Aerdynamic thesis

The forces acting on spacecraft are of three types: propulsive force (usually provided by the vehicle's engine thrust); gravitational force exerted by the Earth and other celestial bodies; and aerodynamic lift and drag (when flying in the atmosphere of the Earth or another body, such as Mars or Venus). The vehicle's attitude must be taken into account because of its effect on the aerodynamic and propulsive forces. [6] There are other reasons, unrelated to flight dynamics, for controlling the vehicle's attitude in non-powered flight (., thermal control, solar power generation, communications, or astronomical observation).

Students will benefit from:

  • Free supportive short course tailored to students individual needs. This is a group of lectures/tutorials, provided as part of the independent learning on foundation topics such as electric circuits, 3-phase current, rotating machines, maths, and excel.
  • Free supportive English language module for International students
  • Seminars on Employability
  • Sites visits on UK renewable energy installations.
  • Variety in assessment for learning methods including: examination, coursework, tests, presentations, poster defence and written reports.
  Background Reading Some preparatory reading that may be of interest for this course includes the following:

Aerdynamic thesis

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