Compressible Flow Scores
 2017
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 08.31.17
 2018
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 09.04.18
The grades for Assign 0 have been entered. I gave A0 if you registered but didn't enable email notifications in the Compressible Flow forum, and “-” if you didn't register.
 09.06.18
Quiz 1 has been corrected. I gave A0 if you didn't explain well enough all the steps to reach an answer.
 09.27.18
Quiz 2 has been corrected. You all did fine.
 10.12.18
Quiz 3 has been corrected. I took away half a grade if you didn't write all the steps in finding $\gamma$. You can't just say it was found the calculator from a complex expression. You need to isolate $\gamma$ and then calculate it.
 10.19.18
Note that a grade for Assign 4 will be given after the Quiz on Tuesday. This Tuesday (Oct 30), the quiz question will be either from Assignment 4 or from Design 1. Make sure you can remember your solutions.
 10.26.18
The grades for A4/D1 are inputted. I took away a half grade if you didn't finish the problem fully or made an important mistake.
 10.31.18
A5 has been corrected. You all made the same mistake. Think about this more, I may ask you the same problem in the final. The answers posted on my site are correct: you need to find your mistake and match these answers.
 11.13.18
The midterm exam has been corrected. Check that your grades for each question were inputted correctly.
 11.27.18
A6 has been corrected. 2 of you got it right and were given A+. I gave B+ for being halfway there (you need to check that the pressures match across the contact surface..). Make sure you can do this problem: it may be asked in the final.
 11.29.18
Quiz 7 is corrected: I gave you all A0. Although you didn't all do it the same way, you all made a mistake in how you setup your integral. You shouldn't have to say $\cos(\theta)=1$ because $\theta$ is small. This is not needed here and shouldn't be done. What you need to think more about is how to setup the integral. Hint: the total lift force per unit span is $F_{\rm L}=\int_{x=0}^{x=t} (P_{\rm bottom}-P_{\rm top}) dx$.
 12.14.18
The final exams have been corrected. I'm a bit disappointed by how few correct answers were obtained.. The exam was not so difficult I think.. The scores would have been higher if you would have prepared better by making sure you could solve all assignment problems correctly. For instance, Q3 is a problem you were asked in one assignment and I did mention in class none got it right. After this assignment was completed, you should have put more effort into this problem, asked some questions, and figured it out.
 12.29.18
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