M. Tech.

(Aerospace / Aeronautical Engineering)-R13 Regulations

(Established by an Act No.30 of 2008 of A.P. State Legislature) Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085, Andhra Pradesh (India)
M. TECH. (AEROSPACE ENGINEERING/ AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING) COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS I Year I Semester Code Group Subject Mathematical Modeling Engineering Analysis of Flight Vehicles Continuum Mechanics Air Transportation Systems Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering * Aerodynamics of Flight Vehicles Flight Vehicle Structures Air-breathing Propulsion Aircraft Systems Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Flows Computational Structural Analysis Flight Navigation and Surveillance Systems Airlines Operations and Scheduling Rotorcraft Aerodynamics Digital Simulation Lab-I Seminar Total Credits L 3 3 3 3 3 P 0 0 0 0 0 Credits 3 3 3 3 3

Elective –I

Elective –II





0 18

3 3

2 2 22

I Year II Semester Code Group

Elective –III

Elective –IV


Subject Aircraft Control and Simulation Space Transportation Systems Computational Approaches to Aerospace Vehicle Design Aerospace Sensors and Measurement Systems Aero-thermodynamics of Hypersonic Flight Dynamics and Control of Structures Missile Guidance Advanced Topics in Air Traffic Management Systems Spacecraft Dynamics and Control Rocket and Spacecraft Propulsion Mechanics of Composite Materials Tactical Missile Design High Angle of Attack Aerodynamics Optimal Control Digital Simulation Lab-II Seminar Total Credits

L 3 3 3 3 3

P 0 0 0 0 0

Credits 3 3 3 3 3




0 18

3 3

2 2 22

II Year I Semester Code Group

Subject Comprehensive Viva Project Seminar Project work Total Credits

L 0 -

P 3 3

Credits 2 2 18 22

II Year II Semester Code Group

Subject Project work and Seminar Total Credits

L -

P -

Credits 22 22

*Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering (Required to be taken by all students other than B.Tech Aeronautical/ Aerospace Engineering degree holders)


JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. MATHEMATICAL MODELING Aim: The student shall be introduced to advanced mathematic modeling concepts. Outcome: The student will be able mathematically describe the complex phenomena & can attempt solve using various numerical tools. UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION TO MODELING AND SINGULAR PERTURBATION METHODS Definition of a model, Procedure of modeling: problem identification, model formulation, reduction, analysis, computation, model validation, Choosing the model, Singular Perturbations: Elementary boundary layer theory, Matched asymptotic expansions, Inner layers, Nonlinear oscillations UNIT-II: VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLES AND RANDOM SYSTEMS Variational calculus: Euler’s equation, Integrals and missing variables, Constraints and Lagrange multipliers, Variational problems: Optics-Fermat’s principle, Analytical mechanics: Hamilton’s principle, Symmetry: Noether’s theorem, Rigid body motion, Random systems: Random variables, Stochastic processes, Monte Carlo method UNIT-III: FINITE DIFFERENCES: ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ODE: Numerical approximations, Runge-Kutta methods, Beyond Runge-Kutta, PDE: Hyperbolic equations-waves, Parabolic equations-diffusion, Elliptic equations-boundary values CELLULAR AUTOMATA AND LATTICE GASES Lattice gases and fluids, Cellular automata and computing UNIT- IV: FUNCTION FITTING AND TRANSFORMS Function fitting: Model estimation, Least squares, Linear least squares: Singular value decomposition, Non-linear least squares: Levenberg-Marquardt method, Estimation, Fisher information, and Cramer-Rao inequality, Transforms:Orthogonal transforms, Fourier transforms, Wavelets, Principal components FUNCTION FITTING ARCHITECTURES Polynomials: Pade approximants, Splines, Orthogonal functions, Radial basis functions, Over-fitting, Neural networks: Back propagation, Regularization UNIT-V: OPTIMIZATION AND SEARCH Multidimensional search, Local minima, Simulated annealing, Genetic algorithms FILTERING AND STATE ESTIMATION Matched filters, Wiener filters, Kalman filters, Non-linearity and entrainment, Hidden Markov models TEXT BOOK 1. The Nature of Mathematical Modeling, Neil Gershenfeld, Cambridge University Press, 2006, ISBN 0-521-57095-6 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Mathematical Models in the Applied Sciences, A. C. Fowler, Cambridge University Press, 1997, ISBN 0-521-46140-5 2. A First Course in Mathematical Modeling, F. R. Giordano, M.D. Weir and W.P. Fox, 2003, Thomson, Brooks/Cole Publishers 3. Applied Numerical Modeling for Engineers, Donald De Cogan, Anne De Cogan, Oxford University Press, 1997


JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF FLIGTHT VEHICLES Aim: The student shall be introduced to the advanced engineering analysis aspects of flight vehicles. Outcome: The student will be in a position to take up some specific tasks in flight vehicle engineering analysis. UNIT-I: THE MORPHOLOGY OF FLIGHT VEHICLES Introduction, Key factors affecting vehicles configuration, Some representative flight vehicles. UNIT-II: EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR RIGID FLIGHT VEHICLES Definitions, Vector and Scalar realizations of Newton’s second law, The tensor of inertia, Choice of vehicle axes, Operation of the vehicle relative to the ground; flight determination, Gravitational terms in the equations of motion, The state vector. INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS Aerodynamics contributions to X, Y and M, dimensionless coefficients defined, equations of perturbed longitudinal motion. UNIT-III: AIRCRAFT DYNAMICS Equations of Motion of Aircraft including forces and moments of control surfaces, Dynamics of control surfaces STATIC STABILITY, TRIM STATIC PERFORMANCE AND RELATED SUBJECTS Impact of stability requirements on design and longitudinal control, Static performance UNIT-IV: DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF SPACECRAFT WITH RESPECT TO NON-ROTATING PLANETS Introduction, Numerical integration of ordinary differential equations, Simplified treatment of boost from a non-rotating planet, An elementary look at staging, Equations of boost from a rotating planet. UNIT-V: DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF SPACECRAFT Equations of Motion of Launch Vehicles with respect to a rotating planet, Motion of Spacecraft with respect to a rotating planet. DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE-ATMOSPHERIC ENTRY Equation of motion, Approximate analysis of gliding entry into a planetary atmosphere. TEXT BOOK 1. Engineering Analysis of Flight Vehicles, Holt Ashley, Dover Publications, 1992


Plane Area as a Vector. Strain MeasuresCauchy-Green deformation tensors. Nonlinear Elastic Constitutive Relations.Polar Decomposition Theorem. Orthotropic Materials. Divergence and Curl of a Vector. UNIT I: INTRODUCTION. Physical Interpretation of the Strain Components.Derivative of a Scalar Function of a Vector. Second Piola. Conservation of Mass . Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Tensors UNIT II: KINEMATICS OF CONTINUA Introduction. Change of volume and surface.Transformation of Stress Components.Kirchhoff Stress Tensor. Transformation of Stress Components and Principal Stresses.Deformation gradient tensors. UNIT III: STRESS MEASURES Introduction.Definitions. Gradient. Divergence and Curl Theorems.Ideal Fluids. Maximum Shear Stress. Continuity Equation in Material Description . Matrix Addition and Multiplication of a Matrix by a Scalar.Configurations of a Continuous Medium. Compatibility Equations. Conservation of Momenta . Non-Newtonian Fluids. Analysis of Deformation. The del Operator. Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinate Systems. Infinitesimal Strains in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinate Systems. Material Symmetry. Displacement Field. Tensor Calculus. CONTINUUM MECHANICS Aim: The student shall be given the in depth understanding of continuum mechanics as applicable to aerospace structures.General Introduction. Inverse and Determinant of a Matrix.Preliminary Discussion. Nonion Form of a Dyadic. Continuity Equation in Spatial Description. First Piola. Equation of Motion in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates. Monoclinic Materials. Vector Algebra .Principle of Conservation of Linear Momentum. MOMENTA AND ENERGY Introduction. Material Description.Introduction. Infinitesimal Strain Tensor and Rotation Tensor. Other Stress Measures . Spatial Description. Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Deformations. Relationship between D and E.Dyads and Polyads. Theory of Matrices . Equations of Equilibrium. Principle of Conservation of Angular Momentum. Description of Motion. Transformation of Components of a Dyadic. Special Cases of Energy Equation. Isochoric. The First Law of Thermodynamics: Energy Equation. . Heat Transfer . Principal Strains. Cauchy and Euler Strain Tensors. CONSERVATION OF MASS. Matrix Multiplication. Change of Observer. Elastic Solids . VECTORS AND TENSORS Background and Overview. Green Strain tensor. Matrix Transpose and Symmetric Matrix. UNIT IV: CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS Introduction.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Constitutive Equations for Fluids . Viscous Incompressible Fluids. Tech – I Year – I Sem. 5 . Energy Equation for One-Dimensional Flows . Material Time Derivative.Material Frame Indifference. The Second Law of Thermodynamics. Physical Interpretation of Infinitesimal Strain Tensor Components.Infinitesimal Strain Tensor. Isotropic Materials. Outcome: The student will be solve complex problems in fluid structure interactions in continuum frame work.Definition. Transformation Law for Different Bases.Kirchhoff Stress Tensor. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Tensors. Fourier’s Heat Conduction Law. Summation Convention. Rate of Deformation and Vorticity Tensors. Components of a Vector. Vector Calculus . Scalar and Vector Products. Cauchy Stress Tensor and Cauchy’s Formula.Definition of a Vector.Preliminary Comments. Principal Stresses and Principal Planes. Transformation of Stress and Strain Components. Thermodynamic Principles . Infinitesimal Rotation Tensor.Reynolds Transport Theorem.Generalized Hooke’s Law.

Y. 2. Mase. Two-Dimensional Problems. Fluid Mechanics Problems . Fung. Malvern.Elsevier Inc. Kelvin-Voigt Element. Cambridge University Press. 1969 Continuum Mechanics. Derivation of Navier’s Equations. Schaum’s Outline Series. Types of Solution Methods. Ahmed A. 7. Reddy. 6.Thomas Mase CRC Press. Betti’s Reciprocity Relations. Parallel Flow (Navier-Stokes Equations). Torsion of Noncircular Cylinders. LINEARIZED ELASTICITY Governing Equations. The Beltrami-Michell Equations. Second Edition. Michael Lai. Solution Methods. Prentice Hall. Three-Element Models . Airy Stress Function.Heat Conduction in a Cooling Fin. and the Unit Step Function. Viscous Incompressible Fluids. End Effects: Saint-Venant’s Principle. C. Electromagnetics . Types of Boundary Value Problems and Superposition Principle. The Navier Equations. Problems with Negligible Convective Terms.Creep Compliance and Relaxation Modulus.Maxwell’s Equation. Axisymmetric Heat Conduction in a Circular Cylinder. Castiglian’s Theorem I . Heat Transfer Problems. Two-Dimensional Heat Transfer.Initial Value Problem. Summary of Equations. Continuum Mechanics. 2008 Introduction to Computational Mechanics. Heat Transfer. Dill. 3. Cambridge University Press. Shabana. 1994 6 . Coupled Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer LINEAR VISCOELASTICITY Preliminary Comments. E. McGraw-Hill Book Company.Total Potential Energy Principle. Fourth Edition. Principle of Minimum Total Potential Energy . Ellis H. George.Newton’s Law of Cooling. The Laplace Transform Method. George E. Maxwell Element . An Introduction to Continuum Mechanics. Example: Rotating Thick Walled Cylinder. G. Clapeyron’s theorem and Reciprocity Relations . . Stefan-Boltzmann Law. 2010 Introduction to the Mechanics of a Continuous Medium. 2007 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Elastic and Viscoelastic Analogies TEXT BOOK 1. Integral Constitutive Equations. 4.Preliminary Comments. Hereditary Integrals. Hereditary Integrals for Deviatoric Components. Lawrence E. Constitutive Relations.Clapeyron’s theorem. J. David Rabin and Erhard krempl.Hall. Hamilton’s Principle for a Continuum UNIT V: FLUID MECHANICS AND HEAT TRANSFER Governing Equations. Four-Element Models . CRC Press. 5.N.1999 Computational Continuum Mechanics. Prentice. Hamilton’s Principle-Hamilton’s Principle for a Rigid Body. Maxwell’s Reciprocity Relation. The Correspondence Principle. 1969 A First Course in Continuum Mechanics. Spring and Dashpot Models . 2006 Continuum Mechanics for Engineers. the Unit Impulse. Mase. W.Inviscid Fluid Statics.

