Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013 [Archived Catalog] [Archived Catalog]

AVMN 100 - Aircraft Sciences I

This course will provide the student with a review of the fundamental operations in arithmetic as they are applied routinely in aircraft maintenance, including fractions, decimals, ratio, geometry, basic trigonometric functions, formulae, and proportions. Basic concepts of aviation applied physics will be presented, including: aerodynamic laws, theory of flight, fluid, heat, power, work, simple machines, and sound. The student will also learn aircraft weight and balance procedures, center of gravity computations, and how to identify and rectify adverse loading conditions.

(Crosslisted with AVMT 100)

Co-requisites: AVMT 102, 104, 106

Credits: 3

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