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ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : : CHENNAI 600 025 REGULATIONS - 2009 CURRICULUM I TO IV SEMESTERS (FULL TIME)
SEMESTER I SL. NO THEORY 1 2 3 4 5 COURSE CODE MA9116 AV9111 AV9112 AV9113 AV9115 AV9115 6 E1 PRACTICAL 7 AV9118 TOTAL SEMESTER II SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 AV9121 2 AV9122 3 AV9123 4 AV9124 5 E2 6 E3 PRACTICAL 7 AV9127 COURSE TITLE Navigation Systems Aerospace Guidance and Control Mathematical Modeling & Simulation Rocketry & Space Mechanics Elective II Elective III Flight Control Lab TOTAL SEMESTER III SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 E4 2 E5 3 E6 PRACTICAL 4 AV9134 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20 18 1 4 21 COURSE TITLE Applied Mathematics for Avionics Engineers Digital Avionics Electro-optic systems Flight Instrumentation Bridge Course Aircraft Engineering (For Non-Aero students) (OR) Electronic Systems (For Aero students) Elective I Avionics Integration Lab L 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 C 4 3 3 3 3
COURSE TITLE Elective IV Elective V Elective VI Project Work (Phase I) TOTAL SEMESTER IV
L 3 3 3 0 9
T 0 0 0 0 0
P 0 0 0 12 12
C 3 3 3 6 15
SL. COURSE NO CODE PRACTICAL 1 AV9141
COURSE TITLE Project Work (Phase II) TOTAL
L 0 0
T 0 0
P 24 24
C 12 12
Total no.of credits to be earned for the award of Degree = 68
ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : : CHENNAI 600 025 REGULATIONS - 2009 CURRICULUM I TO VI SEMESTERS (PART TIME)
SEMESTER – I SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 MA9130 2 AV9111 3 AV9115 PRACTICAL 4 AV9118 TOTAL 9 1 4 12 COURSE TITLE Applied Mathematics for Avionics Engineers Digital Avionics Aircraft Engineering Avionics Integration Lab L 3 3 3 0 T 1 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 4 C 4 3 3 2
SEMESTER – II SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 AV9122 2 AV9124 3 E1 PRACTICAL 4 AV9127 TOTAL 9 0 4 11 COURSE TITLE Aerospace Guidance and Control Rocketry & Space Mechanics Elective - I Flight Control Lab L 3 3 3 0 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 4 C 3 3 3 2
SEMESTER – III SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 AV9112 2 AV9113 3 E2
COURSE TITLE Electro-Optic Systems Flight Instrumentation Elective - II TOTAL
L 3 3 3 9
T 0 0 0 0
P 0 0 0 0
C 3 3 3 9
SEMESTER – IV
SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 AV9121 2 AV9123 3 E3
COURSE TITLE Navigation Systems Mathematical Modeling & Simulation Elective - III TOTAL
L 3 3 3 9
T 0 0 0 0
P 0 0 0 0
C 3 3 3 9
SEMESTER V SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1 E4 2 E5 3 E6 PRACTICAL 4 AV9134
COURSE TITLE Elective IV Elective V Elective VI Project Work (Phase I) TOTAL
L 3 3 3 0 9
T 0 0 0 0 0
P 0 0 0 12 12
C 3 3 3 6 15
SEMESTER – VI SL. NO 1 COURSE CODE AV9141
COURSE TITLE Project Work (Phase II) TOTAL
L 0 0
T 0 0
P 24 24
C 12 12
Total no. of credits to be earned for the award of Degree = 68
LIST OF ELECTIVES
SL. NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 -
COURSE CODE AV9151 AV9152 AV9153 AV9154 AV9155 NE9164 AV9166 AV9164 AV9168 AV9169 AV9170 AV9171 AV9172 AV9173 AV9174 AV9175 AV9176 CP9167 AV9177 NE9156 AV9178 NE9167 CP9159 AV9179 COURSE TITLE Digital Fly-By-Wire Control Avionics System Engineering Display Engineering Fault Tolerant Computing Programming in Ada Microwaves and Radar Electronic Warfare Instrumentation for Flight testing Human Engineering UAV System Design Aircraft Product &System Engineering, Standards & Certification Active Control Technology Airborne Fire Control Flight Mechanics Missile Technology Fault Tolerant Control Satellite Architecture and communication Digital Image Processing Airborne Actuators & Sensors Real Time Embedded System Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility Detection and Estimation theory Soft computing Avionics Network Technology L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
2.M. with ODE Architect CD.R. UNIT III MATRIX THEORY 12 Special vectors and matrices – Matrix inversion lemma – The Cholesky decomposition – Singular value decomposition UNIT IV GRAPS. Wiley Eastern Ltd.MA9116 APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR AVIONICS ENGINEERS LTPC 3104 AIM: To make available the advanced concepts of Engineering Mathematics to the engineers and to provide the necessary mathematical skills that are needed in modeling physical processes. Calculus of Variations. 2.. UNIT I NONLINEAR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION 12 Introduction – Equations reducible to linear form – Bernoulli’s equation – Riccati’s equation – Special forms of Riccati’s equation – The Lane . Iyengar. 2005. “Advaned Engineering Mathematics”. UNIT II CALCULAS OF VARIATIONS 12 Introduction – Euler’s equation – Lagrange’s equations of Dynamics – Integrals involving higher order derivatives – Problems with constraints – Direct methods and Eigen value problems. OBJECTIVES: The students will have an exposure on various topics such as Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equation. L: 60 TEXT BOOKS: 1.K.K.K. Matrix Theory.M. “Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Science students”. Graphs.R.P.R. John Wiley.E. Radmore. 9th Edition. Matrix Operations. 3. 2006. “Schaum’s outline series”. Boyce & DiPrima. And Jain.S. Stephenson.G. PATHS AND CYCLES Graphs – Sub graphs – Complements – Graph isomorphism – Vertex degree – Eulerian graphs – Planar graphs – Hamiltonian graphs. 12 UNIT V RANDOM PROCESSES 12 Classification – Stationary random processes – Markov process – Auto correlation and Cross correlation functions. New York. REFERENCES: 1. Paths and Cycles and Random Processes and will be able to deploy these skills effectively in the solution of problems in avionics engineering. Jain. Bronson. 8th Edition. Kreyszig. Cambridge University Press 1999.Emden equation – The nonlinear Pendulum – Duffing equation. Mc Graw Hill. 1989. 1987. “Numerical Methods for Scientific & Engineering Computation”. 5 .
MFDs. Evaluating system design and Future architecture .R.Software Assessment and Validation -Civil and Military standards . HUD. “Digital Avionics Systems”. HMD. Avionics sub-systems and design. Chapman and Hall. Automatic Test Equipment . C.S. Longman Scientific and Technical. VALIDATION AND CERTIFICATION 11 UNIT III Fault tolerant systems . Synthetic and enhanced vision.Establishing spares level.J. ARINC-429. AVIONICS SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: DISPLAYS. N. HDD.A. U. “Trend in Advanced Avionics”. comparing the Military and Civil Requirements and Tips for Power System Design. situation awareness. Civil and Military aircraft cockpits.Software costs . IOWA State University. Development and integration-Use of simulation tools.ATLAS. Remote diagnostics and maintenance support-Life Cycle Costs for Military and Civil Avionics . ARINC-629. character displays etc. “The Avionics Handbook”. DVI. Englewood Cliffs. DESIGN AND INTEGRATION 11 MIL-STD-1553B. Longman Group UK Ltd. Jim Curren. UNIT IV PACKAGING 4 Modular Avionics Packaging . 2000. REFERENCES: 1. 5.AV9111 DIGITAL AVIONICS LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO AVIONICS 4 Role for Avionics in Civil and Military Aircraft systems. CSDB.Cash flow analysis .G. defining avionics System/subsystem requirements-importance of ‘ilities’.H. Cary R . “Avionics Systems”. 1996.Certification of Civil Avionics. Spitzer. UNIT II AVIONICS SYSTEM DATA BUSES. 2.ARINC and DOD types . Panoramic/big picture display.Hardware assessment-FARs guide certification requirements-Fault Tree analysis –Failure mode and effects analysis – Criticality.system cooling EMI/EMC requirements & standards. virtual cockpit-Civil and Military Electrical Power requirement standards.P.Hardware and Software. D. damaging modes and effects analysis Software development process models . Avionics system design.Trade-off studies . HOTAS. Alphanumeric displays. “Introduction to Avionics”. UNIT VI MAINTENANCE and COSTS OF AVIONICS 4 BIT and CFDS. England. 6 .. Middleton.Speeds maintenance .Spitzer. 1987. UNIT V SYSTEM ASSESSMENT. 4. CRC Press. AFDX and its Elements. Prentice Hall. I/O DEVICES AND POWER 11 Trends in display technology. 1992. stand alone and integrated Verification and Validation. Avionics system architectures. Collinson R. MFK. 1989. L: 45. 3....
