
Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Aeronautics: Anatomy of an airplane, standard atmosphere, Aerodynamic forces, lift and drag;
Astronautics: Satellite types and orbits; elements of propulsive systems, basic structural elements, systems and materials used for aerospace vehiclesproject

Engineering Drawing
Intro to engineering drawing, concept of lines, orthographic projection, projection of points, projection of lines, solids of revolution, intro to PROE, drawing of 2D figures and 3D solids

Probability in Engineering
Frequency distribution, Simple and conditional probability, Random variables & mathematical expectation, Distribution (Binomial, Poison, Uniform and Normal distributions)

Workshop Technology
Introduction to manufacturing, hand tools, turning, milling, shaping, drilling, grinding, joining and welding processes, manufacturing process planning, CNC lathe and CNC milling, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM), woodworking

Statics
Fundamental concepts, system of units, scalars and vectors, Newton's laws, force systems, equilibrium, structures, method of sections and joints, friction, virtual work, work, equilibrium Incompressible

Aerodynamics
Thin airfoil theory, wing theories, lift and drag, boundary layer theory, high lift devices

Thermodynamics
Basic concepts, energy transfer and analysis, properties of a pure substance, energy analysis of closed systems, the second law of thermodynamics, entropy, exergy, gas power cycles, refrigeration cycle

Aerospace Instrumentation
Principles and components of a measurement system, statistical data analysis, circuits used for signal conditioning, amplifiers and their configurations, Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog converters, meters, problems associated with electronic measurement systems, Transducers used for measuring different physical quantities like temperature, light, humidity, pressure, vibration, shock, magnetism, ultrasonic, proximity and strain etc. Control of DC motors and stepper motors, aircraft cockpit instruments, IMU/INS, implementation of data acquisition systems and interfacing with computer using Lab View

Mechanics of Materials
Stress, strain, Hook's law, statically determinate and indeterminate problems in axial and shear modes, shear force and bending moment diagrams, flexural and shear formula for beams, theory of torsion; thin walled pressure vessel

Compressible Aerodynamics
Intro to wave theory, normal oblique shock , prandtl Meyer expansion waves, Engine inlet & nozzle design, potential low equations, linear theory, transonic flow supersonic/hypersonic flow

Dynamics
Kinematics of particle and rigid bodies, kinetics of particle and rigid bodies, motion in three dimensions

Fluid Mechanics
Equations for mass, momentum, and energy. Bernoulli's equation and Potential flow equations, fluid properties, constitutive relations, similarity principles, inviscid flow, vorticity dynamics; flow through pipes

Heat Transfer
Heat transfer mechanisms, Multidimensional heat transfer, heat conduction in cylinders and spheres, heat transfer from finned surface, Convection Heat Transfer: velocity and thermal boundary layers, external forced convection, Thermal radiation

Circuits and Electronics
Current, voltage, resistance, power, energy, resistive circuits, Ohm's law, Kirchoff's current and voltage laws, Thevenin's and Norton's theorem, PNJunction diode, digital systems and boolean algebra, analog and digital signals

Aerospace Structure I
Basic structural elements, construction of parts of an aircraft, wing and fuselage, columns, buckling of plates, energy methods, failure theories, Matrix method of structural analysis

Aero Vehicle Performance
Flight performance analysis of air vehicles, maximum ceiling, endurance, range, turning performance, landing, takeoff and glide performance, energy methods for performance analysis

Propulsion and Power Systems
Gas turbine cycles, intakes and nozzles, turbojet, turbofan and turbo prop engines, thrust augmentation, centrifugal and axial flow compressors, combustion chambers, turbine, exhaust nozzles

Flight Dynamics and Stability
Developing transformation matrices deriving aircrafts governing equation of motion. Mathematically modeling an aircraft. Derive & calculate stability derivation of an aircraft. Aircrafts dynamics stability & response to controls

Control System
Open and closedloop systems, modeling in state space of dynamic systems, mathematical models of mechanical, electrical and electronic systems, stability criteria, control system design by root locus method, control system design by frequencyresponse, PID Controllers

Aerospace Vehicle Design
Configuration layout of aircraft on the basis of weight estimation, airfoil and propulsion system selection. Performance, stability and control analysis

Aerospace Structures II
Stress analysis of elastic structures for aerospace application under different loading conditions, Shear flow distribution in thinwall structures, wings and fuselage analysis; composite structure for aerospace applications; Aeroelasticity

Mechanical Vibrations
Fundamentals of vibration, discrete and continuous systems, free and forced vibratory SDOF systems, harmonic vibration, rotating unbalance, base excitation, vibration isolation, transient vibration, systems with two degrees of freedom

Senior Design Project
Students undertake an independent project in their senior year. Essential tasks: Project identification, aims and objectives of project, definition of subsystems and requirements, project feasibility, progress presentation, preliminary design, finalization of analysis, design finalization, report preparation, final presentation