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Title : IV (MIT)

Description : The basic objective of Unified Engineering is to give a solid understanding of the fundamental disciplines of aerospace engineering, as well as their interrelationships and applications. These disciplines are Materials and Structures (M); Computers and Programming (C); Fluid Mechanics (F); Thermodynamics (T); Propulsion (P); and Signals and Systems (S). In choosing to teach these subjects in a unified manner, the instructors seek to explain the common intellectual threads in these disciplines, as well as their combined application to solve engineering Systems Problems (SP). Throughout the year, the instructors emphasize the connections among the disciplines.Technical RequirementsMicrosoft® Excel software is recommended for viewing the .xls files

Fromsemester : Fall

Fromyear : 2003

Date : 2007-04-09T03:06:22+05:00

Relation : 16.01-04

Language : en-US

Subject : Unified

Subject : Unified Engineering

Subject : aerospace

Subject : CDIO

Subject : C-D-I-O

Subject : conceive

Subject : design

Subject : implement

Subject : operate

Subject : team

Subject : team-based

Subject : discipline

Subject : materials

Subject : structures

Subject : materials and structures

Subject : computers

Subject : programming

Subject : computers and programming

Subject : fluids

Subject : fluid mechanics

Subject : thermodynamics

Subject : propulsion

Subject : signals

Subject : systems

Subject : signals and systems

Subject : systems problems

Subject : fundamentals

Subject : technical communication

Subject : graphical communication

Subject : communication

Subject : reading

Subject : research

Subject : experimentation

Subject : personal response system

Subject : prs

Subject : active learning

Subject : First law

Subject : first law of thermodynamics

Subject : thermo-mechanical

Subject : energy

Subject : energy conversion

Subject : aerospace power systems

Subject : propulsion systems

Subject : aerospace propulsion systems

Subject : heat

Subject : work

Subject : thermal efficiency

Subject : forms of energy

Subject : energy exchange

Subject : processes

Subject : heat engines

Subject : engines

Subject : steady-flow energy equation

Subject : energy flow

Subject : flows

Subject : path-dependence

Subject : path-independence

Subject : reversibility

Subject : irreversibility

Subject : state

Subject : thermodynamic state

Subject : performance

Subject : ideal cycle

Subject : simple heat engine

Subject : cycles

Subject : thermal pressures

Subject : temperatures

Subject : linear static networks

Subject : loop method

Subject : node method

Subject : linear dynamic networks

Subject : classical methods

Subject : state methods

Subject : state concepts

Subject : dynamic systems

Subject : resistive circuits

Subject : sources

Subject : voltages

Subject : currents

Subject : Thevinin

Subject : Norton

Subject : initial value problems

Subject : RLC networks

Subject : characteristic values

Subject : characteristic vectors

Subject : transfer function

Subject : ada

Subject : ada programming

Subject : programming language

Subject : software systems

Subject : programming style

Subject : computer architecture

Subject : program language evolution

Subject : classification

Subject : numerical computation

Subject : number representation systems

Subject : assembly

Subject : SimpleSIM

Subject : RISC

Subject : CISC

Subject : operating systems

Subject : single user

Subject : multitasking

Subject : multiprocessing

Subject : domain-specific classification

Subject : recursive

Subject : execution time

Subject : fluid dynamics

Subject : physical properties of a fluid

Subject : fluid flow

Subject : mach

Subject : reynolds

Subject : conservation

Subject : conservation principles

Subject : conservation of mass

Subject : conservation of momentum

Subject : conservation of energy

Subject : continuity

Subject : inviscid

Subject : steady flow

Subject : simple bodies

Subject : airfoils

Subject : wings

Subject : channels

Subject : aerodynamics

Subject : forces

Subject : moments

Subject : equilibrium

Subject : freebody diagram

Subject : free-body

Subject : free body

Subject : planar force systems

Subject : equipollent systems

Subject : equipollence

Subject : support reactions

Subject : reactions

Subject : static determinance

Subject : determinate systems

Subject : truss analysis

Subject : trusses

Subject : method of joints

Subject : method of sections

Subject : statically indeterminate

Subject : three great principles

Subject : 3 great principles

Subject : indicial notation

Subject : rotation of coordinates

Subject : coordinate rotation

Subject : stress

Subject : extensional stress

Subject : shear stress

Subject : notation

Subject : plane stress

Subject : stress equilbrium

Subject : stress transformation

Subject : mohr

Subject : mohr's circle

Subject : principal stress

Subject : principal stresses

Subject : extreme shear stress

Subject : strain

Subject : extensional strain

Subject : shear strain

Subject : strain-displacement

Subject : compatibility

Subject : strain transformation

Subject : transformation of strain

Subject : mohr's circle for strain

Subject : principal strain

Subject : extreme shear strain

Subject : uniaxial stress-strain

Subject : material properties

Subject : classes of materials

Subject : bulk material properties

Subject : origin of elastic properties

Subject : structures of materials

Subject : atomic bonding

Subject : packing of atoms

Subject : atomic packing

Subject : crystals

Subject : crystal structures

Subject : polymers

Subject : estimate of moduli

Subject : moduli

Subject : composites

Subject : composite materials

Subject : modulus limited design

Subject : material selection

Subject : materials selection

Subject : measurement of elastic properties

Subject : stress-strain

Subject : stress-strain relations

Subject : anisotropy

Subject : orthotropy

Subject : measurements

Subject : engineering notation

Subject : Hooke

Subject : Hooke's law

Subject : general hooke's law

Subject : equations of elasticity

Subject : boundary conditions

Subject : multi-disciplinary

Subject : models

Subject : engineering systems

Subject : experiments

Subject : investigations

Subject : experimental error

Subject : design evaluation

Subject : evaluation

Subject : trade studies

Subject : effects of engineering

Subject : social context

Subject : engineering drawings

Subject : 16.01

Subject : 16.02

Subject : 16.03

Subject : 16.04

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