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101101001 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion |
Prof. A M Pradeep ,Prof. Bhaskar Roy |
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IIT Bombay |
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L1-Course Intro & Historical development of flights L2-Early development of aircraft propulsive devices L3-Development of Jet propulsion for aircraft L4- Introduction to thermodynamics, Scope and method, Basic concepts: system, surroundings, property, intensive and extensive, state, equilibrium and state postulate, process, path and cycle L5- Quasi-static processes, zeroth law of thermodynamics and temperature, concept of energy and its various forms, internal energy, enthalpy L6- Specific heats at constant pressure and volume Work and heat transfers L7- Tutorial L8- First law of thermodynamics for closed systems L9- First law of thermodynamics for open systems/flow processes L10-Second law of thermodynamics, heat engines, refrigerators and heat pumps, Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statement of second law of thermodynamics L11- Reversible and irreversible processes, concept of entropy L12- Increase of entropy principle, third law of thermodynamics, absolute entropy, perpetual motion machines L13- Tutorial L14- Carnot cycle, Carnot principle, thermodynamic temperature scale L15- Exergy, availability and second law efficiency L16- Tutorial L17- Gas and vapour power cycles, Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle L18- Rankine cycle, Brayton cycle, Stirling and Ericsson cycles L19- Thermodynamic property relations, Jacobean and Legendre transformations, Maxwell�s equations L20- Tutorial L21- Properties of gas and vapour mixtures L22 (A)- One-dimensional compressible flows, isentropic flows L22 (B)- Flows with friction and heat transfer, normal and oblique shocks L23- Piston-prop engines: Otto cycles; Ideal and Real cycles L24- IC Engines for aircraft application L25- Performance parameters of IC engines L26- Supercharging of aircraft IC engines L27- Tutorial: IC Engines L28- Propeller fundamentals L29- Propeller aerodynamic theories �I L30- Propeller aerodynamic theories �II L31- Tutorial: Propellers L32- Ideal cycles for Jet engines L33- Ideal cycles for variants of jet engines L34- Tutorial L35- Fundamentals of Ramjets and Pulsejets L36- Fundamentals of Rocket engines L37- Fundamentals of Missile engines L38- Various space vehicles and their engines L39- Closure of the lecture series : recap |

101101002 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Jet Aircraft Propulsion |
Prof. Bhaskar Roy,Prof. A M Pradeep |
Video |
IIT Bombay |
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L1-Introduction & Development of Jet Aircraft Propulsion L2-How the Aircraft Jet Engines make Thrust L3-Jet Engine Basic Performance Parameters L4-Turbojet, Reheat Turbojet and Multi-spool Engines L5-Turbofan, Turbo-prop and Turboshaft engines L6-Ideal and Real Brayton cycles L7-Jet Engine Cycles for Aircraft propulsion L8-Cycle components and component performances L9-Tute-1 L10-Analysis of engine real cycles L11-Tute-2 L12-Thermodynamics of Compressors L13-Thermodynamics of Turbines L14-Axial Compressors : two dimensional analytical model L15-Cascade analysis; Loss and Blade performance estimation L16-Free Vortex theory; Single-Multi-stage characteristics L17-Tutes � 3 L18-Elements of centrifugal compressor L19-Centrifugal Compressor characteristics: Surging, Choking L20-Axial flow turbines; Turbine Blade 2-D (cascade) analysis L21-Multi-staging: Axial Turbine; Turbine Cooling Technology L22-Radial Turbine Aerodynamics & Thermodynamics; Losses L23-Tutes � 4 L24-Types of combustion chambers: mechanism & parameters L25-Pr. Loss, Combustion efficiency; Combustion intensity L26-Practical combustion system ; Stability, Fuel injection L27-Intakes for Powerplant: Transport / Military Aircraft L28-Subsonic, Transonic, Supersonic Intake Designs L29-Nozzle : fixed and variable geometry nozzles L30-C-D nozzle and their uses L31-Tute-5 L32-Engine Off Design Operations L33-Aircraft Engine component matching: Dimensional analysis L34-Engine component matching and Sizing L35-Installed Performance of Engine L36-Tute-6 L37-Use of Ramjets and Pulsejets in Aircraft propulsion L38-Thermodynamic Cycle & Performance Parameters L39-Flow in Diffusers, Combustors and Nozzles L40-Performanace and Design of Ramjet & Scramjet Engines L41-Tute � 7 L42-Future of Aircraft Propulsion |

