Exercise on Engineering Science 2

Numbering Code U-ENG25 35055 SJ71
U-ENG25 35055 SJ77
Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 1 Course Type Seminar
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Fri.3・4
Instructor name ALL STAFF (Graduate School of Engineering)
NAKANISHI TOSHIYUKI (Part-time Lecturer)
FUJIWARA SATOSHI (Part-time Lecturer)
SASAKI ATSUSHI (Part-time Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Conduct lecture and exercise on aircraft and spacecraft design.
Course Goals Understand the basis of aircraft/spacecraft systems and flight dynamics, and acquire a basic attitude toward aircraft/spacecraft design.
Schedule and Contents 1. History of aircraft and spacecraft [1 week]
History of aircraft development and effort in Japan
History of spacecraft development and effort in Japan
2. Spacecraft - Summary of satellite and rocket systems [1 week]
Summary of satellite system
Summary of rocket system
Summary of propulsion system of spacecraft
3. Spacecraft - Orbit of satellite [1 week]
Kepler motion
Transfer of orbit
4. Spacecraft - Principle of rocket propulsion [1 or 2 weeks]
Thrust and effective exhaust velocity
Specific impulse
Ideal velocity and mass component
Multi-stage rocket
Required velocity increment
5. Spacecraft - Design exercise [1 or 2 weeks]
Exercise on sizing of rocket specification
6. Aircraft - Summary of airplane system [1 week]
Airplane shape
Airplane structure
Airplane subsystems
Airplane engine
7. Aircraft - Airplane performance [2 or 3 weeks]
Standard atmosphere
Definition of velocity
Aerodynamic characteristics
Engine performance
Major performances of airplane
8. Aircraft - Airplane stability and controllability [1 week]
Longitudinal stability and controllability
Center of gravity limits
Lateral and directional stability and controllability
Crosswind landing
Trim at engine failure
9. Aircraft - Airplane airworthiness [1 week]
Regulation of airplane airworthiness
Lessons learned from accidents
10. Aircraft - Design exercise [1 or 2 weeks]
Exercise on flight test of airplane

* As part of the class, students may take a tour of facilities outside the university related to aircraft/spacecraft.
Evaluation Methods and Policy [Evaluation method]
Evaluation will be based on report (75%) and class performance (25%).
Evaluation for class performance includes the attendance at the class and the effort toward the exercise.
[Evaluation policy]
Evaluate the degree of understanding of aircraft/spacecraft systems and flight dynamics, and the degree of mastery of basic attitude toward aircraft/spacecraft design.
Course Requirements Assumes students understand the fundamentals of dynamics.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Students are likely to make reports outside of class time, which will be imposed during class.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Handouts will be distributed.
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