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Department of Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering


VISION
To become the CENTRE of EXCELLENCE in Aviation Education.
MISSION
(a) To provide quality Aviation Education
(b) To assist its graduates in the labor market.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

MISSION
(a)
(b)

1. To comply with CMO No. 28- as stated, To prepare the students for professional
aeronautical engineering career to assume leading roles in the technological and
socio-economic development of both local and foreign Aviation Industry,
particularly in the areas of aircraft research, development, manufacturing,
maintenance, operation, and aviation education. Aside from their professionals
knowledge and skills, the graduates must also possess strong foundation in the
physical and basic engineering sciences as well as in human relations to enable them
to meet the challenges being brought about by the rapid technological progress in
Aeronautics.
2. To prepare the students for technological service and leadership.
3. To make them adaptable to a variety of challenges in the aviation industry more
specifically in planning, designing, structure analysis, construction and repair,
supervision and operations of systems and advanced facilities.

COURSE SYLLABUS
1. Course Code

AENG 422

2. Course Title

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES 2

3. Pre-Requisite

AENG 412 - Aircraft Structures 1

4. Co-Requisite

None

5. Credit/Class Schedule

5 units/5 hours per week

6. Course Description

The discipline includes the studies of loads and stresses acting


on, and the reactions of; beams, plates, thin-walled sections and
other complex aircraft structures. A composite structure is also
introduced.

7. Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives


Course
Title:AENG422

Date Effective:
1st Semester/
A.Y. 2012 2013

Prepared by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Date Revised:
September 13,
2012

Reviewed by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo,
MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Approved by:
Engr. Lorenzo L.
Naval, Jr. Dean/VP
Academic Affairs

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Program Educational Objectives


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2
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PROGRAM OUTCOMES
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences,
engineering sciences to the practice of aeronautical engineering.

b. An ability to design and conduct experiments to test hypotheses


and verify assumptions, as well as to analyse and interpret data
and to simulate processes.

c. An ability to design, improve, innovate, and to supervise systems


or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

d. An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multicultural teams in diverse fields of practice.

e. An ability to indentify, formulate, and solve aeronautical


engineering problems.

f. An understanding of the effects and impact of the aeronautical


engineering profession on the environment and the society, as well
as the social and ethical responsibilities of the profession.

g. Specialized knowledge in at least one field of aeronautical


engineering practice, and the ability to apply such knowledge to
provide solutions to actual problems.

h. An ability for effective oral and written communications


particularly in the English language.

i. An ability to engage in life-long learning and to keep current of


the development in a specific field of specialization.

j. An ability to use the appropriate techniques, skills and tools


necessary for the practice of aeronautical engineering.
k. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
l. An ability to apply acquired aeronautical engineering knowledge
and skills for national development.

8. Course Objectives and Relationship to Program Outcomes:


Course Objectives
After completing the course,
the student should be able to:
1. Analyze loads & stresses
acting on aircraft fittings,
thin walled sections, rings, &
frames;
2. Know the design concepts of
structures required to carry
such loads;
3. Understand the fundamental
theory of elasticity, stress
concentration on aircraft
structures
&
composite
structures; and
4. To prepare the student to take
the
PRC
Aeronautical
Engineering
Licensure
Examination pertaining to
aircraft structures & design
subject.

Program Outcomes
a

9. Course Coverage
WEEK
Course
Title:AENG422

Date Effective:
1st Semester/
A.Y. 2012 2013

TOPIC
Prepared by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

METHODOLOGY
Date Revised:
September 13,
2012

ASSESSMENT

Reviewed by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo,
MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Approved by:
Engr. Lorenzo L.
Naval, Jr. Dean/VP
Academic Affairs

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Orientation and Introduction to


the course
PATTS Vision and Mission,
Departments Specific Objectives,
Course Policies and Guidelines,
Nature and Scope of the Course
Design Criteria and
Determination of Loads (Fittings
& Connections)
Economy in Fittings
Design/Fitting Design Loads
Margin of Safety/Factor of Safety
Aircraft Bolts & Nuts
Fittings/Bolt and Lug Strength
Analysis
Multiple Riveted or Bolted Joints
Subjected to Eccentric Loads
Engineering Materials and
Processes
Torsion-Stresses and Deflections
Torsion of Members with
Circular-Cross Sections
Torsion of Members for Other
Symmetrical Cross-Sections
Torsion of Members with ThinOpen Sections
Transmission of Power by a
Cylindrical Shaft

Peer discussion on Vision,


Mission and Course
Objectives;
Discussion of other Course
Policies
Review Discussion

Recitation/Assignment

Review Discussion

Recitation

Review Discussion

Recitation
Review Quiz

Discussion/Introduction

Quiz Result

Solving Problems
Solving Problems

Board Work
Quiz

Solution/Discussion

Quiz Result/Assignment

Discussion
Discussion
Discussion/Sample Problems
Solving Problems
Solving Problems