101101058 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Turbomachinery Aerodynamics |
Prof. A M Pradeep ,Prof. Bhaskar Roy |
Video |
IIT Bombay |
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L1-Introduction to Turbo machines Syllabus, References and Schedules L2-Axial Flow Compressors and Fans : Introduction to Compressor Aerothermodynamics L3-A two dimensional analytical model :Cascade L4-2D losses in Axial flow Compressor Stage : Primary losses L5-Tutorial 1 : Two Dimensional Axial Flow Compressors L6-3D Flows in Blade Passages, Secondary Flows, Tip leakage Flow, Scrubbling L7-Three Dimensional Flow Analysis : Radial Equilibrium Concept L8-Classical Blade Design Laws : Free Vortex and other Laws L9-Three Dimensional Flow Analysis in Axial Flow Compressor L10-Tutorial 2: Three Dimensional Axial Flow Compressors L11-Axial Compressor Characteristics: Single stage, Multi stage and Multi spool Characteristics L12-Instability in Axial Compressors L13-Inlet Distortion and Rotating Stall, Control of Instability L14-Transonic Compressors and Shock Structure Models, Transonic Compressor Characteristics L15-Axial Flow Compressor Design, Inter Spool Duct L16-Design of Compressor Blades, Aerofoil Design (Subsonic, Transonic, Supersonic Profiles ) L17-Design of Compressor Blade: 3D Blade Shapes of Rotors and Stators L18-Noise Problem in Axial Compressors and Fans L19-Axial Flow Turbines: Introduction to Turbines Aerothermodynamics L20-Axial Flow Turbines: Turbine Blade 2D (Cascade) Analysis L21-Axial Flow Turbines: Work done, Degree of Reaction, Losses and Efficiency L22-Axial Flow Turbines: Blade and Axial Flow Passages, Exit Flow Matching with Nozzle L23-Tutorial 3 : Axial Flow Turbines L24-Multi staging and Multi spooling of Turbine L25-3D Flow in Turbine: 3D Flow Theories, Free Vortex Theories etc. L26-Tutorial 4 : 3D Flows in Axial Flow Turbines L27-Turbine Blade Cooling � Fundamentals of Heat Transfer, Blade Cooling Requirements L28-Turbine Blade Cooling Technologies L29-Turbine Blade Design: Turbine Profiles, Aerofoil Data and Profile Construction L30-Turbine Blade Design: 3D Blade Shapes L31-Centrifugal Compressors: Thermodynamics and Aerodynamics L32-Centrifugal Compressors : Characteristics, Stall, Surge Problems L33-Tutorial 5 : Centrifugal Compressors L34-Design of Centrifugal Compressors: Impellers, Vane/Vane less Diffusers, Volutes L35-Radial Turbines: Thermodynamics and Aerodynamics L36-Tutorial 6 : Radial Turbines L37-Radial Turbine Characteristics and Design of Radial Turbines L38-CFD for Turbomachinery: Grid Generation, Boundary Conditions for Flow Analysis L39-CFD for Turbomachinery: Flow Track and Inter-spool Duct Design using CFD L40-CFD for Turbomachinery: 2D and 3D Blade Generation and Analysis Using CFD |