Keith Atkins. Image intensifier tubes. Opto mechanical design of camera and systems. Newyork. UNIT IV IMAGING DEVICES AND TRACKING SYSTEMS 12 Imaging tubes: Vidicon.Hawkes. Prentice Hall of India. 11th ed. “Optoelectronic devices and Systems”. Emissivity and Kickoff’s law. Surrey.AV9112 ELECTRO OPTIC SYSTEMS LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Electro Magnetic spectrum.B. 2. Description and design features of typical passive search and detection. Richard. Infrared imaging.C. MIL STD 1773 etc. John Wiley and Sons. Servo Control. Optical resonators. Introduction to Holography. Temporal and spatial coherence. Black body sources. New Delhi. 3. 2005. Cavity dumping. 1992. Optical tracking. Laws of Black body radiation. “Jane's Electro-optic Systems. S. Atmospheric propagation characteristics: Scattering effect. 4. fiber optic sources and detectors. Introduction to gas.Hudson. Laser gyro. Mode locking. pyroelectric vidicon etc. Magneto optic and Acousto Optic modulators. 7 . J.F. solid and semiconductor lasers Modulators: Electro Optic. Satellite Radiometers. UNIT II LASER SYSTEMS 9 Theory of Laser operation. Multiplexing schemes for onboard avionics. Fiber optic gyro L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Scintillations. Focal plane arrays (FPA).Gupta. “Infrared System Engineering”. Avionics fiber optic data busses: IEEE std 1393.Wilson and J. Forward looking Infra Red (FLIR) Tracking and Homing systems.Jr. Thermal radiation. Laser hazards and Safety measures UNIT III INFRARED SYSTEMS 9 Infrared and thermal detectors. Q switching. Janes Information Group Ltd. 2006. Description and design features of laser ranging and guidance system. 2005-06”. “Optoelectronics an Introduction”. CCD. Prentice Hall of India.D. LIDAR UNIT V FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS 9 Types of Fiber optic cables and their characteristics. New Delhi. Transmission through rain. Sensor steering and stabilization. 2005.
engine vibration. 4. 1999. torque. 2. UNIT VI FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND HANDLING SYSTEMS 6 FMS. RMI. McGraw-Hill. Vol I to IV.Functional elements of an instrument system-System representation. Vertical speed indicators. DGU.. New York. Rate gyro-rate of turn and slip indicator. fuel flow. 1995 3.AV9113 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTATION LTPC 3003 UNIT I MEASUREMENT SCIENCE 9 Instrumentation brief review-Concept of measurement-Errors and error estimation. monitoring. “Aircraft Instruments & Integrated systems”. acceleration and turning errors. manifold pressure. UNIT II AIR DATA INSTRUMENTS AND SYNCHRO TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 9 Air data instruments-airspeed.Static and dynamic characteristicscalibration. Gyro horizon.O. Angle of attack measurement. McGraw-Hill. Murthy. Direction gyro-direction indicator.Flight planning-flight path optimization-operational modes-4D flight management Introduction to telemetry flight data testing.J.H. EPR. “Aerospace Telemetry”. McGraw-Hill. Pallet.S. temperature measurement. Longman Scientific and Technical. Application of telemetry in UAVs and Satellites L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. gyro system. altitude. fuel quantity measurement. HarryL. Prentice-Hall Space Technology Series. Doeblin. 8 .E. “Measurement Systems Application and Design”. UNIT IV AIRCRAFT COMPASS SYSTEMS 6 Direct reading compass. engine power and control instruments-measurement of RPM. deviation compensator UNIT V POWER PLANT INSTRUMENTS 6 Pressure measurement.V. E. Static Air temperature. 1992. monitored gyroscope system. magnetic heading reference system-detector element. exhaust gas temperature. D. Turn coordinator.Estimate of system performance-classification of aircraft instruments-Instrument displays panels and cockpit layout. “Transducers and Measurements”. Synchronous data transmission system UNIT III GYROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS 9 Gyroscope and its properties.Stilz.
Areas of their application L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Kermode.Design feature Aircraft materials. Range and endurance 9 UNIT IV AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES 9 Introduction to Aircraft structures . Dynamic instability and control.motions of a plane Pitching.C. U. “Aircraft Structures for Engineering Student’s II Edition”. UNIT II AERODYNAMICS 9 Airfoils and streamlines .lift and drag . principles of operation. 1990 9 .stalling. V-n diagram. LPE. Van Sickle Neil D.forces acting on an airplane . taxiing . 1985. spinning.. Megson T. Edward Arnold. A. Pearson Education.theory of flight. Kent. “Modern Airmanship” Vann strand Reinhold. power plant classification. UNIT V PROPULSION 9 Aircraft propulsion.H.Take-off’s landing .A. Rocket propulsion. Rolling and Yawing-Banking. 3.Loads . (Revised by RH Bernard & DR Philpott). Different types of flight vehicles.cross wind take-offs and landings. 2.speed and power – physical properties and structure of atmosphere . New York.AV9115 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING LTPC 3003 UNIT I CONFIGURATION OF AIRPLANE AND ITS COMPONENTS 9 How an Airplane flies . Concepts of static and dynamic stability and control. 2005.Types of construction . spirals . “Mechanics of Flight”. skidding and slipping .S.components of an airplane and their functions . UNIT III STABILITY AND CONTROL Introduction to stability and control.starting.
Newnes Publication.Assembly language Programming-Timer and Counter Programming..Logic gates. Adder. Conditions for oscillation. Ramakant A. Second Edition. timer. 2007. Satyabrata Jit. Arithmetic functions. analysis and design of clocked sequential circuits. New Delhi. sample and hold circuit. ECL. Flip Flops. Relaxation oscillators UNIT IV MICROPROCESSOR BASED SYSTEMS 9 The 8085 microprocessor. Prentice Hall Inc. CMOS. Prentice Hall/ Pearson Higher Education.New Delhi. 1999. Millman's. London. 5. UNIT II DIGITAL SYSTEMS 9 Review of TTL. Analog interfacing and industrial control. voltage comparator. “Microprocessor and Microcontroller Fundamentals: The 8085 and 8051 Hardware and Software”. Counter. Albert Paul Malvino. Astable and Bistable mutivibrators. Tata McGraw Hill. Shift Register. Introduction to 16 bit Microcontrollers. UNIT V MICROCONTROLLER BASED SYSTEMS 9 8031 / 8051 Micro controllers:– Architecture. Encoder. VCO.D/A and A/D conversions – Multiple Interrupts . Stepper motor controller. “Op-Amps And Linear Integrated Circuits”. 1997 10 . Donald P Leach. PLL. Asynchronous sequential circuits.Schmitt Trigger. William Kleitz. A/D and D/A converter. Jacob Millman. UNIT III SIGNAL GNERATORS 9 Monostable. “Digital Principles and Applications”.. “Inroduction to Microprocessor and Microcontroller”. 4. 6th Edition Tata McGraw Hill. Goutam Saha. 2004. interfacing with Alpha numeric displays. LC oscillators. Demultiplexer / Decoder. John Crisp. Christos C Halkias. New Delhi. applications. RC phase shift oscillator. New York.2006. Multiplexer. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. Crystal oscillator. 2. LCD panels.External Memory interfacing –. 3. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1.AV9115 ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS LTPC 3003 UNIT I LINEAR IC’s 9 OP-AMP specifications. Gayakwad. interfacing circuits. Wien bridge oscillator.
Using the interactive driver to transmit or receive the data a) On a single PC by loop back connection. 6. Simulation of PPI P: 60 11 . Testing of installation of MIL –STD-1553. ARINC-429 and ARINC -629 cards in transmitting And receiving mode 3. b) PC to PC by connecting a shielded pair of wires. 5. ARINC-429 and ARINC -629 card (Self test) 2. b) Using connector (shielded pair of wires). Transmit and receive the messages a) Using loop back connection with single card. Configuring MIL –STD-1553. Testing of installation and configuring of AFDX card in transmitting and receiving mode. 4. FM. Implementation of Wireless RC transceiver using AM. Microcontroller based Data Acquisition System 7.AV9118 AVIONICS INTEGRATION LABORATORY LTPC 0042 1.
