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Project II

Presentation

The discipline works with the guidance of a teacher who individually guide Seminar work. Each student develops, along the course, a certain theme of the area of Aerospace Design and Development, which will be concretized in a technical report for multidisciplinar optimization of the aircraft concept. This will be the object of presentation and defense before the teacher.

In the scope of the coordination of the discipline will be held classes and sessions, addressed to all students enrolled in the course, which will address the following topics:

Rules of operation of the discipline;

Rules for the preparation of technical-scientific reports;

Analysis and discussion of papers - examples;

Presentation of reports of technical-scientific works - examples;

Process of design and performance of aircraft

Analysis and discussion of the works.

Presentation of the technical report.

Programme

Science in Aerospace Engineering

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 5

Year | Type of course unit | Language

3 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP1393-512

Recommended complementary curricular units

Project I

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

Technical detail of activities during aircraft development

Optimization metodologies

Trade-off studies

Technical reporting

Objectives

To make the student capable of possessing:

- Autonomy in the development of a technical-scientific study project in the area of Aerospace Design and Development, as well as the capacity to execute it.

- Knowledge of rules of preparation and presentation of a study and research report.

- Knowledge of processes essential to the development of an aircraft as well as associated methodologies, such as project management or engineering of complex systems.

- Ability to speak and publicly defend its work

Teaching methodologies and assessment

Methodology: The teaching method aims to encourage student initiative in the educational process of its own formation. The class structure is composed of theoretical, practical and laboratory classes. In the practical classes the student will present what was apprehended by him, followed by a discussion about the new knowledge and some main guidelines that could help in the conduct of his work.

EVALUATION: The evaluation will be carried out by appraisal of the Final Report and presentation and defense of the work before the teacher (0.5H), according to the Regulation of Knowledge Assessment of the ULP) and Regulation of Functioning of the Discipline.

References

  • Atendendo a que a disciplina assenta na realização de trabalhos diversificados pelos alunos, cada um sob orientação de um professor, a bibliografia e outros elementos de consulta ficam dependentes do tipo e do âmbito de cada um desses mesmos trabalhos. Principais livros de consulta:

    [1] Raymer DP. Aircraft design: a conceptual approach. Reston (VA): American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.; 2006

    [2] Anderson, J.D.; Introduction to Flight, 7th Edition, McGraw Hill, Maryland, 2012

    [3] Jenkinson, L.R., Marchman, J.F.; Aircraft Design Projects for Engineering Students; 1st Edition, Butterworth Heinmann, Oxford, 2003

 

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