Introduction to Aeronautics 3rd edition [Kietas viršelis]

  • Formatas: Hardback, 708 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 241x161x37 mm, weight: 1225 g
  • Serija: AIAA Education Series
  • Išleidimo metai: 30-Jul-2015
  • Leidėjas: American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
  • ISBN-10: 1624103278
  • ISBN-13: 9781624103278
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Formatas: Hardback, 708 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 241x161x37 mm, weight: 1225 g
  • Serija: AIAA Education Series
  • Išleidimo metai: 30-Jul-2015
  • Leidėjas: American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics
  • ISBN-10: 1624103278
  • ISBN-13: 9781624103278
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The most exciting moment for an aeronautical engineer is when his or her design becomes a working aircraft, the endpoint of a journey that begins in the classroom. Introduction to Aeronautics: A Design Perspective shows students the methods and thought processes involved in designing aircraft. They learn by using specific analytical principles, practical examples, and case studies, with corresponding problems to solve. At the U.S. Air Force Academy, Chapters 1-6 are taught to the entire student body in a three-semester-hour course. Chapters 7-10 are taught to aeronautical engineering majors. New or Revised Material Includes: * *Designing for stealth * *Shaping for supersonic cruise * *Boundary-layer equations * *Maximum trimmable lift coefficient * *Drag curves * *Kinetic theory of gases * *High angle-of-attack aerodynamics * *Analysis and sizing of electric and solar-powered aircraft * *Flight test * *Aircraft cost estimation * *Aircraft mechanisms and kinematics * *New examples and homework problems The material in this textbook and the AeroDYNAMIC software, available for separate purchase, are sufficient to support a university-level course of three to six semester hours. AeroDYNAMIC provides a single integrated package with one universal user interface that allows access to virtual laboratories, simulations, and design synthesis and analysis software based on the methods presented in the text.
Preface xvii
Acknowledgments xix
Nomenclature xxi
Chapter 1 Design Thinking 1(48)
1.1 Introduction
1(1)
1.2 Design Method
2(4)
1.3 Design Example
6(6)
1.4 Design and Aeronautics
12(5)
1.5 Brief History of Aircraft Design
17(12)
1.6 Conclusion
29(1)
1.7
Chapter Summary
29(3)
1.8 More Details
32(11)
References
43(1)
Problems
43(6)
Chapter 2 Operating Environment 49(26)
2.1 Design Motivation
49(1)
2.2 Characteristics of the Atmosphere
50(5)
2.3 Pressure Measurement
55(2)
2.4 Standard Atmosphere
57(7)
2.5 Common Uses of the Standard Atmosphere
64(1)
2.6
Chapter Summary
65(2)
2.7 More Details-Molecular Collisions and Aerodynamics
67(4)
References
71(1)
Problems
72(3)
Chapter 3 Aerodynamics and Airfoils 75(62)
3.1 Design Motivation
75(1)
3.2 Basic Aerodynamics
76(5)
3.3 Basic Aerodynamics Applications
81(14)
3.4 Viscous Flow
95(7)
3.5 Airfoil Characteristics
102(11)
3.6
Chapter Summary
113(5)
3.7 More Details
118(11)
References
129(1)
Problems
129(8)
Chapter 4 Wings and Airplanes 137(84)
4.1 Design Motivation
137(1)
4.2 Wings
138(11)
4.3 High-Lift Devices
149(5)
