AE 3450 Thermodynamics and Compressible Flow

 

 

Course Downloads

 

Equations and Reference Material

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Ideal Gas Properties (Pages 2-4 added)

IdealGas_Properties.PDF

Equilibrium Diagram

EquilibriumDiagram.PDF

Specific Heat Tables (Page 2 added)

Cp_Tables.PDF

Properties of Liquid Water

H20_cl.PDF

Perfect Gas Equation of State

PGEqn.pdf

Vector Math Review Expressions

Math_Review.pdf

Equations for Quiz #1

Q1Eqns.PDF

Isentropic Flow Tables

IsentropicTable.pdf

Source of Shock Waves

SourceofShocks.PDF

Normal Shock Waves Summary

NormalShocks.PDF

Normal Shock Tables

NormalShockTable.pdf

Oblique Shock Waves - Summary

ObliqueShocks.PDF

Oblique Shock Chart

ObliqueShockChart.pdf

Strong, Weak and Detached Shocks

strongweakoblique.pdf

Prandtl-Meyer Expansions Summary

prandtlmeyer.pdf

Prandtl-Meyer Tables

PMTable.pdf

Shock and Atmosphere Calculator

VUCALC.EXE

Equations for Quiz #2

Q2_Eqns.PDF, Table D.1 in Black and Hartley, IsentropicTable.pdf, NormalShockTable.pdf, ObliqueShockChart.pdf

Converging-Diverging Duct

CDDuct.pdf

Supersonic Inlet Fixed Geometry

SupInlet_Fixed.PDF

Supersonic Inlet Variable Geometry

SupInlet_Variable.PDF

Plug and Aerospike Nozzles

plugaerospike.pdf

Friction and Heat Transfer - Introduction

frictionheattransfer.pdf

Fanno Flow Constant Area with Friction

fannoflow.pdf

Rayleigh Flow Constant Area Heat Addition

rayleighflow.pdf

AE3450 Course Equations

AE3450_Equations.PDF

 

Class Assignments

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Homework Assignment #1

(Due: Thur. 1/22/2004)

HW_1.PDF

Homework Assignment #2

(Due: Thur. 1/29/2004)

HW_2.PDF

Homework Assignment #3

(Due: Tue. 2/10/2004)

HW_3.PDF

Quiz #1 will be held Thur. 2/19/2004

Sample Problems and Solutions

Sample_1.PDF, SampleSol_1.PDF

Homework Assignment #4

(Due. Tue. 3/2/2004)

HW_4.PDF

Homework Assignment #5

(Due Thur. 3/18/2004)

HW_5.PDF

Homework Assignment #6

(Due Thur. 3/25/2004)

HW_6.PDF

Homework Assignment #7

(Due. Thur. 4/1/2004)

HW_7.PDF

Homework Assignment #8

(Due. Thur. 4/8/2004)

HW_8.PDF

Quiz #2 will be held Thur. 4/15/2004

Sample Problems and Solutions

Sample_2.PDF, SampleSol_2.PDF

Homework Assignment #9

(Due. Thur 4/22/2004

Will NOT be accepted late)

HW_9.PDF

Solutions to Assignment #9

HWsol_9.PDF

Final Sample Problems and Solutions

Sample_3.PDF, SampleSol_3.PDF

 

Assigned Reading:

  1. Lecture material covered to date
  2. *BH: 1.1 1.5
  3. BH: 2.1-2.4
  4. BH: 2.7.1, 2.8.0
  5. **J: 1.11
  6. BH: 2.8.1-2.11
  7. BH: Chapter 3
  8. BH: 4.1-4.5.3
  9. J: 1.1-1.9
  10. BH: 5.1, 5.2, 5.8-5.12
  11. J: 1.10-1.13
  12. J: Chapter 2
  13. J: Chapter 3
  14. J: Chapter 4
  15. J: Chapter 5
  16. J: Chapter 6
  17. J: Chapter 7
  18. J: Chapter 8
  19. J: Chapter 9
  20. J: Chapter 10

*BH: Denotes sections in Black and Hartley text

**J: Denotes sections in James John text

 

 

Catalog Description: First and second laws of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties and state equations. Isentropic flow. Flows with shocks and expansions. Flows with friction and heat transfer. Units = 3-0-3.