Tech – I Year – I Sem. M. The aerospace industry.irregular operations. Hirst.2009. delay. facilities. 2007.demand. 4. air space. airline schedule development. P. airspace.. Aircraft . CONSTRAINTS Air transportation systems – objectives. Airport operations –. ISBN – 075463616X. fleet planning and acquisition. airports. Outcome: The student with acquire the operational knowledge of air transport. environment. UNIT – I: THE AVIATION INDUSTRY Introduction. forecasting. AIRLINES – OBJECTIVES. schedule recovery and robustness.statutory compliance with safety. fleet assignment. separation minima. aprons. AIAA. Bazargan. PLANNING. AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS Aim & Objectives: The subject will introduce the air transportation systems in advanced level. compatibility with operational infrastructure – aircraft. airports.evolution. management of resources. security. 7 .categories of airspace.Woodhead Publishing Ltd. runway characteristics. understanding. capacity and delays UNIT – V: AIRSPACE Airspace management – Communication. et al.Ashgate. 2. demand. UNIT –IV: AIRPORTS Airports . safety. M. maneuvering area. gate assignment. development.evolution. The Air Transport System. Maintenance of aircraft and equipment. Ashgate. marketing. Critical issues and prospects for airline industry TEXT BOOKS 1. equipment. Air Transportation – A Management Perspective. direct and indirect operating costs. costs. implementation UNIT –III: THE SYSTEM ELEMENTS – AIRCRAFT The system elements – the aircraft.. growth. ISBN-13: 978 1 845693251. siting. aircraft routing. efficiency and effectiveness. security. STRATEGIES TO MEET OBJECTIVES Analysis. 3. capacity. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg.. compatibility with objectives. efficiency and effectiveness. (also AIAA). surveillance systems . capacity. Belobaba. 2004. sectors. ISBN 978-07546-7171-8. OPERATIONS – PROCEDURES Route selection and development. airlines. airline industry – structure and economic characteristics UNIT – II: AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS – OBJECTIVES.. safety. synthesis. pavement strength. Airline Operations and Scheduling. planning. history of aviation . Wensveen. optimal operational procedures.. flight operations . challenges. security and environmental regulations. Airport demand. The ATC systems . ICAO future air navigation systems CHALLENGES OF THE FUTURE Coping with future changes. and operational infrastructure.J. navigation.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. crew and personnel. financial viability – demand.costs. the atmosphere.G. passenger terminals. 2008. Airline operating costs and measure of productivity. operational constraints . equipment and operations. Global Airline Industry. Adoption of improved technologies.

Atmosphere: Properties of U. Gas turbines. Downwash. Laminar and turbulent boundary layers: skin friction. Elliptical orbits. Active controls UNIT-V: AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES: Aerospace Propulsion: Piston engines. TOTAL DRAG DETERMINATION AND HYPERSONIC FLOWS: Boundary layer. Nature of Reynolds number. Control systems. Atmospheric entry: ballistic entry and lifting entry. Additional effects of wing vortices. Search for reduced induced drag UNIT-III: VISCOUS EFFECTS. Creation of circulation. Helmholtz vortex theorems. Application of Bernoulli’s equation: Airspeed indicators and wind tunnels. Applications to channels and wind tunnels TWO-DIMENSIONAL FLOW AND FINITE WING: Limitations of one-dimensional flow equations. UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION TO AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS: Historical Perspective of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Materials. Theory and experiment: wind tunnels. FUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE-I) Aim: To impart fundamental and advanced aspects of aerospace engineering to non B. Effect of turbulent boundary layer on separation. Development of aircraft structures. Elliptic lift distribution. Supersonic wing lift and drag. Importance of aspect ratio. Dynamic lateral stability. Definitions of altitude. Anatomy of a Space Vehicle. Simulating the wing with a vortex line. Newtonian theory AIRFOILS. Parasite drag. Propellers. Aircraft structures: Importance of structural weight and integrity. Landing performance. Climb performance. Lift and drag: momentum and energy. Airfoil pitching moments. airfoil characteristics. Speed of sound. Tech aeronautical engineering students. Tech aeronautical engineering students will gain insights to various aspects of aircraft structures flight systems and flight mechanics. Orbital maneuvers. Boundary layer on bluff bodies.S. Airfoil maximum lift coefficient. Effect of sweepback. WINGS AND HIGHLIFT SYSTEMS: Early airfoil development. Supersonic aircraft. STABILITY AND CONTROL: Level flight performance. ORBITS AND REENTRY: Rocket trajectories. Takeoff performance. Supersonic airfoils. Parameters affecting aerodynamic forces: Dimensional analysis. Weight estimation ROCKET TRAJECTORIES. Static longitudinal stability. Propulsion-airframe integration. Modern airfoils. Anatomy of the Airplane. Deep stall. Loads. Effects of sweepback on lift. Slope of finite wing lift curve. Verification of Prandtl wing theory. Aerodynamic forces. standard atmosphere. Propulsive lift UNIT-IV: AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE. Endurance. Range. Supersonic flow: shock waves and Mach waves. Outcome: The non B. Multistage rockets. Theory of lift: circulation. Airfoil pressure distribution. Application to airspeed measurement. Overall propulsion efficiency. Area rule. Escape velocity. Compressible flow equations in a variable-area stream tube. Entry heating 8 . UNIT-II: ONE DIMENSIONAL FLOWS IN INCOMPRESSIBLE AND COMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS: Continuity equation. Bernoulli’s equation. Importance of fatigue. Leading and trailing edge devices. One-dimensional compressible flow concepts. Prediction of drag divergence Mach number. Dynamic longitudinal stability. Control and Maneuverability: turning performance. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Sweptback wings. Airfoil selection and wing design. Speed limitations of gas turbines: ramjets. Drag due to lift.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Hypersonic flows: Temperature effects. Energy-state approach to airplane performance. Effect of Reynolds number. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Total drag. Circular orbital or satellite velocity. Rocket engines. Rocket motor performance.

Introduction to Flight. Fifth Edition.TEXT BOOK 1. Fundamentals of Flight. Shevell. 1989 REFERENCE BOOK 1. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. 2007.. Pearson Education Publication. John D. Richard S. ISBN 13: 978-0-07-066082-3 9 . Anderson. Fifth Edition. ISBN 81-297-0514-1. Jr.

VORTEX LIFT. Flow about three-dimensional bodies. Free turbulent shear flows AIRFOIL DESIGN. Laminar sub-layer. Elliptical lift distribution. Multiple lifting surfaces. Streamwise vorticity. John Wiley & Sons. Methods for experimentally detecting transition. Transition phenomenon. Kuethe and Chuen. Approximate calculation of additional lift. Vortex sheet in thin-airfoil theory. Fundamental equations of finite-wing theory.. SECONDARY FLOWS. Twisted wing: Basic and Additional lift. Critical Mach number. ISBN: 978-0-471-12919-6 10 . Design rules for wing-fuselage combinations LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER IN COMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Conservation of energy in the boundary layer. Stability of vortex sheets. Effects of compressibility on skin friction. Circulation control. Similarity considerations for compressible boundary layers. Tollmien-Schlichting instability and transition. Solution of energy equation for Prandtl number unity. Arbitrary circulation distribution.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Effects of pressure gradient UNIT-IV: FLOW INSTABILITIES AND TRANSITION FROM LAMINAR TO TURBULENT FLOW: Gross effects. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Arnold M. Reynolds analogy: Heat transfer and temperature recovery factor. Airfoils in supersonic flow UNIT-III: WINGS AND WING-BODY COMBINATIONS IN COMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Wings and bodies in compressible flows: Prandtl-Glauert-Goethert transformation. Airfoil of arbitrary thickness and camber UNIT-II: THE FINITE WING: Flow fields around finite wings. Effects of pressur gradient. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Properties of cambered airfoil. Numerical Solution of thin airfoil problem. Natural laminar flow and laminar flow control. Flow around spheres and circular cylinders UNIT-V: TURBULENT FLOWS: Description of turbulent field. Temperature recovery factor. Flapped airfoil. Rotation and entropy gradient in the boundary layer. Stratford criterion for turbulent separation. Airfoils in transonic flow. Heat transfer versus skin friction. Constant-pressure turbulent boundary layer. Winglets. Reynolds experiment. Properties of symmetrical airfoil. AIRFOILS IN COMPRESSIBLE FLOWS: Boundary conditions. Stability and trim of wings. UNIT-I: AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRFOILS: Vortex sheet. Foundations of Aerodynamics: Bases of Aerodynamic Design. 1997. Outcome: The student will able tackle complex aero dynamics problems. Fully developed flows in tubes and channels. Inc. Velocity and temperature profiles and skin friction. Downwash and induced drag. Conservation equations. The complete airplane. Fifth Edition. VISCOUS EFFECTS: Airfoil design for high C l max . Unsteady lift TEXT BOOK 1. Vortex lift strakes. MULTIPLE SURFACES. Higher approximations. Secondary flows. Influence of sweepback. Planar wing. Airfoils in subsonic flow: Prandtl-Glauert transformation.Yen Chow. AERODYNAMICS OF FLIGHT VEHICLES (ELECTIVE-I) Aim: The student shall be taught advanced concepts in aero dynamics of flight vehicles. Interference effects. Turbulent drag reduction. Statistical properties.

Airworthiness: Factors of Safety. Calculation of section properties. SHEAR AND TORSION OF THIN-WALLED BEAMS-I Bending and Open Thin-Walled Beams: Symmetrical bending. Failure stress in plates and stiffened panels. Airframe loads: Aircraft inertia loads. Applicability of bending theory. Unsymmetrical bending. Energy method for bending of thin plates STRUCTURAL INSTABILITY IN THIN PLATES Buckling of thin plates. Wings. Single and multi-cell closed box structures. Electrorheological fluids. Shape control and active flow. SHEAR AND TORSION OF THIN-WALLED BEAMS-II Shear of Beams: General stress. FLIGHT VEHICLE STRUCTURES (ELECTIVE-I) Aim: The student will be exposed to advanced topics in flight vehicle structural analysis. Torsion UNIT-V: STRESS ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS Wing spars. Inelastic buckling of plates. Fuselage frames and wing ribs. Applications of smart materials. UNIT-I: STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS AND LOADS OF AIRCRAFT Loads on Structural components. Torsion of Beams: Torsion of closed and open section beams. Bending of thin plates having a small initial curvature. Fuselages. Magentostrictive transducers. Deflections due to bending. Local instability. Plates subject to distributed transverse load. Plates subjected to bending and twisting. Connections. Semi monocoque and mono cocque structures. Fabrication of structural components. Outcome: The student shall be able to solve flight vehicle structural problems can participate structural design. Normal accelerations associated with various types of maneuvers. Tension field beams UNIT-IV: BENDING. Symmetric maneuver loads. Shear flow in single and multi cell monocoque and semimonocoque box beams subject to torsion UNIT-III: THIN PLATE THEORY Bending of thin plates: Pure bending of thin plates. Load factor determination. Laminated composite structures SMART MATERIALS AND ADAPTIVE STRUCTURES Smart Materials Technologies and Control Applications: Control requirements. Beams with one axis of symmetry. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Concept of shear flow. Smart MaterialsPiezoelectric elements. Shear of open and closed section beams. Shape memory alloys. strain and displacement relationships for open and single cell closed section thin-walled beams. Instability of stiffened panels. Electrostrictive elements. Shear. Closed Sections: Bradt-Batho formula. Function of structural components. Systems 11 . Experimental determination of critical loads for a flat plate. Combined bending and in-plane loading of a thin rectangular plate.flight envelope. Fiber optic sensors. Combined Open and Closed Section Beams: Bending. Adaptive Structures: Adaptive aerospace structures-Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). Damping of vibration and noise. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Temperature effects BENDING. Gust loads UNIT-II: SHEAR FLOW AND SHEAR CENTER IN OPEN AND CLOSED THIN WALL SECTIONS Open Sections:Shear center and elastic axis. Smart skins.

