LEC # | TOPICS |
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Basics (3 Lectures by Prof. Zoltan Spakovszky) | |
1 |
Continuity and Momentum Equations (Seen Before so no Detailed Derivation) Derivation of Energy Equation for a Compressible, Viscous, Heat Conducting Fluid |
2 |
Thermo - and Mechanical Processes, Splitting the Energy Equation Entropy Changes and Thermodynamic Context Physical Meaning of the Terms, 2nd Law Exact Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations for a One-Dimensional Flow Physical Insight into Shock Thickness and the “Origin” of Losses for a Shock Wave |
3 |
Integral Forms of Equations of Motion Non-dimensional Parameters Characterizing Compressible Flow “Appropriate” Scaling-what are the Relevant Nondimensional Parameters? When is a Flow Compressible [For Both Steady and Unsteady Flow]? |
Quasi 1-D Compressible Flow and Extensions (8 Lectures by Prof. Zoltan Spakovszky) | |
4 |
Physical Basis for the 1-D Flow Assumption, Role of 1-D Flow Descriptions (Insight, Overall Flow Characterization), Regimes of Relevance 1-D Isentropic Flow and Choking, Maximum Flow Per Unit Area “Corrected Flow” and Flow Functions |
5 |
1-D Flow in Converging-diverging Nozzles Shock Waves, Behavior of Nozzles (Brief Description) Starting of Supersonic Flows Transitions from Supersonic to Subsonic Flow in Constant Area Ducts |
6-7 |
Generalized One-dimensional Flow With Mass, Momentum, and Energy Interchange Effect of Friction (Movement of Choke Point, Reduction in Max Flow) Effect of Heat Addition Analogies Between Mass, Momentum, and Heat Addition |
8 |
General Compressible Flow Processes in Propulsion Systems Representation of Flow Processes in H-K Diagrams Applications to Ramjets and Scramjets |
9-10 |
Axisymmetric Compressible Swirling Flow Derivation of Equations Examples: (i) Behavior of Static Pressure, (ii) Effects of Swirl on Maximum Mass Flow, (iii) Effect of Mass Addition on Total Pressure |
11 |
Compound-compressible Flow (Combined Subsonic and Supersonic Streams) Compound Flow Regimes and the Compound Mach Number Compound Choking and Effect on Mass Flow Examples: Nozzles, Mixing Ducts |
Disturbance Behavior in a Compressible Flow (2 Lectures by Prof. Zoltan Spakovszky) | |
12 |
Types of Perturbations in Compressible Flow: Entropy, Vorticity and Pressure Disturbances Coupling of Disturbance Types in Compressible Flow |
13 |
Characteristic Disturbance Velocities and Behavior Unsteady Flow and Upstream Influence in Compressible Flow |
Gas Dynamic Discontinuities (4 Lectures by Prof. Wesley Harris) | |
14 | Shock Waves |
15 | Deflagrations |
16 | Detonations |
17 | Crocco’s Theorem |
Two-Dimensional, Compressible, Linear Flows (4 Lectures by Prof. Wesley Harris) | |
18-20 | Constant Entropy Flows |
21-22 | Slender, Axially Symmetric Flows |
Two-Dimensional, Compressible, Non-Linear Flows (4 Lectures by Prof. Wesley Harris) | |
23-24 | Inviscid, Unsteady Transonic Flows |
25-26 | Inviscid Hypersonic Flows |
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