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Course Contents: History of aviation, spaceflight. Aerodynamic shape, generation of forces. Aerodynamics of airfoils.
Structural layout. Power plants. Aircraft systems. Trips to wind tunnel facilities, flight, Crisfield student looking for a ltr, propulsion and high speed aerodynamic laboratories together with demonstrative experiments. Course Contents: Fixed wing vehicles: History of Aviation, introduction to fixed wing vehicles, configuration and layout, propulsion, lift generation mechanism, balance of forces and moments, control mechanisms 10 hr Rotary wing vehicles: History of rotary wing vehicles, configuration and layout, propulsion, lift generation mechanism, balance of forces and moments, control mechanisms 6 hr Space Vehicles: History, configuration and layout, propulsion, lift generation mechanism, balance of forces and moments.
Flights in motorized gliders. Course Contents: Introduction to aerodynamics Atmosphere lSA and its stability Continuum hypothesis, dynamic similarity, Aero foil nomenclature, forces and moments Incompressible irrotational flow, Complex potential, Singularities and superposition, Blasius theorem, Method of images Circulation, Robins Magnus effect and Kutta. Joukowski theoremConformal Mapping and Joukowski air foil. Kelvin's circulation theorem Thin Air foil theory Helmholtz theorems, Finite wing theory Computational methods; Panel and vortex lattice methods Low aspect ratio wings and slender body theory Viscous flows: Introduction to NS equationsPrandtl boundary layer equations, Similarity solutions.
Turbulent boundary layer. Turbulent boundary layer 4 HRS. Course Contents: Introduction: Particle dynamics 4Rigid body dynamics: Planar and three-dimensional 12Theory of vibrations: Single degree of freedom, multi degree of freedom systems; free and forced vibrations; modal analysis; Eigen system analysis; 18response for general excitation; types of damping, proportional damping Principle of virtual work 2Hamilton's Principle; Lagrange's equation 4.
Course Contents: Static equilibrium, determinate and indeterminate structures, static stability concepts, planar and space trusses. Idealization of stiffened shells. Shear centre, shear flow in thin walled multi cell box beams, effect of taper. Tasian of then walled Section Work and energy principles, strain energy and complementary strain energy, potential and complementary potential theorems, unit load method, reciprocal theorem.
Application of energy principles for analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures. Course Contents: Review of thermodynamics Governing equations of compressible flow Isentropic flow. Area Mach relation. Speed of sound, Mach cone, Flow regimes in terms of Mach Stationary and moving normal shock, Rankine Hugoniot relations.
Supersonics, oblique shock, 2D steady flows: reflection, intersection; Prandtl Meyer flow. Method of characteristics. Similarity rules. Transonic area rule. Hypersonics; similitude, high temp and rarefaction.
Course Contents: Standard atmosphere Definition of altitude, relation between geopotential and geometric altitudes, pressure, temperature, density altitudes 1Airfoil nomenclature, Air foil data, infinite vs finite wings, critical Machdrag divergence Machwave drag, swept wings. Aerodynamic properties of wings and components '3Airplane drag estimation for subsonic and supersonic flight regime for fuselage, wings, tail and other components Crisfield student looking for a ltr aircraft 3Flaps mechanism of high lift, estimation of CL, CD, CLICD, for different flaps at various configurations.
Rate of climb, gliding flight, absolute and service ceiling, time to climb, range and endurance propeller driven airplane, range and endurance jet air plane, take-off and landing performance, turning flight and the Vn diagram, accelerated rate of climb energy method ,special consideration for supersonic airplane20Optimal performance of airplanes 5Introduction to performance estimation of fixed wing Unmanned aerial Vehicles2.
Course Contents: Standard atmosphere Definition of altitude, relation between geopotential and geometric altitudes, pressure, temperature, density altitudes Air foil nomenclature, Air foil data, infinite vs finite wings, critical Machdrag divergence Machwave drag, sweptwings. Aircraft power plants Introduction to drag polar, equations of motion, thrust required for level and unaccelerated flight, thrust available and maximum velocity, power required for level and unaccelerated flight, power available and maximum velocity reciprocating engine propeller combination, jet enginealtitude effects on power required and available.