1995. 1993. N. Accelerometers UNIT II INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 9 INS components: transfer function and errors-The earth in inertial space. Platform and Strap down.M. 2nd edition. A. 1975. GLS . Albert D. Helfrick. Slater. Co. Nagaraja. & Bhattacharya. “Elements of Electronic Navigation”.Doppler –LORAN. “Inertial Navigation Analysis and Design”. 5.ADF. Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. the coriolis effectMechanisation. “Radar System and Radar Aids to Navigation”. 6. UNIT III RADIO NAVIGATION 12 Different types of radio navigation. New York. Academic Press Inc. Career & Technology. 1964. George M Siouris. Gimbal lock. Schuler loop. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Donnel.Ground controlled approach system . Myron Kyton. 1988. Prentice Hall Education. J. A Modern Synthesis’. New Delhi. 1994.Fiber optic gyro. 1997 2.. VOR/DME. Second Edition. 4. Sen. DECCA and Omega TACAN UNIT IV APPROACH AND LANDING AIDS 6 ILS.S. ‘Practical Aircraft Electronic Systems’. compensation errors. MLS. Different co-ordinate systems. Albert Helfrick. Walfred Fried. C. 3. Introduction to Kalman filtering-Estimation and mixed mode navigation-Integration of GPS and INS-utilization of navigation systems in aircraft L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. ‘Aerospace Avionics System.. 7.O and others. Khanna Publishers.AV9121 NAVIGATION SYSTEMS LTPC 3003 UNIT I INERTIAL SENSORS 6 Gyroscopes-Mechanical-electromechanical-Ring Laser gyro. A. Prentice Hall Career & Technology. ‘Modern Aviation Electronics’.F.2nd edition. 12 .surveillance systems-radio altimeter UNIT V SATELLITE NAVIGATION & HYBRID NAVIGATION 12 Introduction to GPS -system description -basic principles -position and velocity determinationsignal structure-DGPS.B. INS system block diagram. Alignment. John Wiley & Sons.K. ‘Avionics Navigation Systems’.
J. homing guidance laws. John Wiley. Explicit guidance. New York.definition.L. Introduction to Fly-by-wire flight control systems. 5.J. 1977. Methods of Obtaining Coordination. Yaw Orientation Control system. Implicit guidance schemes. Oxford. Blake Lock. Collinson R. Pergamon Press. Gain scheduling concepts. UNIT V MISSILE AND LAUNCH VEHICLE GUIDANCE 12 Operating principles and design of guidance laws. Mission requirements. Stability augmentation systems. New York. Launch Vehicle. Glide Slope Coupler and Automatic Flare Control and Flight path stabilization. Acceleration Control System. Longitudinal control law design using back stepping algorithm. Bernad Etikin. 1996.P. John Wiley Sons. 6. Garnel. Chapman and Hall. turn compensation. Historical background UNIT II AUGMENTATION SYSTEMS 7 Need for automatic flight control systems. ‘Aircraft control & simulation’. Q guidance schemes L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. India. McGraw Hill. John Wiley Sons.D.P. 3. 1992. control augmentation systems. ‘Introduction to Avionics’. ‘Guided Weapon control systems’. UNIT IV LATERAL AUTOPILOT 10 Damping of the Dutch Roll. Stevens B. Lateral control law design using back stepping algorithm.C ‘Flight stability & Automatic Control’. 1990. & East. 4.Introduction. 1989. 2.short range.AV9122 AEROSPACE GUIDANCE AND CONTROL LTPC 3003 4 UNIT I INTRODUCTION Introduction to Guidance and control .L & Lewis F. 1972.H ‘Automatic control of Aircraft and missiles ‘. Nelson R.G. UNIT III LONGITUDINAL AUTOPILOT 12 Displacement Autopilot-Pitch Orientation Control system. 13 .’Dynamic of flight stability and control’. Medium range and BVR missiles. Automatic lateral Beam Guidance.
continuous probability function. 2. Instructor’s facilities. and Rolfe. Continuous System models. Arrival patterns. 1992. G. Representation of time delays. System dynamics diagrams. Simulator Certification. Gordon. Equation of motion. Analog methods. Cobweb models. System modeling. CONCEPTS IN SIMULATION 8 Stochastic Variables. UNIT IV SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR FLIGHT SIMULATION 12 Historical background growth and decay models. Data sources. Validation. Distributed lag models.J. Various types of distribution. Continuous uniformly distributed random number. UNIT III SYSTEM SIMULATION 10 Discrete events. the effectiveness of Simulator.M.. 1986. “System Simulation” .AV9123 MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND SIMULATION LTPC 3003 UNIT I SYSTEM MODELS AND SIMULATION 7 Continuous and discrete systems. Multi – segment models. Hybrid simulation. Gathering statistics. Counters and summary statistics. Interactive systems. Generation of arrival patterns. Stables. Prentice – Hall Inc.flight simulators L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Motion system. J. 14 . digital analog simulators. Static models. Continuous system simulation language (CSSLs). Structure and cockpit systems. K. Discrete probability functions. Numerical computation techniques for models. Differential equation.. Representation of time. The user’s role. Representation of aerodynamics data. Principles used in modeling the techniques of simulation. UNIT II PROBABILITY. advantage of simulator. UNIT V FLIGHT SIMULATOR AS A TRAINING DEVICE AND RESEARCH TOOL 8 Introduction. Measure of probability functions. “Flight Simulation”. Simulation language. Congestion in systems. Simulation programming tasks. Dynamic models. Visual system. Aircraft systems. Cambridge University Press. The Dynamo Language Elements of Mathematical models. Simulation of an autopilot. in.
R. London.. London. 1982 REFERENCES: 1.. L : 45 TEXT BOOKS: 1. Pitman Publishing Co. 2. UNIT IV ROCKET AERODYNAMICS 9 Description of various loads experienced by a rocket passing through atmosphere – drag estimation – wave drag... 1980. Ltd.aerodynamic and jet control methods of rocket vehicles . 1982. “Rocket Propulsion and Space Dynamics”. 5th Edition. “Rocket Propulsion Elements”. G. “Materials for Missiles and Spacecraft”. inclined and gravity turn trajectories determinations of range and altitude – simple approximations to burnout velocity – staging of rockets.AV9124 ROCKETRY AND SPACE MECHANICS LTPC 3003 UNIT I ORBITAL MECHANICS 9 Description of solar system – Kepler’s Laws of planetary motion – Newton’s Law of Universal gravitation – Two body and Three-body problems – Jacobi’s Integral. 15 . “Elements of astromechanics”.thrust equation – one dimensional and two dimensional rocket motions in free space and homogeneous gravitational fields – Description of vertical.W. Freeman & Co. form drag and base pressure drag – Boat-tailing in missiles – performance at various altitudes – conical and bell shaped nozzles – adapted nozzles – rocket dispersion – launching problems.. Cornelisse. Ltd.P. 2.. skin friction drag.W. Van de Kamp. UNIT V STAGING AND CONTROL OF ROCKET VEHICLES 8 Need for multistaging of rocket vehicles – multistage vehicle optimization – stage separation dynamics and separation techniques. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Inc.. J. E. J. Librations points Estimation of orbital and escape velocities UNIT II SATELLITE DYNAMICS 9 Geosynchronous and geostationary satellites life time – satellite perturbations – Hohmann orbits – calculation of orbit parameters – Determination of satellite rectangular coordinates from orbital elements UNIT III ROCKET MOTION 10 Principle of operation of rocket motor . Sutton. 1986. Parker.SITVC. New York. McGraw-Hill Book Co.
Development Of Longitudinal Equations Of Motion 5. Design of Lateral Autopilot 9. Design of displacement longitudinal autopilot 6. Design of Kalman filters P: 60 NOTE: Implementation using MATLAB.AV9127 FLIGHT CONTROL LAB LTPC 0042 1. Nyquist plot and Polar plot techniques 2. Design Of Automatic Glide Slope Control System And Flare Control System 7. Development Of Lateral Equations Of Motion 8. Flight-Gear & Aerosim or any equivalent software 16 . Design of Turn Co-ordination system 10. Design of Van-Guard Missile system 12. Design of lead. X-plane. Performance Improvement Of Aircraft Dynamics By pole placement technique 4. Design of observers 13. lag and lead-lag compensator for aircraft dynamics 3. Design of Automatic Lateral beam guidance system 11. Stability analysis using Root locus. Bode plot.
