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The module is structured around 2 courses: “Applied aerodynamics”, dedicated to the external aerodynamics and “Combustion”.
Applied aerodynamics Objective: The course goes through all the basic concepts of aerodynamics for engineers, focusing on the external aerodynamics of aircraft.
Content: Aerodynamic forces. Aerodynamic characteristic of aircraft. Shockwaves. Transonic flows. Swept wing. Delta wing. Boundary layer. Hyperlift. Air intakes. Challenges of current warplanes. Aerodynamics outside aircraft.
The course of combustion presents the fundamental principles of combustion, with an application to aerospace propulsion
Modélisation et analyse d’écoulements 1Modélisation et analyse d’écoulements 2,Heat and Mass transfers
First sessionER assessment : 3 hours supervised written exam (1H30 aéro / 1H30 combustion)EN assessment : 2 homeworks (1 on aéro + 1 on combustion)
If distant learning mandatory:ER assessment : 3 hours remote written exam (1H30 aéro / 1H30 combustion)EN assessment : 2 homeworks (1 on aéro + 1 on combustion)
Second session2 hours supervised written exam (1H aéro / 1H combustion)
EN 30% + ER 70%
The exam is given in english only
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Course ID : 5EUS5AIECourse language(s):
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Date of update February 8, 2017