Lecture 1 - Introduction on Aerodynamics-its relevance and applications

Lecture 2 - Atmosphere

Lecture 3 - Flow velocity, pressure, skin friction

Lecture 4 - Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an aircraft

Lecture 5 - Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an aircraft (Continued...)

Lecture 6 - Generation of aerodynamic forces and moments on an aircraft (Continued...)

Lecture 7 - Eulerian and Lagrangian perspectives of flow: Fluid element trajectories

Lecture 8 - Fluid element trajectories, Angular velocity, and vorticity

Lecture 9 - Irrotational and Rotational flow, Strain of a fluid element, Gradient

Lecture 10 - Line Surface and Volume Integrals, Circulation, Velocity

Lecture 11 - Conservation equations of mass, momentum and energy

Lecture 12 - Conservation equations of momentum and energy

Lecture 13 - Inviscid and viscous flows

Lecture 14 - Inviscid and viscous flows (Continued...)

Lecture 15 - Bernoulli’s equation and its applications

Lecture 16 - Bernoulli’s equation applications; Potential flow; Boundary layer flow

Lecture 17 - Boundary layer flow

Lecture 18 - Boundary Layer (Continued...) and Laminar and turbulent flow

Lecture 19 - Airfoil Geometry, forces and moments acting on an airfoil

Lecture 20 - Pressure distribution on an airfoil, Airfoil nomenclature and characteristics

Lecture 21 - Airfoil characteristics; Aerodynamic center; Some more elementary flows

Lecture 22 - Elementary flows- Doublet and Point Vortex; Vortex sheet

Lecture 23 - Kutta condition; Kelvin’s circulation theorem; Introduction to thin airfoil theory

Lecture 24 - Results of thin airfoil theory for symmetric

Lecture 25 - Multi element airfoils, Laminar and turbulent

Lecture 26 - Finite wing geometry and flow features

Lecture 27 - Biot Savart Law; Prandtl’s lifting line theory

Lecture 28 - Prandtl lifting theory for finite wings

Lecture 29 - Finite wing aerodynamics; Delta wing aerodynamics

Lecture 30 - Delta wing aerodynamics; Unsteady aerodynamics

Lecture 31 - Fundamentals of high speed flows

Lecture 32 - Velocity potential equation and its application; Finite Waves

Lecture 33 - Normal shocks

Lecture 34 - Normal shocks, Mach waves and oblique shocks

Lecture 35 - Oblique shock; Prandtl Meyer expansion

Lecture 36 - Shock expansion theory; Flow through converging diverging nozzle

Lecture 37 - Flow through converging diverging nozzle under different back pressure

Lecture 38 - Priliminary concepts of hypersonic flow; Shock tube

Lecture 39 - Computing aerodynamic flows - trying to connect with the theory

Lecture 40 - Computing aerodynamic flows - trying to connect with the theory (Continued...)

Lecture 41 - Some more on flow physics; The different steps involved in flow computations

Lecture 42 - An introduction to Panel Method

Lecture 43 - Panel method and Vortex Lattice Method

Lecture 44 - Mathematical classification of PDEs and their physical behavior

Lecture 45 - Basics of grid and discretization of governing PDEs

Lecture 46 - Different aspects of numerical schemes

Lecture 47 - Basics of Euler Equation

Lecture 48 - Basics of Compressible Navier Stokes Equations

Lecture 49 - Wind tunnel-an experimental tool in aerodynamics; Types of wind tunnels

Lecture 50 - Wind Tunnel design basics - Subsonic Wind Tunnels

Lecture 51 - Wind Tunnel design basics - Subsonic wind tunnels (Continued...)

Lecture 52 - Wind Tunnel design basics - Supersonic wind tunnels

Lecture 53 - Continuous closed circuit supersonic wind tunnel

Lecture 54 - Scalling of wind tunnel models; Safety issues in wind tunnel handling

Lecture 55 - Flow visualization techniques

Lecture 56 - Schlieren and Shadowgraph techniques

Lecture 57 - Measurement of Pressure using mechanical instruments

Lecture 58 - Rayleigh Pitot tube; Drag measurement using wake survey and direct weighing method

Lecture 59 - Mechanical balance

Lecture 60 - Electronic transducers

Lecture 61 - Wheatstone bridge circuits for force and moment measurement

Lecture 62 - Strain gauge based balances; Electronic pressure gauges

Lecture 63 - Absolute-Gauge-Differential pressure sensors; Data Acquisition System

Lecture 64 - Measurement error and uncertainty

Lecture 65 - Velocity measurement using Particle Image Velocimetry

Lecture 66 - Velocity measurement using Particle Image Velocimetry (Continued...)

Lecture 67 - Particle image velocimetry (Continued...)

Lecture 68 - How wind tunnel and associated instrumentation are used

Lecture 69 - Quick recapitulation of course content and closure