Dunn. C. Elsevier Ltd. John Wiley & Sons. J. McGraw-Hill. Banks. R. Adaptive Structures: Engineering Applications. ButterworthHeinemann. 1981 5. 2007 12 . Mechanics of Elastic Structures. Ripperger. John Wiley & Sons. H. Dover Publications. Mechanics of Aircraft Structures. T. 1963 4. Robert M. Smart Material Structures: Modeling. G. T. A. Theory and Analysis of Flight Structures. Sun. 1996 6. Oden and E. John Wiley & Sons. Second Edition. Megson. T. Fourth Edition. H. Wang. Smith. Estimation and Control. T. Ian Bond. Airplane Structural Analysis and Design. 1969 3. Paul Weaver and Michael Friswell (editors). Lois G. Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students .TEXT BOOK 1. Sechler. C. McGraw-Hill. Earnest E. 2007 REFERENCES 1. Rivello. Y. David Wagg. 2006 2.

Nozzle-less solid propellant rockets and Integrated Ramjet-rocket boosters. Axial Compressors-Geometry of Compressors. UNIT-III: COMPRESSORS AND TURBINES Types of Compressors. Additive Drag. Chemical Kinetics. Sizing the Engine. Single-Stage Energy analysis. Performance Maps. Combustion Instability and its Suppression. Mach number.Geometry. Testing of Ramjets. Liquid Air-cycle Engines. UNIT-IV: HYPERSONIC AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION Hypersonic Air-breathing Propulsion. Propulsion Cycles. Dump combustors and associated combustion problems. Classification of Engines. Fuel Types and Properties. Major Considerations in Engine Component Design . Pressure Losses. Performance Maps. Flame Stabilization. Inlets and Exhaust Nozzles SYSTEM MATCHING AND ANALYSIS 13 . Factors affecting Combustion Process. Performance Maps. Velocity Triangles. Combustion Systems. Radial Equilibrium and Streamline Analysis Method. Experimental and Testing Facilities. Euler’s Turbo-Machinery Equations. Variable Nozzle and Effects of Pressure Ratios on Engine Performance. Centrifugal Compressors. Ignition and Engine Starting. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Basic Thermodynamics. Types of Combustion Chambers. Variable Stators. CFD Applications.Performance analysis. Variation in Gas Properties. Impeller Design. Axial Flow Turbines. Design and Optimization.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Engine Selection. Performance Maps. Nozzles. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Supersonic Inlet Design Considerations.Turbojet and Turbofan. Supersonic Combustors. Thrust Augmentation methods. RAMJETS Basics of Ramjets. Computational fluid dynamics techniques in the design and development of combustors. Numerical problems and Performance Analysis. Combined Area Changes and Friction. Space Plane Applications.Performance and Parametric Analysis. Converging-Diverging Nozzle. Hypersonic Intakes. Performance Map. SCRAM jet engines-Methods of Analysis. Adiabatic Flame Temperature. Integrated ramjet-rocket systems. The Shock Tunnel. Ram-rockets.Non-ideal equations for Various Nozzles. Solid fuel Ramjet Engines.Rotating Turbo-machinery. Aircraft Performance and Engine Performance analysis. Thrust Vectoring. Ducted and Shrouded types. Thermal Limits of Blades and Vanes. Outcome: The student will be able to trouble shoot the problems in air breathing propulsion systems. Velocity Polygons.Geometry. AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION (ELECTIVE-I) Aim: The student will be introduced to advanced topics in air breathing propulsion systems. UNIT-I: FUNDAMENTALS OF JET PROPULSION Principles of Air-breathing Propulsion. Aircraft Engine Design. COMBUSTION CHAMBER Combustion Process. Thrust Reversers. Velocity Polygons and Triangles. Engine Cooling and Materials Problem. Single-Stage Energy Analysis. Combustors for liquid fuel ramjet engines. Air-augmented rockets. Effects of Altitude. UNIT-V: DESIGN OF GAS TURBINE ENGINE Aircraft Mission Analysis. Jet Engine Noise and Methods of Noise Reduction. Starting an inlet. Ideal and Real Cycle Analysis . UNIT-II: INLETS AND NOZZLES Subsonic and Supersonic Inlets.

C. Hypersonic Airbreathing Propulsion. 2nd Edition. William H. Pratt. Fundamentals of Jet Propulsion with applications. Longman Publication. 14 . AIAA Education Series. AIAA Education series. 2. 2006 3. Saravanamutto H. 4. RathaKrishnan. Component Modeling. AIAA Education Series.. Heiser. 2nd Edition.Matching of Gas Turbine Components. 2005. Cambridge University Press. Gas Tables. 4th Edition. Jack D. Cycle Analysis of one and two spool engines. Solution of Matching Problem. Elements of Propulsion: Gas turbines and Rockets. David T. Third edition E. Flack. 1st Edition. Dynamic or Transient behavior. 1994 5. Rogers G.. Mattingly. Gas Turbine theory. 1st Edition. 2008.F. Mattingly. Ronald D. Jack D. Use of Matching and Cycle analysis in Second stage design TEXT BOOKS 1. Aircraft Engine Design. University press. 2003 Reference Books: 1. Gas Generator. Matching of Engine and Aircraft. Cohen H.

output.definition. Primary power distribution. Air distribution systems. bleed flow and temperature control. Emergency power generation. fuel booster pumps. fuel system components – fuel transfer pumps. The need for controlled environment in aircraft. Electrical load management system. Engine starting. Power generation control. Use of pneumatic power in aircraft. parallel operation. ground power. Outcome: The student will be able to trouble shoot the issues arising in aircraft systems. Tech – I Year – I Sem. the reservoir. vehicle (utility) systems. AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE-I) Aim: At masters level the student will be mandated to study to advanced topics in aircraft systems. UNIT – I: AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS System . engine bleed air control. Subsystems – purpose. The product life cycle – stages – the engineering processes. hydraulic piping. PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS. the engine bleed air. hydraulic pump. air flow. design criteria. voltage regulation. power conversion and energy storage. ram air cooling. integration. Airbus. boot strap. g tolerance. examples. In-flight entertainment systems 15 . engine start. engine bleed. Users of pneumatic power. design drivers. hydraulic system. motors and actuators. input. Electrical loads. wing and engine anti-ice. The landing gear system for retraction.fuel pressurization. example systems. actuation. fuel cooling. Characteristics of aircraft fuel systems. thrust reversers. attributes – process. Sources of heat. fuel flow & ignition control. throttle levers. mission systems. Humidity control. engine indications. Modern electrical power generation types. Boeing implementations. emergency power sources. Aircraft applications. non-return valves. application to engineering systems. power switching. in-flight refueling. power (AC and DC) generation. Aircraft systems – principal components – airframe systems. UNIT – II: AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS Hydraulic system services. control system parameters. external fuel tanks. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. fuel jettison. Typical civil transport aircraft electrical systems examples. safety aspects. anti-misting and demisting. fuel transfer valves. Fuel system operation modes . air cycle and vapour cycle systems.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. external influence. Electrical power quality. pitot-static systems. feedback. Integrated civil aircraft fuel systems. fluid conditioning. UNIT – III: ENGINE CONTROL AND FUEL SYSTEMS The engine control problem. the hydraulic fluid. examples of B Ae. engine rotation. reversed boot strap systems. braking and antiskid. Integrated flight and propulsion control. rain dispersal. Aircraft electrical wiring. Cabin pressurisation. fuel transfer. the hydraulic circuit. Systems engineering. steering. avionics systems. Fuel quantity measurement systems. description. engine feed. subsystem controllers. Environmental control system design. load protection. Secondary power distribution. Sources of pneumatic power. heating. use of fuel as heat sink. turbo fan. lighting. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Aircraft electrical system characteristics. supervisory and protection functions. Refrigeration systems.

A.integrated flight and propulsion control. Vehicle management systems. 1993. Airbus and Boeing implementations.H. H. Design guidelines and certification techniques. Pallett. simulation. representation. Integration of aircraft systems Systems design. guidance and vehicle management systems. ISBN 156347589-8 REFERENCES 1. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT Safety considerations – function. ISBN: 1-56347506-5 2. 16 . 2001. reliability. The fly by wire system. Aircraft system example Verification of system requirements.. merits. management o f systems integration. Advanced systems . Systems integration. and Seabridge. dispatch reliability.functional hazard analysis. Ground Studies for Pilots: Flight Instruments and Automatic Flight Control Systems.. I. Design and Development of Aircraft Systems – An Introduction. 1996. Requirements capture. Modeling techniques . Impact of stealth design. component reliability.examples SYSTEMS SAFETY. dispatch availability. J. Longman Scientific & Technical. configuration control – need. I. failure modes and effects analysis. Indian Edition. and Seabridge. AIAA.. test rigs and prototypes. electro-hydrostatic actuation. sixth edition. Moir. preliminary systems safety analysis. Aircraft Systems: Mechanical. UNIT – V: SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE. performance. tools .. E. Inter-relationship of flight control. the process. electromechanical. Fault tree analysis. 4. AIAA Education Series. architecture modeling and trade-off. The English Book Store. ISBN81-70002-059-X 3. A.. flight control surfaces. ISBN 0-632-05951-6. Aircraft Electrical Systems. definitions.. Failure severity categorization. direct drive. Harris. types. A.types of models and simulations.J. multiple redundancy. common cause analysis. Civil Avionics Systems. 2004. Moir. Markov analysis. 3. Test rigs and prototypes.modeling. New Delhi. examples. Factors affecting compatibility. D. Pallet. Declaring verification. I. 2. design assurance levels. Need for interoperability of evolving systems. regulations. Forward compatibility and backward compatibility. All-electric aircraft concept. W. systems safety analysis. and Seabridge. flight control linkage systems. E. INTEGRATION Architectural representation of systems. more-electric aircraft power generation concepts. TEXT BOOKS 1. AIAA Education Series. product support. AIAA.. 2004. Safety assessment processes .. mechanical. Aircraft Instruments & Integrated Systems.Butterworth Heinemann. Bolton. ISBN: 1-56347-722-X. levels of integration. trim and feel. Moir. specifications and requirement. AIAA Education Series. definitions. Electrical and Avionics Subsystems Integration. control surface actuation. 2002. Power control. Economy considerations – maintainability. Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems. Blackwell Science. System configurations.UNIT – IV: FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS Principles of flight control. AIAA. integrity.

