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How does the body-fixed coordinate system look like?

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Mostly through the center of gravity.
The x-axis points into longitudinal direction, while the y-axis is normal to that, pointing upward or downward

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The total aerodynamic force F_aero consists of which two parts?

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-total force due to pressure
-total force due to shear (friction)

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In which two components can F_aero be split up to? (in aerodynamic coordinate system)

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into lift and drag

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What forces produce lift?

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Lift is mainly produced due to pressure, which is acting on the body

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What produces drag?

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Drag is due to pressure and friction acting onto the body

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How does the aerodynamic coordinate system look like?

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It is defined in relation to the incoming flow. The x-axis is in the direction to the incoming flow, the y-axis is normal to that.

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Which four forces are acting onto an aircraft?

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-lift (normal to airstream)
-drag (parallel to airstream)
-thrust (usually slighty inclined towards the aircraft reference axix)
-mass forces (weight + inertia forces)

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How is lift generated? 

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Lift is generated by re-directing the airstream:
By accelerating the flow on the upper side and decelerating the flow on the lower side

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How is drag generated? (generally)

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Drag is generated by declerating (slowing down) the airstream

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How does the pressure distribution of an airfoil look like?

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upper side: low pressure
bottom surface: high pressure

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What can one tell from the cp- curves?

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The larger the area they enclose, the higher the pressure force and the higher the lift

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What is the camber line?

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the line where upper and lower surface has the same distance

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How does the body-fixed coordinate system look like?

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Mostly through the center of gravity.
The x-axis points into longitudinal direction, while the y-axis is normal to that, pointing upward or downward

Q:

The total aerodynamic force F_aero consists of which two parts?

A:

-total force due to pressure
-total force due to shear (friction)

Q:

In which two components can F_aero be split up to? (in aerodynamic coordinate system)

A:

into lift and drag

Q:

What forces produce lift?

A:

Lift is mainly produced due to pressure, which is acting on the body

Q:

What produces drag?

A:

Drag is due to pressure and friction acting onto the body

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Q:

How does the aerodynamic coordinate system look like?

A:

It is defined in relation to the incoming flow. The x-axis is in the direction to the incoming flow, the y-axis is normal to that.

Q:

Which four forces are acting onto an aircraft?

A:

-lift (normal to airstream)
-drag (parallel to airstream)
-thrust (usually slighty inclined towards the aircraft reference axix)
-mass forces (weight + inertia forces)

Q:

How is lift generated? 

A:

Lift is generated by re-directing the airstream:
By accelerating the flow on the upper side and decelerating the flow on the lower side

Q:

How is drag generated? (generally)

A:

Drag is generated by declerating (slowing down) the airstream

Q:

How does the pressure distribution of an airfoil look like?

A:

upper side: low pressure
bottom surface: high pressure

Q:

What can one tell from the cp- curves?

A:

The larger the area they enclose, the higher the pressure force and the higher the lift

Q:

What is the camber line?

A:

the line where upper and lower surface has the same distance

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