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Anderson - Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. Author J D Anderson. Book: J.D. Anderson, Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics, 2nd Edition, AIAA Education Additional Reading 1, 50 Years of Hypersonics (pdf file). This book is the second edition of a successful, self-contained text for those students and readers interested in learning hypersonic flow and high- temperature.

History[ edit ] The study of gas dynamics is often associated with the flight of modern high-speed aircraft and atmospheric reentry of space-exploration vehicles; however, its origins lie with simpler machines. At the beginning of the 19th century, investigation into the behaviour of fired bullets led to improvement in the accuracy and capabilities of guns and artillery. At the beginning of the 20th century, the focus of gas dynamics research shifted to what would eventually become the aerospace industry. Ludwig Prandtl and his students proposed important concepts ranging from the boundary layer to supersonic shock waves , supersonic wind tunnels , and supersonic nozzle design. Other notable figures Meyer , Luigi Crocco, and Shapiro also contributed significantly to the principles considered fundamental to the study of modern gas dynamics. Many others also contributed to this field. Accompanying the improved conceptual understanding of gas dynamics in the early 20th century was a public misconception that there existed a barrier to the attainable speed of aircraft, commonly referred to as the " sound barrier. Amongst other factors, conventional aerofoils saw a dramatic increase in drag coefficient when the flow approached the speed of sound. Overcoming the larger drag proved difficult with contemporary designs, thus the perception of a sound barrier. However, aircraft design progressed sufficiently to produce the Bell X Piloted by Chuck Yeager , the X-1 officially achieved supersonic speed in October Experimental gas dynamics undertakes wind tunnel model experiments and experiments in shock tubes and ballistic ranges with the use of optical techniques to document the findings.

Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics

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.

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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.

Anderson - Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics

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.

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