LTV IAP. Redundancy management (voting. UNIT II ELEMENTS OF DFBW CONTROL 9 Description of various elements of DFBW systems . quadruplex architecture for DFBW system. Implementation. Sperry Phoenix Programs. ‘Modern Air Combat’. Vernon R Schmitt. UNIT V DESIGN ISSUES IN DFBW SYSTEM DESIGN 11 Thermal consideration. 17 . ADP Phases-Simplex package Evaluation -FBW without Mechanical Backup-Survivable Stabilator Actuator package. 2. Failure and maintenance philosophies. Concept of cross-strapping.AV9151 DIGITAL FLY-BY-WIRE CONTROL LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FLY-BY-WIRE CONTROL 7 Need for DFBW systems.21. Historical perspectives in design Programs-Douglas Long Beach Programs. Generic failures in Hardware and software. Actuator command voting and servo force voting etc. 17.15) 5. 4. 23. 1998. AGARD-CP-384. AGARD-CP-137. UNIT IV SOME REQUIREMENTS FOR DFBW SYSTEM DESIGN 9 Survivable Flight control System programs.10. Salamander Books Ltd . CCV and ACT concepts. CAS and SAS. Built-in-test features. reliable software development. 2001. Reliability requirements and their relevance to DFBW system design. redundant power supply requirements. Advanced concepts in DFBW System Design L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. “Stability and Control” (Chap. Fault coverage and redundant architecture UNIT III DFBW ARCHITECTURES 9 Need for redundant architecture. “Active Control Systems Review”. Environmental and weight. Evaluations and Projections. volume constraints.Concept of redundancy and reliability. 22. SAE International. discussion on triplex vs. James W Morris and Gavin D Jenny. “Fly By Wire-A Historical Perspective”. Issues of digital control laws. “Advances in Control systems”. 24) 3. WPAFB B 47 In House Program. monitoring). (Chap. AGARD-CP-260.
Allan G. James E.Requirements And Management. Operating Environment-Interfaces with the Subsystems UNIT III SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES AND INTEGRATION 9 Systems Architectures-Modeling and Trade-Offs.Configuration Control Process-Portrayal of a System-Varying Systems Configurations. UNIT II AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND DESIGN 9 Everyday Examples of Systems-Aircraft Systems-Generic Systems-Product Life CycleDifferent Phases-Whole Life Cycle Tasks-Systems Analysis.Compatibility-Factors Affecting Compatibility – Systems Evolution Considerations and Integration of Aircraft Systems UNIT V SYSTEMS RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY 9 Systems and Components-Analysis-Influence. Andrew P.Sydenham .Examples of Systems Integration-Integration Skills-Management of Systems Integration UNIT IV PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND CONFIGURATION CONTROL 9 Stake holders-Communications-Criticism. Inc. Economics.. 2004. Sage.Trade Studies-Integrated Product And Process Development.Design Drivers in the Project.Verification of Systems Requirements.Evolution of Avionics Architectures-Systems Integration Definition. "Introduction to Systems Engineering (Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management)”. Product. “Design and Development of Aircraft Systems: An Introduction “. “Systems Approach to Engineering”.AV9152 AVIONICS SYSTEM ENGINEERING LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 9 Overview-Systems Definition And Concepts-Conceptual System Design. 3. 1992. Aslaksen. 18 . 2. 4. Artech house. “Systems Engineering”. (Aiaa Education Series). Design for Reliability-Fault and Failure Analysis-Case Study-Maintenance Types-Program-Planning and Design L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Erik and Rod Belcher.System Engineering Process. London. 2004. Prentice Hall. Jr. Armstrong. Seabridge and Ian Moir. 2000. Peter.
7. CRC Press.B. Donald Hearn & Pauline Baker. Languages” Prentice –Hall. Curve and elipse Algorithms – Attributes – 2D” transformation – viewing. etc and their characteristics UNIT II COCKPIT DISPLAYS 10 Head up displays – Basic principles – Holographic HUDs . Prabath K. Judith Jeffcoate. 5.voice interactive systems. 1982. Head down displays – Raster overlay display generation – Digitally generated color map displays. “Multimedia Systems & Design”. First Edition. Second edition. 2000. 10. Algorithms. The Avionics Handbook. Spitzer. 1987. 1995.AV9153 DISPLAY ENGINEERING LTPC 3003 UNIT I DISPLAY DEVICES 9 Trends in display technology – Alphanumeric displays. First Deition. 2004. Prentice Hall of India. Helmet mounted displays – Helmet design factor – Helmet mounted sights – Head tracking system. 1988. 2003. First Edition. Vandam. New Jersey. Collinson – Introduction to Avionics. Digital Avionics System. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Davis. Spitzer. Chapman & Hall. “Interactive Computer Graphics. Prentice Hall. Pearson Education. Foley. Prentice – Hall. Pearson Education. LCDs. Prentice Hall O India. Data structures. Multifunction displays – control and data entry – Multifunction keyboards. 9. Cary R. Plasma display. 3. Basic components of display systems. Huges. character display etc. 4. Cooly. 8. UNIT III DISPLAY PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS & ARCHITECTURE 8 Concepts – Role of display processor – Design steps – Hardware architecture and Building blocks – Software Architecture – Symbol Generator –Display drive circuits – Display management Processor UNIT IV COCKPIT EVALUATOR 8 Generation of display symbologies with facilities for quick modification and evaluation Cockpit Information and Display Controls Organization and Optimization UNIT V COMPUTER GRAPHICS 10 2D Graphics: Line. 3D Graphics: 3 D Concepts – Object Representation – Transformation – Viewing – Color models – Animation – Multimedia technologies – Compression and decompression – Data and file format standards – Full motion video – Storage and retrieval technologies. Computer Displays. “Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice”. 1996. 19 .G. “Multimedia In Practice Technology And Applications”. Andleigh & Kiran Thakrar. Goloi W. R.K. CRT displays. 1995. 1996 2. Feiner. “Computer Graphics”. Solid state displays. Second Edition. 6.”Essence of Computer Graphics”.HUD electronics – HUD design and display generation.
AV9154 FAULT TOLERANT COMPUTING LTPC 3003 UNIT I FAULT TOLERANCE 10 Principles of fault tolerance – redundancy – quantitative reliability – evaluation – exception handling. Fault tolerant principles and practice. R. 1983. Prentice – Hall. prediction and application. McGraw – Hill. C. Application of fault tolerant systems in aircraft – reliability strategies – Fault Tolerant Processor – Hardware and software UNIT II ERROR DETECTION 12 Measure for error detection – Mechanisms for error detection – Measures for damage confinement and damage assessment – Protection mechanisms – Protection in multi-level systems UNIT III ERROR RECOVERY 12 Measures for error recovery – mechanisms for error recovery – check points and audit trials – the recovery cache – Concurrent processes – recovery for competing process – recovery for cooperating process – distributed systems – fault treatment – location and repair.Erroneous transitions and states – component / design failure – errors and faults. 3. UNIT IV SOFTWARE FAULT TOLERANCE 4 The recovery block scheme – Implementation of recovery block – Acceptance – tests – runtime overheads UNIT V SYSTEMS STRUCTURE AND RELIABILITY 7 System structure – systems model – Software / Hardware interaction and multi-level systems – atomic actions – systems reliability – systems specification . Anderson and Lee. Siewiorek. Okunito.P. Kzuhira. Software reliability measurement. 20 . 1981 2. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. and Swartz. Musa.S Theory and practice of reliable system design. John D. 1989. McGraw – Hill. Anthony Jannino.
Text file I/o. UNIT III ADA PACKAGES 9 Declaration and bodies-packages-compilation units. case. John English I edition. McGraw Hill II edition. “ Java 2 The Complete Reference”. Ada: Introduction & Ada reference manual. exceptions .Heibrunner s.integer . numeric literals.multitasking. Ada 95: Problem solving and program design. identifiers. Peary DE-Addison Wiley. 6. loop iteration schemes.Encapsulation.HegardH-Springer Verlag Ada: Reference manual. Herbert schildt. Ada in industry. software inspection.if. McGraw Hill. 3.History of Ada -Inheritance. 2.Cohen. float. 4. debugging. formal parameters. handling. 1996. UNIT II ADA DATA TYPES 9 Basic Ada structures. Elliot B. I/O capabilities. records. Programming language-Spamger verlag Ada as a second language. 1999. visibility rules. 8. Array. Ada applets. UNIT V INTERFACING WITH OTHER LANGUAGES 9 Interfacing with C. 1995. Boolean. Addison – Wesley.Cambridge UniversityPress-1988. Ada structures. child packages. user defined types & rule typesEnumeration. Java interfaces and aliased components. Ada for experienced programmers-Habermann AN. UNIT IV PARALLEL PROGRAMMING 9 Access types-declaration -unbounded types. Ada bindings. Java vs. Feildman. lexical elements. 5. parameter passing.flight safety and Ada. package command line options. subprograms-declaration. control structure. Ada. 21 . 2007.local and global variables. 1983. Ada 95: The Craft of object oriented programming. unchecked deal location-task and protected types.AV9155 PROGRAMMING IN ADA LTPC 3003 UNIT I OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 9 Overview. other Ada capabilities REFERENCES: 1. 7. loop.declarations. character literals. dynamic dispatching (polymorphism). Prentice Hall. Basic types. generics-definitions. program units. various text file. Michael B. recursion and efficiency. limited and private limited types. Koffman. Norman H.
