Supersonic flow, supersonic continuous expansion, shock waves. Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics Take-off and landibg performance calculation. Longitudinal and lateral-directional static stability. Conservation laws, aerodynamic forces and moments ISA.
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Nahn Students will gain information on fluid flows. Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes. Students will be made familiar with the classical theory of the atmospheric mechaniika performance. Aerodynamic forces and moments. Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations. The absence in justifiable cases can be compensated by personal consultation with the lecturer and elaboration of individually assigned topics and exercises.
Conservation laws, stream lines, equations of continuity and Bernoulli, speed measurement, aerodynamic forces. Boundary layers, origin of lift, airfoils, finite span wings, induced drag, high lif devices. Recommended or required reading. Flight with asymmetric thrust. Supersonic shock-induced drag, aerodynamic heating. Students will also learn to judge the influence of aircraft design parameters on its flying characteristics.
International Standard Atmosphere, measurement of pressure at body surface. Familiarizing students with the method of assessment of classical theory of performance and a judgment of aerodynamic and propulsion characteristics efficiency on flight performance. Familiarizing students with the methods of calculation of the stability and aircraft control.
The basics of mathematics — differential and integral calculus, common differential equations. Take-off and landibg performance calculation. Type of course unit. Boundary layers, mechani,a, polar curve, influence of Reynolds number. Longitudinal and lateral-directional static stability.
Finite span wing, induced drag, high lift devices, spoilers, vortex generators. Calculatipon of stall and maximum speeds. Supersonic flows, continuous expansion, shock waves. Individual tasks must be finished and handed in the week credits are awarded as the latest. Take-off and landing performance.
Flight Mechanics The course offers for students the knowledge necessary for an dynamic stability modes estimation and their influence on aircraft handling, longitudinal and lateral-directional stability.
Limitations of turning flight. Longitudinal and lateral-directional dynamic stability. The exam has written the essential one and oral parts. Performance in horizontal flight, performance at climbing and gliding, performance at turning flight are included. Flight mechanics is a follow up to the first part of the course. Performance requirements of JAR standards.
Airfoils, wing of finite span. Planned learning activities and teaching methods. Conditions to obtain the course-unit credit: Learning outcomes of the course unit. Subsonic flow around airfoils and wings. Further they will have a clear idea of range and endurance, take-off and landing operations, classical theory of the stability and control of aircraft, development of general equations of motion for an atmospheric aircraft, classical small perturbation equations of motion, aircraft state equations.
Continuous supersonic expansion, shock waves, aerodynamic heating at supersonic speeds. Continuity equation, Bernoulli equation, speed measurement. The goal is to explain the basic flight mechanics of atmospheric aircraft. Specification of controlled education, xerodynamika of implementation and compensation for absences.
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