Computational Aerodynamics Scores  
2017
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03.07.17
2018
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03.08.18
For Quiz #1, I took away 1 point if you didn't explain correctly how to expand $\rho v_x$ using Taylor series and another if you didn't finish the proof.
03.20.18
For Quiz #2, I took away 0.5 point if you didn't indicate your answer clearly (with a box surrounding the answer), 0.5 point if you forgot to write the units somewhere, 0.5 point if you didn't calculate the discretization error associated with your answer.
03.30.18
For Quiz #3, I took away 0.5 point if you wrote math symbols within the Equation command that can not be processed by the CFD code (i.e., if you wrote $\sqrt(x)$ instead of sqrt(x).
04.05.18
For quiz #4, I took away 1-2 points if there is a major problem in your logic, and 0.5 point if you didn't indicate your answer clearly. If you didn't get 3/3, you should figure out how to solve this problem.. Ask questions on my website or to a friend.
04.13.18
For quiz #5, I gave A0 if you didn't indicate your answer clearly.
05.11.18
For quiz #6, I gave A0 if you didn't calculate the matrix $|A|$ correctly. What some of you did is to calculate $A$ and then to find $|A|$ as the absolute value of all elements of $A$. This gives the right answer in this case but this is the wrong logic. You need to find $|A|$ as $L^{-1}|\Lambda|L$ where $\Lambda$ corresponds to the absolute values of all elements of $\Lambda$.
05.25.18
For quiz #7, I gave B+ if there were serious mistakes in the setup of the boundary conditions. I gave A0 if you made mistakes in calculating the drag coefficient or the stagnation pressure, or if there were some minor mistakes in setting up the boundary conditions.
06.01.18
For quiz #8, I gave B+ if you couldn't get a reasonable value for $p$, A0 if there was a small mistake in finding $p$, and A+ if you got $p$ correct.
06.14.18
I finished correcting the finals. You did quite well. I hope you enjoyed the course and found it useful. Have a nice vacation!
06.26.18
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