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Please think how you learned this section. What did you find to be helpful? Please tick all that apply.

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* 1. Please think how you learned this section. What did you find to be helpful? Please tick all that apply.

Please list the top 5 concepts that you learned in this module.

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* 2. Please list the top 5 concepts that you learned in this module.

What concepts pose(d) difficulties for you? Please discuss, and also how you solved the difficulty if you did.

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* 3. What concepts pose(d) difficulties for you? Please discuss, and also how you solved the difficulty if you did.

The incompressible potential equation was simply a statement of continuity. How about the compressible potential equation, and what causes the complexity?

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* 4. The incompressible potential equation was simply a statement of continuity. How about the compressible potential equation, and what causes the complexity?

Does the full potential equation hold across shocks? Why not? What terms in the equation would change and how?

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* 5. Does the full potential equation hold across shocks? Why not? What terms in the equation would change and how?

How does conservation of energy come into the compressible potential equation?

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* 6. How does conservation of energy come into the compressible potential equation?

What are the boundary conditions used with the full potential equation?

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* 7. What are the boundary conditions used with the full potential equation?

Exactly what is the "non-linearity" problem cited regarding the full potential equation? How does this affect/prohibit solution methods that might be used if it were linear?

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* 8. Exactly what is the "non-linearity" problem cited regarding the full potential equation? How does this affect/prohibit solution methods that might be used if it were linear?

How do we use the linearized potential equation to solve for the lift and pitching moment of a wing in subsonic compressible flow?

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* 9. How do we use the linearized potential equation to solve for the lift and pitching moment of a wing in subsonic compressible flow?

Suppose you solve the full potential equation and hence solve for, well, the full potential as a function of space and time. What then? How would you find the velocity field, the pressure field, and airloads from this?

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* 10. Suppose you solve the full potential equation and hence solve for, well, the full potential as a function of space and time. What then? How would you find the velocity field, the pressure field, and airloads from this?

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