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Course Name
Turkish
Hesaplamalı Aerodinamik
English
Computational Aerodynamics
Course Code
UCK 419
Credit
Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester

3
3


Course Language
Turkish
Course Coordinator
Mahmut Adil Yükselen
Course Objectives
1. To be able to calculate incompressible 2D potential flows around airfoils by using panel methods
2. To be able to calculate incompressible 3D potential flows around finite wings by using panel methods
3. To be able to calculate incompressible 3D potential flows around aircraft bodies by using panel methods
Course Description
Fundamentals of inviscid incompressible flow, general solution of incompressible potential flow equations, Panel methods, singularity elements and influence coefficients, two dimensional numerical solutions, three dimensional numerical solutions, unsteady incompressible potential flow, enhancement of the potential flow model.
Course Outcomes
On completing this course students should :
I.be understand 2 and 3Dimensional potential flow problems, its modeling by integral equations and boundary conditions
II.be able to calculate a thin airfoil problem by using a lumped vortex method
III.be able to calculate a thick airfoil problem by using a surface singularity method
IV.be able to calculate a wing problem by using vortex lattice method
V.be able to calculate an aircraft body problem by using panel method
VI.be understand how an unsteady airfoil problem to be solved by surface singularity methods
Prerequisite(s)
MAT 202E MIN DD and UCK 351 MIN DD
Required Facilities
to be able to use effectively at least one programming language (Fortran, MatLab, C, vBasic etc.)
Other
Textbook
J. Katz, A. Plotkin, LowSpeed Aerodynamics, From wing theory to panel methods, McGrawHill, Inc., 1991
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