Intro to Aero - Aug. 17, 2006 ASE 1013 Introduction to...

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Aug. 17, 2006 ASE 1013 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Syllabus (subject to change) Instructors: Keith Koenig, PhD, Professor of Aerospace Engineering koenig@ae.msstate.edu 321 Walker Cedric Gould, graduate teaching assistant cog9@ae.msstate.edu 321 Walker Nathan King, graduate teaching assistant nmk10@msstate.edu 321 Walker Card Ratliff, graduate teaching assistant wcr15@msstate.edu 322 Walker Objectives: To introduce the properties and characteristics of flight vehicles. To provide an introduction to applications of fundamentals of mathematics, basic physical sciences and engineering sciences to problems in aerospace engineering. To introduce analytical, computational, experimental and problem-solving skills and tools used in aerospace engineering. Topics: approximate number of class meetings Flight Vehicles 6 Engineering Ethics 1 Basic Aerodynamics 3 Standard Atmosphere 1 Airfoils and Wings 3 Flight Vehicle Structures 3 Rocket Trajectory 3 Excel 1 Mathcad 5 Unigraphics 4 Midterm and Final
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Intro to Aero - Aug. 17, 2006 ASE 1013 Introduction to...

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