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Learning Across Disciplines

McMahon Library of Problem-Solving

Low Speed Aerodynamics

High Speed Aerodynamics

Propulsion

Structures

 

Introduction to Aerospace Engineering

Learner Interfaces

Skills Library

Core Subject Knowledge

Statics

Dynamics

Thermodynamics

Fluid mechanics& Low Speed Aerodynamics

Gas dynamics& High Speed Aerodynamics

Propulsion & Power

Materials

Aerostructures

Aeroelasticity

Controls

Orbital mechanics

System Design

Case Studies

 

Discipline Matrix

 

 

 

 

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Advanced Concept Development

High-speed VTOL transport
Missile defence system
Micro air vehicle design-build-fly
Re-usable airbreathing space access vehicle
Learning for an experimental research program. 

 

Learning Assessment

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What type of Learner are you? Try any of the following, see below for explanations.

Space Shuttle LandingEagleWright FlyerLj2Inch
 
 
 
 
 

 



 
 

Space Shuttle Landing1. Astronaut: A thorough, sequential presentation of notes. Systematic, guided approach, with logical but often simplified presentations of the material.
 
 

Eagle2. Eagle: A birds-eye view of the entire subject matter through lists and site-maps, freedom to pick precise items quickly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wright fFyer3. Barnstormer: Problem-solving based approach to subject matter. Web-based "calculators", on-line computer programs and simulations, and data bases. Trial-and-error expected.
 
 
 
 

Lj2Inch4. Rocket Scientist: Hyperlinked derivations of material will be presented with a no-holds-barred usage of mathematics, and a rigorous graduate-school-level presentation of theory.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Acknowledgements: "STS_Land" and "Wright-Flyer" from image files supplied by Deneba Canvas. "Eagle" photo, origin unknown. Rocket launch: "Lj2lnch.JPG", www.boeing.com, historical archives.

"ExTro_VERT" and the interface are Copyright 2000, Komerath, N.M. & Smith, M.J., Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Aerospace Engineering.
 
 

 

 

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