101104013 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Foundation of Scientific Computing |
Prof. Tapan K. Sengupta |
Video |
IIT Kanpur |
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Lecture-01 Lecture-02 Lecture-03 Lecture-04 Lecture-05 Lecture-06 Lecture-07 Lecture-08 Lecture-09 Lecture-10 Lecture-11 Lecture-12 Lecture-13 Lecture-14 Lecture-15 Lecture-16 Lecture-17 Lecture-18 Lecture-19 Lecture-20 Lecture-21 Lecture-22 Lecture-23 Lecture-24 Lecture-25 Lecture-26 Lecture-27 Lecture-28 Lecture-29 Lecture-30 Lecture-31 Lecture-32 Lecture-33 Lecture-34 Lecture-35 Lecture-36 Lecture-37 Lecture-38 Lecture-39 Lecture-40 |

101104014 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Fundamentals of Combustion |
Dr. D.P. Mishra |
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IIT Kanpur |
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Introduction What is Fuel and Oxidizer? Fuels Characterization of Solid Fuels Scope of Combustion Thermodynamic Laws Stoichiometry Heat of Combustion Adiabatic Flame Temperature Chemical Equilibrium Transport properties for gas mixture Momentum conservation equation Energy transport equation Boundary layer solutions Transport in Turbulent Flow Law of Mass Action Order reaction Chain Branching Explosion Structure of 1D Premixed Flame Tube Method Effect of Oxygen Concentration on SL Flammability Limits Flame Stabilization Theoretical Analysis Mechanism of Soot Formation Overall mass conservation The Temperature Profile Spray Combustion Model Solid Fuel Combustion Atmosphere Major Sources of CO Emission Species Emission and Its Corrected Value Emission and Its Control Combustion Modification Methods Introduction Thermodynamics Combustion Introduction to Physics Combustion Introduction to Chemistry Combustion Introduction to Premixed Flame Introduction to Diffusion Flame Introduction to Combustion and Environment |

101104015 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Instability and Transition of Fluid Flows |
Prof. Tapan K. Sengupta |
Video |
IIT Kanpur |
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Lecture-01 Lecture-02 Lecture-03 Lecture-04 Lecture-05 Lecture-06 Lecture-07 Lecture-08 Lecture-09 Lecture-10 Lecture-11 Lecture-12 Lecture-13 Lecture-14 Lecture-15 Lecture-16 Lecture-17 Lecture-18 Lecture-19 Lecture-20 Lecture-21 Lecture-22 Lecture-23 Lecture-24 Lecture-25 Lecture-26 Lecture-27 Lecture-28 Lecture-29 Lecture-30 Lecture-31 Lecture-32 Lecture-33 Lecture-34 Lecture-35 Lecture-36 Lecture-37 Lecture-38 Lecture-39 |

101104017 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Introduction to Helicopter Aerodynamics and Dynamics |
Prof. A.R. Manjunath,Prof. C. Venkatesan |
Video |
IIT Kanpur |
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Lecture-01
Lecture-02 Lecture-03 Lecture-04 Lecture-05 Lecture-06 Lecture-07 Lecture-08 Lecture-09 Lecture-10 Lecture-11 Lecture-12 Lecture-13 Lecture-14 Lecture-15 Lecture-16 Lecture-17 Lecture-18 Lecture-19 Lecture-20 Lecture-21 Lecture-22 Lecture-23 Lecture-24 Lecture-25 Lecture-26 |