Nonlinear problems. Selection of time integration methods. Von Neumann method for stability analysis. Unstructured grids. UNIT-I: BASIC EQUATIONS OF FLUID DYNAMICS AND DYNAMICAL LEVELS OF APPROXIMATION General form of a conservation law. Overrelaxation methods. UNIT II: MATHEMATICAL NATURE OF THE FLOW EQUATIONS AND THEIR BOUNDARY CONDITIONS Simplified models of a convection–diffusion equation. New Leapfrog. Numerical solutions for the Euler equations 17 . Approximations of turbulent flows. Momentum conservation law or equation of motion. Definition of the mathematical properties of a system of PDEs. Navier–Stokes equations. Finite difference formulas on non-uniform grids. Grid quality and best practice guidelines UNIT IV: ANALYSIS OF NUMERICAL SCHEMES Consistency. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Basis of finite volume method. Implicit finite difference formulae. Tech – I Year – I Sem. Multidimensional finite difference formulas. Generation of new schemes with prescribed order of accuracy. General method for finite difference formulae. Finite volume discretization of the Euler equations. Energy conservation equation. Boundary layer approximation.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Inviscid flow model: Euler equations. Parabolized Navier–Stokes equations. NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF INVISCID FLOWS Euler equations. stability and error analysis of numerical schemes: Basic concepts and definitions. Distributed loss model. Introduction to Finite Element Method: Finite element definition of interpolation functions. Numerical solutions for the potential equation. Finite element definition of the equation discretization: integral formulation. Thin shear layer approximation. Multigrid method. Structured and Unstructured Grid Properties: Structured grids. Analysis of time integration schemes. Method of weighted residuals or weak formulation. Finite volume formulation of schemes and limiters TIME INTEGRATION METHODS FOR SPACE DISCRETIZED EQUATIONS Analysis of spacediscretized systems. Preconditioning techniques. General Properties and High Resolution Numerical Schemes: General formulation of numerical schemes. Finite element Galerkin method for a conservation law. MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF FLUID FLOWS (Elective-II) Aim: The student is exposed to advanced topics in fluid flow to tackle engineering problems in aircraft fluid systems. Time-dependent and conservation form of the PDEs. Finite Volume Method: Conservative discretization. Surface and volume estimations. Mass conservation equation. Spectral analysis of numerical errors. Outcome: The student can resolve fluid flow issues in aircraft systems in mathematically. Potential flow model. Initial and boundary conditions UNIT III: DISCRETIZATION TECHNIQUES Finite Difference Method for Structured Grids: Basics of finite difference methods. Potential flow model. Galerkin method. Implicit schemes for multidimensional problems: Approximate factorization methods UNIT -V ITERATIVE METHODS FOR RESOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS Basic iterative methods. Lax-Fredrichs and Lax-Wendroff schemes for the linear convection equation. Practical implementation of finite volume method. Monotonicity of numerical schemes. Hyperbolic and parabolic equations: characteristic surfaces and domain of dependence.

2nd Edition. Pletcher. McGraw Hill. Elsevier Publication. Second Edition. John C. Anderson. Pressure correction method. TEXT BOOK 1. 1995 2.NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF VISCOUS LAMINAR FLOWS Navier-Stokes Equations for laminar flows. 1997. Charles Hirsch. Numerical solutions with pressure correction method. 2007 REFERENCES 1. Tannehill. Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basics with Applications. Richard H. Numerical solutions with the density-based method. Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer. Taylor & Francis. Dale A. Density based methods for viscous flows. John David Anderson. 18 .

Free Vibration Analysis of Spinning Structures. SOLUTION OF SYSTEM EQUATIONS: Coordinate Systems and Transformations. Formulation and Solution of System Equation. AIAA. Vibration of Damped Structural Systems. Examples of Applications of Optimization HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS OF SOLIDS. Finite Element Multidisciplinary Analysis. COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS (Elective-II) Aim: The student shall be thought FEM. Tech – I Year – I Sem. REFERENCE BOOK 1. Rectangular Pre-stressed Membrane Element. Numerical Examples. UNIT I: NTRODUCTION.II: STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-BASIC THEORY. Quadratic Matrix Eigenvalue Problem for Free Vibration Analysis.L. Isoparametric Quadrilateral and Hexahedron Elements. Finite Element Analysis – Theory and Application with ANSYS. Imposition of Deflection Boundary Conditions. Prentice Hall. Two-Dimensional Plane Elements. Bar Element. Response to Random Excitation. Torsion of Prismatic Shafts. Structural Stability Problems. Formulation of Numerical Procedure. One-Dimensional Line Elements. STRUCTURAL MECHANICS-FINITE ELEMENTS : Modeling of Material Behavior. Methods of Analysis. Second Edition. ThreeDimensional Solid Elements. Coupled Heat Transfer and Structural Analysis. Derivation of Nodal Centrifugal Forces. Time-Marched Aeroe1astic and Aeroservoe1astic Analysis. FDM. Computer Software. Application of the Galerkin Method UNIT. UNIT -IV: EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS. DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF ELASTIC STRUCTURES : Free Vibration Analysis of Undamped Nonspinning Structures.Meek. Frequency Response Method. Finite Element Solutions. Derivation of Element Matrices. Direct Integration Methods. Plane Triangular Element. Sparse Cholesky Factorization. UNIT V: NONLINEAR ANALYSIS.K. Numerical Examples. FINITE ELEMENT DISCRETIZATION OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS : Areas of Analysis. Solid Elements. ARMA Model in Aeroelastic and Aeroservoelastic Analysis.Gupta and J. Solution of System Equations.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Shell Elements. Vibration of Prestressed Structures. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Numerical Examples TEXT BOOK 1. UNIT -III: GENERATION OF SYSTEM MATRICES. Solution of Damped Free Vibration Problem. Shell Element. Second Edition. K. Outcome: The student shall be able to carry out mathematical analysis aircraft structures. Finite Element Formulation Based on the Stationary Functional Method. Triangular Shell Elements. Saeed Moaveni. Brief History of the Finite Element Method. COMPUTATIONAL LINEAR AEROELASTICITY AND AEROSERVOELASTICITY : Heat Conduction. Material Nonlinearity. CFD based aircraft structural analysis. Optimization. Sparse Matrix Storage Schemes. Matrix Bandwidth Minimization.. Beam Element.. STRESS COMPUTATIONS AND OPTIMIZATION: Geometric Nonlinearity. 2003. Matrix Assembly. BEM. Line Elements. SPINNING STRUCTURES. DYNAMIC ELEMENT METHOD: Derivation of Equation of Motion. Education Series. Method of Modal Superposition. Numerical Example CFD-BASED AEROELASTICITY AND AEROSERVOELASTICITY : Computational Fluid Dynamics. Plate Bending Elements. 2003 19 .

Federated system architecture AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: Services provided to aircraft carriers. Design trade-offs. Navigation errors. 2002. Orbital mechanics and clock characteristics. Mechanization equations.NAVIGATION EQUATIONS: Introduction: Definitions of navigation and surveillance. LANDING SYSTEMSL: Doppler Radars: Functions and applications. Doppler radar principles and design approaches. AIAA Education Series. Attitude and Heading References: Basic instruments. Moir. Heading references. Global Orbiting Navigation Satellite System(GLONASS). Civil and military aircraft. Alignment. Air-data systems. Pulsed radar altimeters. Facilities and operations. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Phases of flight. Vertical references. Outcome: The student will gain insights into real time functioning of aircraft navigation and surveillance systems. Guidance versus navigation. FM-CW radar altimeter. Airways and procedures. Evolution of avionics. NAVSTAR Global Positioning System. Mechanics of landing. Air-data equations. Microwave-landing system. System design considerations.inertial systems. Open-loop and closed loop Kalman filter mechanizations. Integrated stellar-inertial systems. Software development UNIT-II: TERRESTRIAL-RADIO-NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: General principles. 1997. UNIT-V: MULTISENSOR INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: Inertial system characteristics. Calibration and system test. John Wiley & Sons. Avionics Navigation Systems. GNSS integrity and availability UNIT-III: INERTIAL NAVIGATION: Inertial navigation system. Categories of navigation.Freid. Integrated stellar-inertial-doppler system. Course computation. AIAA. Kalman filter basics. Carrier landing systems. Terrain-matching navigation. Noninertial GPS multisensor navigation systems. Coordinate frames. ISBN 0-471-54795-6 2. Practical considerations. Automatic landing systems. Platforms. Government responsibilities. Signal characteristics. Civil Avionics Systems. Phases of flight. Flight rules and airspace organization. Point source systems. Initial alignment of heading references UNIT-IV: DOPPLER AND ALTIMETER RADARS. Digital charts. Human navigator. Specialty designs. System capacity. ISBN 156347589-8 20 .JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Dead-reckoning computations. FLIGHT NAVIGATION AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE-II) Aim: The student will be taught foundation in flight navigation and surveillance systems. General principles. Positioning. Filtering of measurements. Error analysis. Hyperbolic systems SATELLITE RADIO NAVIGATION: System configuration. Radar Altimeters: Functions and applications. Doppler radar errors. I and Seabridge. Fundamental limits AIR-DATA SYSTEMS. GPS-INS mechanization. Atmospheric effects on satellite signals. Equipment configurations. UNIT-I: ROLE OF NAVIGATION IN FLIGHT VEHICLE MISSION . A. Phase-coded pulsed radar altimeters. Instrument landing systems. Position update of an inertial system. Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems TEXT BOOKS 1. Second Edition. Airspeed-damped inertial system. Landing Systems: Low-visibility operations. Satellite landing systems. Inc. ATTITUDE AND HEADING REFERENCES: Air-Data Systems: Air-data measurements. Basics of satellite radio navigation. Navigation Equations: Geometry of the Earth. Instruments. Subsystems. Integrated Doppler. Myron Kayton and Walter R. Tech – I Year – I Sem.

2004. Mathematical models of routing. Bazargan. Solution by simulation.. The route system of the airlines – point-topoint flights. New York. Crew rostering – rostering practices – the crew rostering problem – formulation.G. Airline operations and Scheduling. constraints. P. formulation of the problem.Kluwer Academic Publishers. definitions. R. multi-commodity problem. Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-7546-3616-X. et al. Press. Oxford Univ. Tech – I Year – I Sem. REFERENCES 1. 1993. objective function.net 21 . Fleet assignment models. Yu. Example problems and solutions CREW AND MANPOWER SCHEDULING : Crew scheduling process – significance. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. fleet availability – performance measures. UNIT – III: AIRCRAFT ROUTING : Goal of aircraft routing –maintenance requirements. 3. Algorithms and Applications.. Decision variables. www. constrains. Scenario analysis. heuristic procedures.. Routing cycles. 1998. CASE STUDIES OF AIRLINE OPERATIONS AND SCHEDULING AND SIMULATION : Complexity theory. Schedule construction. operations and dispatch . methods of solution. Paradalos. 1993.C. network flow models – shortest path problem.. distance matrix-mathematical formulation. the time band approximation model – formulation of the problem – the scenarios – solution. minimum cost flow problem. UNIT – I: NEWORK FLOWS AND INTEGER PROGRAMMING MODELS : Complexity of airline planning. Route development and flight scheduling process – load factor and frequency – case study FLEET ASSIGNMENT : Purpose of fleet assignment.operational feasibility. Outcome: The student shall be able to trouble shoot operational issues in airlines operations. solutions. UNIT – V: COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY.airlinestechnology. Ashgate. travelling salesman problem – mathematical formulation – decision variables. AIRLINES OPERATIONS AND SCHEDULING (ELECTIVE-II) Aim: The student shall be taught advanced and latest topics in airlines operations scheduling. solutions UNIT – IV: GATE ASSIGNMENT : Gate assignment – significance – the problem . objective function.need for optimization – role of operations research and simulation. solution. Network Flows – Theory. 2. objective functions – alternatives – constraints . maximum flow problem. fleet diversity. TEXT BOOKS 1. UNIT – II: FLIGHT SCHEDULING : Significance of flight scheduling. economic viability. Development of crew pairing – pairing generators – mathematical formulation of crew pairing problem – methods of solution.levels of handling – passenger flow. hub-and-spoke flights. Operations Research in Airlines Industry. M. 2. M. Formulation of the fleet assignment problem – decision variables. Handbook of Optimization. AIRLINE IRREGULAR OERATION. Integer programming models – partitioning problems. modeling. and Resende. Ahuja. other constraints.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. G. Networks.M. Manpower scheduling.flight coverage. DISRUPTION OF SCHEDULE AND RECOVERY : The problem statement. Case studies of airline operation and scheduling – study through simulation modeling – use of available software. aircraft available. solution. Fleet types. routing generators.

