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This guide covers all areas of aerospace and contains resources for both the undergraduate student through advanced reseacher.
Selected Books in Aerospace Engineering
Powered Flight by David R. GreatrixAims to provide a broader context, allowing observations and comparisons to be made across systems that are overlooked by focusing on a single aspect alone. The physics and history of aerospace propulsion are built on step-by-step, coupled with the development of an appreciation for the mathematics involved in the science and engineering of propulsion.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2012-01-26
Aerospace Engineering on the Back of an Envelope by Irwin E. AlberEngineers need to acquire "Back-of-the-Envelope" survival skills to obtain rough quantitative answers to real-world problems, particularly when working on projects with enormous complexity and very limited resources. In the case studies treated in this book, we show step-by-step examples of the physical arguments and the resulting calculations obtained using the quick-fire method.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2012-03-14
The Standard Handbook for Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineers by Mark DaviesThis handbook has been customized for practitioners in the field of aviation and aerospace engineering. Mechanical engineering applications have been filtered to specifically address aircraft and spacecraft science and military engineering. The result aims to be a benchmark resource of reference, data and look-up information for engineers in every field. It also aims to provide a one-stop reference for engineers of all disciplines in the interrelated fields of aeronautical and aerospace engineering.
Call Number: Electronic Book
Publication Date: 2002-10-31
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