101105023 |
Aerospace Engineering |
High Speed Aero Dynamics |
Dr. K.P. Sinhamahapatra |
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IIT Kharagpur |
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L1Compressible Aerodynamics L2Compressible Aerodynamics (Contd.) L3One-dimensional gas dynamics L4 One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L5 One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L6One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L7One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L8 One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd. ) L9One-dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L10One - dimensional gas dynamics (Contd.) L11Waves in supersonic flow L12Waves in supersonic flow (Contd.) L13Waves in supersonic flow (Contd.) L14Waves in supersonic flow (Contd.) L15Waves in supersonic flow ( Contd.) L16Waves in supersonic flow ( Contd.) L17Waves in supersonic flow (Contd.) L18Flow in ducts, (Nozzles and diffusers) and wind tunnels L19Flow in ducts, (Nozzles and diffusers) and wind tunnels (Contd.) L20Flow in ducts, (Nozzles and diffusers) and wind tunnels (Contd.) L21Flow in ducts, (Nozzles and diffusers) and wind tunnels (Contd.) L22Flow in ducts, (Nozzles and diffusers) and wind tunnels ( Contd.) L23Multi-dimensional problems L24 Multi-dimensional problems (Contd.) L25Multi-dimensional problems (Contd.) L26Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory L27Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory (Contd.) L28Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory (Contd.) L29Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory (Contd.) L30Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory (Contd.) L31Bodies of Revolution � Slender Body Theory (Contd.) L32Similarity Rules L33 Similarity Rules (Contd.) L34Similarity Rules (Contd.) L35 Transonic Flow L36Transonic Flow (Contd.) L37Method of characteristics L38Method of characteristics (Contd.) L39Method of characteristics (Contd.) L40Method of characteristics ( Contd.) |

101105024 |
Aerospace Engineering |
High Speed Aero Dynamics |
Dr. K.P. Sinhamahapatra |
Video |
IIT Kharagpur |
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Lecture-01
Lecture-02 Lecture-03 Lecture-04 Lecture-05 Lecture-06 Lecture-07 Lecture-08 Lecture-09 Lecture-10 Lecture-11 Lecture-12 Lecture-13 Lecture-14 Lecture-15 Lecture-16 Lecture-17 Lecture-18 Lecture-19 Lecture-20 Lecture-21 Lecture-22 Lecture-23 Lecture-24 Lecture-25 Lecture-26 Lecture-27 Lecture-28 Lecture-29 Lecture-30 Lecture-31 Lecture-32 Lecture-33 Lecture-34 Lecture-35 Lecture-36 Lecture-37 Lecture-38 Lecture-39 Lecture-40 |

101105030 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Space Flight Mechanics |
Dr. Manoranjan Sinha |
Video |
IIT Kharagpur |
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Lecture-01
Lecture-02 Lecture-03 Lecture-04 Lecture-05 Lecture-06 Lecture-07 Lecture-08 Lecture-09 Lecture-10 Lecture-11 Lecture-12 Lecture-13 Lecture-14 Lecture-15 Lecture-16 Lecture-17 Lecture-18 Lecture-19 Lecture-20 Lecture-21 Lecture-22 Lecture-23 Lecture-24 Lecture-25 Lecture-26 Lecture-27 Lecture-28 Lecture-29 Lecture-30 Lecture-31 Lecture-32 Lecture-33 Lecture-34 Lecture-35 Lecture-36 Lecture-37 Lecture-38 Lecture-39 Lecture-40 Lecture-41 Lecture-42 Lecture-43 Lecture-44 Lecture-45 |

