• Aircraft Design
    • School of Aeronautics & Astronautics
    • Credit. 3
    • AV314
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    • CURRENT
    • Spring , 2015
    • 971
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This course on aircraft design is designed for undergraduate in their third year. The overall objectives of the course are to introduce students with the basic principles, methods and processes used in conceptual aircraft design, with a primary focus on the design aspects of transport aircraft. Students are expected to attend lectures and finish individual and team projects within the schedule, and to demonstrate the ability to accomplish typical analysis tasks in the process of conceptual design, both individually and in teams. Students are also expected to present the results orally and in written report in a professional way.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      Understand the basic principles, methods and processes used in conceptual and preliminary aircraft design;
      1. Be able to perform basic analysis tasks used in the design process
      2. Be able to present the results both orally and in written report
      3. Able to work effectively within a team and individually to solve relevant problems
    • Schedule:
    • Introduction - Market,Design Process, Team working and Future 2
      Overall Configuration - Conventional and Novel Layouts, Family Concept,Systems 2
      Weight Estimation - Weight Components, Breguet Range Equation, SFC, Flight Profile, Take-off Weight Estimation, Empty Weight Estimation, Fuel Fraction Estimation, Weight of Structure Components, Fuel Tank Volume, C.G. of Various Component Groups 2
      Thrust Weight Ratio and Wing Loading - Thrust to Weight Ratio, Wing Loading 2
      Fuselage Design - Passenger Cabin Layout, Fuselage Geometry, Airworthiness, Systems, Area Law, Cockpit Design 2
      Aerodynamic Design - Airfoil Selection, Wing Planform Design, Tail Geometry and Arrangement, Aerodynamic Forces and Moments, Flaps, Slats and Control Surfaces 6
      Drag Estimation – Drag Categories,Parasite Drag,Form Drag,Skin Friction, Induced Drag, Wave Drag,Windmill Drag 2
      Landing Gear and Subsystems - Landing Gear Arrangements, Tire Sizing, Gear Retraction Geometry 2
      Powerplant - Type of Engines, Fuel Efficiency, Specific Thrust, Engine Selection, Engine Installation, Engine Sizing, Engine Price, Maintenance Costs 4
      Stability, Control and Handling Qualities - Coordinate Systems, Longitudinal Static Stability and Control, Lateral-Directional Static Stability and Control, Effects of Flexibility, Dynamic Stability, Fly-by-Wire, Handling Qualities 4
      Loads, Materials and Structures - Loads Categories, Air Loads, Inertia Loads, Powerplant Loads,Landing-Gear Loads,Material Evolution,Structural Analysis, Structural Optimization 2
      Performance – Take-off Analysis, Climb performance, Steady Level Flight, Landing Analysis, Operating Envelope, Payload-range equations 6
      Mid-term project presentation 2
      Economics - Elements of Life-Cycle Cost, Cost Estimating Methods, Indirect Operating Cost, Direct Operating Cost, Aircraft and Airline Economics 2
      Airworthiness Certification - Evolution of Airworthiness, Reasons, Processes, Issues 2
      System Integration and Configuration Management - Type Specification, Type Record 2
      Multidisciplinary Design Optimization - Design Optimization, Geometry Modelling, Surrogate Modeling, Multidisciplinary Analysis and Design 2
      End of course project presentation and assessment 2
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    • Song Wenbin
    • Associate Professor
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    • Male
    • E-mail:
    • swb@sjtu.edu.cn
    • Profile
    • Dr. Wenbin Song has been appointed as associate professor in School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University since 2009. His main research areas include aircraft design, aerodynamic design and optimization, aeroacoustics and computational methods. He is the author of around 50 journal and conference papers and jointly hold two international patents with Roll-Royce employees.

      He graduated from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (now known as Beihang University), China in 1993 with a degree on flight vehicle design and applied mechanics. He obtained his MSc degree in 1996 on structural mechanics in Beijing Institute of Strength and Environment and his PhD degree on computational engineering in 2002 from University of Southampton in the UK.

      He is senior member of AIAA.
  • Prerequisite Course:

  • Textbooks:

    Daniel P. Raymer, “Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach”, Fourth Edition, AIAA Education Series, 2006.

    陈迎春,宋文滨,刘洪,民用飞机设计,上海交通大学出版社,2010.
  • Grading:

    The final score is based on assessment of individual tasks and contribution in the group tasks. The group report and presentation will be marked using a combined peer-review and tutor review system. The percentage from each part is as follows:
    1) Individual task: 40%, evaluation of written presentation and technical content
    2) Team project: 60%, technical content, completeness, team work, written and oral presentation skills.
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