Time-varying incident Mach number. Blade Element Analysis in hover and axial flight. Induced tip loss. Disk loading and power loading. Hovering micro air vehicles AERODYNAMICS OF ROTOR AIRFOILS: Helicopter rotor airfoil requirements. Unsteady aerodynamics of flaps. Unsteady attached flow. Effects of forcing conditions on dynamic stall. Traveling sharp edged gust. Prediction of in-flight airfoils. Introduction to rotor trim HELICOPTER PERFORMANCE: Hovering and axial climb performance. Equations of motion for a flapping blade. Vortex ring state(VRS). Dynamics of a lagging blade with a hinge offset. Other types of rotors. Pitching moment and related issues. ROTORCRAFT AERODYNAMICS (ELECTIVE-II) Aim: The student shall be given advance understanding of rotorcraft aero dynamics. Effects of damage on airfoil performance UNIT-IV: UNSTEADY AIRFOIL BEHAVIOR: Sources of unsteady aerodynamic loading. Momentum analysis in forward flight. Reduced frequency and reduced time. UNIT-V: DYNAMIC STALL: Flow morphology of dynamic stall. Fuselage aerodynamic design issues. UNIT-I: FUNDAMENTALS OF ROTOR AERODYNAMICS. Airfoil shape definition. Torsional damping. Principles of quasi-steady thin airfoil theory. Design of tail rotors. Indicial method for subsonic compressible flow. Effects of sweep angle. Stall control ROTOR WAKES AND BLADE TIP VORTICES. airfoil shape on dynamic stall. Non-ideal effects on rotor performance. forward flight UNIT-II: ROTATING BLADE MOTION: Types of rotors.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. ROTOR-AIRFRAME INTERACTIONAL AERODYNAMICS: 22 . Tech – I Year – I Sem. Conceptual and preliminary design processes. Performance in maneuvering flight. Indicial response-Wagner’s problem. Outcome: The student will be able to solve engineering problems rotorcraft aero dynamics. High speed rotorcraft. Induced inflow ratio. Autorotational performance. Three dimensional effects on dynamic stall. Principles of noise produced by unsteady forces. Reynolds number and Mach number effects. Design of the main rotor. Rotor solidity and blade loading coefficients. Performance analysis. Sharp edged gust-Kussner’s problem. Airfoil pressure distribution. Figure of merit. Representing static airfoil characteristics. Coupled pitch-flap motion. Time varying incident velocity. Time-varying velocity effects on dynamic stall. Other anti-torque devices. Aerodynamics of a representative airfoil section. Factors influencing performance degradation UNIT-III: AERODYNAMIC DESIGN OF HELICOPTERS: Overall design requirements. Returning wake-Loewy’s problem. Empennage design. Coupled flap-lag motion. Role of wind tunnels in aerodynamic design.Milne’s problem. Comparison of theory with measured rotor performance. Theodorsen’s theory. BLADE ELEMENT ANALYSIS: Momentum theory analysis in hovering flight. Concepts of blade wake. Modeling of dynamic stall. Maximum lift and stall characteristics. Thrust and power coefficients. Forward flight performance. Momentum analysis in axial climb and descent. Smart rotor systems. Sinusoidal gust-Sear’s problem. Equilibrium about the flapping hinge and lead-lag hinge. Dynamic stall in the rotor environment. Drag. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Human-powered helicopter. Ground effect. Very low Reynolds number airfoil characteristics. Non-uniform vertical velocity fields. Blade feathering and the swashplate. Circulation controlled airfoils. Advanced rotor airfoil design.

Rotor-fuselage interactions. Aperiodic wake developments. Rotor-empennage interactions. J. Rotortail rotor interactions TEXT BOOK 1. Principles of Helicopter Aerodynamics. Wake developments in maneuvering flight. Vortex models of rotor wake. General dynamic inflow models. Gordon Leishman. Cambridge University Press. 2006. Second Edition. ISBN 0-521-85860-7 23 .Characteristics of rotor wake in hover and forward flight. Descending flight and vortex ring state.

contour diagrams. Karris. Flow Simulation using FLUENT  Simulation of Flow past airfoils and wings  Simulation of Compressible flow in convergent-divergent nozzle  Simulation of compressible flow in a compressor REFERENCES 1. MATLAB Toolboxes: Continuous transfer functions. Second Edition. MEX-files. and saving stateflow models. mesh. Stateflow introduction: Opening. Simulink aerospace blockset. Nyquist chart. Subplots. Cambridge University Press. Computational Fluid Dynamics. 1997. Richard Colgren. zero pole model. DIGITAL SIMULATION LAB . Plotting and graphics: Plot. Aerospace toolbox. 4. Orchard Publications. axis. state-space design. T. Multi –Output models. constructing a simple stateflow model. Taylor & Francis Publication. using a stateflow truth table II. Nichols chart. movies. flow diagrams. Single-Output(SISO) design tool. digital design. log and semi-log plots. linear quadratic regulator. and State Flow. state-space model. John C. Building Simulink linear models: transfer function modeling in Simulink. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Anderson. Simulink. Richard H. M Cells. equivalent Simulink LTI models. Pletcher. MATLAB introduction. ISBN –9744239-8-X 3. AIAA Education Series. Single-Input. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer. Outcome: The student will gain hands on experience in MATLAB and fluent applications and can be capbule of simulating aero space engineering issues. Software Development for Simulation of Fluid Flows  Generation of structured and unstructured grids in two and three dimensions  Solution of Burgers equation using explicit MacCormack method  Blasius solution for laminar boundary layer over a flat plate  Riemann solver for shock tube problem III. Structures and M-files.I I.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. 2007 2. Standard Simulink libraries. root locus. Dale A. MATLAB/ Simulink Fundamentals for Aerospace Applications Aim: The student shall be asked to solve various aero space application problems in MATLAB and fluent environment. polar plots. 2002 24 . Tech – I Year – I Sem. Tannehill. Simulink LTI viewer and usage of it. executing. Chung. Introduction to Simulink with Engineering Applications. 2006. Basic MATLAB. Building Multi-Input. Steven T. J. Building Simulink S-functions.

UNIT-II: Modeling The Aircraft: Basic Aerodynamics. UNIT-III: Aircraft Dynamics : Aircraft Dynamic Behavior. Lewis. TEXT BOOK 1. Terrestrial Navigation. Stability Augmentation Systems : Control Design Feedback Control. Model Following Design. Design And Simulation Tools: State Space Models. The Handling Qualities Requirements. 2003 25 . LQG/Loop Transfer Recovery. John Wiley & Sons. Nonlinear Simulation. Stevens and Frank L. Modified Continuous Design. Modeling. Control Augmentation Systems. Earth’s Gravitation. Outcome: At the end of this course student would be in a position to work on advance research and development projects on aircraft dynamics and control. This will help students to appreciate the course in coherent fashion. Steady State Flight. Numerical Solution of the State Equations. Tracking a Command. Linear Quadratic Regulator with Output Feedback. AIRCRAFT CONTROL AND SIMULATION Aim and Objectives: The course provides advance knowledge in aircraft dynamics control and simulation. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Rigid-Body Dynamics. Transfer Function Models. Autopilots and Flight management systems. Geodesy. Static Analysis. Aircraft Models for Simulation. UNIT-IV: Modern Design Techniques : Assignment of Closed-Loop Dynamics. The Nonlinear Aircraft Model.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Modifying the Performance Index. UNIT-I: The Kinematics And Dynamics Of Aircraft Motion : Vector Kinematics. Aircraft Control and Simulation. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Linear Quadratic Design with Full State Feedback. Aircraft Rigid Body Modes. Every unit of the course starts with the basics on the topic and ends with advance topics. UNIT-V: Robustness And Multivariable Frequency Domain Techniques: Multivariable Frequency Domain Analysis. Aircraft Forces and Moments. Numerical Linearization. Implementation Considerations. Robust Output Feedback Design. Brian L. Dynamic Inversion Design. Matrix Analysis of Kinematics. Digital Control : Simulation of Digital Controllers. Discretization of Continuous Controllers. Linear Models and the Stability Derivatives. Observers and the Kalman Filter.

Transportation Infrastructure for moon and mars missionsU. Ground and mission operations technologies. Next generation space transportation systems. Optimization strategies and applications. Inc. Evolutionary launch operations strategies. Launch vehicle conceptual design problem. Development of commercial space transportation architecture and system concepts.S. History behind existing Expendable Launch Vehicles. Reusable space launch vehicles: Background—Previous efforts at hypersonic flight. Planning for future space infrastructure. Cost drivers for space transportation architecture options. and the trade study process. Risk Management. Good Project Management as Team Building and a Balancing Act. Development of shuttle system. Early aerospace plane conceptual studies. Antimatter-based propulsion concepts. Historical drivers for space infrastructure. Nuclear fission and fusion based concepts. UNIT-III: Expendable Space Transportation Systems and Reusable Space Launch Vehicles: Introduction. Infrastructures and U. Importance of vehicle health management. Configuration Management. Evolving the expendable launch vehicle.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Recommended improvements to space transportation architectures. Tools and methodologies. Types of Project Management.S. Systems engineering process. Collaborative work environment of the future Systems Technology Development: Introduction. Walter Hammond. Basic launch vehicle system trade analysis methodology. NASA reusable launch vehicle studies in 1990s. Facility requirements for launch operations. The X-series of research aircraft. Solar propulsion concepts. Political considerations. Accelerator concepts. Propulsion technologies. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. National mission model. Management. Shuttle evolution and future growth. Challenges facing manned aerospace planes. Future launch operations UNIT IV: Systems and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization : Introduction. Systems engineering cycle. Laser and beamed energy propulsion Concepts.. Management Trends. Field and Quantum Effect Propulsion Concepts. Technology transfer and commercialization. Total Quality Management. Earned value management. System engineer. Assessing technological options. Text Book 1. Systems Engineering in a NASA Context. Obstacles to streamlining launch operations. Managing ultra-large projects Future Systems: Introduction. Launch operations definition. Systems engineering in a DOD Context. Future reusable space launch vehicles Operations and Support Systems: Introduction. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Systems analysis. Historical background. Doctrine of successive refinement. Hypersonic waveriders. AIAA Education Series. Vehicle technologies. Space Shuttle: Introduction. 1999. System interfaces and control. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Applying a commercial development process for access to space UNIT V: Program Planning. System integration. and Evaluation: Introduction. Systems Design Considerations: Overview of design process. Improving Existing Launch Operations. SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS UNIT-I: Systems Engineering and Systems Design Considerations: Introduction. Private sector and commercialization. Space Transportation: A Systems Approach to Analysis and Design. Manned reusable systems development programs-Past and Ongoing. Shuttle mission operations. Modeling needs. Systems engineering definition. Modeling. Expendable launch vehicle design. Orbiter development. System effective studies UNIT II: Transportation System Architecture. Space Shuttle: Introduction.. Designing for future expendable launch vehicle launch operations. Current shuttle vehicle and operations. Magnetic Monopoles Concept. 26 .

Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Adjoint mehods. Data parallel modeling. Evolutionary algorithms for robust design Multi-Disciplinary Optimization: Multi-disciplinary analysis. Design oriented Analysis: Geometry modeling and design parameterization. Space mapping approach. Keane. Nair. evolution and innovation. Simultaneous analysis and design. Automatic differentiation UNIT-IV: Approximation Concepts: Local approximations. Gaussian process interpolation and regression. Chromosome repair UNIT-III: Elements Of Numerical Optimization-II: Meta models and Response surface methods: Global versus local meta models. Sequential quadratic programming. Penalty function methods. Take-up of computational methods. Uncertainty propagation. Black-box modeling. Design automation. Semi-analytical methods. Analysis and design of coupled systems UNIT-II: Elements Of Numerical Optimization-I: Single variable optimizers. Taguchi methods. Constrained optimization. Multi-objective optimization. COMPUTATIONAL APPROACHES TO AEROSPACE VEHICLE DESIGN UNIT-I: Principles Of Aerospace Design: Historical Perspective on aerospace design.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Pareto set algorithms Sensitivity Analysis: Finite-difference methods. Design teams. Design search and optimization. Lagrange multipliers. Noisy/Approximate function values. Traditional manual approaches to design and design iteration. decision theoretic formulations. Methods for combining goal functions. Distributed analysis optimization formulation. Combined Lagrangian and penalty function methods. Gradient based methods. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Direct methods. Managing surrogate models in evolutionary algorithms UNIT-V: Design In The Presnce Of Uncertainty: Uncertainty modeling and representation. Computational mesh generalization. Tradeoffs in aerospace system design. Multi-objective weight assignment techniques. Andy J. Reduced basis methods Design Space Exploration-Surrogate Models: Managing surrogate models in optimization: Trust regions. Concurrent subspace optimization. Generalized linear models. Design of experiments. Reliability-based optimization. Design for six sigma. Combined approaches-Hybrid searches and meta heuristics. Multipoint approximations. Robust design using information-gap theory.line search. Simple RSM examples. Co-evolutionary architectures TEXT BOOK 1. Surrogate modeling using variable fidelity models. Surrogate assisted optimization using global models. Non-gradient based algorithms. Prasanth B. Multi variable optimizers: Population versus single point methods. Complex variable approach. Welch-Sacks method. Collaborative optimization. 2005. ISBN 10:0-470-85540-1 27 . Problem transformations. System decomposition and optimization. John Wiley & Sons. Computational Approaches for Aerospace Design-The Pursuit of Excellence. Termination and convergence aspects. Sparse approximations techniques. fuzzy logic and physical programming. Fully integrated optimization. Advances in modeling techniques. Meta modeling tools. Feasible directions method.

Star sensors. Data driven visualization UNIT-III: Forces And Moments From Wind Tunnel Balance Measurements : Types of wind tunnels. Rate and rate integrating gyros. Strain measurements. John Wiley. Rate gyroscope principles. Scanning valves. Surface flow visualization. Sound measurements Motion And Inertial Measurements: Applications of accelerometer sensors. Spacecraft Dynamics and Control-A Practical Engineering Approach. and Time lines. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Statistical analysis of experimental data UNIT II: Flow Measurements: Pressure Measurement: Manometer. Laser gyros UNIT-V: Spacecraft Attitude Determination Sensors: Infrared earth sensors-Horizon Crossing Sensors. Sidi. External balances and internal balances Stress And Strain Measurements: Stress and strain. Sun sensors. Balance requirements and specifications. Pressure transducers. Principles of seismic instrument. Seventh Edition. Dhanesh N Manik. Accuracy. Temperature Measurement: Thermometers. Experiment planning. Flow Visualization: Path-. Balances. Alan Pope. Rosette analysis. Micro-machined accelerometer. Spectrum. Velocity Measurement: Pitot probes. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Rate-integrating gyroscope principles. Hot wire anemometers. Direct visualization. AEROSPACE SENSORS AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS UNIT-I: Introduction To Experimental Methods: Characteristics of Measuring systems:: Readability. J. Tata McGraw Hill. Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing. Stream-. Basic characteristics of of a strain gage. Wind tunnel data systems. Acceleration sensing principles. 2004 2. Stress gauges UNIT IV Motion And Vibration Measurement: Two simple vibration instruments. Holman. Piezoelectric accelerometer.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Cambridge University Press. Jewel B Barlow. Hot wires. William H. Thermocouples. Root Mean Square(RMS). Measurement Systems-Application and Design. 7 hole probes. Causes and types of experimental errors.Jr. Rae. Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV). Electrical resistance strain gauges. Strain gauge types. Streak-. Turbulence Measurements: LDV. Ernest O Doebelin. Hysteresis. Pendulous accelerometer (open and closed loop). Strain gauge sensitivity. 1997 28 . Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV). Thermopiles. Experimental Methods for Engineers. Sensitivity. Flow field visualization. Practical considerations for seismic instruments. 2007 3. . Aeronautical wind tunnels. Magnetometers TEXT BOOKS 1. Tata McGraw Hill. P. Standards. Third Edition. Marcel J. Precision: Calibration. Keil probes. Micro-gyro sensors.5th Edition. 1999 4. Doppler Global Velocimetry(DGV) .

Design considerations for rocket-launched/glide reentry vehicles. Pressures in separated regions UNIT IV: Boundary layer and convective heat transfer: Boundary Conditions. Hypersonic aerodynamics of research plane. Shuttle orbiter aerodynamics. Effects of surface catalycity. Techniques treating entire shock layer in a unified fashion. AIAA Eucation Series. Design Considerations: Reentry vehicles. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Anderson. airbreathing vehicles. Basics of Aerothermodynamics. J. combined rocket/airbreathing powered vehicles. AEROTHERMODYNAMICS OF HYPERSONIC FLIGHT (Elective-III) UNIT I: GENERAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HYPERSONIC FLOWS Defining hypersonic flow. Design philosophy. 1994. Radiative heat flux Pressure distribution: Newtonian flow models. Departure from the Newtonian flow field. John J. Corner flows. Hypersonic and High Temperature Gas Dynamics. Flight tests. General form of the equations of motion in conservation form. Hypersonic air-breathing aircraft UNIT V: Aerodynamic Forces And Moments & Design Considerations Of Hypersonic Vehicles: Newtonian Aerodynamic Coefficients. Shock-Wave / Boundary Layer (Viscous) Interaction for two-dimensional compression Ramps. Bertin. Metric or equivalent cross-section radius. Basic Equations of Motion: Equilibrium and non-equilibrium flows.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Dynamic stability considerations. General comments about CFD. momentum and energy equations. Convective heat transfer and skin friction. Experimental data and model design considerations. UNIT II: Defining The Aerothermodynamic Environment: Empirical correlations complemented by analytical techniques. Base heat transfer in separated flow Viscous interactions: Compression ramp flows. Space shuttle orbiter. Characterizing hypersonic flow using fluid dynamic phenomenon. X-15 Aerodynamics. Springer-Verlag. Examples of Viscous Interactions for Hypersonic Vehicles: X-15. Transport properties. Equilibrium conditions. Calibration and validation of the CFD codes Experimental Measurements Of Hypersonic Flows: Ground-based simulation of hypersonic flows. Shock/Shock interactions. AIAA Education Series. Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics. 2005 29 . Pressure distributions for a reacting gas. Importance of interrelating CFD. 2006 2. Design of a new vehicle TEXTBOOKS 1. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Ernst Heinrich Hirshchel. ground-test data and flight-test data UNIT III: Stagnation-Region Flow Field: Stagnating streamline. Stagnation-point convective heat transfer. Second Edition. Dependent variables. Need for more sophisticated models. Ground-based hypersonic facilities. Tangent-Cone and Tangent-Wedge approximations. Continuity. D. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Re-entry capsule aerodynamics. Computations based on a two layer flow model. Flow field perturbations around swept fins.

The Principle of Virtual Work. The Diffenrential Eigenvalue Problems. The Linear Tracking Problem. Modal Equations for Undamped Structures. Optimal Observers. Pole Allocation Method. Free Response. Sensitivity of the Eigensolution to Changes in the System Parameters. The Method of Weighted Residuals. Work and Energy. The Transfer Function. Lagrange’s Equations of Motion in Terms of QuasiCoordinates. Computation of the Transition Matrix. The Kalman-Bucy Filter. 30 . Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. UNIT-III: Lumped-Parameter Structures: Equations of Motion for Lumped-Parameter Structures. Closed-Loop Modal Equations. DiscreteTime Systems. Hamilton’s Canonical Equations. Algorithms for Solving the Riccati Equation. Performance of Control Systems. Stability of Equilibrium Points . Modal Analysis for the Response of OpenLoop Systems. Minimum-Time Control of Time-Invariant Systems Minimum-Fuel Problems. The Algebraic Eigenvalue Problem. Output Equations. Modern approach: Feedback Control Systems. Rigid Bodies. Compensators. Minimum-Time Problems.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Qualitative Behavior of the Eigensolution. The Closed-Loop Frequency Response. Euler’s Moment Equations. UNIT-II: Principles Of Analytical Mechanics: Degree of Freedom and Generalized Coordinates. Bode Diagrams. Gain Margin and Phase Margin. Hamilton’s Principle. Lagrange’s Equations of Motion. Substructure of Undamped Structures. Nichols Charts. Optimal Control. DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF STRUCTURES (Elective-III) Aim and Objectives: The course is multidisciplinary in nature and is a combination of rigid and flexible body dynamics and controls. Rayleigh’s Quotient. Motion in the Phase Space. The Finite Element Method. Moment of a Force and Angular Momentum. Exact And Approximate Methods: Boundary-Value Problems. Linearization about Equilibrium. Response to Singularity Functions. Direct Output Feedback Control. The Nyquist Method. Response by Modal Analysis. The Root-Locus Method. Coupled Control. The Linear Regulator Problem. Relative Stability. Control of lumped-parameter systems. Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle. Energy Considerations. Response to Arbitrary Excitation. Modal Control UNIT-V: Distributed-Parameter Structures. Singularity Functions. Computational Methods for the Eigensolution. Control Using Observers. Outcome: The course will provide sufficient background to help students to analyze and design practical control system for mechanical and aerospace applications. distributed control theory is introduced. Response by the Transition Matrix. Impulse and Momentum. Simplified On-Off Control. Damped Structures. Observability. Control Of Distributed Structures: Closed-Loop Partial Differential Equation of Motion. Concepts From Linear System Theory: Concepts from System Analysis. D’Alembert’s Principle. The Rayleigh-Ritz Method. Classical approach: Feedback Control Systems. For flexible body dynamics. Frequency Response. Sensitivity of Control Systems to Variations in Parameters. The Convolution Integral. State Equations. Systems of Particles. The Eigenvalue Problem. UNIT-I: Newtonian Mechanics: Newton’s Second Law. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Log Magnitude-Phase Diagrams. The course would provide analysis and design methodologies using both classical and modern approaches. Mode Controllability and Observability. Solution of the State Equations by the Laplace Transformation UNIT-IV: Control of lumped-parameter systems. Response by Transform Methods. Direct Output Feedback Control. Frequency Response Plots. Independent Modal-Space Control. State Controllability.

1999 3. H. G. Structural Dynamics in Aeronautical Engineering. Leonard Meirovitch. John Willey & Sons. Hodges. Bismarck-Nasr. David Wagg. Control of Discretized Structures. TEXT BOOK 1. AIAA Education Series. Michael Friswell (eds) . Ltd.Cambridge University Press.Systems with Proportional Damping. Adaptive Structures: Engineering Applications. Dewey. 2007 31 . Paul Weaver. Dynamics and Control of Structures. Introduction to Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity.Alvin Pierce. Ian Bong. Structures with General Viscous Damping. Maher N. John Wiley & Sons. 2002 2. 1990 REFERENCE BOOKS 1.

