YEARS  SEMESTERS  SUBJECTS  CREDITS 

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Course  Subject  Credits 

2183101 
Engineering Graphics
Lettering; orthographic projections; sketching and drawing; pictorial drawing; dimensioning; to lerancing and geometrical tolerancing; section; working drawing; mechanical parts drawing; introduction to CAD

3 
2145211 
Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Basic aerodynamic phenomena and simplified theory, elementary aerospace vehicle performance, stability and control, and design

3 
2301107 
Calculus I
Limit, continuity, differentiation and integration of realvalued functions of a real variable and their applications; techniques of integration; improper integrals

3 
2304153 
Physics for Engineers
Mechanics of particles and rigid bodies, properties of matter, fluid mechanics, heat, vibrations and waves, elements of electromagnetism, optics, modern physics

3 
2304193 
Physics Laboratory for Engineers
Measurement and precision; experiments on simple harmonic motion, radius of gyration, dynamics of rotation, velocity of sound, viscosity of fluids

1 
5501112 
Communicative English I
Practice language skills in acquiring information and knowledge from different sources and media in subjects of students’ interest under selected themes; collecting information, summarizing and presenting important issues

3 
16 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145221 
Introduction to Aircraft Design
Introduction to aircraft systems, fundamental to aircraft systems, elements of aerodynamics, airfoils, and wings, aspect of vehicle conceptual design

1 
2140111 
Exploring Engineering World
Engineering topics related to daily life: energy, resources, environment manufacturing, process, industry, material, automotive, infrastructure, information system and bio engineering

3 
2301108 
Calculus II
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2301107
Mathematical induction; sequences and series of real numbers; Taylor series expansion and approximation of elementary functions; numerical integration; vectors, lines and planes in threedimensional space; calculus of vector valued functions of one variable; calculus of real valued functions of two variables; introduction to differential equations and their applications 
3 
2302105 
Chemistry for Engineers
Stoichiometry and basis of the atomic theory; properties of the three states of matter and solution; thermodynamics; chemical equilibrium; Oxidation; chemical kinetics; the electronic structures of atoms and the chemical bond; periodic table; nonmetal and transition metal

3 
2302103 
General Chemistry Laboratory
Standard solution preparation; qualitative analysis; titration; electrochemistry; pH metric titration; spectroscopy; calculation and evaluation of data; calibration curve; introduction to polymer

1 
2304154 
Physics and Electronics for Engineers
Electricity; DC circuit; AC circuit; basic electronics; solid state devices; electrical actuators

3 
2304194 
Physics and Electronics Laboratory for Engineers
Resistance and electromotive force measurements; experiments on amp meter, voltmeter, oscilloscope, AC circuit, transistor, lenses and mirrors, polarization, interference, diffraction

1 
5501123 
Communicative English II
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 5501112
Practice language skills in acquiring analyzing and synthesizing information and knowledge from different sources and media on topics of students’ interest under selected themes; summarizing what they have learned and presenting opinions from group discussion 
3 
18 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145217 
Scientific Programming
Use of Python, R, or similar tool to understand computing for scientific purposes. Includes data management, numerical computations, symbolic computing, data visualization, data analysis, parallel computing, and highperformance computing. Use of reallife case studies in scientific computing

3 
2183211 
Engineering Mechanics
Analysis of force systems and their equilibrium as applied to engineering systems; stresses and strains; mechanical properties of materials; Hooke’s law, elastic modulus, stress in beam, shear force, bending moment diagram, torsion, buckling of columns, Mohr’s circle

4 
2183221 
Thermodynamics
Basic concepts; thermodynamic state and process; properties of pure substances and ideal gases; energy; the first law of thermodynamics and the first law analysis for isolated, closed, and open systems; entropy; the second law of thermodynamics and the second law analysis for isolated, closed, and opens systems; gas power cycles; Carnot, Otto, and Brayton cycles; refrigeration cycle; introduction to gas mixtures; introduction to combustion

3 
2301215 
Multivariable Calculus
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2301108
Vector; curves, planes and surfaces; derivatives of vectorvalued functions; partial, total and directional derivatives; implicit differentiation; maximaminima; gradient, divergence, curl; scalar and vector fields; line integral; surface integral and volume integral; integral theorems of vector analysis 
3 
2301216 
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2301108
System of linear algebraic equations; linear spaces; inner products; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; principal axis theorem; higherorder linear differential equations; method of variation of parameters; system of firstorder linear differential equations; qualitative analysis and dynamical system 
3 
5501214 
Communication and Presentation Skills
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 5501123
Practice using English for social communication and giving oral presentation on engineeringrelated topics 
3 
18 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145290 
Aerospace Engineering Seminar I
Discussion on the topics of aerospace engineering

