This lesson covers the fundamental aspects of aerodynamics, providing a comprehensive understanding of the subject. It starts with the theoretical aspects of aerodynamics, discussing the three major components of modern aerodynamic studies: analytical, experimental, and numerical approaches. The lesson then delves into the concept of standard atmosphere, pressure, density, temperature, flow velocity, and skin friction. It also covers the forces acting on an aircraft during flight, including weight, lift, thrust, and drag. The lesson further explores the concepts of aerodynamic flows, airfoil geometry, finite wing geometry, compressible flows, and experimental aspects of aerodynamics. It concludes with a discussion on particle image velocimetry and wind tunnel calibration.

- Understanding of the three major components of modern aerodynamic studies.
- Knowledge of the forces acting on an aircraft during flight.
- Insight into the concepts of aerodynamic flows and airfoil geometry.
- Comprehension of finite wing geometry and compressible flows.
- Familiarity with experimental aspects of aerodynamics, including particle image velocimetry and wind tunnel calibration.

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