101105059 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Introduction to Aerodynamics |
Dr. K.P. Sinhamahapatra |
Video |
IIT Kharagpur |
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Aircraft and Aerodynamic Forces and Moments
Aircraft and Aerodynamic Forces and Moments (Contd.) Fluids and Forces in Fluids Fluids and Forces in Fluids (Contd.) Forces in Fluids Forces in Fluids (Contd.) Kinematics of fluid motion Kinematics of fluid motion (Contd.) Kinematics of fluid motion (Contd. ) Kinematics of fluid motion ( Contd.) Kinematics of fluid motion - Velocity with specified extension and vorticity Kinematics of fluid motion - Velocity with specified extension and vorticity (Contd.) Kinematics of fluid motion - Vorticity Distribution Kinematics of fluid motion - Velocity without expansion and vorticity Irrotational Solenoidal Flow in Multiply Connected region Irrotational Solenoidal Flow in Multiply Connected region (Contd.) Equations of Fluid Motion - Navier - Stokes Equation Equations of Fluid Motion - Navier - Stokes Equation (Contd.) Equations of Fluid Motion - Navier - Stokes Equation (Contd. ) Conservation of Energy and Energy Equation Equations of Motions Equations of Motion (Contd.) Exact Solution for Simple Problems Exact Solution for Simple Problems (Contd.) Non-dimensional Form of the Equations and Possible Simplifications High Reynolds Number Approximation Conditions fior Incompressibility Potential Flow Potential Flow - Combination of Basic Solutions Potential Flow - Combination of Basic Solutions (Contd.) Potential Flow - Combination of Basic Solutions (Contd. ) Potential Flow - Combination of Basic Solutions (Contd. ) - Lifting Cylinder Conformal Transformation Conformal Transformation (Contd.) Zhukovsky Transformation Zhukovsky Transformation (Contd.) Zhukovsky Transformation - Applications Zhukovsky Transformation - Applications (Contd.) Zhukovsky Transformation - Applications (Contd. ) Transformation Transformation (Contd.) Boundary - Layer Theory Boundary - Layer Theory (Contd.) Boundary - Layer Theory (Contd. ) Boundary - Layer Theory ( Contd) oundary - Layer Theory ( Contd. ) |

101106041 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Flight dynamics I - Airplane performance |
Prof. E.G. Tulapurkara |
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IIT Madras |
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Introduction - 1 Lecture 1 Introduction - 2 Lecture 2 Introduction - 3 Lecture 3 Earth's Atmosphere -1 Lecture 4 Earth's Atmosphere - 2 Lecture 5 Chapter 1 - References Chapter 1 - Exercises Drag polar - 1 Lecture 6 Chapter 2 - References Chapter 2 - Exercises Chapter 2 - Table 2.1 Drag polar - 2 Lecture 7 Drag polar - 3 Lecture 8 Drag polar - 4 Lecture 9 Drag polar - 5 Lecture 10 Drag polar - 6 Lecture 11 Drag polar - 7 Lecture 12 Chapter 3 - References Chapter 3 - Exercises Engine characteristics - 1 Lecture 13 Engine characteristics - 2 Lecture 14 Engine characteristics - 3 Lecture 15 Engine characteristics - 4 Lecture 16 Chapter 4 - References Chapter 4 - Exercises Steady level flight - 1 Lecture 17 Steady level flight - 2 Lecture 18 Steady level flight - 3 Lecture 19 Steady level flight - 4 Lecture 20 Chapter 5 - References Chapter 5 - Exercises Steady climb, descent and glide - 1 Lecture 21 Steady climb, descent and glide - 2 Lecture 22 Steady climb, descent and glide - 3 Lecture 23 Chapter 6 - Exercises Range and endurance - 1 Lecture 24 Range and endurance - 2 Lecture 25 Range and endurance - 3 Lecture 26 Chapter 7 - Reference Chapter 7 - Exercises Accelerated level flight and climb Lecture 27 Chapter 8 - Exercise Manoeuvres - 1 Lecture 28 Manoeuvres - 2 Lecture 29 Manoeuvres - 3 Lecture 30 Manoeuvres - 4 Lecture 31 Chapter 9 - Exercises Take-off and landing - 1 Lecture 32 Take-off and landing - 2 Lecture 33 Take-off and landing - 3 Lecture 34 Chapter 10 - References Chapter 10 - Exercises Appendix - A - 1 Lecture 35 Appendix - A - 2 Lecture 36 Appendix - A - 3 Lecture 37 Appendix - A - References Appendix - B - 1 Lecture 38 Appendix - B - 2 Lecture 39 Appendix - B - 3 Lecture 40 Appendix - B - References |

