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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 16.885J/ESD.35J Aircraft Systems Engineering September 4, 200 3 Prof. “John” Hansman Prof. “Earll” Murman
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Today’s Class • Course introduction • 21st Century Jet: The Building of the 777 – Interleaved video and discussion on aircraft systems engineering • Semester case study • Administrivia • Grading • Class discussion
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Course Introduction Holistic view of aircraft as a system – Systems Engineering and System Level Attributes (12 lectures) Subsystems: The Anatomy of an Aircraft (7 lectures) System Realization (6 lectures) Retrospective analysis - studying existing aircraft to learn about design choices and features Apply knowledge to semester long case study Emphasis is more on “aircraft systems” than on “systems engineering” Learning community approach We are all teachers and learners Be engaged
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Course Learning Objectives At the completion of 16.885, students will have gained: An appreciation of an aircraft as a system, operating within a larger air transportation or air defense system, and comprised of many subsystems Understanding of, and ability to apply, basic concepts for: Systems engineering: requirements, interface mgmt, verification & validation Cost and weight analysis and estimation. Performance analysis Reliability and safety The function, architecture and key performance issues of major subsystems Risk analysis and management Design closure to deliver lifecycle value An ability to understand complex systems and design choices through the retrospective analysis of existing aircraft systems.
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Course Measurable Outcomes Retrospective analysis of an existing aircraft design, delivered in both written and oral forms. Individual contributions to case study team effort as reported by student and teammates. Class participation. End of semester interview with course faculty on achievement of learning objectives.
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Segment from PBS Home Video 21st Century Jet: The Building of the 777 Part I - 9:15-16:10 (6 min 50 sec) Covers the 777 “Value Proposition” struck between United Airlines and Boeing
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16.885J/ESD.35J - Sep 4, 200 3 Value Creation Framework worth, utility, benefit, or reward in exchange for their respective contributions to the enterprise. Value - how various stakeholders find particular
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course AERO 16.851 taught by Professor Ldavidmiller during the Fall '03 term at MIT.

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