Aerospace Design 3 (AERO4460)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit aims to develop an understanding of the application of design to the modern aerospace industry. Students will gain an overview of how to manage a design team and will also gain skills in carrying out detailed design problems. Course content will include: Design requirements; Sources of information for aircraft design; Configuration design: performance, weight and balance, propulsion; Aerodynamic design: lift, drag and control; Structural design: loads, materials; Philosophies of design and analysis; System design: requirements and specification; System design procedures; systems integration.
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Further unit of study information
2 hours of lectures and 3 hours of project work in-class per week.
Through semester assesment (100%)
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Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
AERO3260 AND AERO3261 AND AERO3360 AND AERO3460
Assumed knowledge: AERO1400, AERO2703 and AERO3465
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