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10 105 /2 and

1.20 /3 , respectively. What is the temperature at that point?

a. 235 c. 235

b. 319 d. 319

2. Compute the temperature in a point on a wing of a Boeing 747 where pressure and density are

given to be: 0.7 105 /2 and 0.91 /3

a. 268 c. 268

b. 5.2 d. 5.2

conditions at sea level.

a. 2636 c. 2756

b. 2896 d. 2506

4. Compute the density and specific volume of air in a wind tunnel at = 0.3 , and 100.

b. 0.6 /3 ; 1.66 3 / d. 0.79 /3 ; 1.27 3 /

5. Consider a convergent duct with an inlet area of 5 2 . Air enters this duct with a velocity of

10 / and leaves the duct exit with a velocity of 30 /. What is the area of duct exit?

a. 2.0 2 c. 1.5 2

b. 1.77 2 d. 1.67 2

6. Consider the same convergent duct as in the above example. If the air pressure and temperature

at the inlet are 1.2 105 /2 and 330 , respectively, calculate the pressure at the exit.

a. 1.1 105 2 c. 1.19 105 2

b. 1.0 105 d. 1.06 105

2 2

7. Consider an airfoil in a flow of air, where far ahead (upstream) of the airfoil, the pressure, velocity

and density are: 1.10 105 /2, 150 / and 1.225 /3 , respectively. At a given point

A on the airfoil the pressure is 9.95 104 /2. What is the velocity in Point A?

a. 68 / c. 66 /

b. 67 / d. 65 /

8. Air flowing at high speed in a wind tunnel has pressure and temperature equal to 0.3 and

1.00 , respectively. What is the specific volume?

a. 1.64 3 / c. 0.61 3 /

b. 1.64 /3 d. 0.61 /3

9. The Virginia Tech Stability is a low speed facility and hence the air may be treated as an

incompressible fluid. The air flow into a 6 6 test section from a region of the tunnel that

is 24 24 . If the air in the tunnel is moving at 10 /, What is the speed of the air in the

test section?

a. 180 / c. 160 /

b. 170 / d. 150 /

10. An aircraft is flying at 3000 and has a true airspeed of 120 . What is the reading observed

on the airspeed indicator?

a. 103.4 c. 107.4

b. 105.4 d. 109.4

230 . The stagnation pressure is measured to be 4.24 104 /2 . Find the true airspeed.

a. 238.4 / c. 258.4 /

b. 248.4 / d. 268.4 /

12. In a low-speed wind tunnel, the contraction ratio is 3. What would be the pressure difference in

inches of water between the pressure in the tunnel and the pressure in the test section, that is

required to maintain a dynamic pressure of 4 of water in the wind tunnel?

a. 3.55 . 2 c. 3.75 . 2

b. 3.65 . 2 d. 3.85 . 2

13. The force acting perpendicular to the aircrafts flight path is called?

a. c.

b. d.

a. Geopotential altitude c.

b. d.

a. 14100 c. 17500

b. 211345 d. 85230

16. If an airplane is flying at an altitude where the actual pressure and temperature are 4.72

104 /2 and 255.7 respectively, what is the density altitude?

a. 4.24 c. 6.24

b. 5.24 d. 7.24

17. Consider an airfoil in a flow of air, where far ahead (upstream) of the airfoil, the pressure, velocity

and density are: 2116 / 2 , 100 / and 0.002377 / 3 , respectively. At a given

point A on the airfoil the pressure is 2070 / 2 . What is the velocity in Point A?

a. 345 c. 245

b. 145 d. 279

18. A pitot tube on airplane flying at standard sea level reads 1.07 105 /2 . What is the Mach

Number?

a. 0.28 c. 0.24

b. 0.26 d. 0.22

19. The buoyant force acting on a body due to its lesser density than air environment surrounding it.

This force will keep lighter-than-air vehicles airborne.

a. c.

b. d.

20. The force that is generated as a result of velocity of the body relative to the air environment. This

force is useful to keep heavier-than-air vehicles airborne.

a. c.

b. d.

21. Consider a convergent duct with an inlet area 3 2 and an exit area 2.57 2. Air enters this duct

with velocity of 700 / and a density of 0.002 / 3 , and leaves the exit duct with a

velocity of 1070 /. What is the density of the air at the exit duct?

a. 0.00183 / 3

b. 0.00163 / 3

c. 0.00173 / 3

d. 0.00153 / 3

Answers and Solutions

https://ocw.tudelft.nl/wp-content/uploads/AE1101-Aero-1.pdf

http://www.dept.aoe.vt.edu/~lutze/AOE3104/airspeed.pdf

http://www.dept.aoe.vt.edu/~cdhall/courses/aoe2104/Standard%20Atmosphere.pdf

http://web.itu.edu.tr/~kurtcebece/10930uck111esample1.pdf

http://www.dept.aoe.vt.edu/~cdhall/courses/aoe2104/Aerodynamics.pdf

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