Siouris. Construction of an adjoint. Application to homing loop. Computational issues. Simulation of proportional navigation in two dimensions. Example of a stochastic adjoint. Adjoint mathematics. Numerical example. Missile Guidance and Control Systems.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Influence of time constants. And Lambert Guidance: Strategic Considerations: Gravitational model. Tech – I Year – II Sem. ISBN-10: 1-56347-874-9 REFERENCE BOOK 1. Tactical and Strategic Missile Guidance. Normalization Noise Analysis. Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics. Springer-Verlag. Gaussian noise example. Optimal target evasive maneuvers. UNIT-I: Fundamentals Of Tactical Missile Guidance: Proportional navigation. Derivation of augmented proportional navigation. Thrust vector control Advanced Guidance Laws: Review of proportional navigation. Deterministic adjoint example. Closed-form solution for random target maneuver. MISSILE GUIDANCE (ELECTIVE-III) Aim: The student shall be explained fundamental and advanced concepts of missile guidance. Single time constant guidance system. Acceleration. Optimal guidance UNIT-IV: Kalman Filters And The Homing Loop: Theoretical equations of Kalman filter. Covariance Analysis And The Homing Loop: Basic definitions. Booster steering. AIAA. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Linearized engagement simulation. Boosters: Staging.sight guidance. Adjoint closed-form solutions. Command to line-of. Design relationships. Gravity UNIT-V: Strategic Considerations. Response of linear system to white noise. Gravity turn. Proportional navigation and zero effort miss UNIT-II: Method Of Adjoints And The Homing Loop: Homing loop. Tactical Zones: Velocity computation. Linearization. Lambert Guidance: Statement of Lambert’s problem. George M. Experiments with optimal guidance Other Forms Of Tactical Guidance. Flight time. Numerical considerations. Shaping filters and random processes. Boosters. Parasitic effects. Augmented proportional navigation. Homing loop example. Adjoints for deterministic systems. Booster numerical example. Fifth Edition. Saturation. Solution to Lambert’s problem. Two-dimensional engagement simulation. General energy management steering TEXT BOOK 1. Outcome: The student will get thorough insights into various aspects of missile guidance. Acceleration adjoint UNIT-III: Proportional Navigation And Miss Distance: System order. 2007. 2004. Covariance analysis theory. Low-pass-filter example. Hit equation. Drag. ISBN: 0-38700726-1 32 . Numerical examples. Practical evasive maneuvers. Adjoints for noise-driven systems. Beam rider guidance. Low-pass filter example. Important closed-form solutions. Closed form solutions. Tactical Zones: Proportional navigation command guidance. Kalman gains. Paul Zarchan.

Collaborative optimization of arrival and departure traffic flow management strategies at airports. AIAA. System capacity. Flight rules and airspace organization. L. M. et al.S. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Modeling of an airline operations control center. 20003. Nolan. Airways and procedures. 2001. Capacity driven operational concept of ATM. UNIT-V: Aircraft Self Separation : Cooperative optimal airborne separation assurance in free flight airspace. Human factors Cognitive Workload Analysis And Role Of Air Traffic Controller: Task load measures of air traffic controllers. M. Airspace Operations And Constraints : Performance measures of air traffic services. Phases of flight. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Facilities and operation. ADVANCED TOPICS IN AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE-III) Aim: To impart understanding of advanced topics aim air traffic management including HR aspects. Avionics Navigation Systems. Modeling of distributed human decision making in traffic flow management operations. Automatic dependent surveillance broadcast system . W. UNIT. Fourth edition. Outcome: The student will appreciate multi dimensional aspects of operations and systems. Technology enabled shift in controller roles and responsibilities. Air Transportation Systems Engineering. Identification of airport and airspace capacity constraints.I: Air Traffic Management: Introduction: Air traffic services provided to aircraft operators. modeling and control of ground operations at airports. (Editors). ISBN 156347-474-3 3. Donohue. Subsystems of ATM system.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. R. Future trends. ISBN 0-471-547956 33 . ISBN13:978-0-534-39388-5. 2004. and Fried. Collaborative Decision Making: Effect of shared information on pilot controller and controller.controller interactions.operational evaluation. G. Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control. 2. UNIT-III: Airport Operations And Constraints : Analysis. Effects of schedule disruptions on the economics of airline operations. Airborne collision avoidance systems... John Wiley.. Government responsibilities. UNIT-II: Economics Of Congestion: Impact of ATM on airspace user economic performance. Keyton. UNIT-IV: Safety And Free Flight : Accident risk assessment for advanced air traffic management. TEXT BOOKS 1. Thomson Learning. Airborne separation assurance systems.

feed back control loops. H. Wiley. Attitude dynamic equations of motion for a nonspinning satellite UNIT-III: Gravity Gradient Stanilization: Basic attitude control equation. Magnetic unloading of momentum exchange devices. M. Momentum-Biased Attitude Stabilization: Stabilization with and without active controls. Characteristics of rotational motion of a spinning body. Despinning and denutation of a satellite. Roll-yaw attitude control with two momentum wheels. Geostationary orbits. Spacecraft Attitude Determination and Control. Moment of inertia matrix in selected axis frame. TEXT BOOK 1. editor. Keplerian orbits in space. AIAA. Attitude kinematics equations of motion of a spinning body. R. Euler’s moment equations. Rotational kinetic energy of a rigid body. 2. Perturbed geostationary orbits. Wie. Kaplan. Moment of momentum. Reaction control system using only four thrusters... Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Reaction control and structural dynamics. 1998 3. Multiple-impulse orbit adjustment. Geostationary orbit corrections . Spacecraft Dynamics and Control. Perturbed orbits: Non-Keplerian orbits. Time-optimal attitude control. Single spin stabilization. 1978 34 . Sidi. SPACECRAFT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL (Elective-III) UNIT-I: Orbit Dynamics: Basic physical principles. 1997 REFERENCES 1. Cambridge University Press. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Control with momentum exchange devices. Modern Spacecraft Dynamics & Control. Wertz. Two body problem.And Dual-Spin Stabilization: Attitude stabilization during the ∆V stage. Space Vehicle Dynamics and Control. Time and Keplerian orbits. Attitude Dynamics And Kinematics: Angular momentum and inertia matrix. UNIT-II: Orbital Maneuvers: Single-impulse orbit adjustment. Reaction attitude control via pulse width modulation. Reidel Publishing. Estimation of fuel consumed during active nutation control. Euler – Hill equations. Reaction torques and attitude control loops. Active nutation control. Reaction thruster attitude control UNIT-V: Reaction Thruster Attitude Control: Set up of reaction thruster control. Gravity gradient attitude control Single. B. 1976. dual spin stabilization UNIT-IV: Attitude Maneuvers In space : Equations for basic control laws. Equation of motion of a particle in a central force field. Technical features of the reaction wheel. Marcel J. D. Magnetic attitude control. J. Perturbing forces and their influence on the orbit.

Sustainable Chain Reaction. Rocket Propulsion Elements.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Performance of Liquid Rockets. Fundamentals of Electric Propulsion. Martin Tajmer. Hall effect thrusters and Radio frequency thrusters. Antimatter Propulsion. John Wiley & Sons. Seventh Edition. Selection of Rocket Propulsion Systems. Multistage Rockets. Types of Rockets – Propellants. Ion Thrust and Electrical Efficiency. Potential Applications and Operational issues. Ideal and Optimal Flight Performance of Electric Propulsion.Engine Examples. Martin J. UNIT-III: Advanced Thermal Rockets : Improving Efficiency. Rocket Exhaust Plumes and Nozzles. Cryogenic Propellants. Station Keeping. Hybrid Propellant Rockets. Nuclear Propelled Missions UNIT-V: Advanced Propulsion Concepts: Pulse Detonation Engine. Combustion Chamber. Thrust Vector Control. Electric Power Generation: Radio Active Thermal generators. Katz Ira. 2008. UNIT-IV: Plasma Thrusters: Basic Plasma Physics. Mission Applications. 3rd Edition. Applications. Space Shuttle Main Engine. 3. Ariane MPS Liquid Propellant Rockets : Liquid Propellant Rockets Basics. 2001.. Nuclear Propulsion: Nuclear Fission Basics. Properties and Design of Solid Motors. Power. Goebel M. Propellant Characteristics. George P. Rocket and Spacecraft Propulsion: Principles. NSTAR Ion Engine. Basics of Thermal Rocket Engine-Thermodynamics and Performance Analysis. Gravity loss and thrust. Orion Spacecraft and GSLV Electric Propulsion : Electric Propulsion Principles. Fusion Propulsion. Springer Publication. Practical approaches and developments. Neutron leakage and control. Vulcan. Apollo 11 Case study.RS 68. ROCKET AND SPACECRAFT PROPULSION (ELECTIVE-IV) UNIT-I: Fundamentals Of Rocket Propulsion : Applications of Rockets. Two Modern Solid Boosters: Space Shuttle SRB. Performance analysis and Configuration. 2. Ignition Process and Instability. Principle of Nuclear Thermal Propulsion. Propellants and Feed Systems. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Sutton and Oscar Biblarz. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Electro-thermal thrusters-Performance and importance of Exhaust Velocity. Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines: Ariane Engine-Viking. . Combustion chamber and Nozzle. 2008. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Traveling at Relativistic Speeds. Propellant Choice and Performance. RL 10. Single stage to orbit concepts. 35 . Springer Publishing. Basic Configuration and Performance. Turner. Propellant Distribution Systems. Thermal Stability. Deep space Programs. Propellant Grain and Configuration. Low Power Electric thrusters. Solar sails. Electric Propulsion Engine Examples: Deep Space I. L. Advanced Space Propulsion Systems. Performance and Working of Nuclear Rocket Engine. 2004. Superluminal Speed. Injectors. Performance Analysis. Thrust and Energy. Electromagnetic Propulsion: Ion Propulsion. Orbits and Spaceflight. Arc-Jet Thrusters. Practice and New Developments. HM7 B. Thrust Chambers. Vehicle Design and Mission Concept. Selection of Rockets Depending on Mission Requirements UNIT-II: Solid Propellant Rockets : Solid Propellant Rockets. Transfer orbits. Combustion Instability. SMART I and PPS-1350. John Wiley Publications. Space Elevators TEXT BOOKS 1.

Space Transportation: A System Approach to Analysis and Design. Future Spacecraft Propulsion Systems. AIAA Education Series.W. 2009 3. Springer-Praxis. 2005 36 . Paul A.2. Czysz and Claudio Bruno. Second Edition. Hammond E.

Configuration selection Introdution To Design Of Composite Structures – II: Laminate joints. Under distributed transverse load. Herakovich-John Wiley & Sons. Biaxial strength criteria for an Orthotropic lamina UNIT. Jones.Carl. Materials selection. Stiffnesses. Invariant properties of an Orthotropic lamina. Advanced Composite Materials. Strengths of an Orthographic lamina. 1997. 1998 37 . Stress-strain relations for anisotropic materials. Outcome: At the end of the course students would be in a position to do analysis and design of composite structures using laminated thin plate theory. constitutive relationship. Design analysis philosophy for composite structures TEXT BOOK 1. Comparison of approaches to stiffness. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Inter-laminar stresses Bending And Buckling Of Laminated Plates: Introduction. Taylor and Francis. Applications of composite materials. Design requirements and design failure criteria. Manufacture of laminated fiber-reinforced composite materials. MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS (Elective-IV) Aim and Objectives: The course provides basic knowledge of composite laminates starting form microand macro-mechanics. Restrictions on engineering constants.III: Micromechanical Behavior Of Lamina: Introduction. Robert. M.I: Introduction To Composite Materials: Classification and characteristics. Special cases of laminate stiffness. Stress-strain relations for plane stress in an orthotropic material. Theoretical versus measured laminate stiffness UNIT IV: Macromechanical Behavior Of Laminates – II : Strength of laminates. Stress-strain relations for a lamina of arbitrary orientation. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Finally. 1999 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. methodologies for composite structural design are presented. Deflection of simply supported laminated plates. New Delhi. Second Edition. compliances. Governing equations. Classical lamination theory. Subsequently. Basic terminology. Mechanics of materials approach to strength Macromechanical Behavior Of Laminates . Himalayan Books. Mechanics of materials approach to stiffness. Current and potential advantages of fiber-reinforced composite materials. UNIT . Optimization concepts. to normal force-strain and moment-curvature relationship. Lalit Gupta. and engineering constants for orthotropic materials. Elasticity approach to stiffness. Buckling of simply supported laminated plates under in-plane load UNIT V: Introdution To Design Of Composite Structures – I. Mechanics of Composite Materials. Introduction to structural design. laminated thin plate theory is developed and used for deflection.I : Introduction. Mechanics of Fibrous composites. stress and buckling analysis. T. Mechanical behavior of composite materials. UNIT II: Macromechanical Behavior Of A Lamina: Introduction. 2.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M.

