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1Lecture 01: Introduction on Aerodynamics-its relevance and applicationsDownload
2Lecture 02: AtmosphereDownload
3Lecture 03: Flow velocity, pressure, skin frictionDownload
4Lecture 04: Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an aircraftDownload
5Lecture 05: Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an aircraft (Contd.)Download
6Lecture 06: Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an....Download
7Lecture 07: Eulerian and Lagrangian perspectives of flow: Fluid element trajectoriesPDF unavailable
8Lecture 08: Fluid element trajectories, Angular velocity, and vorticityPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Irrotational and Rotational flow, Strain of a fluid element, Gradient....PDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: Line Surface and Volume Integrals, Circulation, Velocity ....Download
11Lecture 11: Conservation equations of mass, momentum and energyDownload
12Lecture 12: Conservation equations of momentum and energyDownload
13Lecture 13: Inviscid and viscous flowsDownload
14Lecture 14: Inviscid and viscous flows (cont’d)Download
15Lecture 15: Bernoulli’s equation and its applications....Download
16Lecture 16: Bernoulli’s equation applications; Potential flow; Boundary layer flowDownload
17Lecture 17: Boundary layer flowDownload
18Lecture 18: Boundary Layer (cont’d) & Laminar and turbulent flowDownload
19Lecture 19: Airfoil Geometry, forces and moments acting on an airfoilDownload
20Lecture 20: Pressure distribution on an airfoil, Airfoil nomenclature and characteristicsDownload
21Lecture 21: Airfoil characteristics; Aerodynamic center; Some more elementary flowsPDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: Elementary flows- Doublet and Point Vortex; Vortex sheetPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: Kutta condition; Kelvin’s circulation theorem; Introduction to thin airfoil theoryPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Results of thin airfoil theory for symmetric....PDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Multi element airfoils, Laminar and turbulent....PDF unavailable
26Lecture 26: Finite wing geometry and flow featuresPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: Biot Savart Law; Prandtl’s lifting line theoryPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: Prandtl lifting theory for finite wingsPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: Finite wing aerodynamics; Delta wing aerodynamicsPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30: Delta wing aerodynamics; Unsteady aerodynamicsPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: Fundamentals of high speed flowsPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Velocity potential equation and its application; Finite WavesPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Normal shocksPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Normal shocks, Mach waves and oblique shocksPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Oblique shock; Prandtl Meyer expansionPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Shock expansion theory; Flow through converging diverging nozzlePDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Flow through converging diverging nozzle under different back pressure....PDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: Priliminary concepts of hypersonic flow; Shock tubePDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Computing aerodynamic flows - trying to connect with the theoryPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Computing aerodynamic flows- trying to connect with the theory (cont’d)PDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: Some more on flow physics; The different steps involved in flow computationsPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: An introduction to Panel MethodPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Panel method and Vortex Lattice MethodPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Mathematical classification of PDEs and their physical behaviorPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Basics of grid and discretization of governing PDEsPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Different aspects of numerical schemesPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Basics of Euler EquationPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Basics of Compressible Navier Stokes EquationsPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: Wind tunnel-an experimental tool in aerodynamics; Types of wind tunnelsPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Wind Tunnel design basics- Subsonic Wind TunnelsPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Wind Tunnel design basics-Subsonic wind tunnels (cont’d)....PDF unavailable
52Lecture 52: Wind Tunnel design basics - Supersonic wind tunnelsPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53: Continuous closed circuit supersonic wind tunnel....PDF unavailable
54Lecture 54: Scalling of wind tunnel models; Safety issues in wind tunnel handlingPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55: Flow visualization techniquesPDF unavailable
56Lecture 56: Schlieren and Shadowgraph techniques....PDF unavailable
57Lecture 57: Measurement of Pressure using mechanical instrumentsPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58: Rayleigh Pitot tube; Drag measurement using wake survey and direct weighing methodPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59: Mechanical balancePDF unavailable
60Lecture 60: Electronic transducersPDF unavailable
61Lecture 61: Wheatstone bridge circuits for force and moment measurementPDF unavailable
62Lecture 62: Strain gauge based balances; Electronic pressure gaugesPDF unavailable
63Lecture 63: Absolute-Gauge-Differential pressure sensors; Data Acquisition SystemPDF unavailable
64Lecture 64: Measurement error and uncertaintyPDF unavailable
65Lecture 65: Velocity measurement using Particle Image VelocimetryPDF unavailable
66Lecture 66: Velocity measurement using Particle Image Velocimetry- cont’dPDF unavailable
67Lecture 67: Particle image velocimetry- cont’dPDF unavailable
68Lecture 68: How wind tunnel and associated instrumentation are used....PDF unavailable
69Lecture 69: Quick recapitulation of course content and closurePDF unavailable

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