AE 416 - Applied Aerodynamics
|Applied Aerodynamics||ONL||63684||ONL||-||Michael S Selig|
This course covers two-dimensional and finite wing theory with emphasis on the mechanisms of lift and drag generation; Reynolds number and Mach number effects; drag analysis; high-lift wing systems; propeller and rotor aerodynamics; control surface design; and application of V/STOL aerodynamics.
3 or 4 hours
BS degree in engineering or science from an accredited college in the United States or an approved institution of higher learning abroad and a course in Incompressible Flow (AE 311).