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Homework 5. Homework 6.
Method of Characteristics Example. Quiz 3 Due 29 Apr Week 1: Introduction to Hypersonics. Introduction ppt file.
Additional Reading 1, 50 Years of Hypersonics pdf file. Additional Reading 2, Aerothermodynamic Phenomena pdf file.
Week 2: Hypersonic Testing Presentation pdf file. Week 3: Introduction to Kinetic Theory of Gases.
Introduction to Kinetic Theory pdf file. Week 4: Introduction to Kinetic Theory part 2 pdf file.
Week 5: Rarefied Gas Dynamics Transport Properties. Introduction to Kinetic Theory part 3 pdf file. Week 6: Atomic and Molecular Theory and Plasma Physics pdf file.
Week 7: Plasma Physics. See second half of Week 6 notes. Week 8: Normal and Oblique Shocks. Normal and Oblique Shock Waves pdf file.
Week 9: Final Exam: Tuesday, June 11, Both exams will consist of two parts: No late homeworks will be accepted. PDF Download. Park, ''Non-equilibrium Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics'', Wiley, Performance Phase Textbook.
Volume 1" See Ch. Supersonic Aerodynamics , A report to General of the Army H. Chester, "Supersonic flow past a bluff body with a detached shock Part II: Axisymmetrical body", J.