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## Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics

Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics. Instructor: Dr. A. Sameen, Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Madras. The course introduces compressible flow and its constitutive equations. The physical concepts behind isentropic flows, area-Mach number relation etc will be discussed with practical problems in mind. Properties of shocks and expansions are important parts of this course. All the numerical examples will be in SI units. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Introduction

 Revision of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics Lecture 01 - Introduction Lecture 02 - Basics of Thermodynamics Lecture 03 - Tutorial 1 Lecture 04 - Control Volume Approach; Reynolds Transport Theorem Lecture 05 - Conservation Equations Lecture 06 - Tutorial 2 Introduction to Compressible Flows Lecture 07 - Energy Equation: Differential Form of Energy Equation, Pressure-Energy Relation Lecture 08 - Concept of Stagnation Lecture 09 - Discussion on Stagnation Lecture 10 - Velocity of Sound Lecture 11 - Discussion on Velocity of Sound and Mach Number Wave Motion and Variable Area Flows Lecture 12 - Wave Propagation Lecture 13 - Mach Wave, Mach Cone, Mach Angle Lecture 14 - Mach Number Relations Lecture 15 - Variable Area Adiabatic Flow More on Variable Area Adiabatic Flow Lecture 16 - Variable Area Adiabatic Flow (cont.) Lecture 17 - A*, P*, T*, M* Reference Quantities and their Relations Lecture 18 - Importance of Stagnation Temperature in Relation to V Lecture 19 - Discussion on Variable Area Adiabatic Flow and *Reference Quantities Lecture 20 - Use of Gas Tables to Solve the Isentropic Flow Problems Isentropic Flow through Converging Nozzles Lecture 21 - Converging Nozzle Lecture 22 - Condition of Choked Flow and Associated Properties Lecture 23 - Area Ratio and Pressure Ratio in Converging Nozzles Lecture 24 - Discussion on Converging Nozzles Isentropic Flow through Converging-Diverging Nozzles Lecture 25 - Converging-Diverging Nozzles Lecture 26 - More on Converging-Diverging Nozzles Lecture 27 - Discussion on Converging-Diverging Nozzles 1 Lecture 28 - Discussion on Converging-Diverging Nozzles 2 Lecture 29 - Examples and Applications of Flow through Converging-Diverging Nozzles Normal Shocks Lecture 30 - Introduction to Normal Shocks Lecture 31 - Normal Shock Relations 1 Lecture 32 - Normal Shock Relations 2 Lecture 33 - Rankine-Hugoniot Equation Lecture 34 - Discussion on Normal Shocks 1 Lecture 35 - Discussion on Normal Shocks 2 Lecture 36 - Normal Shocks in Converging-Diverging Nozzles Lecture 37 - Normal Shocks in Converging-Diverging Nozzles (cont.) Moving Normal Shocks and Oblique Shocks Lecture 38 - Moving Normal Shocks Lecture 39 - Discussion on Moving Normal Shocks Lecture 40 - Oblique Shocks Lecture 41 - Oblique Shock Relations Lecture 42 - Discussion on Oblique Shocks Lecture 43 - Shock Polar Diagram and Prandtl-Meyer Relation for Oblique Shocks Oblique Shock Reflection, Prandtl-Meyer Flow and Prandtl-Meyer Function Lecture 44 - Reflection of Oblique Shocks Lecture 45 - Discussion on Reflection of Oblique Shocks Lecture 46 - Prandtl-Meyer Flow Lecture 47 - Prandtl-Meyer Flow (cont.) Lecture 48 - Discussion on Prandtl-Meyer Expansion

 References Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics Instructor: Dr. A. Sameen, Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Madras. The course introduces compressible flow and its constitutive equations.