101106042 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Flight Dynamics II (Stability) |
Dr. Nandan Kumar Sinha |
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IIT Madras |
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Lecture 1 : Earth Atmosphere, Aircraft components, Aircraft nomenclature
Lecture 2 : Basic aerodynamics Lecture 3 : Equilibrium and stability Lecture 4 : Static vs dynamic stability Lecture 5 : Criterion for stability, Wing contribution Lecture 6 : Horizontal tail contribution Lecture 7 : Wing plus tail contribution Lecture 8 : Static margin and CG limits Lecture 9 : Fuselage contribution Lecture 10 : Powerplant contribution Lecture 11 : Power effects on neutral point Lecture 12 : Elevator Lecture 13 : Stick free stability, Most fwd CG location Lecture 14 : Longitudinal stick force per 'g', Ground effect Lecture 15 : Control requirement, Pull-up maneuver,Maneuver point Lecture 16 : Elevator per 'g' , Maneuver point Lecture 17 : Example problems Lecture 18 : Lateral-Directional Stability Derivatives, Fuselage/Vertical fin contribution Lecture 19 : Roll stability, Wing sweep effect, Rudder Lecture 20 : Dihedral effect, Various contributions Lecture 21 : Power effects, Roll control, Aileron Lecture 22 : Example problems Lecture 23 : Derivation of Translational Motion Equations Lecture 24 : Derivation of Angular Motion Equations Lecture 25 : Description of various forces and moments Lecture 26 : Nonlinearities and Associated Aircraft Behavior Lecture 27 : Small perturbation method, Linearization of equations Lecture 28 : Aerodynamic force and Moment Derivatives Lecture 29 : Contribution of Aircraft components to Aerodynamic Derivatives Lecture 30 : Linear Model and Aircraft Dynamics Modes Lecture 31 : Short Period, Phugoid(Lanchester's formulation) Lecture 32 : Short period mode approximation Lecture 33 : Flying and Handling Qualities, Cooper Harper Scale Lecture 34 : Pure rolling motion, Pure yawing motion,Spiral approximation Lecture 35 : Spiral, Roll, Dutch roll Mode approximations Lecture 36 : Lateral directional Flying Qualities, Routh's Stability criterion Lecture 37 : Stability in Steady Roll Maneuver Lecture 38 : Wind Effect on Aircraft Pure Plunging Motion Lecture 39 : Wind Profiles, Longitudinal Mode Response to Wind Shear Lecture 40 : Stability control/Augmentation Lecture 41 : Autopilots, Automatic Landing System |

101106043 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Flight dynamics II - Airplane stability and control |
Prof. E.G. Tulapurkara |
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IIT Madras |
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Introduction-1 Lecture 1
Introduction-2 Lecture 2 Introduction-3 Lecture 3 Chapter 1 - References Chapter 1 - Exercises Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control - 1 Lecture 4 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-2 Lecture 5 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-3 Lecture 6 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-3 Lecture 7 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-5 Lecture 8 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-6 Lecture 9 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-7 Lecture 10 Longitudinal stick-fixed static stability and control-8 Lecture 11 Chapter 2 - References Chapter 2 - Exercises Longitudinal stick-free static stability and control-1 Lecture 12 Longitudinal stick-free static stability and control-2 Lecture 13 Longitudinal stick-free static stability and control-3 Lecture 14 Chapter 3 - References Chapter 3 - Exercises Longitudinal static stability and control-effect of acceleration - 1 Lecture 15 Chapter 4 - Exercises Directional static stability and control-1 Lecture 16 Directional static stability and control-2 Lecture 17 Directional static stability and control-3 Lecture 18 Chapter 5 - Exercises Lateral static stability and control - 1 Lecture 19 Lateral static stability and control - 2 Lecture 20 Lateral static stability and control - 3 Lecture 21 Chapter 6 - References Chapter 6 - Exercises Dynamic stability analysis -I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives -1 Lecture 22 Dynamic stability analysis-I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives-2 Lecture 23 Dynamic stability analysis-I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives-3 Lecture 24 Dynamic stability analysis-I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives-4 Lecture 25 Dynamic stability analysis-I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives-5 Lecture 26 Dynamic stability analysis-I-Equations of motion and estimation of stability derivatives-6 Lecture 27 Chapter 7 - References hapter 7 - Exercises Dynamic stability analysis - II - Longitudinal motion - 1 Lecture 28 Dynamic stability analysis-II-Longitudinal motion - 2 Lecture 29 Dynamic stability analysis-II-Longitudinal motion - 3 Lecture 30 Dynamic stability analysis-II-Longitudinal motion - 4 Lecture 31 Dynamic stability analysis-II-Longitudinal motion - 5 Lecture 32 Chapter 8 - References Chapter 8 - Exercises Dynamic stability analysis-III-lateral motion-1 Lecture 33 Dynamic stability analysis-III-lateral motion - 2 Lecture 34 Chapter 9 - Reference Chapter 9 - Exercises Miscellaneous topics - 1 Lecture 35 Miscellaneous topics - 2 Lecture 36 Chapter 10 - References Chapter 10 - Exercises Appendix - C - 1 Lecture 37 Appendix - C - 2 Lecture 38 Appendix - C - 3 Lecture 39 Appendix - C - 4 Lecture 40 Appendix - C - References samphtm question paper and hints for solution samphtm question paper - model answers |