TEDS. Prentice Hall.NE9164 MICROWAVES AND RADAR LTPC 3003 UNIT I MICROWAVE SOURCES 10 Passive waveguide components.. Radar Handbook (Second Edition) McGraw Hill. 1990. Liao. High-. 22 .I. TRAPATT. Blackman S. Skolnik. UNIT II RADAR PRINCIPLES 8 Introduction to Radar – Radar range equation – Receiver noise and signal to noise ratioRadar cross section (RCS) – Radar system – Radar Antennas UNIT III TYPES OF RADARS 10 CW and FMCW radars-Tracking radars-MTI radar -Principles of coherent MTI radars . Skolnik. Microwave Devices and Circuits.Radar ambiguity function – Optimum waveforms for detection in clutter – Classes of waveforms – Digital representation of signals -Pulse compression UNIT V TRACKING RADAR 8 Tracking with radar – Monopulse Tracking – conical scan and sequential lobing – limitations to tracking Accuracy. Morris. 6. Artech House Publishers. Introduction to Radar System (Second Edition) McGraw Hill. UNIT IV RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING 9 Radar requirements –Matched filters. Magnetrons. 4. M. Harkness.S. Prentice Hall. IMPATTS. Second Edition. and TWTS solid state source . 1996. Y. 2004 2. M. 3. Guy V. 1980. Simple theory and operating characteristics of Reflex klystrons. Airborne Pulsed Doppler radar.Kalman Tracker -Fundamentals of Airborne radar L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. 5. Two cavity Klystrons. GaAs FETs and Tunnel diode. Microstrip line structure and components.Nathanson “ Radar design Principles “ Signal processing and the environment. “Multiple target tracking with radar applications” Artech House 1986. Principles of Pulsed Doppler Radar. Fred E.Digital MTI. Synthetic Aperture radar. Low-. Linda L. and mediumPRF Mode.I. 1980.
COUNTER MEASURES (ECCM) 12 Radar applications in weapon systems .noise jamming . 3. 1990. “Electronic War from Battle of Osushima to the Falklands and Lebanon Conflicts”.The pre-processor the data servo loop .AV9166 ELECTRONIC WARFARE LTPC 3003 3 UNIT I ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) PRINCIPLES AND OVERVIEW Electronic Warfare taxonomy-EW Mission and scenarios UNIT II ELECTRONIC SUPPORT MEASURE (ESM) RECEIVERS ELECTRONIC COUNTER MEASURES (ECM) 12 Radar Warning Receivers (RWR) .Jamming equations . UNIT V ELECTRONIC COUNTER .EM sensor subsystem .Radar types and characteristics.Managed Jamming. “Introduction to Electronic Warfare’. U.Antenna Technology .ECM .The receiver subsystem . D.EW at millimeter Wavelength . A.K..Passive direction finding and emitter .Mile parameter tracking .B..Low Observability EW technology. Bhattacharya.A. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1.EW receiver sensitivity UNIT IV EW SIGNAL PROCESSING 9 Signal environment . “Radar Systems & Radar Aids to Navigation”. Khanna Publishers.location . UNIT III RADAR AND ECM PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS 9 Radar detection performance low RCS aircraft . Curtis Schleher.EW receiver technology .Modern ECM systems. Ritana Books. New Delhi. 23 .S. Artech House Inc. A. 1986 2. EW Technology and Future Trends . Sen.ECM transmitter power source technology . Mario De Archnaelis.Advanced pulley power .Deception Electronic Counter Measures (DECM) . 1988.
C. V.Principles of demultiplexing .Data analysis. 1986. ‘Instrumentation Devices and Systems’. McGraw-Hill.Instrumentation & Telemetry .Typical range activities .AV9164 INSTRUMENTATION FOR FLIGHT TESTING LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO FLIGHT TESTING 5 Introduction .Stilz. Sharma. Frequency and Time Division Multiplexing . Rangan.Design and analysis.Sampling – System design . UNIT III TELEMETRY SYSTEM 14 System block diagram.R.S. Vol I to IV. Sensors & Transducers.Generalized performance characteristics –Errors. ‘Measurement Systems . Prentice-Hall Space Technology Series.Pulse code modulation.Techniques . Link parameters . Mani. PAM and PCM Demultiplexing systems . UNIT IV GROUND TELEMETRY STATION 10 Introduction . “Aerospace Telemetry”.Planning .Application and Design’. 1986.FM. 24 . 3. Radio Link Airborne and ground antennas.TSPI Systems.Methodology . 2. UNIT II DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS 12 Basic concepts of measurement . G.IRIG Standards . McGraw-Hill. Doebelin.S.Recorders .Units .. O. Frequency Modulation Pulse amplitude modulation .V.Data compression UNIT V RANGE INSTRUMENTATION Introduction . HarryL. Types selection .Quick look displays .System error analysis. 4 L: 45 REFERENCES: 1.
Robert G. Passenger . UNIT IV ANTHROPOMETRY 11 Definition. “Opto – electronics for technology and engineering” Prentice Hall.Transport aircraft and helicopters. 1989. Thermal stress. Static and dynamic anthropometry. ltd.Scope. Importance. J. Human motor activity. human factor considerations. Office of Naval Research Dept. 3. Noise vibration and fatigue. 25 . UNIT V HUMAN FACTORS STUDY IN RELATION TO AVIATION-STRESSES 11 Hypoxia. William L. crew seat design . types of life-support system. Checklist for good display/indicator selection and arrangements for displays. “Optoelectronics”. Selection of sensory modalities for displays. Basic principles of seat design. Infrared Handbook . Sensory and motor processes.1978. Zissis. UK. Life support system in Aircraft. Seippel. UNIT III HUMAN CONTROL OF SYSTEMS 10 Principles of control design and related devices. speech communication. coding of controls. Work space lay out for Fighter. 1988. New Jersey. scope and applications Purpose of man machine system. Wolfe and George J. Van Nostrand Reinheld (UK) co. Operational functions and components. Acceleration. Design criteria for displays. Helicopters and Transport aircraft. Wasten.. Anthropometry and cockpit Design. Design of controls in aircraft cockpit. UNIT II INFORMATION DISPLAYS 10 Types of information presented by displays.AV9168 HUMAN ENGINEERING LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ENGINEERING AND MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS 9 Definitions. Types of systems. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. 2. Human information processes.seats. of the navy Washington DC.
1998. ASIN: 0710612575. KTH. configuration. “Microcontroller Systems for a UAV”. engines 9 types-equipment UNIT III AVIONICS HARDWARE 9 Autopilot –AGL-pressure sensors-servos-accelerometer –gyros-actuators. P. 4. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company. KTH. Kimon P. “Introduction to UAV Systems”. Inc. Thomas J Gleason. Valavanis.power supplyprocessor. Nelson. “Advances in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: State of the Art and the Road to Autonomy”. Inc.J. Paul G Fahlstrom. Chaput. UAV Systems. 34. Skafidas. integration. and testing UNIT IV COMMUNICATION PAYLOADS AND CONTROLS 9 Payloads-Telemetry-tracking-Aerial photography-controls-PID feedback-radio control frequency range –SAS-flight director-commands and videos-elements of control loops-flight computer sensor-displays-parameter settings-modems-memory system-simulation-ground test-analysis-trouble shooting UNIT V PATH PLANNING AND MAV Waypoints navigation-ground control software-Recent trends in UAV-Case Studies 9 REFERENCES: 1. Flight Stability and Automatic Control. Springer. 26 . 2002 5. Dr. TRITA-FYS 2002:51 ISSN 0280-316 X. Sixth edition. installation. McGraw-Hill. 2002.AV9169 UAV SYSTEM DESIGN LTPC 3003 9 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO UAV History of UAV –classification –basic terminology-models and prototypes –applications UNIT II BASICS OF AIRFRAME Airframe –dynamics –modeling. 1998.structures –wing designmaintenance and management-control surfaces-specifications. R. Said and H. “Ground studies for pilots’ flight planning”.Swatton . Jane’s Information Group. 1999 2. “Design of Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems”. “Power supply system for UAV”. Jane’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Targets. 2007 6. Armand J. Chayeb. 3. 2001 8. 2002. 7. Robert C.
