3 semester

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Name of the discipline

Special sections of hydroaeromechanics and aeroelasticity

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Course of study, specialty

2, specialty “mechanics”

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Семестр обучения

3

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Amount of credits

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Full name lecturer

Cand. phys. Sci., Associate Professor Konon PN

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Objectives of studying the discipline

The aim of the course is to study the most complicated sections of hydromechanics and gas dynamics, construct new models of fluid and gas motion, study the interaction of liquid and gaseous media with elastic bodies, and develop new analytical and numerical methods for solving problems.

 As a result of the study the master student should be able to:

–       to choose a model and to implement the initial-boundary problems of hydroaeromechanics;

–       to carry out a mathematical solution of the problems of fluid mechanics and gas;

–       to improve models of hydroaeromechanics and aeroelasticity;

–        develop analytical, approximate and numerical methods for the problems of fluid and gas mechanics;

–       apply the basic methods of mathematical and numerical modeling to solve theoretical and applied problems in the field of hydro- and aeroelasticity.

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Prerequisites

Continuum mechanics. Equations of mathematical physics.

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Contents of the discipline

Models and tasks of the flow of an isothermal and nonisothermal ideal and viscous fluid. Investigation of currents with unknown boundaries of regions. Investigation of flows on rotating surfaces with unknown boundaries of regions in the field of centrifugal and surface forces. Fundamentals of the theory of stability and turbulence of flows. Investigations of jet streams. Fundamentals of thermodynamics. Models and tasks of gas flow.

Problems of hydroelasticity. Effects of flows on the body. Flow around a circular cylinder with circulation and without circulation. Chaplygin’s formulas for hydrodynamic reactions. Formula Zhukovsky for the lift. Flow around a wing profile in a liquid and gas flow.

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Recommended literature

1.     Sedov L.I. Continuum mechanics. T.1.2. M.: Science, 1994.

2.    Kochin NE, Kibel IA, Roze NV Theoretical hydromechanics. T.1.2. M: Fizmatgiz, 1963.

3.    Chernyi G.G. Gas dynamics. M.: Science, 1989.

4.    Landau, LD, Lifshitz, EM Gidromekhanika. M.: Science, 1986.

5.    Loitsyansky LG Mechanics of fluid and gas. M.: Science, 1986.

6.    Shkadov V.Ya. Viscous fluid flows. Moscow: Izd. Moscow State University, 1984.

7.    The mechanics of continuous media in problems. Ed. M.E. Eglith. T. 1.2. Moscow: Moscow Lyceum, 1996.

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Teaching Methods

Lectures, practical exercises

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Language of instruction

Russian

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Conditions (requirements)

The score on the exam is set taking into account:

40% – work in practical classes, 60% – verbal response in the exam.

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Format of current certification

Exam