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ASE 1013 Unigraphics Final Assignment

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ASE 1013 Unigraphics Final Assignment Your mission, and you WILL choose to accept it, is to design a Gulfstream IV (GIV)-equivalently sized business-class jet in Unigraphics, in 3D. By “equivalently sized,” we mean that we would like your design, from the top-down planform view, fit within the maximum exterior dimensions of the GIV (fuselage length not longer than ~80ft, wingspan not longer than ~80 ft). Your design must be your own – meaning no two students’ designs will look alike – and creativity and detail are encouraged. Each assignment part file needs to be submitted to the appropriate assignment submission page on WebCT by the listed due dates. Part I (Due November 15) – Prepare a specifications document in Microsoft Word providing important geometric data for your design, similar to the one posted on WebCT for the GIV. Include the following sections: Wing Span (overall) Root Chord (fuselage centerline) Break Chord (wing station XXX) (if applicable) Tip Chord Aspect Ratio
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