Fall 2017: 

Aerodynamics

The primary course objective is to develop a fundamental understanding of the origins and magnitude of aerodynamic forces and moments, primarily on aircraft where they provide the lift and balance needed to fly, and to develop methodologies for modeling and prediction of such forces and moments.  A secondary course objective is to develop a fundamental understanding of gas dynamics in nozzles with application to aircraft and rocket propulsion.


Previous Semesters:

Spring 2017: Aerospace Software (CU-Boulder)

Fall 2016: Aerodynamics (CU-Boulder)

Summer 2016: Isogeometric Methods (TU Delft)

Spring 2016: Aerospace Software (CU-Boulder) and Turbulent Flows (CU-Boulder)

Fall 2015: Aerodynamics (CU-Boulder)

Spring 2015: Aerospace Software (CU-Boulder)

Fall 2014: Isogeometric Methods (CU-Boulder)

Fall 2014: Stabilized and Variational Multiscale Methods in CFD (CU-Boulder)

Spring 2014: Turbulent Flows (CU-Boulder)

Fall 2013: Fluid Mechanics (CU-Boulder)

Spring 2013: Stabilized and Variational Multiscale Methods in CFD (UT Austin)

Fall 2012: Introduction to Computer Programming (UT Austin)

Summer 2012: Short Course on Isogeometric Analysis (CIME, Italy)