4.4 Whole Aircraft Lift
154(1)
4.5 Whole Aircraft Drag and Drag Polar
155(2)
4.6 Mach-Number Effects
157(13)
4.7
Chapter Summary
170(7)
4.8 More Details
177(14)
4.9 Other Shaping Considerations
191(16)
4.10 Whole Aircraft Analysis Example
207(9)
References
216(1)
Problems
216(5)
Chapter 5 Performance 221(110)
5.1 Design Motivation
221(1)
5.2 Equations of Motion
221(2)
5.3 Propulsion
223(13)
5.4 Drag and Thrust Required
236(3)
5.5 Lift-to-Drag Ratio
239(2)
5.6 Power Curves
241(1)
5.7 Curve Shifts
242(2)
5.8 Glides
244(3)
5.9 Climbs
247(4)
5.10 Range and Endurance
251(17)
5.11 Takeoff and Landing
268(7)
5.12 Turns
275(8)
5.13 V-n Diagrams
283(2)
5.14 Energy Height and Specific Excess Power
285(8)
5.15
Chapter Summary
293(7)
5.16 More Details-Constraint Analysis
300(9)
5.17 Performance Analysis Example
309(6)
5.18 Flight Test
315(5)
References
320(1)
Problems
320(11)
Chapter 6 Stability and Control 331(54)
6.1 Design Motivation
331(1)
6.2 Language
332(7)
6.3 Longitudinal Control Analysis
339(4)
6.4 Longitudinal Stability
343(8)
6.5 Dynamic Longitudinal Stability
351(2)
6.6 Lateral-Directional Stability
353(6)
6.7 Dynamic Lateral-Directional Stability
359(2)
6.8
Chapter Summary
361(6)
6.9 More Details-Calculating Stability Parameters
367(6)
6.10 Stability and Control Analysis Example: F-16A and F-16C
373(7)
Reference
380(1)
Problems
380(5)
Chapter 7 Structures 385(42)
7.1 Design Motivation
385(1)
7.2 Solid Mechanics
386(5)
7.3 Types of Stress
391(2)
7.4 Loads
393(7)
7.5 Structural Layout
400(3)
7.6 Materials
403(1)
7.7 Component Sizing
404(7)
7.8 Structural Sizing Example
411(2)
7.9 Weight Estimates
413(1)
7.10 Finite Element Analysis
413(1)
7.11
Chapter Summary
414(1)
7.12 More Details-Aircraft Mechanisms
415(9)
References
424(1)
Problems
424(3)
Chapter 8 Sizing 427(50)
8.1 Design Motivation
427(1)
8.2 Internal Layout
428(1)
8.3 Structures and Weight
429(3)
8.4 Geometry Constraints
432(6)
8.5 Mission Analysis
438(9)
8.6 Sizing Equation
447(2)
8.7 Weight Fraction Method
449(1)
8.8 Weight and Balance
450(2)
8.9 Mission Analysis and Sizing Example
452(6)
8.10 AeroDYNAMIC
458(1)
8.11 Cost
459(2)
8.12
Chapter Summary
461(2)
8.13 More Details-Sizing Electric- and Solar-Powered Aircraft
463(11)
References
474(1)
Problems
474(3)
Chapter 9 Putting It All Together: Conceptual Aircraft Design 477(20)
9.1 Introduction
477(1)
9.2 Overview of the 12 Activities
478(1)
9.3 Customer Focus
479(2)
9.4 Design Synthesis
481(1)
9.5 Geometry Modeling and Engineering Drawing
481(1)
9.6 Aerodynamic Analysis
482(3)
9.7 Propulsion Modeling
485(1)
9.8 Constraint Analysis
486(2)
9.9 Mission Analysis
488(2)
9.10 Component Weight Analysis
490(1)
9.11 Sizing
490(1)
9.12 Cost Analysis
491(1)
9.13 Optimization
492(1)
9.14 Performance Reporting
492(1)
9.15 Putting It All Together
493(2)
References
495(2)
Chapter 10 Case Studies and Future Aircraft Designs 497(44)
10.1 Introduction
497(1)
10.2 Case Study 1: 1903 Wright Flyer
498(6)
10.3 Case Study 2: Douglas DC-3
504(18)
10.4 Case Study 3: Evolution of the F-16
522(9)
10.5 Opportunities in Aircraft Design
531(6)
10.6 Design Thinking in Other Contexts
537(2)
References
539(2)
Appendix A Glossary 541(22)
Appendix B Supplemental Data 563(44)
Appendix C Answers 607(12)
Index 619(16)
Supporting Materials 635