AERO 3002

Aerospace Design and Practice

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Prof: Jeremy Laliberte / Winter 2021

Aug 20, 2021

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You are in aero eng because you like planes. If you don't like this course, consider a new engineering program. GO TO THE TUTORIALS AND TAKE NOTES. The lectures were great but I didn't bother taking any notes, because the prof made his annotated slides available. Plus most of it is common sense to any aviation enthusiast or people with a PPL anyways. The tutorial is where the real stuff happens. The course itself is extremely straightforward. It teaches you how a plane works (duh), how the parts come together, how to draft up basic dimensions based on design requirements, and ultimately you'll design a fixed-wing aircraft and model it in CATIA. The aircraft varies, some years had a long range UAV, some had a business jet, my year had this urban air mobility VTOL doodad. CATIA is difficul...read more

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GO TO THE TUTORIALS AND TAKE NOTES THERE!

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Jeremy knows what he is doing and replies to emails very quickly. 10/10.

Grade: A+Workload: 4hrs/weekTextbook Use: Yes

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