101108047 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Advanced Control System Design for Aerospace Vehicles |
Dr. Radhakant Padhi |
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IISc Bangalore |
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Introduction and Motivation for Advanced Control Design Classical Control Overview - I Classical Control Overview - II Classical Control Overview - III Classical Control Overview � IV Basic Principles of Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Overview of Flight Dynamics - I Overview of Flight Dynamics � II Representation of Dynamical Systems � I Representation of Dynamical Systems � II Representation of Dynamical Systems � III Review of Matrix Theory - I Review of Matrix Theory - II Review of Matrix Theory - III Review of Numerical Methods Linearization of Nonlinear Systems First and Second Order Linear Differential Equations Time Response of Linear Dynamical Systems Stability of Linear Time Invariant Systems Controllability and Observability of linear Time Invariant Systems Pole Placement Control Design Pole Placement Observer Design Static Optimization: An Overview Calculus of Variations: An Overview Optimal Control Formulation using Calculus of Variations Classical Numerical Methods for Optimal Control Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) Design - 1 Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) Design - 2 Linear Control Design Techniques in Aircraft Control � I Linear Control Design Techniques in Aircraft Control � II Lyapunov Theory � I Lyapunov Theory � II Constructions of Lyapunov Functions Dynamic Inversion � I Dynamic Inversion � II Neuro-Adaptive Design � I Neuro-Adaptive Design � II Neuro-Adaptive Design for Flight Control Integrator Back-Stepping; Linear Quadratic (lQ) Observer An Overview of Kalman Filter Theory |

101108054 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Guidance of Missiles |
Prof. Debasish Ghose |
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IISc Bangalore |
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Foreword What is Guidance? History of Guided Missiles Airframe Flight Control System Guidance Subsystem Proximity Fuze; Propulsion System; Warhead Guidance Phases During Missile Flight; Categories of Homing Guidance Standard Terminologies in Missile Guidance Engagement between Two Point Objects Collision Condition and Collision Triangle An Overview of Guidance Laws Conceptual Classical Guidance Laws Implementable Classical Guidance Laws Modern Guidance Laws Pure Pursuit Guidance Law Time of Interception; Miss-Distance Deviated Pursuit Guidance Law The Capture Region; Implementation Introduction; LOS Guidance Implementation of LOS Guidance; CLOS; BR Some Additional Analysis PPN; TPN; GTPN; IPN Original TPN with Non-maneuvering Target Realistic True Proportional Navigation Comparison of TPN Guidance Laws Miss-distance Analysis for RTPN Introduction; Non-maneuvering Target Non-Maneuvering Target (Contd..) An Illustrative Example Maneuvering Target Maneuvering Target (Contd..) Missile Latax Representation of PPN capturability in the relative velocity space PN Based Impact Angle Constrained Guidance Composite Guidance Law Impact Angles Against a Moving Target with Proportional Navigation The Proposed Guidance Law Linearized Proportional Navigation Comparison between PN and APN Optimal Control Guidance Laws |

