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PSNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, DINDIGUL 624 622 DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LESSON PLAN Subject Name

e Subject code Name of the faculty GAS DYNAMICS AND JET PROPULSION 10122ME602 Mr.M.Santhosh Branch Year Semester Mechanical Engineering III B.E. VI Semester

Definition: Fluid Dynamics of compressible flow is generally referred to as Gas dynamics. This deals with the unified analysis of dynamics and thermodynamics of compressible flows. Objective: To learn about the basic relations of compressible flow, Stagnation state, Mach number, and Basic concepts behind the isentropic flow through variable area ducts. To under stand the basic difference between incompressible and compressible flow To study the phenomenon of shock waves and its effect on flow To gain basic knowledge about jet propulsion and rocket propulsion Course Outcome: The students will garner knowledge in gas dynamics and the analysis of compressible flow for the use in engineering applications. Matching PEOs 1)

Our mechanical engineering graduates will be successful professionals with a commitment to quality,

performance, society, environment, country, safety and ethics when discharging duties as engineers, managers, researchers and administrators. 2) Graduates will have a successful career in mechanical engineering or related fields in industry, academia

and other organizations throughout the world where an engineering approach to problem solving and ability to independent learning is highly valued.

Matching POs Graduates will demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data and report

skills. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and solve mechanical engineering problems.

Content Beyond the Syllabus 1. 1. Electric Rocket Propulsion 2. Ion Propulsion Techniques

Theory Class:6 Unit - I Compressible Flow Flow through variable area duct Text Book Sl. No

Target Hours

T1- Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion S.M.Yahya Period Reqd. 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 Ref. Book/Page No. T1 / 43 -45,68-73 T1 / 47-50 T1 / 51-57 T1 / 87-90 T1 / 81-83 T1 / 99-104 Actual Date of completion Remarks

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Topics to be Covered Energy and momentum equations of compressible flow Various regions of flows, Stagnation states &reference velocities Mach wave, Mach cone & Mach angle,Effect of Mach No on compressibility. Mach No,Critical Mach No And use of gas tables Isentropic flow through variable area duct,T-S and H-S diagrams Nozzle and diffuser and use of gas tables Tutorials

Theory Class: 9 Unit - II Flow Through ducts Text Book

Target Hours

T1-Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion S.M.Yahya Ref. Topics to be Covered Book/Page No. Flow Through Constant Area ducts With friction T1 / 256-263

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Period Reqd. 2

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1 2 2 2 3

- Fanno flow Equations Variation of flow properties and Mach no with duct length Isothermal flow with friction in constant area duct Rayleigh flow- line and equation, variation of flow properties, maximum heat transfers. Use Of Gas Tables And Charts-Problems Tutorials

T1/266-269 T1/270-272 T1/301-313 T1/315-317

Theory Class: 10 Unit - III Normal Shocks And Oblique shocks Text Book Sl. No

Target Hours S.M.Yahya

10

T1-Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion Period Reqd. 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 Ref. Topics to be Covered Governing Equations Variation Of Flow Properties Normal Shock Prandtl Meyer Equations Impossibility of shock in subsonic flows Oblique Shock Normal shock in Fanno and Reyleigh flow Tutorial Book/Page No. T1 / 158-161 T1 / 168-181 T1 / 164-167 T1/164-167 T1 / 219-225 T1 / 215-217

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Theory Class: 8 Unit - IV Text Book Sl. No Jet Propulsion Target Hours 10

T1-Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion S.M.Yahya Period Reqd. 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 3 Ref. Book/Page No. T1 / 445-456 T1 / 463-466 T1 / 467-470 T1 / 472-489 T1 / 472-476 T1 / 451-452 T1 / 516-524 Actual Date of completion Remarks

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Topics to be Covered Air craft propulsion Types of jet engines Thrust Equation Thrust Power And Propulsive Efficiency Study of turbojet engine components Ramjet-Turbojet pulse jet engine Thrust Augmentation & Aircraft Combustors Tutorial

Theory Class: 10

Unit - V Text Book Sl. No

Rocket Propulsion

Target Hours

10

T1-Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion S.M.Yahya Period Reqd. 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 Ref. Topics to be Covered Types Of Rocket Engines-Propellants Theory Of Rocket Propulsion Comparison of different propulsion systems Propellant feeding system Ignition and combustion Terminal characteristic velocity Applications Space flights Problems Tutorial Electric ion propulsion and Electric propulsion rocket engine HOD/MECH Book/Page No. T1 / 494-501 T1 / 524-531 T1 / 538-539 T1/506-510 T1/510-523 T1/532-536 T1/536-540 T1/541-546 T1/557-565 Actual Date of completion Remarks

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