Standalone testing of subsystems. Organizing. Software Life Cycle. Contractual Considerations. Configuration Management Process. Requirement Determination and Assignment of Development Assurance Level. Safety Assessment Process. Certification Process and Coordination.254) 8 System Aspects of Hardware Design Assurance. Advisory Circular. Certification Process. Verification. Process Assurance. System Development. MOPS. Configuration Management. L: 45 27 . Metrics. Modeling and Simulation. Software Configuration Management Process. Planning Process. Development / Procurement of HW/ SW of Subsystems. Avionics Upgrades. Regulation. Overview Of Aircraft And Engine Certification. Software Quality Assurance Process. Product Certification Process Roadmap UNIT IV SOFTWARE CONSIDERATIONS IN AIRBORNE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT CERTIFICATION (DO-178B) 8 System Aspects Relating To Software Development. Functional Analysis. Risk Management Planning. TSO. Physical Partitioning. Flight Testing. SW updates. Management Considerations UNIT III CERTIFICATION OF AVIONICS SYSTEMS 5 Certification. SW Integration.Work Breakdown Structure. Software Planning Process. Delegation.AV9170 AIRCRAFT PRODUCT &SYSTEM ENGINEERING. Hardware Design Life Cycle. Technical Reviews and Audits. Configuration Management. Validation of Requirements.Overview. Regulatory and Advisory Agencies. Design Synthesis. Requirements Analysis. Hardware Design Life Cycle Data UNIT VI CERTIFICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR HIGHLY-INTEGRATED OR COMPLEX AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (SAE ARP4754) 8 System Development Process Guidelines and Methods. Functional Analysis and Allocation. Software Verification Process. Hardware Design Processes. Supplementary Type Certification. Software Life Cycle Data. Tool Qualification. Civil Aviation Authorities. Integration of Avionics System in Aircraft. Process Assurance. Validation and Verification Process. Formal Methods UNIT V DESIGN ASSURANCE GUIDANCE FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC HARDWARE (DO. And Managing . SW Reliability Models. Certification Liaison Process. Systems Engineering Process Outputs System Analysis and Control . Avionics Architectural Design.Systems Engineering Planning. Implementation Verification. Organizing and Integrating. UNIT II SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 8 The Systems Engineering Process . Specification of HW/ SW of Subsystems. Order. Additional Considerations -Use of Previously Developed Software. Operational Test and Evaluation by user. Deployment. HW/SW Integration. STANDARDS & CERTIFICATION LTPC 3003 UNIT I AVIONICS SYSTEM ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT CYCLE 8 Establishing the Avionics System Requirements by Mission Scenario Analysis. Product Improvement Strategies. Trade Studies. Avionics System Integration in Ground based Integration Lab. Certification Liaison Process. Type Certification. Software Development Processes. Development Assurance and Safety Directed Development Concept.
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Relaxed static stability flying qualities requirements . AGARD-CP-157. 1975. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Propulsion and Flight Control Integration Technology (PROFIT) UNIT II ACTIVE CONTROL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 5 Stability augmentation. redundancy UNIT III FLY-BY-WIRE TECHNOLOGY 8 Fly-By-Wire concepts. Manoeuvre load control. UNIT IV FLYING QUALITIES 13 Definition.spin-stall prevention and similar limiting concepts . 4. 1974.Combat maneuvers. AGARD-AG-234. Ride smoothing. 1977. Command augmentation. AGARD-CP-228. Flutter-mode control. Gust load alleviation.Smith criteria. UNIT V CONTROL MODES OF COMBAT AIRCRAFT 7 Pitch rate Command . Aerodynamics: Relaxed static stability. 3.Typical fly-by-wire flight control system elements . and Gust load control. ‘Impact of active control technology in aircraft design’.AV9171 ACTIVE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY LTPC 3003 UNIT I ACTIVE CONTROL FUNCTIONS 12 Introduction-active control technology concepts-control configured vehicle-Design Philosophy.Attitude hold system . Cooper . 5. ‘Advance in Control systems’. Reliability. AGARD-IS-89. 2. side force control. AGARD-CP-260.analog and digital FBW Systems . 1978. fatigue alleviation.Harper rating scale .Application of fly-by-wire technology to civil and military aircraft. 1977. ‘Structural aspects of active Controls’. Control of aircraft center of gravity. AGARD-CP-137. Primary and secondary electrical flight control system.flying qualities requirements . 1978. 6. Structures. Elastic mode stabilization. ‘Task oriented flight control Systems’.Carefree maneuvering . 29 . ‘Active controls aircraft Design’. ‘Stability and control’. Redundancy and architecture trade studies .Lower order equivalent systems criteria Neal . Automatic Configuration management.
Bombing modes. United States Naval Test Pilot School. Time of Flight of the projectile.. Walter Wrigley and John Hovorka. Attack Courses.AV9172 AIRBORNE FIRE CONTROL LTPC 3003 UNIT I FIRE CONTROL 6 Introduction -Fire Control problems. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Velocity jump correction and the error corrections. Hit probability. Prediction computation. ‘Fire Control Principles’. UNIT III FEATURES OF FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS 8 Line of sight and the tracking line. UNIT IV ORIENTATION MEASUREMENTS WITH GYROS Gyroscopes. George W. Bombsights. Airborne systems Course. computed weapon line and correct weapon line. McGraw-Hill Book Co. prediction. 1981. 2. Vectors in fire control. Weapon line. Lead computing. AD A130541. Bombing computations. Single axis tracking loops 8 UNIT V FIRE CONTROL COMPUTING SYSTEMS 16 Computing methods and system classification. Geometrical Interference. Space Integration. ‘Integrated Weapon system Test and Evaluation’. Classification of fire control systems. prediction. Curvature correction. Controlled line. Measurements of direction. 30 . Miss-producing effects.Masters. UNIT II FIRE CONTROL PROBLEM FOR PROJECTILES 7 Statement of the fire control problem. Pursuit and proportional navigation courses. Geometrical approach. Coordinate and computing frames. 1959.
J. flight design for dynamic stability and response requirements – importance of stability derivatives. 31 . UNIT II STEADY STATE STABILITY AND CONTROL 9 Static – Straight-line flight – Maneuvering. Laying down of relevant specifications – Flight planning and flight test data analysis. Pergamon Press. .1975. John Wiley. 1972. Bernad Etikin. ‘Airplane flight dynamics and automatic flight controls’. 4. UNIT III STABILITY AND CONTROL OF THE ELASTIC AIRPLANE 8 Frequency response of airplane – atmospheric disturbances and their effects on flight – effect of atmospheric turbulence on flight stability.Roskam Aviation and Engg corporation.C ‘Flight stability & Automatic Control’. Babister.structural constraints on configuration selection.’Dynamic of flight stability and control’. 2. 1980.Aerodynamic and thrust forces and forward motion – steady state – Perturbed state. ‘Aircraft Stability and Response’ I Edition.Flight mechanics analysis to support aircraft configuration. UNIT IV DESIGN AND ORIENTATION 10 Mission requirements leading to total configuration selection – role of aerodynamic design in the selection of total configuration. A. UNIT V SYSTEM AND MISSION ORIENTATION 10 Automatic flight controls – Formulation of Guidance Laws – Concepts of advanced control technology – Mission requirements – selection of flight modes – Conceptual design of system.W. McGraw Hill. Part I and II. 3. 1989. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1.AV9173 FLIGHT MECHANICS LTPC 3003 UNIT I FLIGHT DYNAMICS 8 General equation of motion for rigid airplane – concept of equilibrium . Nelson R. Roskam.Identification of aircraft parameters.
Merrill. aerodynamic prediction method.RCS UNIT V MISSILE TRAJECTORY CALCULATIONS 8 Vertical.explicit .forces acting on vehicle . and actuation . coordinate frames. 32 .inertial . 1959. 1980. GUIDANCE & CONTROL 12 Navigation .numerical computation of ballistic trajectories. Chin. inclined and gravity turn trajectories – determination of range and altitude.types . basics of trajectory dynamics.PN – APN . “Guided Weapon Control Systems”. “Flight Performance Handbook for Powered Flight Operations”. wind tunnel and flight testing of missile models and missile prototypes.AV9174 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY LTPC 3003 UNIT I MISSILE SYSTEMS 8 Introduction . S.basic relations of motion .history . 1963.radar based terrain mapping. nozzle theory and performance parameters of solid rockets and ramjet and compound jet engines – evaluation of flight performance . D. 3. control – autopilot. S.GPS . Inc. Inc.multi stage vehicles UNIT IV NAVIGATION. J. G. UNIT III PROPULSION 8 Principles of jet propulsion and rocketry. UNIT II AERODYNAMICS 9 Missile aerodynamics. “Dictionary of Guided Missiles and Space Craft”..design methodology.pneumatic electromechanical . 2nd Edition.classification .hydraulic . 4. McGraw Hill. P. 2. 1961. L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. missile ground systems radars – launchers. guidance .beam riding – CLOS. Van Nostrand and Company. “Missile Configuration Design”. Garnel. John Wiley & Sons. aerodynamic loads & performance analysis. Pergamon Press.missile system elements. Frederick White.