Buckling Design of Structural


Elements

Board Work
Board Work

Discussion/Sample Problems
Solving Problems
Solving Problems

Thin-Hollowed Sections
5
Shear Distribution in a Torque
Box
6

Single Cell Torque Box


7

Solution/Discussion
Discussion/Introduction
Review Discussion
Review Discussion
Discussion

Recitation
Recitation
Quiz
Quiz Result

Discussion/Introduction

Recitation

Review Discussion
Discussion/Sample Problems
Solving Problems

Recitation

1st Periodic Exam


Solution/Discussion
Review Discussion
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems
Solving Problems

8
Two Spar Wing with Flanges

9
Two Cell Torque Box with One
Spar Flange

Board Work
Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment

Solution/Discussion
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems
Solving Problems
Solution/Discussion

Board Work
Quiz

Quiz/Exam Result/Assignment
Recitation
Board Work
Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment
Board Work
Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment

Discussion/Sample
Problems
Course
Title:AENG422

Date Effective:
1st Semester/
A.Y. 2012 2013

Prepared by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Date Revised:
September 13,
2012

Reviewed by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo,
MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Approved by:
Engr. Lorenzo L.
Naval, Jr. Dean/VP
Academic Affairs

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Two Cell Torque Box with Two


Spars Flanges
10

Multiple Cell Torque Box

Solving Problems

Board Work
Quiz

Solution/Discussion

Quiz Result/Assignment

Discussion/Introduction
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving
Problems/Discussion
Solving Problems

Recitation

11
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems
Shear Center
12
Deflection Analysis of Structures

13

Solution/Discussion
2nd Periodic Exam
Solution/Discussion
Review Discussion

Board Work

Discussion/Introduction

Board Work
Quiz

Solution/Discussion

Quiz Result/Assignment

Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems

14

Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment

Solution/Discussion
Wing Problem Analysis Cutouts,
Shear Lag, Swept Wing
15

Discussion/Introduction
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems

Connections and Design Analysis


16

Welded Connection
17

Solution/Discussion
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems
Solution/Discussion
Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems

Solution/Discussion
18

Board Work
Quiz

Exam Result
Recitation

Discussion/Sample
Problems
Solving Problems
Loads and Stresses on Ribs and
Frames

Board Work

Board Work
Quiz
Quizzes Results/Assignment

Solving Problems
Introduction to Wing and
Fuselage Stress Analysis by
Modified Beam Theory

Recitation

Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment
Board Work
Quiz
Quiz Result/Assignment
Board Work
Quiz
Review Quiz
Final Assignment/Quizzes
Results

Final Examination

10. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Course Objectives / Program Outcomes


Course Outcomes
After completing this course, the student must be
Course
Title:AENG422

Date Effective:
1st Semester/
A.Y. 2012 2013

Prepared by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Course
Program Objectives
Objectives a b c d e f g h i j k l

Date Revised:
September 13,
2012

Reviewed by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo,
MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Approved by:
Engr. Lorenzo L.
Naval, Jr. Dean/VP
Academic Affairs

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able to develop concepts & analysis of different


loads & stresses acting on & reactions of beams,
plates, thin-walled sections, & other complex
aircraft structures, & introduction to composite
structures.
11. Contribution to Course to Meeting the Professional Component:
General Education:
Mathematics:
Natural/Physical Sciences:
Basic Engineering Courses:
Allied Courses:
Professional Courses:

0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
100 %

12. Textbook: David Perry. Aircraft Structures. McGraw Hill Book Company
References: 1. John Wiley and Sons. Mechanics of Aircraft Structures
2. Williams, Edward Arnold. The Theory of Aircraft Structures: An Introduction.
3. Bruhn, EF. Analysis & Design of Flight Vehicle Structures
4. Niles & Newell. Airplane Structures.
5. Sechler. Airplane Structural Analysis & Design.
13. Course Evaluation
The minimum requirement for a passing grade is 70% final grade average from the following:
Final Grade

1st PG 2nd PG 3rd PG


3

1st Periodic Grade = 60 % CW + 40 % PE


2nd Periodic Grade = 60 % CW + 40 % PE
3rd Periodic Grade = 60 % CW + 40 % PE
PE
PG
CW

=
=
=

Periodic Exam
Periodic Grade
Class Work (i.e., Quizzes, Seatwork, Assignment, Recitation,
Project/Report/Activity)

Prepared by: Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM


Date Effective: 1st Semester AY2012-2013
Date revised: September 13, 1012
Approved by: Engr. Lorenzo L. Naval, Jr., VP - Acad

Course
Title:AENG422

Date Effective:
1st Semester/
A.Y. 2012 2013

Prepared by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo, MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Date Revised:
September 13,
2012

Reviewed by:
Engr. Denis S. Desolo,
MEAM BSAeroE
Dept. Chairperson

Approved by:
Engr. Lorenzo L.
Naval, Jr. Dean/VP
Academic Affairs

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