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Ability to write a computer program. Topics: 1. Introduction: Hypersonic flow phenomena. Characteristics of planetary atmospheres. Anderson Chap. Inviscid Hypersonic Flow: Hypersonic shock approximations. Local surface inclination methods. Other approximate methods. Survey of exact methods. Viscous Hypersonic Flow: Self-similar boundary layer theory. Heat transfer. Shock and boundary-layer interactions. Survey of approximate and exact methods.
Introduction to Physical Chemistry of Gases: Thermodynamics of reacting gases. Statistical mechanics and kinetic theory.
Here, we will cover only material essential to an understanding of rarefied flows. Time constraints will allow us to provide only a very brief overview. High-Enthalpy Gasdynamics: Hypersonic flows with chemical reaction effects. Equilibrium flow. Stagnation point heating.
This is a large and complex topic. Here, only equilibrium flow will be covered in any depth. The thermodynamics of equilibrium air will be presented without derivation and used to solve stagnation point flow.
Rarefied Gasdynamics: Collisionless flows. The newtonian free-molecular approximation. Direct Simulation Monte Carlo techniques. Application to high-altitude aerodynamics and the gasdynamics of satellite thrusters. Bird Chap. The ability to formulate and solve engineering problems 2a is emphasized in the homework assignments and the projects. The ability to communicate effectively in writing 2c is covered in the projects and homeworks which take the form of informal reports. The final project is orally presented to the class 2c.
Professional conduct 2d , life-long learning 3 and society impact 4 are discussed by the instructor through anecdotal stories throughout the course. An attitude of life-long learning is explicitly encouraged by the open-ended assignments, which leave much to be explored in the future. Prepared by: Steven Schneider.