1998. Janos. Springer-Verlag London. Marcel Dekker.J. 1998. 2. 33 . “Robust Estimation and Failure detection”.Gertler.AV9175 FAULT TOLERANT CONTROL LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Scope of -Approaches to fault detection and diagnosis:-Model free methods and Model based methods -Introduction to Random variables-Distribution-BivariatedistributionMultivariatedistribution-Normaldistribution-Maximum likelihood distribution-Hypothesis testing UNIT II ANALYTICAL REDUNDANCY CONCEPT 9 Additive faults and disturbance-Multiplicative faults and disturbanceResidualgenerationDetectionproperty-Isolationproperty-Computationalproperty-Design of Residual generationSpecification and implementation UNIT III PARITY EQUATION IMPLEMENTATION OF RESIDUAL GENERATOR-PARITY EQUATION FORMULATION 9 Implementation of single residual-Implementation with input output relation-Fault system matrix Design for structure residual-Structural definition-Canonical structures-Handling disturbance-Residual structure for multiple faults UNIT IV DESIGN FOR DIRECTIONAL RESIDUAL 9 Directional specifications-Parity equation-Linearly dependent columns Residual generation for parametric faults-Representation of parametric fault-Design for parametric fault and model errors-Robustness in residual generation-Perfect decoupling from disturbance UNIT V ADVANCE TOPICS 9 Fault diagnosis using Kalman filtering-Fault diagnosis using principle component analysis – Fault diagnosis using ANN and Fuzzy clustering Case study: Aircraft fault detection L = 45 REFERENCES: 1. second edition. Rami S.Mangoubi. “Fault detection and diagnosis in engineering systems”.
1988.Average temperature in Space – Transient temperature evaluation – Thermal control techniques – Temperature calculation for a spacecraft – Thermal design and analysis program structure – Thermal design verification – Active thermal control techniques. UNIT II SPACECRAFT CONFIGURATION AND SPACECRAFT POWER SYSTEM 9 Spacecraft Bus – Payload – Requirements and constraints – Initial configuration decisions and Trade-offs – Spacecraft configuration process – Broad design of Spacecraft Bus – Subsystem layout-Power sources – Energy storage – Spacecraft Power management – Power distribution. Cambridge University press. UNIT V SATELLITE TELEMETRY.Larson – 1999. TRACKING AND TELECOMMAND Base Band Telemetry system – Modulation – TT & C RF system – Telecomm and system 8 L = 45 REFERENCES: 1. Kluwer Academic Publisher.Orbital Mechanics – Orbit Perturbations – Special orbits – Space Environment. Lecture notes on “ Satellite Architecture”.Wertz and Wiley J. ISRO Satellite Centre Bangalore – 560 017 34 . UNIT III SPACECRAFT ATTITUDE AND ORBIT CONTROL SYSTEM (AOCS) 9 Coordinate system – AOCS requirements – Environment effects – Attitude stabilization – Attitude sensors – Actuators – Design of control algorithms. Space Mission Analysis and Design (Third Edition) by James R. 2. 3. 4. James R.Sidi “Spacecraft Dynamics and Control”. Marcel J. Spacecraft configuration. UNIT IV PROPULSION SYSTEMS. 1997. STRUCTURES AND THERMAL CONTROL 10 Systems Trade-off – Mono-propellant systems – Thermal consideration – System integration design factors – Pre-flight test requirements – System reliability Configuration design of Spacecraft structure – Structural elements – Material selection – Environmental Loads – Structural fabrication –Orbital environments .Wertz “Spacecraft Attitude Determination and Control”.AV9176 SATELLITE ARCHITECTURE & COMMUNICATION LTPC 3003 UNIT I SATELLITE MISSION AND ORBITS 9 Mission Overview – Planning – Analysis _ Operations .
Fast Wavelet transforms. 5. UNIT IV MULTI RESOLUTION ANALYSIS AND COMPRESSIONS 9 Multi Resolution Analysis: Image Pyramids – Multi resolution expansion – Wavelet Transforms. 2. FFT. UNIT III IMAGE SEGMENTATION AND FEATURE ANALYSIS 9 Detection of Discontinuities – Edge Operators – Edge Linking and Boundary Detection – Thresholding – Region Based Segmentation – Motion Segmentation. Frequency Domain: Filtering in Frequency Domain – DFT. Image Recognition.. 2004. Prentice-Hall India.Jain. Constrained and Unconstrained restoration models. File Formats Introduction to the Mathematical tools UNIT II IMAGE ENHANCEMENT AND RESTORATION 9 Spatial Domain Gray level Transformations Histogram Processing Spatial Filtering – Smoothing and Sharpening. 2008. Joshi. Rafael C. Smoothing and Sharpening filters – Homomorphic Filtering. Vaclav Hlavac and Roger Boyle. UNIT V APPLICATIONS OF IMAGE PROCESSING 9 Representation and Description. 3. Feature Analysis and Extraction. First Edition. DCT.Gonzalez and Richard E. 2008. Third Edition. “Image Processing. . 4. Noise models. Image Compression: Fundamentals – Models – Elements of Information Theory – Error Free Compression – Lossy Compression – Compression Standards – JPEG/MPEG. Third Edition. Richard E. Pearson Education. Third Edition. “Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB”. Rafael C. Analysis and Machine Vision”.Woods and Steven L.Woods. Prentice-Hall India. 2007. ‘Digital Image Processing: An Algorithmic Approach”. Wavelet Packets. Pearson Education. Anil K. “Digital Image Processing”.CP9167 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING LTPC 3003 UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS OF IMAGE PROCESSING 9 Introduction – Elements of visual perception. 2006. Steps in Image Processing Systems – Image Acquisition – Sampling and Quantization – Pixel Relationships – Colour Fundamentals and Models. Milan Sonka. Brooks Cole.Gonzalez .Image Understanding – Image Classification – Video Motion Analysis – Image Fusion – Steganography – Colour Image Processing L = 45 REFERENCES: 1. Eddins. Madhuri A. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. 35 .
J. Pitman publishing Ltd.Basic principles. Neal E. MEMS sensors UNIT V SENSOR TESTING Test philosophies and methodologies. theory and applications. Performance testing of sensors. 2. force balance and piezoelectric accelerometers. 1977. Servo-loop analysis actuator design . E. Laser Gyroscopes . Types of actuation systems.Rate integration and free Gyro. 36 . ‘Aircraft instruments. AND TESTING 9 Linear and non-linear actuation system. 1981. UNIT IV INERTIAL SENSORS 9 Gyroscope. Rate Gyros . Accelerometers-.Principles . Pallett.. Performance testing test equipments for actuation systems.Inertial navigation . Spring mass.AV9177 AIRBORNE ACTUATORS AND SENSORS LTPC 3003 9 UNIT I AIRCRAFT ACTUATION SYSTEMS Introduction -Principles of actuation systems. Electrohydraulic Servo Systems. modeling of actuation systems. 3. Published by Editors of Hydraulics & pneumatics magazine.Principles & Theory.H. ‘Electro-mechanical actuation development AFFDL-TR-150’ DEC 1978. Test equipment. Valves.Wood et al. 9 UNIT III MODELING. Vertical and Directional Gyros. UNIT II SERVO COMPONENTS Actuators. London. James Ephraim Johnson. Gyro equations. 9 L: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Servo amplifiers pick-offs. DESIGN.testing methodologies. principles and applications’.
