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Aerospace Masterclass: Transonic Aerodynamics
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Aerospace Masterclass: Transonic Aerodynamics
Last updated 12/2020
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 5.49 GB | Duration: 8h 5m

Learn Aerodynamics from Beginner to Expert and How to Design Airfoils and Wings of Commercial Aircrafts


What you'll learn
Aircrafts classification
Basic fluid dynamics
Basics of aerodynamics
Air compressibility effects and supersonic speeds
Viscous flows including laminar and turbulent boundary layers
Mach numbers, pressure coefficients and shock waves development
Supercritical airfoil design
Transonic 3D wing design
Lift and Drag estimation techniques
Aerodynamics software
Advanced aerodynamics

Requirements
Basic high school math.
Desire to learn an exciting aerospace subject
Basic computer literacy

Description
This transonic aerodynamics course focuses on the study of the flow of air about an aircraft, but many of the concepts explored are relevant to a wide variety of applications from regular cars to Formula 1 bolides. Students completing this aerodynamics course will gain advanced understanding of concepts and techniques used to aerodynamically analyze and design transonic aircraft.All transport aircrafts today are flying in with transonic speeds, so here you will learn everything you need to know for designing commercial aircraft such as Boeing or Airbus. The course will end by practical exercise where you will apply everything you have learned to design your own airfoil using a on open source software. What you will learn?:Aircrafts classificationBasic fluid dynamicsBasics of aerodynamicsAir compressibility effects and supersonic speedsViscous flows including laminar and turbulent boundary layersMach numbers, pressure coefficients and shock waves developmentSupercritical airfoil designTransonic 3D wing designLift and Drag estimation techniquesAerodynamics software
Overview
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Why Learning Aerodynamics?
Lecture 3 What Aerodynamics Is All About?
Section 2: Aircraft Types and Purpose
Lecture 4 Flying Principles and Aerostatics Principle
Lecture 5 Aerodynamic and Inertial Flying Principles
Lecture 6 Aircraft Components and Usage
Lecture 7 Aerodynamic Schemes
Section 3: Basic Aerodynamics
Lecture 8 Coordinate Systems
Lecture 9 Forces and Moments
Lecture 10 General Atmosphere Information
Lecture 11 Viscosity and Viscous Flows
Lecture 12 Air Compressibility
Lecture 13 Branches in Aerodynamics
Section 4: Transonic Flow Fundamentals
Lecture 14 What is Transonic Flow?
Lecture 15 Physical Properties of Transonic Fluids
Lecture 16 Advanced Compressibility
Lecture 17 Pressure Coefficient
Lecture 18 Mach Waves and Shock Waves
Section 5: Transonic Airfoil
Lecture 19 2D Airfoils
Lecture 20 Compressibility Effects for Airfoils
Lecture 21 Shock Waves on Airfoils
Lecture 22 Viscous Flows
Lecture 23 Boundary Layers on Airfoils
Lecture 24 Viscous Flow Effects on Airfoils
Lecture 25 Shock-Induced Separation for Airfoils
Section 6: Real 3D Swept Wings
Lecture 26 Classification of the Aircrafts
Lecture 27 Definition of Swept Wing
Lecture 28 General Design Considerations
Lecture 29 Application of Wing Sweep
Lecture 30 Swept Wing Design: Part 1
Lecture 31 Swept Wing Design: Part 2
Lecture 32 Swept Wing Performance
Lecture 33 Military Swept Wing Design
Section 7: Transonic Airfoil Performance
Lecture 34 Airfoil Performance Background
Lecture 35 Transonic Airfoil Characteristics
Lecture 36 Compressibility and Wave Drag
Lecture 37 General Drag Definition and Prediction
Lecture 38 The Supercritical Airfoil
Lecture 39 Drag Prediction | Near - Field Method
Lecture 40 Drag Prediction | Far - Field Method
Lecture 41 Example of Drag Calculation
Lecture 42 Example of Calculation of Shock Induced Separation
Lecture 43 Types of Shock Induced Separation
Section 8: Swept Wing Performance
Lecture 44 Boundary Layer Performance Method
Lecture 45 Lift Dependent and Skin Friction Drag Method
Lecture 46 Swept Wing Flow Separation
Section 9: Software Tools For Aerodynamics
Lecture 47 Aerodynamics Software: XFoil
Section 10: Conclusions
Lecture 48 How To Use What You've Learned?
Lecture 49 What Comes Next In Aerospace Engineering?
Lecture 50 Bonus Lecture: Discount Coupons
Mechanical Engineers,Aerospace Engineers,Avionics Engineers,Aeronautical Engineers,Aerospace Engineering Students,Employees in the aerospace sector with no engineering background,Space lovers


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