AE61017: Advanced Gas Dynamics

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AE61017
Course name ADVANCED GAS DYNAMICS
Offered by Aerospace Engineering
Credits 3
L-T-P 3-0-0
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Prerequisites: AE60003 Generalized three-dimensional equations of conservation with real gas effects, simplified forms in ideal cases, Bernoulliâs equation for compressible flow; One dimensional steady gas dynamics: Flow through nozzles and diffusers, formation of normal shocks, theory of normal and oblique shocks, shock polar, expansion waves, wave interaction, Rayleigh and Fanno lines, One-dimensional unsteady gas dynamics; piston analogy, linearized shock tube, Riemann invariants, moving shock waves; Methods of characteristics and design of nozzles; experimental methods and measurement techniques.


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