Threads.Prasad. ((UNIT – IV) 5.Real Time Scheduling Algorithms . Interrupts. uC/Os-overview. “Mobile Communication”.Barnett.A.L. Dr.V.Principles of Embedded Computer System Design”.P. Pearson Education. Addison-Wesley. L. “Real Time UML 2nd Edition”. (UNIT – I) 7.Douglass.Bailey. Handheld Devices – Target Image Creation – Programming in Linux. David E-Simon. (UNIT – III) 6. “Computers as Components . UNIT III CONNECTIVITY 9 Wireless Connectivity .J.K. Pankaj Gupta. 2004. (UNIT – I) 8.M. 2006. B. “Embedded Real Time Systems Programming”. Sriram V Iyer. S. (UNIT– II) 3.Memory Management – Overview of Operating Systems for Embedded. Prentice-Hall International. R.Schiller. L= 45 REFERENCES: 1. 1997.Cox.O. Kang G. Real Time. “Embedded C Programming and the Microchip PIC”. Black Book.Cull.K. C. D. “An Introduction to Real-Time Systems”.K. R. Mergen Kaufman Publisher. Mc-Graw Hill. J. Wayne Wolf.NE9156 REAL TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 12 Real Time System – Embedded Systems – Architecture of Embedded System . Design and Programming”. 2007. VxWorks. RTLinux.II) 4.Simple Programming for Embedded System – Process of Embedded System Development Pervasive Computing – Information Access Devices – Smart Cards – PIC Microcontroller – ARM Processor. “Embedded/Real Time Systems: Concepts.Krishna. Tata McGraw Hill. Addison-Wesley 2000. 9.Bluetooth – Other short Range Protocols – Wireless Application Environment – Service Discovery – Middleware UNIT IV REAL TIME UML 6 Requirements Analysis – Object Identification Strategies – Object Behavior – Real Time Design Patterns UNIT V SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND CASE STUDY 9 Concurrency – Exceptions – Tools – Debugging Techniques – Optimization – Case Studies Interfacing Digital Camera with USB port and Data Compressor. 2.Buhr. (UNIT. DreamTech press. “An Embedded Software Primer”. Thomason Learning 2004. 2005. Events . 1999. 1999. UNIT II EMBEDDED/REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM 9 Operating System Concepts: Processes.Shin. 37 . “Real Time Systems”.
462. Isolation Transformer. Radiated interference measurements: EMI Shielded Chamber. Edward M. Ground Coupling. W.Ott. Power Mains and Power Supply Coupling. Practical concerns. Measurement Antennas. IEEE / Wiley Interscience. Grounding. Radiated and Transient Coupling. Radiated Common Mode and Ground Loop Coupling. Common Impedance. Transient EMI. Civilian standards. EMI Filters. ANSI. TEM Cell. Site imperfections and Errors. Newyork. 3. IEEE Press. L = 45 REFERENCES: 1. Open Area Test Site. Sources of EMI: Natural. Power line filter design. Technologies. Prasad Kodali. Near Field Cable to Cable Coupling. Mark I. Definitions. Signal Control. MIL461. “Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility: Principles.AV9178 ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE AND COMPATIBILITY LTPC 3003 UNIT I EM ENVIRONMENT 9 Concepts of EMI and EMC. and Computer Models”. EMC connectors. Effects of EMI on Airborne systems. UNIT IV EMI CONTROL TECHNIQUES 9 Shielding. UNIT V EMC DESIGN OF PCBS 9 Digital Circuit radiation. Precautions. PCB Designs guidelines for reduced EMI. Apparatus and Circuits. Measurements. Anechoic chamber. 704E. Newyork 2004. Component Selection and Mounting issues. Cross Talk in PCB traces. Differential mode interferences Pulsed EMI Immunity. Henry W. CE mark. “Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems ". Gaskets. Conducted Interference measurements Common mode. “Testing for EMC compliance”. conducted and radiated EMI. John Wiley and Sons.F standards. UNIT III EMI STANDARDS AND MEASUREMENTS 9 Units of specifications. Nakauchi. 2nd Edition. EFT tests. 1988. Noise. Reverberating chamber. Zoning. UNIT II EMI COUPLING PRINCIPLES 9 Conducted. Newyork. Montrose. Propagation Delay Models. 2001. IEEE. optoisolators. Radiated Differential Mode Coupling. 38 . Transient Suppressors. EMI Test. Power Distribution Decoupling. Bonding. 2. ESD. IEC standards. Impedance Control. Surge testing.
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4. N. 2003. 5. Pearson Edn. “Neural Networks Algorithms. 2003. Mitchell Melanie. N. Chuen-Tsai Sun.Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Reasoning – Fuzzy Inference Systems – Fuzzy Expert Systems – Fuzzy Decision Making UNIT V NEURO-FUZZY MODELING 9 Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems – Coactive Neuro-Fuzzy Modeling – Classification and Regression Trees – Data Clustering Algorithms – Rulebase Structure Identification – Neuro-Fuzzy Control – Case studies. Zurada.N. 4. Prentice Hall. Addison Wesley.Sivanandam · S.Deepa. PWS Publishers. David E. “Introduction to Fuzzy Logic using MATLAB”. 1997. Jyh-Shing Roger Jang. 1998. “Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems”. 3. 2007. Prentice Hall.Machine Learning Approach to Knowledge Acquisition UNIT III NEURAL NETWORKS 9 Machine Learning Using Neural Network. S. Prentice-Hall of India. “An Introduction to Genetic Algorithm”. Eiji Mizutani.Machine Learning Basics UNIT II GENETIC ALGORITHMS 9 Introduction to Genetic Algorithms (GA) – Applications of GA in Machine Learning . 2007. REFERENCES: 1. Applications. George J. 3.CP9159 SOFT COMPUTING LTPC 3003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO SOFT COMPUTING AND NEURAL NETWORKS 9 Evolution of Computing . Springer.N. Adaptive Networks – Feed forward Networks – Supervised Learning Neural Networks – Radial Basis Function Networks . L = 45 TEXT BOOKS: 1. “Genetic Algorithms in Search. Goldberg. and Programming Techniques”. 1995. James A. Klir and Bo Yuan.. 1992. Sumathi and S. S. “Introduction to Genetic Algorithms”. “Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic-Theory and Applications”. Sivanandam. Skapura. 2. Springer.Reinforcement Learning – Unsupervised Learning Neural Networks – Adaptive Resonance architectures – Advances in Neural networks. Jacek M. 2. “Neuro-Fuzzy and Soft Computing”. Freeman and David M. 40 . UNIT IV FUZZY LOGIC 9 Fuzzy Sets – Operations on Fuzzy Sets – Fuzzy Relations – Membership Functions. S.Soft Computing Constituents – From Conventional AI to Computational Intelligence . Optimization and Machine Learning”. Deepa.
Andrea’s willig. Military Gigabit type – Ethernet Architecture – Modems .Pilot vehicles-other defense and aerospace application-Scalable Coherent interface-SCI/RI-Integrated modulator avionics. UNIT II ATN (AERONAUTICAL TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK) 9 ATN Concepts – ATN functionality – ATN Components – End Systems – ATN physical and administrative structures – ATN planning and implementation process – ATN Router. 9 UNIT V REAL TIME INTEGRATED AVIONICS NETWORK 9 Inter networking. Elsevier publication.Sharma. “Wiresess Sensor Networks: An Information Processing Approach”. 2002. Fifty edition 2005. Holger Karl.Fiber channel-RF over fiber. IEEE AESS Magazine. 3. for Mobile Communication Network”.sivalingam and Tarip znati. “Avionics Data Buses”. Leonidas guibas.2004. “Protocal and Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks”. 9. 4. CRS press. Shozo Komaki. Clifford Headuey. “Wireless Sensor Networks”. 5.Highly integrated photonics (HIP)Routing in optics.Pervez. “Radio Over Fiber Technology. Govind P Agarwal. “Raman Amplification in Fiber Opical Communication Systems”. M. “Wireless Sensor Networks: Architecture And Protocol-Edgar”. Feb 2003. Frank Gross. Carry A spitzer. 8.IP based routing in FBW-Smart antenna networking. 2004. Springer publication.B.AV 9179 AVIONICS NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY LTPC 3003 UNIT I OPTICAL NETWORKS 9 Fiber channel. Jan 2006. Tara-McGrall publications. A.Amplification in optics.Raghavendra Krishna. L = 45 REFERENCES: 1. Hamed Al-Raweshidy. 2004.Multimedia. “Avionics Data Buses: Overview”. “Smart Antennas for Wireless Communication” Wisely Publications. 2002.WDM LAN. 7. Jian-Guozhang.S. 41 . C. Feng zhao.Wideband mobile routers – Smart router – IP Address in cockpit UNIT III WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK 9 Introduction-Challenges for wireless sensor networks-Comparison of sensor network with ad hoc network-single node architecture-Hardware components-energy consumption of sensor nodes-Network architecture-sensor network scenarios-types of sources and sinks-single hop versus multi-hop-networks-multiple sinks and sources-Design principles-Development of wireless sensor networks-Application-military-Target detection tracking-Habitat monitoringEnvironmental disaster monitoring. John willey publication. UNIT IV WIDEBAND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKS FOR MILITARY AVIONICS Communication data link (CDL) .Callaway. H. A. 6. 2. second edition 2004.
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