What are the basics of aeronautical engineering

Exercise

Basics of aeronautical engineering

Events

  • 11/06/2020 12: 30-14: 45 Online: video conference / zoom etc.
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  • April 26th, 2021 12: 30-14: 30 101, lecture hall 1, "Interims I", exam review

description

- Introduction - Application examples fixed wing / rotary wing aircraft (civil and military) - Historical development of fixed wing aircraft: civil and military aviation - Aircraft (fixed wing aircraft): overview, basics of aircraft aerodynamics (lift, drag, stability), mass terminology, basics of drive integration, point and Missionary achievement. - Historical development of rotary wing aircraft - helicopters (rotary wing aircraft): overview, basics of jet theory and blade element theory, preliminary design and mission calculation, rotor dynamics - safety in air traffic - programming, systems: programming, assemblies, systems (capabilities, functionalities, implementation)

Content requirements

Basic knowledge of mathematics, mechanics and fluid mechanics.

Study and examination performance

In a two-part written exam (fixed-wing 50%, rotary-wing 50%), the imparted content is queried in the form of short questions (partly multiple-choice, partly to be answered directly) and calculation tasks. The knowledge and transfer questions check to what extent the students understand the fundamentals of aeronautical engineering and can transfer fundamental relationships. In the calculation tasks, the student demonstrates the safe application of linear, aerodynamic and empirical models to problems relating to flight mechanics.

Recommended literature

Anderson, J., Introduction to Flight, McGraw-Hill Book Company H√ľnecke, K .: The technology of the modern airliner, Motorbuch Verlag Barnard, R., Aircraft Flight, Prentice Hall Johnson, W .: Helicopter Theory. Dover Publications Inc. Prouty, R. W .: Helicopter Performance, Stability and Control. Krieger Publishing Company

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