MAE 3302. INCOMPRESSIBLE AERODYNAMICS. 3 Hours.
Introduction to and application of the methods used to determine the low speed aerodynamic forces on aerodynamic components such as wings and airfoils. Topics include potential flow theory for lifting flows; airfoil and finite wing theory; panel and vortex-lattice methods. Prerequisite: Must be in the professional ME or AE program and C or better in each of the following, MAE 2315, MAE 2323, MAE 3309 (or MAE 3310), and MAE 3360; or student group.
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