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COURSE OUTLINE
PROGRAM
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DTPLOMA ENGTNEERTNG tN ATRCRAFT MATNTENANCE (DAM)


DWM2082 AERODYNAMICS

COURSE

NSTRUCTIONAL DU RATION

30 HOURS

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PRE-REQUTSTTE (S)

NONE

(A)

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SYNOPSTS

the basic concepts of aerodynamics. The purpose of


international standard atmosphere and basic aerodynamics terms are introduced.
This is followed by the basic theory of flight, stability and lift augmentation, aircraft
AERODYNAMICS course covers

body construction, its instrumentation and the system that is required in its operation.
The course will provide students with knowledge of basic aerodynamics based on
scientific concepts and supplement the knowledge to be gained on the fundamentals
of ai rcraft aerodyna mics.

(B)

COURSE LEARNTNG OUTCOME (CLO)

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:


1. apply principles of aerodynamics in flight performance. (C3, PLOl)
2. explain fundamentals of atmospheric physics, aerodynamics, flight control and
stability. (c4, PLo2)
3. demonstrate principles of aerodynamics to create a controlled and stabilized flying
model by using recycle materials. (A3, PLO10)

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couRsE PLANNTNG

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COURSE LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITY

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Delivery Method
Lecture (2 hours x 15 weeks)
Coursework Assessment (CA)
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Test

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Coursework Assessment (CA)
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Preparation and Review
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- Preparation for final examination

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RTA

Contents
Physics Of The
Atmosphere

Aerodynamics

This topic describes the need for the

application

lnternational
Standard Atmosphere (lSA) on the
study of aerodynamics as well as the
structure and properties of the
atmosphere.
This topic discusses about physics of
lift through experiment and theory
of the way in which generation of
lift, drag and various aerofoil
sections. lt explains the motion of
air around an object which enables
relationship and their interaction
with all the related forces acting on
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Theory Of Flight

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Lecture

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the aircraft during flight. lt

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SYLLABUS

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principles and terms and describes


their application on aircraft.
This topic provides the students
with the principle of flight and the
system which is required to ensure
its operation such as relationship

between llft, weight, thrust

and
drag, glide ratio, theory of the turn,
influence of load factor, stall, flight
envelope and structural limitations
and lift augmentation.
4.
Flight Stability This topic explains about static and
dynamic stability. lt also discusses
And Dynamics
the inherent stability of an aircraft
in terms of longitudinal, lateral,
directional stability and spiral
instability and how it may affect an
aircraft during flight.
RTA: Recommended Time Allocation

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REFERENCES

Main:

Joint Aviation Authorities Air Transport Pilot License Training. (2011). princrples of
Flight.Englewood: Jeppesen. (tSBN: 0884874583)

Additional:
Anderson, D. F, and Eberhardt, S. (2010).Understanding Flight. New York: McGraw Hill.
(

ISBN : 97 8007 1.626965

Anderson Jr., J.D. (2005).lntroduction

to

Flight. New York: McGraw Hill.

(ISBN:

0071238182)

Barnard, R.H. and Philpott, D. R. (2006).Aircraft flight: a description of the physical


principles of aircraft flight. Essex: Pearson Education. (ISBN: 9780273730999)

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cLO ASSESSMENT

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flight control and stability.
Demonstrate principles of
aerodynamics to create a controlled
and stabilized flying model by using
recycle materials.

Remarks:
LD1 : Knowledge
LD5 : Social Skills and Responsibilities (Refer Appendix 1)

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TYPES OF ASSESSMENT

Quiz
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Quantity .l Percentages
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The course assessment comprises two components, namely:


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Coursework Assessment (CA) 30%
Coursework assessments that measures knowledge, practical skills and generic skills
are carried out in the form of continuous assessment. Coursework assessments total
score comprises the knowledge and practical marks ONLY. lt does not rnclude the mark
of generic skills.
ii.
Final Examination (FE) 50%
Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester.

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