AE334_syllabus - 2010-2011 SPRING AE 334 PROPULSION SYSTEMS...

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Unformatted text preview: 2010-2011 SPRING AE 334 PROPULSION SYSTEMS I Instructor: Y. Özyörük Assistant: Melika Gül Prerequisite: AE 231 Thermodynamics Lectures: Sec 01: Monday, 10:40-12:30, Wednesday, 13:40-14:30 Sec 02: Monday, 13:40-15:30, Wednesday, 14:40-15:30 Course outline: 1. Introduction to propulsion systems , review of some fundamental equations ( ~ 1.5 weeks) 2. Reciprocating engines ( ~ 1.5 weeks) 3. Propeller theory ( ~ 1.5 weeks) 4. Aerothermodynamics of ideal airbreathing propulsion systems (turbojet, turbofan, turboprop, turboshaft, ramjet, scramjet) ( ~ 3.5 weeks) 5. Reacting mixtures and combustion ( ~ 2 weeks) 6. Equilibrium and dissociation ( ~ 2 weeks) 7. Rocket engines ( ~ 2 weeks) Reference material: 1. Hill and Peterson, “Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion,” 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing, TL709 H5, 1991. 2. Mattingly, “Elements of Gas Turbine Propulsion,” McGraw-Hill, TL709 M38, 1996. 3. Kerrebrock, “Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines,” MIT Press, 2nd edition, TL709 K46, 1992. 4. Oates, “Aerothermodynamics of Gas Turbine and Rocket Propulsion,” AIAA Education Series, TL574 A45 O28, 1988. 5. Archer and Saarlas, “An Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion,” Prentice Hall, Inc, TL709 A7. Grading (tentative): Homework (12.5%), Labs (15%), Midterms I (20%), Midterm II (22.5%), Final (30%), Attendance (5% bonus) Exam dates: Announced in departmental calendar. Attendance: On a random-day basis Important notes: Homework and lab reports are to be submitted to the course assistant(s) on the due date. Late homework and lab reports will not be accepted. Copying someone else’s work or letting a friend copy your work is totally unethical. Those who get involved in such action have no respect to the instructor, friends and more importantly to themselves, and will face a risk of losing all homework/lab weight on the final grade. ...
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