# Computer Controlled Aerodynamic Tunnel [Code: FM00111]

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Computer Controlled Aerodynamic Tunnel.
Computer Controlled Aerodynamic Tunnel EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES Some Practical Possibilities of the Unit: 1.-Comprehensive study of subsonic aerodynamics and air flow studies. 2.-Flux in a nozzle. Determine the characteristics of the pressures field in a nozzle. 3.-Flux in an nozzle. To observe the local characteristics, depending on whether the walls have a curvature or not, as well as what happens in the inlet and outlet  areas of the contraction. 4.-Flow of an uniform current around a cylinder. 5.-To determine the form of the field of pressures around a cylinder on  which a perpendicular to the axis current impacts. 6.-To  determine,  by  the  detachment  type,  if  the  boundary  layer  finally becomes turbulent or remains laminar. 7.-To determine the coefficient of resistance of the cylinder, for the described situation of flow. 8.-To relate all the above mentioned with the Reynolds’s number. 9.-Flow of an uniform current around a concave and a convex semi-cylinder. 10.-To determine the field or pressures in the two semi-cylinders,the concave one and the convex one. 11.-To determine the coefficients of aerodynamic resistance in the concave and the convex semi-cylinders. 12.-Aerodynamics forces due to the wind on house. 13.-Measurement of pressure distribution around body two-dimensional. 14.-Flow visualization studies. 15.-Velocity and pressure distribution measurement using a Pitot’s Tube. 16.-Sensors calibration. Practices to be done by PLC Module (PLC-PI)+PLC Control Software: 17.-Control of the unit process through the control interface box without the computer. 18.-Visualization of all the sensors values used in the unit process. 19.-Calibration of all sensors included in the unit process. 20.- Hand on of all the actuators involved in the unit process. 21.-Realization of different experiments, in automatic way, without having in front the unit.  (This experiment can be decided previously). 22.-Simulation of outside actions, in the cases do not exist hardware elements. (Example: test of complementary tanks, complementary industrialenvironment to the process to be studied, etc). 23.-PLC hardware general use and manipulation. 24.-PLC process application for unit. 25.-PLC structure. 26.-PLC inputs and outputs configuration. 27.-PLC configuration possibilities. 28.-PLC program languages. 29.-PLC different programming standard languages (literal structured, graphic, etc.). 30.-New configuration and development of new process. 31.-Hand on an established process. 32.-To  visualize  and  see  the  results  and  to  make  comparisons  with  the  unit process. 33.-Possibility of creating new process in relation with the unit. 34.-PLC Programming Exercises. 35.-Own PLC applications in accordance with teacher and student requirements