 

Prerequisites:

        PHYS 2212 Introductory Physics II

        MATH 2401 Calculus III

        Concepts of Conservation of mass, momentum and energy

 

Class Hours: T Th 1:35 - 2:55 pm

 

Office Hours: M W 2:30pm 3:30pm (or by appointment)

 

Instructor: Dr. S.M. Ruffin 404-894-8200

Guggenheim Bldg. Rm. 362 Email: stephen.ruffin@aerospace.gatech.edu

 

Grader: Mr. Susheel Sekhar 404-894-0551

Knight Bldg. Rm 406 Email: gtg081j@mail.gatech.edu

 

Primary Textbooks:

Gas Dynamics, Second Edition, James E.A. John, Prentice-Hall Inc., 1984.

Thermodynamics, Black, W.Z. and Hartley, J.G., HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996.

 

Exams: Equations will be provided, closed book, closed notes

 

Assignments:

        Discussing formulation of problems and approach is fine but each student must work the final solutions alone.

        All assignments are due by 1:35 pm on date indicated unless otherwise indicated.

        Homework turned in 1 class period late is deducted 20% credit.

        Homework not accepted if turned in more than one class period late (except documented emergency).

 

Honor Code: Students in this course and all other course at Georgia Tech must abide by the Georgia Tech Honor Code: http://www.honor.gatech.edu/

 

Grading:

Tentatively, the final grade will be based on:

Homework Assignments (approx 10) 25%

Quiz #1 20%

Quiz #2 20%

Final Exam 35%


AE 3450 Thermodynamics and Compressible Flow

COURSE OUTLINE:

 

Topics [Approx. lecture hours] Sections in text

Introduction [1]

Basic Thermodynamic Concepts [3] *BH: 1.1 1.5

Open, Closed and Isolated Systems BH: 2.1-2.4

Pressure, Density, Temperature, Energy, Enthalpy BH: 2.7.1, 2.8.0

Definition of Extensive & Intensive Thermo. Properties **J: 1.11

Equations of State Ideal Gas, Specific Heats BH: 2.8.1-2.11

Definition of Equilibrium, State Variables, Phases

First Law of Thermodynamics [5] BH: Chapter 3

Application to Closed and Open Systems BH: 4.1-4.5.3

Adiabatic and Non-Adiabatic Processes J: 1.1-1.9

Control Volume Analysis Reynolds Transport Theorem

Second Law of Thermodynamics [7] BH: 5.1, 5.2, 5.8-5.12

Reversible & Irreversible Processes, Isentropic J: 1.10-1.13

Definition of Entropy BH: 4.6

Common forms of Second Law of Thermo.

Applications and Thermodynamic Cycles

Quiz #1 [1 hr]

Compressible Flow Basics [1] J: Chapter 2

Speed of Sound, Mach angle, Mach Number

Subsonic and Supersonic Flow

Isentropic Flow [3] J: Chapter 3

Properties in Varying Area Channels

Stagnation Properties, Isentropic Flow Tables

Converging-Diverging Nozzle Analysis

Shock Waves [11] J: Chapter 4 - 6

Formation of Shock Waves

Normal Shock Equations of Motion and Tables

Moving Shock Waves

Oblique Shock Equations and Tables

Analysis of Internal and External Flows with Shocks

Quiz #2 [1 hr]

Prandtl Meyer Relations [3] J: Chapter 7

2-D Isentropic Compressions and Expansions

Prandtl Meyer Angle and Relations

Maximum Turning Angle

Additional Compressible Flow Applications [3] J: Chapter 8

Under and Over-Expanded Nozzles

Airfoils in Supersonic Flow

Starting Problem for Inlets

Flows with Friction [3] J: Chapter 9

Fanno Line Flow

Nozzle Analysis with Friction

Flows with Heat Transfer [3] J: Chapter 10

Rayleigh Line Flow

Nozzle Analysis with Heat Addition or Loss

Final Exam: Friday, April 30 2004, 11:30am 2:20pm

*BH: Denotes sections in Black and Hartley text

**J: Denotes sections in James John text