AVM 306 - Rotary and Fixed Wing Aircraft Design and AssemblyCredits: 3
A detailed study of the purpose of fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft designs and aerodynamic characteristics, their construction methods and assembly procedures. The course provides an insight critical maintenance tasks performed that impact the safe operation of the aircraft as well as exposure to the manufacture and assembly of aircraft. Students practice the rigging, assembly, jacking, weighing, and balancing of aircraft and flight control surfaces according to manufacturer’s technical manuals; and making accurate record entries for tasks performed in accordance with FARs.
Three hours lecture and four hours lab a week.
Prerequisite: AVM 101 and MET 111.
Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning
Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility
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