Tail area sizing. Apply creative skills. Boat-tail. Surface planform geometry tradeoffs. Boost flight performance. Wing aerodynamic center prediction. Examples of alternatives in establishing mission requirements. Aerodynamic heating prediction. Ramjet missile range robustness. Turn radius. Other survivability considerations. Steady state flight. Cost. Micro-Machined Electro-Mechanical Systems(MEMS). Launch platform integration Sizing Examples: Air-to-Air range requirements. Phases of Development/Design maturity. Ramjet engine/booster integration. Subsystem integration. Static stability.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Geometry. Roll orientation. Driving parameters for flight performance. Mass and propulsion optimization. Body buildup Propulsion Considerations In Tactical Nissile Design: Propulsion alternatives assessment. Thermal stress. Ramjet inlet spillage. Subsystem weight sensitivity to flight performance. Structure design. Cruise flight performance. Missile weight prediction. Ramjet missile drag due to booster integration. New technologies for tactical missiles. Weight and miss distance harmonization. Wing drag prediction. Flight trajectory shaping. Ramjet missile surface impact velocity. Solid propellant material alternatives. Seeker dome materials. Airframe material alternative. Reliability. Equations of motion modeling. Maneuver alternatives. Comparison with performance requirements UNIT-IV: Measures Of Merit And Launch Platform Integration: Robustness. Motor case alternatives. Ramjet propulsion/fuel alternatives. Summary and Lessons Learned: Iterate-theSystem-of-Systems Analysis. Tactical-missile follow-on programs. Examples of State-of-the-Art advancement. Verification process UNIT-V: Development Process. Miss distance. Ramjet thrust prediction. Wings versus no wings. Centre-of-gravity and moment-of-inertia prediction. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Wing sizing for maneuverability. Aerodynamic configuration sizing parameters. Examples of State-of-the-Art missiles. Examples of technology development. Exploit diverse skills. Ideal ramjet Mach number and temperature technology limit. Baseline missile UNIT-II: Aerodynamic Considerations In Tactical Missile Design: Missile diameter tradeoff. Intercept lead angle and velocity. Factor of safety. Warhead lethality. Ramjet specific impulse prediction. Nose fineness tradeoff. Computer-Aided sizing for conceptual design. Rocket motor performance. Ramjet inlet options. Coast flight performance. Stability and control conceptual design criteria. Insulation material alternatives. Normal force prediction for surfaces. Solid motor grain alternatives. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Flight control alternatives. Conceptual design process. Manufacturing processes. Localized aerodynamic heating Flight Performance Considerations In Tactical Missile Design: Flight performance envelope. TACTICAL MISSILE DESIGN (Elective-IV) Aim: Tactical missile design is taught from the point of view of structural. Lifting body versus axi-symmetric body. Insulation trades. Summary And Lessons Learned: Development Process:Technology Assessment/Roadmap. Solid rocket thrust control. Inlet shock loss. Rocket nozzle material alternatives UNIT-III: Weight Considerations In Tactical Missile Design: Benefits of lighter weight missile. Identify high-payoff measures of 38 . Fuel alternatives. UNIT-I: Introduction / Key Drivers In Design Process: Tactical Missile characteristics. Carriage and launch observables. Outcome: The student can take up problems in tactical missile design.

First Edition. Conduct balanced tradeoffs. Evaluate a broad range of alternatives. 2001 39 . Balance the tradeoff of importance versus priority. Utilize group skills. Develop good documentation. Refine the design. Tactical Missile Design. Start with a good baseline design. Evaluate technology risk. Iterate the configuration design. Maintain real-time documentation. Configuration sizing conceptual design criteria TEXT BOOK 1.merit. Eugene L. Freeman. AIAA Education Series.

Rolled up tip vortices. Bursting of rolled up vortices Nonlinear Aerodynamics Of Wings And Bodies At High Angles Of Attack: Analytical and semiempirical methods for calculations of the non-linear aerodynamic characteristics UNIT-IV: Nonlinear Panel Methods For Aircraft And Missile Configurationsat High Angles Of Attack: Nonlinear Vortex Lattice Method (NVLM) for subsonic flows. Numerical methods of solution of the Euler equations: Grid generation methods. High Angle of Attack Aerodynamics-Subsonic. Equations for the lifting wing at low speeds. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Finite volume methods. Rolling up of vortex wake behind wings. Flow over elongated slender bodies. UNIT-I: Description Of Flows At High Angles Of Attack: Introduction. Method of solution of the thin layer equations. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Non-steady aerodynamics at high angles of attack on slender configurations. Aircraft type configurations. Linear panel methods for the calculation of the subsonic aerodynamic coefficients for wings and bodies. Free vortex sheet method for subsonic flows. Grid topology. Euler computations on three-dimensional configurations at high angles of attack UNIT-V: Solutions Of Navier-Stokes Equations For Flows Over Configurations At High Angkes Of Attack: Formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations. finite element methods. Low and higher order linear panel methods for subsonic and supersonic flows. Transonic. 1992 40 . HIGH ANGLE OF ATTACK AERODYNAMICS (Elective-IV) Aim: The students will be given thorough understanding of high angle attack aerodynamics and related flow behavior. Springer-Verlag. multigrid calculations with Cartesian grids and local refinements.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Finite lifting wing of medium and high aspect ratio at low subsonic speeds. and Super sonic Flows. boundary and initial conditions. Numerical methods for solutions of Navier-Stokes equations. Outcome: The student will be able to describe and solve high angle of attack aero dynamics problems mathematically. Effect of separation at high angles of attack in hypersonic flows UNIT-II: Topology Of Separating And Reattaching Vortical Flows: Equations for vortical flows. Topological concepts for the analysis of vortical flows. Low aspect ratio rectangular wing at low subsonic speeds. Linear Aerodynamics Of Wings And Bodies: Equations for potential subsonic flows. Comparison of various panel methods UNIT-III: Vortex Flows And The Rolled Up Vortex Wake: Vortex core of the rolled up wake. Vortex breakdown. Josef Rom. Slender delta type wings. Solutions of Navier-Stokes equations for flows in three-dimensional configurations at high angles of attack TEXT BOOK 1. NVLM for supersonic flows Solutions Of Euler Equations For Flows Over Configurations At High Angles Of Attack: Euler equations. Finite difference methods.

Relation between δ and d. Navigation problem UNIT-V: Control Discontinuities and Path Constraints : Control Discontinuities Problem statement. controllability condition. Navigation problem 41 . Tests for a minimum. Other sufficient conditions UNIT-IV: Free Final Time. Navigation problem. Minimization Using Matrix Notation: Matrix algebra. Conversion of an optimal control problem into a parameter optimization problem. State equality constraint. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Free Initial Time and States: Free Final Time: First differential conditions. Solution of the linear equation. Differential of the state equation. Navigation problem Fixed Final Time. Fixed Final Time-Second Differential: Second differential. OPTIMAL CONTROL (ELECTIVE-IV) Aim: Advance optimization principles are taught in the subject. neighboring optimal paths. Acceleration problem. Function of two variables. Free Initial Time and States: Problem statement. Introduction to slack variables. Acceleration problem. General parameter optimization problem. Solution by the sweep method. Parameter Optimization: Distance problem. Differential of the final condition. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg. Constrained Minimization-Equality Constraints: Function of two constrained variables-Direct and Lagrange Multiplier approaches.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Outcome: The student will be able to apply optimization techniques in the domain of aerospace engineering. second differential conditions. Parameters as states. Legendre-Clebsch condition. First integral. General optimal control problem. Control inequality constraint. Navigation problem. Fixed Final Time-Tests for a Minimum: Weierstrass condition. Path Constraints: Integral constraint. Supersonic airfoil of minimum pressure drag. Second differential condition. Second differential conditions. First differential conditions.: Controllability: Fixed final time. Function of n constrained variables UNIT-III: Differentials in Optimal Control and Controllability: Differentials in Optimal Control: Standard optimal control problem. Distance and navigation problems. Tests for s minimum. Acceleration problem. Minimum distance on a sphere. Function of one. Second differential. Distance problem. two and n independent variables. Tests for A Minimum and Second Differential: Fixed Final TimeFirst Differential: First differential conditions-with and without final state constraints. Second differential conditions. Acceleration problem. General problem. Controllability-free final time. State inequality constraint Approximate Solutions of Optimal Control Problems: Optimal control problem with a small parameter. Function of n independent variables. Neighboring optimal paths on a sphere. Examples of linear programming. Necessary conditions and sufficient conditions UNIT-II: Parameter Optimization-I: Unconstrained Minimization: Taylor series and differentials. First differential conditions. UNIT-I: Introduction To Optimization: Classification of systems. Application to a general problem. second differential. Differential of the integral. Minimum distance on a sphere. Application to a particular problem. Eliminating bounded variables. Neighboring optimal paths. Legendre-Clebsch condition. Navigation problem. Function of n constrained variables Parameter Optimization-II: Constrained Minimization-Inequality Constraints: Boundary minimal points. Minimum distance between two points on a sphere. Matrix calculus. Neighboring optimal path.First Differential. Minimum distance from a parabola and a line. Optimal Control Theory: Distance problem. Tests for a minimum.

Bryson. Hull. ISBN: 0-38740070-2 REFERENCE BOOK 1. David G. 1975. Optimal Control Theory for Applications. Jr and Yu-Chi Ho. Arthur E. estimation and Control. Taylor & Francis. 2003. Springer-Verlag. ISBN 10: 0891162285 42 .TEXT BOOK 1. Applied Optimal Control-Optimization.

Simulation Experiments in Dynamics and Control using MATLAB and Simulink  Simulation of Aircraft motion-longitudinal dynamics.Torque free rotation of axisymmetric and asymmetric spacecraft . Elsevier Publication. Tewari. DIGITAL SIMULATION LAB-II Aim: To familiarize the student with analysis of aircraft components in virtual environment. Birkhauser Publication. lateral dynamics  Six-degrees-of-freedom simulation of aircraft motion with illustration of F-16 model  Simulation of reentry vehicle dynamics for ballistic reentry and maneuvering reentry  Simulation of non-linear control system for controlling roll dynamics of a fighter aircraft  Simulation of the following relating to satellite attitude dynamics: . I      II       Software development for the following using finite element methods: Thin walled beams Plate bending Beams analysis Trusses analysis Thin shells analysis Aerospace Structural Analysis using ANSYS Structural analysis of aircraft wing Structural analysis of aircraft wing (Composite material) Analysis of fuselage Rocket motor case analysis Structural and thermal analysis of rocket nozzles Fractural mechanics of crack propagation III. Ashish Tewari. 2006 2. 2002 43 . A. T. A. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engg.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD M. Engineering Analysis with ANSYS Software.Attitude maneuvers of spin-stabilized spacecraft REFERENCES 1. 2007 3. S. Tech – I Year – II Sem. Stolarski.Yoshimoto. Y. Outcome: The student shall be able to take up the knowledge in the design and modeling of aircraft structures. Nakasone. Modern Control Design with MATLAB and Simulink. Wiley. Atmospheric and Space Flight Dynamics.