Aerodynamics by N.A.V. Piercy

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Varia- tion of temperature, vibration, and slight wear are instances. 2 per cent, of the above head is a convenient limit to sensitivity. 1 or It follows that the pitot-static tube becomes unsuitable for smaller velocities, and other means of measurement are then substituted. Of these, the change in electrical resistance of a fine heated wire due to forced convection in a stream has proved most convenient. pitot-static tube, usually of divided type, is employed on aircraft to indicate speed. Wherever located within practical limita- A tions, it is subject to disturbance from near parts of the craft to an extent depending on speed.

That on the upper face is jx ( dy\ . ^_ _ AERODYNAMICS 30 [CH. there cannot be a resultant force on the stratum. Integrating twice, A and B where equation for u = o, w : = Ay + B u y Hence Now insert in this are constants of integration. when the special values which are known, viz. u = = U when y = h. Two equations result, viz. : =o + B U =Ah + B which are sufficient to determine A and B. We find : 5 =0 A = Z7/A. Inserting these values in the original equation for u, u = j,y ..... (30) The fluid velocity between the plates is proportional to y distribution of velocity is plotted in the figure.

A function of x and y * DC t FIG. 17, on equatfy (#> y)> which, ing to any constant, gives corresponding values of x and y for points lying on one of the streamlines of the motion, fy is called the stream function of the motion. Consider a steady two-dimensional motion in the #y-plane. Let and B be two points, not on the same streamline join them by any curve (Fig. 17), and let q make an angle a with an element 8s A of the curve. e. \ J by B A ? sin a as. This value is unique, for the flow across AB is independent of the shape of the curve, being the same as that across any other curve, such as ACB, joining the points, since otherwise fluid would be compressed within, or exhausted from, the area ACBA.

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