1 
2182203 
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2301108
Engineering basis in statistics and probability; discrete and continuous probability distribution; joint probability distribution; parameter estimation: estimator, bias, consistency; point estimation; interval estimation; engineering applications in measurement and uncertainty, linear regression, introduction to random process; integration of statistics in engineering applications; case studies 
3 
2183222 
Fluid Mechanics
Basic concepts in physics: physical quantity and physical quantity relations, dimensions of physical quantity and the principle of dimensional homogeneity, dimensionless variables; basic concepts in fluid mechanics: continuum assumption, methods of description: Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions, field quantity and classification of flow fields; geometric and kinematics of fluid motion: path lines, streamlines, and streak lines; forces and stressed in fluids: pressure and pressure force, shear stress and shear force: convection flux and Reynold’s transport theorem; physical laws of finite control volume: conservations of mass, linear momentum, and energy; conservation of angular momentum with application to turbomachines; physical laws of infinite control volume: conservation of mass and linear momentum, introduction to NavierStokes and Euler’s equations; Bernoulli’s equation from momentum and conservation of mechanical energy viewpoints; introduction to vorticity and vortex; dimensional analysis: Buckingham’s PI theorem, similarity, and model testing; internal viscous flows, energy consideration in pipe flows and piping system; external flows, boundary layer, and aerodynamic force and moment; applications: turbomachines, model testing, piping and pumping system, aerodynamic force and moment

3 
2183231 
Dynamics
Kinematics of threedimensional curvilinear motion of a particle; kinetics of a particle: force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum; kinematics of planar motion of a rigid body: force and acceleration, work and energy, impulse and momentum; introduction to kinematics and kinetics of threedimensional motion of a rigid body

3 
2183381 
Numerical Methods for Engineers
Basic methods for obtaining numerical solutions by a digital computer, including methods for the solutions of algebraic and transcendental equations, simultaneous linear equations, ordinary and partial differential equations, and curve fitting techniques, comparison of various methods with respect to computational efficiency and accuracy

3 
2189101 
Engineering Materials
Important engineering materials: metals, plastics, asphalt, wood and concrete; macroscopic and microscopic structure which are correlating with properties of the engineering materials; production process of products from engineering materials

3 
5501225 
Technical Writing
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 5501123
Students are to practice extensive academic writing at paragraph level. Selected readings in the related field are included. More discussion and presentation skills are to be taught including listening input 
3 
19 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145311 
Aerodynamics I
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2183222
Properties of air, standard atmosphere, conservation principles, continuity, momentum, Euler’s Equation, rotationality, circulation, vortex, lift, drag, potential flow, airfoil characteristics, thin airfoil theory, cambered and flapped airfoil, high lift devices, finite wing theory, panel and vortex lattice methods 
3 
2145326 
Aircraft Structure
Overview of aircraft structural external loads analysis including criteria, design, analysis, fatigue, certification, validation, and testing. Covers FAR 23 and FAR 25 airplane loads requirements. Includes introduction to the use of finite element package in structural analysis. Course will provide students with an understanding of fuselage/wing design and analysis including frames and ribs. Also provides an introduction to structural dynamics including aeroelasticity

3 
2145361 
Aerospace Engineering Experimentation and Laboratory I
Concepts in experimentation; introduction to systematic design of an experiment using data reduction diagram (DRD): setting up objectives of an experiment, constructing the set of data reduction diagrams (DRDs) of the experiment according to the objectives; measurement and instrument; uncertainty analysis; basic experiments and laboratories in thermodynamics; fluid mechanics and aerodynamics; dynamics; solid mechanics

2 
2145327 
Aircraft Performance
Principles of jet and propeller aircraft performance; equations of motions; cruise flight, climb and descent; turning flight; takeoff and landing performance; range and endurance; payloadrange diagram; maneuvering Vn diagram

3 
2145420 
Avionics
Basic avionic system, air data systems, flight instruments, terrestrial enroute – radio navigation systems, terrestrial landing aids, satellite navigation system, radar systems, indicators and displays, airborne radio communications, autopilot and flightmanagement system, avionics systems integration

3 
2190151 
Computer Programming Laboratory
Computer programming in Engineering; reviews of computer programming concepts; hands on experience on computer programming using contemporary engineering tools

