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MAE2_Syllabus

MAE2_Syllabus - MAE 02 Fall 2010 Introduction to Aerospace...

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MAE 02 Fall 2010 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Lecture Times: Tuesday, 11:00 AM to 12:20 PM, HSS 1330 Thursday, 11:00 AM to 12:20 PM, HSS 1330 Friday, 10:00 AM to 10:50 AM, CENTR 105, EBUII 127 Instructor: Mark Anderson, [email protected], EBUII 283 Teaching Assistants: Thomas Hong, [email protected] Andrew Cavender, [email protected] Website: http://maecourses.ucsd.edu/mae2/ Course Objectives: To introduce students to the field of aeronautical and astronautical engineering; including an overview of modern analysis and design practices. Topics covered include: aerodynamics, propulsion, structures, flight mechanics, aircraft performance, space mechanics, and professional ethics. Text: Anderson, J.D., Introduction to Flight, 6th Edition, McGraw- Hill, New York NY, 2008. Homework: Homework will be collected on specified due date at the beginning of class. For large homework sets, a few problems may be left ungraded or graded with no partial points. Homework solutions will be posted on the class website. Homework must be neatly written on standard 8.5x11 paper. Figures and/or sketches should be included when needed. Sloppy homework will be penalized or rejected.
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