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# VTU B.TECH Aeronautical-Engineering 3rd Year Syllabus For Aerodynamics-i PDF 2022

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### Aerodynamics-i Unit One

#### Review of Basic Fluid Mechanics

Continuity, momentum and energy equation, Control volume approach to Continuity, momentum and energy equation, Types of flow, pathlines, streamlines, and streaklines,units and dimensions, inviscid and viscous flows, compressibility, Mach number regimes. Vorticity, Angular velocity, Stream function, velocity potential function, Circulation, Numericals, Mach cone and Mach angle, Speed of sound.

### Aerodynamics-i Unit Two

#### Airfoil Characteristics

Fundamental aerodynamic variables, Airfoil nomenclature, airfoil characteristics. wing planform geometry, aerodynamic forces and moments, centre of pressure, pressure coefficient, aerodynamic center, calculation of airfoil lift and drag from measured surface pressure distributions, typical airfoil aerodynamic characteristics at low speeds. Types of drag-Definitions.

### Aerodynamics-i Unit Three

#### Two Dimensional Flows & Incompressible Flow Over Airfoil

Uniform flow, Source flow, Sink flow, Combination of a uniform flow with source and sink. Doublet flow. Non-lifting flow over a circular cylinder. Vortex flow. Lifting flow over a circular cylinder. Kutta-Joukowski theorem and generation of Lift, D’Alembert’s paradox, Numericals, Incompressible flow over airfoils: Kelvin’s circulation theorem and the starting vortex, vortex sheet, Kutta condition, Classical thin airfoil theory for symmetric and cambered airfoils. Numericals.

### Aerodynamics-i Unit Four

#### Module-4

Biot-Savart law and Helmholtz’s theorems, Vortex filament: Infinite and semi-infinite vortex filament,Induced velocity. Prandtl’s classical lifting line theory: Downwash and induced drag. Elliptical and modified elliptical lift distribution. Lift distribution on wings. Limitations of Prandtl’s lifting line theory. Extended lifting line theory- lifting surface theory, vortex lattice method for wings. Lift, drag and moment characteristics of complete airplane.

### Aerodynamics-i Unit Five

#### Applications of Finite Wing Theory & High Lift Systems

Simplified horse-shoe vortex model, formation flight, influence of downwash on tail plane, ground effects. Swept wings: Introduction to sweep effects, swept wings, pressure coefficient, typical aerodynamic characteristics, Subsonic and Supersonic leading edges. Introduction to high-lift systems, flaps, leading-edge slats and typical high – lift characteristics. critical Mach numbers, Lift and drag divergence, shock induced separation, Effects of thickness, camber and aspect ratio of wings, Transonic area rule, Tip effects. Introduction to Source panel & vortex lattice method.

### Aerodynamics-i Course Objectives

Understand the basics of fluid mechanics as a prerequisite to Aerodynamics •Acquire knowledge on typical airfoil characteristics and two-dimensional flows over airfoil and study the incompressible over finite wings •Assimilate the understanding of application of finite wing theory and high lift systems

### Aerodynamics-i Course Outcomes

At the end of the course the student will be able to:1.CO1 :Evaluate typical airfoil characteristics and two-dimensional flows over airfoil 2.CO2 :Compute and analyse the incompressible flow over finite wings 3.CO3 : Apply finite wing theory and design high lift systems from the aerodynamics view point

### Aerodynamics-i Text Books

Fundamental of Aerodynamics-Anderson
J.D
Aerodynamics for Engineering Students-E. L. Houghton, P.W. Carpenter

### Aerodynamics-i Reference Books

Aerodynamics-Clancy L. J.
Theoretical Aerodynamics-Louis M. Milne-Thomson