Fundamentals of aerospace engineering

    An introductory course to aeronautical engineering

    Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering is a text book that provides an introductory, thorough overview of aeronautical engineering, and it is aimed at serving as reference for an undergraduate course on aerospace engineering. The book is divided into three parts, namely: Introduction, The Aircraft, and Air Transportation, Airports, and Air Navigation. The first part is divided in two chapters in which the student must achieve to understand the basic elements of atmospheric flight (ISA and planetary references) and the technology that apply to the aerospace sector, in particular with a specific comprehension of the elements of an aircraft. The second part focuses on the aircraft and it is divided in five chapters that introduce the student to aircraft aerodynamics (fluid mechanics, airfoils, wings, high-lift devices), aircraft materials and structures, aircraft propulsion, aircraft instruments and systems, and atmospheric flight mechanics (performances and stability and control). The third part is devoted to understand the global air transport system (covering both regulatory and economical frameworks), the airports, and the global air navigation system (its history, current status, and future development). The theoretical contents are illustrated with figures and complemented with some problems/exercises. This book is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike (CC-BY-NC-SA) license. The electronic version is available in open access at www.aerospaceengineering.es.

    Autor
    Colección
    Ingeniería
    Idioma
    • English
    EAN
    9788494160639
    Ancho
    17 cm
    Alto
    23,2 cm
    Edición
    1
    Fecha publicación
    03-01-2014
    Número en la colección
    2
    Rústica
    18,89 €Comprar en Antártica

    Sobre Manuel Soler Arnedo (Autor)

    • Manuel Soler Arnedo
      Manuel Soler received a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering (5-Year B.Sc, 07), a Master’s degree in Aerospace Science and Technology (M.Sc, 11), both from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and a Doctorate Degree in Aerospace Engineering (Ph.D, 13) fro... Ver más sobre el autor