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Aerodynamics of Cycling

Aerodynamics of Cycling

Aerodynamics of Cycling. Stephen Kulju. http://www.mira.co.uk/Services/images/bike.jpg. Outline. Introduction Basic Fluid Mechanics Drag and Friction Bicycle Aerodynamics Position Velocity & Power Output Reducing Drag Drafting Crosswind effects. Introduction.

By KeelyKia
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Point Velocity Measurements

Point Velocity Measurements

Point Velocity Measurements. P M V Subbarao Professor Mechanical Engineering Department. Velocity Distribution is a Fundamental Symptom of Solid –Fluid Interactions…. Point Velocity Measurement. Pitot Probe Anemometry : Potential Flow Theory . Thermal Anemometry : Newton’s Law of Cooling.

By Roberta
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ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 8: Application of Bernoulli’s Equation (12/17/2002)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 8: Application of Bernoulli’s Equation (12/17/2002)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 8: Application of Bernoulli’s Equation (12/17/2002). Assignments. Reading: Cengel & Turner Section 12-1, 12-2, 9-4 Homework: 11-43, 11-45, 11-63, 11-70 in Cengel & Turner. Road Map of Lecture 8. Quiz Review on Lecture 7

By liam
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Warm-Up – 3/13 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/13 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/13 – 10 minutes. Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: What are the two common classifications of fuel systems in small aircraft? What are some causes that may have led to Accidents attributed to fuel contamination ?

By Thomas
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Elementary Mechanics of Fluids

Elementary Mechanics of Fluids

Elementary Mechanics of Fluids. CE 319 F Daene McKinney. Resistance. Flow Past a Flat plate. Boundary layer: Region next to an object where fluid has its velocity changed due to shear resistance of the boundary.

By kiral
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Ventilation Program Day II

Ventilation Program Day II

Ventilation Program Day II. Advanced Math & Problem Solving Presented by. Review of Formula Terms. a = sectional area of airway measured in square feet (ft. 2 ) Rectangle or square ………height x width = area Trapezoid ………. top width + bottom width x height = area 2

By badru
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Chapter 9 FLUID MEASUREMENT

Chapter 9 FLUID MEASUREMENT

Chapter 9 FLUID MEASUREMENT.

By virote
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Multi-Scale Coupling and Auroral Dynamics: Reporter Review Bob Lysak, University of Minnesota, USA

Multi-Scale Coupling and Auroral Dynamics: Reporter Review Bob Lysak, University of Minnesota, USA

Multi-Scale Coupling and Auroral Dynamics: Reporter Review Bob Lysak, University of Minnesota, USA. Purpose of the review: to examine the consequences of small-scale auroral processes on large-scale dynamics, and the coupling of different plasma regions with each other.

By erelah
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AIR NAVIGATION

AIR NAVIGATION

AIR NAVIGATION. Part 1. Distance Speed & Time. LEARNING OUTCOMES. On completion of this unit, you should: Be able to carry out calculations to determine aircraft distance, speed and time

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AIR NAVIGATION

AIR NAVIGATION

AIR NAVIGATION. Part 1. Distance Speed & Time. LEARNING OUTCOMES. On completion of this unit, you should: Be able to carry out calculations to determine aircraft distance, speed and time

By daniel_millan
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Review Chapter 12

Review Chapter 12

Review Chapter 12. Fundamental Flight Maneuvers. Straight and Level Turns Climbs Descents. Turns. The horizontal component of lift. Load Factor and Turns The relationship between angle of bank , load factor, and stall speed is the same for all airplanes. Turns.

By isi
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ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 22: Isentropic Efficiencies & Simple Power Cycles (2/3/2003)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 22: Isentropic Efficiencies & Simple Power Cycles (2/3/2003)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 22: Isentropic Efficiencies & Simple Power Cycles (2/3/2003). Assignments. Homework: 8-103, 8-104 in Cengel & Turner Reading assignment 8-14, 8-16 to 8-18 in Cengel & Turner ES 201 notes (Section 7.9 and 8.4). Announcements.

By alvaro
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Evolution of understanding of solar wind-gaseous obstacle interaction O. Vaisberg Space Research Institute (IKI), Moscow

Evolution of understanding of solar wind-gaseous obstacle interaction O. Vaisberg Space Research Institute (IKI), Moscow

Evolution of understanding of solar wind-gaseous obstacle interaction O. Vaisberg Space Research Institute (IKI), Moscow, Russia. Talk outlay • Space missions to Mars and Venus • Initial concepts • Main regions of interaction region/induced magnetosphere • Solar wind induced mass loss

By jaegar
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Lecture

Lecture

Principles of Flight. Leading Cadet Training. Control. Lecture. 5. Pilot Controls. A pilot has 3 main controls to move the aircraft about its 3 axes. Ailerons, Elevators and a Rudder Using these controls the pilot can: Pitch – make the nose rise or fall

By yaholo
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Aero-thermodynamic design of JAXA’s hypersonic passenger aircraft

Aero-thermodynamic design of JAXA’s hypersonic passenger aircraft

Aero-thermodynamic design of JAXA’s hypersonic passenger aircraft. Atsushi UENO and Hideyuki TAGUCHI Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. 1st International Symposium: “Hypersonic flight: from 100.000 to 400.000 ft ” Rome, Italy 30 June, 2014. Contents. Hypersonic research at JAXA

By gwyn
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Forecast of Geomagnetic Storm based on CME and IP condition

Forecast of Geomagnetic Storm based on CME and IP condition

IHY WB 2-3 Sep. 23, 2009. Forecast of Geomagnetic Storm based on CME and IP condition. R.-S. Kim 1 , K.-S. Cho 2 , Y.-J. Moon 3 , Yu Yi 1 , K.-H. Kim 3 1 Chungnam National University 2 Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute 3 Kyunghee University. Geomagnetic storm.

By santos
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IPPW-10

IPPW-10

Royal Observatory of Belgium. von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics. Mars atmosphere reconstruction using FADS on ExoMars EDM. Bart Van Hove Ö zgür Karatekin Royal Observatory of Belgium Ringlaan 3, Brussel 1180 bartvh@observatory.be 10 th International Planetary Probe Workshop

By yosef
(219 views)

How Airplanes Fly Forces

How Airplanes Fly Forces

How Airplanes Fly Forces. Marc Masquelier. Your Ideas…. What is an airplane? What are wings?. A heavier-than-air aircraft kept aloft by the upward thrust exerted by the air passing over its wings. Airfoils attached transversely to the fuselage of an aircraft that provide lift

By rafael
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Warm-Up – 3/27 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/27 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/27 – 10 minutes. Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: Describe the purpose of the VSI. Describe the differential pressure used within the VSI. Describe the two types of information the VSI provides.

By varana
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Warm-Up – 3/20 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/20 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 3/20 – 10 minutes. Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: Define static pressure. Define dynamic pressure. What instruments only utilize the static pressure?

By onaona
(127 views)

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