GTU Aeronautical Engineering sem-5 syllabus

GTU Aeronautical Engineering  B.E sem 5 syllabus of all subjects


Aeronautical Engineering  B.E sem 5

(1) Contributor Personality Development Program (3150004):



Rationale: introduction of personality development program


(2) IPDC - 1 (Integrated Personality Development Course) (3150005):



Rationale: introduction of integrated personality development


(3) Flight Mechanics (3150101)



Rationale: Flight Mechanics characterizes the motion of a flight vehicle in the atmosphere. This course imparts basic knowledge related to aircraft performance, stability and control. This will help to design the propeller and jet airplane.

(4) Fundamentals of Turbomachines (3150102):



Rationale: Recent emphasis on energy problems has invented renewed interest in optimized design and performance of turbines and compressors, the main components of Aircraft jet engines.

The course imparts fundamental understanding of flow physics, velocity and energy change across turbines and compressors and losses offered by them. The efficiency of each of them affects overall efficiency of aircraft engine and thrust developed.

(5) Aerodynamics (3150107):



Rationale: Aerodynamics is one of the core areas in the field of aviation. The concepts of aerodynamics are vitally important to the aeronautical engineer. This course imparts fundamental knowledge regarding fluid and its properties, various types of airfoils and its characteristics.


(6) Airport Management (3150108):



Rationale: Students should know about past and present scenario of their profession, Governing bodies, and rules and regulations regarding civil and military aviation structure. This subject has been introduced for the same purpose.


(7) Manufacturing Processes And Production Techniques (3150109):



Rationale: Understanding of basics of aircraft science and manufacturing technology


(8) Operation Research (3151910):




Operations Research is now a day widely used in the area of decision-making for real-life problems.

Managers and decision makers get ideas for optimizing and approximating industrial problems.


They not only strive to devise appropriate measures for problem solving but also apply scientific techniques to monitor the organizations ongoing activities such as Production mix, Transportation, Assignment, Queuing, Game theory, Replacement and Project Management problem.

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