GTU Aeronautical Engineering sem-3 syllabus

GTU Aeronautical Engineering B.E sem 3 syllabus of all subjects


Aeronautical Engineering B.E sem 3 syllabus of all subjects

(1) Effective Technical Communication (3130004):



Rationale: The rationale of the curriculum is to help students learn technical communication along with necessary moral and ethical dimensions of engineering.


(2) Indian Constitution (3130007):



Rationale:  introduction of Indian constitution

(3) Design Engineering 1 A Module 1: Understanding Design Thinking (3130008)




This Course is designed to give very basic understanding of the Design Thinking methodology. In DE1A, student will select very basic and small, individual or team project irrespective of their branch. This project would be from very general topic/domain like designing something for yourself/parents/Teacher/Friends (Whole class may select single project topic or similar topic in different small groups to have healthy competition among the class).

This kind of basic project in 3rd semester would help in understanding of Design Thinking process easily when much technicality is not involve. In this module, student will use whole Design Thinking process as shown in fig.1 of general guideline document to complete their projects but here the learning objective or focus would be more on Observation or Empathy process.

So students need to give more time to these phases and then reach up to the rough prototype phase. The content is divided into week-wise activities as shown below to better understand the course and to give enough time to all the learning aspects and students need to follow the same but depending upon the type and nature of projects, students and guide may allocate more/less time to the activities.


(4) Partial Differential Equations and Numerical Methods (3130107):



Rationale: This subject is a powerful tool for solving a wide array of applied problems.


(5) Fundamentals of Aeronautical Engineering (3130108):



Rationale: The subject on basic and applied Aeronautical engineering is important to understand the concept and overview of aeronautical equipments.

(6) Thermodynamics for Aeronautical Engineering (3130109):



Rationale: This subject provides an in depth understanding of various thermodynamic processes involved and concepts of energy transfer and conversion in aircraft engine components and other heat exchange applications.


(7) Mechanics of Solids (3130608):





The branch of Applied science that deals with state of rest or the state of motion is termed as Mechanics. Starting from the analysis of rigid bodies under gravitational force and simple applied forces the mechanics has grown to the analysis of robotics, aircrafts, spacecrafts under dynamic force, atmospheric forces, temperatures forces etc. 

The principal of mechanics developed around state of rest and state of motion of the bodies by Sir Issac Newton which is termed as three laws of motion and the laws of gravitation. The mechanics based on these laws is called classical mechanics or Newtonian mechanics.  Engineers are keen to use laws of mechanics to actual field problems.

Application of laws of mechanics to field problems is termed as engineering mechanics. Here the students will learn the laws and principals of mechanics along with their applications to engineering problems. As a matter of fact knowledge of mechanics of solids is very essential for an engineer in planning, designing and construction of various types of structures and machines, so that the design is safe and economical.


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