

2 2

where o is the circulation at the center of the wing as shown in the figure below.

Calculate the lift per unit span L(y). Is the lift at the wing tips physically valid? (6 pts)

b) Calculate the total lift coefficient CL. You will need to use the coordinate

() =

Using this, calculate the induced angle of attack, i, assuming small angles. (7 pts)

d) The generalized Fourier series for the circulation distribution over a finite wing is

() = 2

=1,3,5,

sin()

Determine the value of the An coefficients if the elliptic circulation distribution is written

in this way.(5 pts extra credit)

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

Problem 2 Continued:

UF ID: ________________________

4/1/13, Exam 2

Name: ________________________

Problem 2 Continued:

UF ID: ________________________

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