Aerospace Structures (AEM 341) is a core aerospace engineering course for the study of methods of analyzing advanced beam and stressed skin structures typical of aerospace vehicles. Dr. O’Neill taught this course in the Spring of 2018.Book: Introduction to Aerospace Structural Analysis, Allen & Haisler, Wiley. ISBN 0-471-88839-7 (Book Review)
Goals: By the end of the course, students should be able to:
- Understand structural terminology, nomenclature, and aerospace structural elements.
- Demonstrate basic static and accelerated loads concepts and estimates.
- Determine principle stresses and principle directions
- Demonstrate structural analysis of advanced beams and cells in bending and torsion
- Demonstrate analysis of shear and shear flow
- Analyze, design and test an aerospace structure as a term project
- Fluently converse with loads and stress teams in a design setting
Course Evaluation: The student course evaluation is at: 18-AEM341-AerospaceStructures. I appreciate the kind words.
- His notes are extremely clear, and he very effectively communicates the material. He’s far more concerned about us understanding the material than anything else.
- Helped me regain my hope and enthusiasm for aerospace