Advanced Aerodynamics (AERO5200)

UNIT OF STUDY

Objectives/Expected Outcomes: To develop a specialist knowledge in the fields of computational, non-linear and unsteady aerodynamics. Syllabus Summary: Introduction to transonic flows and application to design of aircraft components. Elements of Hypersonic flow; real gas effects Boundary layer in compressible flow and shock - boundary layer interaction. ; flutter and divergence. Solution of aerospace flow problems using finite volume methods. Unsteady supersonic one-dimensional flow. Hypersonic flow. Introduction to the use of CFD for transonic flow. Rarefied gas dynamics. Direct simulation method (DSMC); near-continuum solutions. Simulation techniques for numerical solutions of non-linear continuum flow.

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Classes

2 hours of lectures and 2 hours of tutorials per week

Assessment

Through semester assessment(100%)

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Yes

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

Prerequisite: Assumed knowledge: Bachelor of Engineering in the area of Aerospace Engineering or related Engineering field., AERO5210 or AERO3260

Prerequisite: Assumed knowledge: Bachelor of Engineering in the area of Aerospace Engineering or related Engineering field.

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