1 
xxxxxxx 
General Education

3 
18 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145312 
Aerodynamics II
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2183221 and 2145311
Fundamental of compressible flow, acoustic waves, normal and oblique shock waves, expansion waves, PrandtlMeyer flow, convergentdivergent nozzle, flow with friction and heat transfer, unsteady wave motion, perturbation theory, linearized flow and theory of characteristics 
3 
2145329 
Aircraft Propulsion
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2183221 and 2183222
Introduction to propulsion, airbreathing and nonairbreathing engines; brief review of the thermodynamics and compressible flow; basic thrust equation of aircraft gas turbine and jet engines; Brayton cycle, axial flow turbomachines, momentum theory and blade element theory; gas turbine component performance, inlet, compressor, turbine and nozzle; cycle analysis of gas turbine engines, rocket, ramjet, turbojet, turbofan and turboprop covering introduction to preliminary propulsion design 
3 
2145328 
Aircraft Stability and Control
Equilibrium and stability; functions of aircraft controls; static stability and trim; stability derivatives for longitudinal motions; stickfixed, stickfree and control stick forces; wing and tail contributions; maneuver stability; roll stability and roll control; yaw stability and yaw control; dynamic behavior of aircraft and equations of motion; phugoid and short period oscillation; Dutch roll; spiral mode and roll subsidence; dihedral effect and weathercock stability

3 
2145362 
Aerospace Engineering Experimentation and Laboratory II
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2145361
Experiments and laboratories in aerodynamics, structure, propulsion, performance, dynamics and control 
2 
2145390 
Aerospace Engineering Seminar II
Discussion on the topics of aerospace engineering

1 
xxxxxxx 
Free Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
General Education

3 
18 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2140301 
Industrial Training
Engineering practice in related areas under supervision of experienced engineers in private sectors or government agencies

2 
2 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145363 
Aerospace Engineering Experimentation and Laboratory III
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2145362
Concepts in experimentation and design of an experiment; setting up specifications and objectives of an experiment; systematic design of an experiment according to the specifications and objectives using different kinds of tools; outlining the process of extracting experimental results and conclusions from the designed experiment; outlining data collection and data analysis schemes outlining experimental project phases, tasks, and schedule; design documentation and review by oral and written presentation; practices in the design of an experiment in the projectbased setting; introduction to modern instrumentation and data acquisition through demonstration 
2 
2145479 
Aerospace Engineering Project Proposal
Identify the aerospace engineering project of interest and propose the project to be conducted in 2145499 Aerospace Engineering Project course. This necessarily constitutes at least the followings.
1) Identify the motivation for the project with specific and relevant applications, background knowledge, and underlying ideas, of the project. 2) Formulate clear problem/objective and scope of the project. If it is a design project, engineering specifications of the design must be provided. 3) Propose, in principle, the approach you will be using in solving the problem, and/or the conceptual design, and/or the principle of your experiment or simulation. 4) Some preliminary solution, and/or design, and/or experimental or simulation results, demonstrating the effectiveness of your proposed approach in (3), or the ineffectiveness of your approach in (3) and the potential remedies/alternatives for the approach, must be provided. Group or individual project. The students must propose the project in writing and oral presentation. Remark: Engineering specifications are derived from necessities, needs, and preferences of the use, constraints and conditions, as well as safety, environmental, manufacturability, and economic considerations 
3 
2145461 
Aircraft Design
Fundamentals of aircraft design process including wing design, tail design, and undercarriage arrangement. Also covers initial takeoff mass estimation, detailed mass calculation, and mission fuel requirement. Incorporates principles from prior aerospace engineering courses including center of gravity calculation, basic aerodynamics estimation, static stability and control analysis, propulsion consideration and analysis, performance analysis, aircraft
cost prediction, preliminary and detailed design concepts, quality control of aircraft design 
3 
xxxxxxx 
Approved Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
Approved Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
General Education

3 
17 
Course  Subject  Credits 

2145490 
Aerospace Engineering Seminar III
Discussion on the topics of aerospace engineering

1 
2145489 
Aerospace Engineering Project
CONDITION: PREREQUISITE 2145479
Completion of the aerospace engineering project. The students must demonstrate systematic and sound approach in conducting the project, from beginning to end. Some degree of the evaluation of the project must be provided. Report and present the project professionally 
3 
xxxxxxx 
Approved Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
Approved Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
Free Elective

3 
xxxxxxx 
General Education

3 
16 