Rate of climb, gliding flight, absolute and service ceiling, time to climb, range and endurance propeller driven airplane, range and endurance jet airplane, take off and landing performance, turning flight and the Vn diagram, accelerated rate of climb energy methodspecial consideration for supersonic airplane Optimal performance of airplanes Introduction to performance estimation of fixed wing Unmanned aerial Vehicles. Moments on an airplane. Definition of pitch angle, flightpath angle and angle of attack. Criteria for longitudinal and staticstability. Equations of longitudinal static stability.
Calculation of elevator angle to trim in stick fixed vs stick free longitudinal static stability, estimation of neutral point both stick fixed and stick freeestimation of Crisfield student looking for a ltr margin, estimation of maneuvering point both stick fixed and stick free. Course Contents: Definition of stability and control static stability and dynamic stability. Criteria for longitudinal and static stability.
Aerodynamic model longitudinal modeLongitudinal static stability and control, contribution of the wing, tail, fuselage to total moment about CG of aircraft. Calculation of elevator angle to trim in stick fixed vsstick free longitudinal static stability, estimation of neutral point both stick fixed and stick freeestimation of static margin, estimation of maneuvering point both stick fixed and stick free.
Directional static stability, lateral static stability, estimation of static margin, estimation of trim condition Equations of airplane motion Concept of stability and control derivatives Longitudinal and lateral directional dynamic modes Airplane response to controls Introduction to flying qualities and stability augmentation system. Course Contents: Lo on an aircraft. Venant torsion of arbitrary crosssection3Shear flow2Thin Walled beams: Single celled and multi celled box beams.
Course Contents: Buckling of columns. Differential equation approach, energy approach, approximate techniques. Beam columns. Buckling strength of flat sheets in compression, combined stress. Local buckling of composite shapes. Buckling of sheet stiffener combination. Course Contents : Elements of combustion: adiabatic flame temperature, flammability and stability limits. Rocket ramjet. Measurements of volumetric flow rate, speed, torque, power and temperature. Experiments on axial compressor unit, gas turbine unit, and continuous combustion unit, cascades and curved diffuser. Course Contents: Attitude dynamics and stability of three axis stabilized, single spin, dual spin, and multi body spacecraft with a1ticulated antennas, sensors, and solar arrays.
Course content: Dimensional analysis, Wind tunnels, Basic Experiments with different sensors, Material characterization, Flow Visualization. About 12 experiments will be conducted in the course. Bending of beams2. Shear centre estimation3. Estimation of Principal Axes4. Laser light flow visualization2. Smoke flow visualization3. Force balance calibration5. Calibration of low speed tunnel6.
Aerospace Propulsion Calibration and use of pressure sensors2. Calibration and use of thermocouples High Speed Aerodynamics Estimation of Mach from static pressure measurement in supersonic tunnel. Course Contents: Selection of topic of research or review; development of presentation material; preparation of technical report; technical presentations.
Course Contents: Experiments and model testing. Balances, Measurements; flow velocity: hotwire, laser doppler, pressure, temperature. Lab work: Set of experiments. Course Contents: Introduction to flight testing and instrumentation 1Techniques and data reduction methods, Error analysis 2Calibration of flight and special flight test instruments 1Evaluation of cruise and climb performance of a small airolane 1Determination of static and maneuver stability and control characteristics 1Observations of airplane dynamic modes and stall characteristics1Introduction to flight testing and instrumentation 3Techniaues and data reduction methods, Error analysis 6Calibration of flight and special flight test instruments 3Evaluation of cruise and climb performance of a small airplane 3Determination of static and maneuver stability and control characteristics 3Observations of airplane dynamic modes and stall characteristics 3.
Course Contents: Introduction to flight testing, instrumentation, techniques and data reduction methods, calibration of flight and special flight test instruments. Evaluation of glider drag polar. Evaluation of cruise and climb performance of a small airplane.
Determination of static and maneuvre stability and control characteristics. Observations of airplane dynamic modes and stall characteristics. Introduction to GPS based .Crisfield student looking for a ltr
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