101108056 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Navigation, Guidance, And Control |
Prof. Debasish Ghose |
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IISc Bangalore |
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Foreword Introduction Principles of Radars Radar Block Diagram and Operation Doppler Effect; CW Radars Applications; FM-CW Radars MTI and Pulse Doppler Radars Introduction; Classification; Description Guidance Phases; Categories; Useful Concepts Classification; Classical Guidance Laws Modern Guidance Laws Introduction; Types of Navigation; LORAN System DECCA; OMEGA; VOR; INS; Integrated Systems Basic Definitions; Open Loop and Closed Loop Systems Linearity; Causality Laplace Transforms Input-Output Description; Performance Criteria Transfer Function; Initial and Final Value Theorem; Partial Fraction Expansion Time Response; First Order Systems Second Order Systems Performance of Second Order Systems Higher Order Systems; Block Diagram Algebra Stability; Hurwitz Determinants; Routh-Hurwitz Criterion Special Cases and Applications of Routh-Hurwitz Criterion Feedback Control; P-Control Steady State Error; Disturbance Signals Root Locus; Evan�s Form Complex Variables; Angle Criterion Steps to Obtain Root Locus Root Locus Example Controller Design using Root Locus; PD-Control; Lead Control PI-Control; Lag Control; Aircraft Example Compensator Design using Root Locus Response to Sinusoidal Input; Frequency Response Plots Bode Plots of Simple Functions Bode Plots of Complex Functions Nyquist Plots Applications of Nyquist Plots Gain and Phase Margins State Equations; State Transition Matrix and Equations Relation with Transfer Functions; Controllability and Observability |

101108057 |
Aerospace Engineering |
Optimal Control, Guidance and Estimation. |
Dr. Radhakant Padhi |
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IISc Bangalore |
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Introduction, Motivation and Overview Overview of SS Approach and Matrix Theory Review of Numerical Methods An Overview of Static Optimization � I An Overview of Static Optimization � II Review of Calculus of Variations � I Review of Calculus of Variations � II Optimal Control Formulation Using Calculus of Variations Classical Numerical Methods to Solve Optimal Control Problems Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) � I Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) � II Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) � III Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) � III Discrete-time Optimal Control Overview of Flight Dynamics � I Overview of Flight Dynamics � II Overview of Flight Dynamics � III Linear Optimal Missile Guidance using LQR SDRE and θ - D Designs Dynamic Programming Approximate Dynamic Programming (ADP), Adaptive Critic (AC) and Single Network Adaptive Critic (SNAC) Design Transcription Method to Solve Optimal Control Problems Model Predictive Static Programming (MPSP) and Optimal Guidance of Aerospace Vehicles MPSP for Optimal Missile Guidance Model Predictive Spread Control (MPSC) and Generalized MPSP (G-MPSP) Designs Linear Quadratic Observer & An Overview of State Estimation Review of Probability Theory and Random Variables Kalman Filter Design � I Kalman Filter Design � II Kalman Filter Design � III Integrated Estimation, Guidance & Control � I Integrated Estimation, Guidance & Control � II LQG Design; Neighboring Optimal Control & Sufficiency Condition Constrained Optimal Control � I Constrained Optimal Control � II Constrained Optimal Control � III Optimal Control of Distributed Parameter Systems � I Optimal Control of Distributed Parameter Systems � II Take Home Material: Summary � I Take Home Material: Summary � II |