Department of Engineering

# Aviation

## My Studies

## Current Curriculum

#### 1. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587103
Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
History of aviation, terminology, organisations, process of aircraft development from phase advance to the finished product, fundamentals of aerodynamics and flight dynamics (pressure point, neutral point, coefficient notation, polars, c-p diagram for conventional and supercritical profiles, v-n diagram, gust sensitivity), definitions and conversions of velocity (IAS, CAS, EAS, TAS), introduction to aerodynamics of supersonic aircraft, fundamentals of propulsion technology, introduction to aircraft performance (climb, calculation of range, turns).

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 1 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 220587111
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 1
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Description of a manufacturing process for the production of a technological product, measuring, gauging, welding, soldering, bonding, riveting, screwing, turning, milling, planing, drilling, broaching, sawing, eroding, grinding, honing, lapping, polishing, casting, sintering, pressing, rolling, forging, sheet metal bending, deep drawing.

Aeronautical English 1 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587101
Aviation Industry English
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
This course is designed to enhance the communicative competence of students in English and to create a foundation level of language proficiency for the subsequent semesters in this degree programme. Students are expected to improve their language skills in subject-specific situations and contexts.

Engineering Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587105
Materials Science
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Students should acquire fundamental knowledge of the classification of materials, the structure of metals and alloys and mechanical and physical properties of materials. Testing of materials and components; damage calculations, fatigue life expectancy of components.

Engineering Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587104
Statics
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Subjects of mechanics, kinematics, axioms in mechanics, plane system of forces, body force system, equilibrium conditions, centre of gravity, statically determined bearing, distribution of forces, principle of sections, trusses, beams, statics of cables, friction, work, principle of virtual displacement, stability of equilibrium.

Foundations of Aviation 1 | Lecture (VO) | Coursecode: 220587102
Aviation Law
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Legal structures in aviation, aviation organizations (ICAO, EASA, Austro Control), national law, international law, licensing, flight operations, airspaces, operation of drones.

Principles of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587108
Applied Mathematics 1
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Vector algebra; linear systems of equations; elementary functions; differential calculus; integral calculus; series expansion (power series, Taylor series); Fourier series

Principles of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587106
Basics of Computer Science and Programming
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Representation of numbers in a computer; data types; input/output (streams, formatted I/O, I/O from and to files); control structures; functions and function overloading; pointers and arrays; algorithms and their implementation

Principles of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics | Lecture (VO) | Coursecode: 220587110
Chemistry and Fuels
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Atomic structure and chemical bonding; periodic table of chemical elements; stoichiometry; energy balance of chemical reactions; combustion of hydrocarbons; electrochemistry; fuel cells; batteries

Principles of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587109
Orientation phase
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Onboarding of students; getting to know the program (teachers, administration) and the infrastructure (laboratory); getting to know each other and socializing; learning techniques and time management; refreshing of scientific basics

Principles of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587107
Physics
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Introduction to physics; units and systems of measurement; classical mechanics; elements of the kinetic theory of gases (gases and the notion of temperature); mechanical oscillations and waves; fundamentals of acoustics; fundamentals of optics; fundamentals of electricity (electrostatics, magnetostatics, induction)

#### 2. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587202
Fundamentals of Aircraft Design
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Introduction to the design of aircraft as a complex system-within-systems by means of heuristic and iterative approaches; viewing aircraft within simple but global interconnections; variables and design parameters (thrust-to-weight ratio, aerodynamic quality), with the goal of approaching a vital design through successive gain of knowledge. This is achieved by the following steps: the design process and lifecycle of an aircraft; the definition and analysis of requirements for civil (FAR/JAR) and military aircraft types (WSDS) including the analysis of the mission layout; flight range in the altitude-airspeed (Mach) diagram based on the ISA standard atmosphere and relevant propulsion concepts; establishing of simple flight mechanical and energetic, quasi-stationary relationships and specific excess power; significance of the flight envelope and important performance values. Statistical methods of simple mass and cost estimation; derivation of mass scaling norms; ...

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 2 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 220587210
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 2
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Correct use of multimeter and oscilloscope. Measurement of electrical voltage, current, resistance. Measurement errors. Propagation of measurement errors. Measurement of time-varying physical quantities using oscilloscopes.

Aeronautical English 2 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587201
English for Aeronautical Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Consolidation of vocabulary knowledge, technical terms and selected areas of grammar in professional contexts; communicative vocabulary-building tasks and activities in aeronautical engineering; practice of fluency in subject-specific situations; introduction to technical-scientific writing

Applied Mathematics and Informatics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587208
Applied Mathematics 2
4

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Complex numbers; matrix calculus (algebra, eigenvalues); functions in several variables; partial derivatives; extreme values of functions in several variables; multiple integrals; ordinary differential equations; systems of ordinary differential equations; Laplace transformation

Applied Mathematics and Informatics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587209
Statistics and Data Analysis
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Probability: concept of probability; permutations and combinations; random variables and distributions; mean and variance; binomial, Poisson and normal distribution; Statistics: sampling; confidence intervals; hypothesis testing; quality control; Chi-square test; regression analysis; parameter estimation.

Applied Mathematics and Informatics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587207
Technical Programming
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Introduction to the MATLAB/SIMULINK program package or a similar program. MATLAB: general introduction; vectors and matrices; vector-oriented programming; scripts and functions; MATLAB graphics; creating GUIs; SIMULINK: general introduction; simulation of dynamic systems using block diagrams

Foundations of Aviation 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587203
Aeronautical Navigation and Meteorology
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Lecture part on navigation: historical overview, introduction - fundamentals, shape of the earth, cartography, reference directions, magnetism in aircraft, aeronautical charts, wind triangle - flight planning, radio navigation, satellite navigation. Navigation exercise: In small groups, radio navigation procedures are developed on PC-supported exercise equipment, and their practical application is tested. Lecture part on meteorology: structure of the atmosphere, basic concepts of meteorology, weather formation, hazards, weather codes (METAR,TAF), warning formats (SIGMET, AIRMET), cartography.

Technological Foundations 2 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 220587204
Design Theory
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
The course is an introduction to the subject of design theory and deals with selected standard parts on a theoretical and practical level. Interfaces and procedures for the design engineer in the development process chain are developed and discussed. Emphasis is placed on promoting technical understanding as well as on creating, reading, interpreting and fully understanding engineering drawings. The theoretical contents of the course are rounded off by practical examples on the topic of production-oriented design as well as the correct use of selected standard parts including their application in aeronautical assemblies.

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587206
Introduction to Aircraft Electronic Systems
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Basic electrical quantities and measuring techniques; electric circuit; basic circuits for direct current; power sources; resistance; electric field and capacitor; magnetic field and inductance; transformers; basic circuits for alternating current; semiconductor physics; diodes; transistors; A/D and D/A converters; digital components and circuits.

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587205
Strength of Materials
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
The course Strength of Materials deals with the determination of the internal stress of solid bodies as well as with the evaluation of the resulting material behavior. With the methods of strength theory, components can be dimensioned economically and designed safely. In addition to the determination of stresses and deformations in the workpiece, the course also takes into account the reaction of the materials to the respective stresses. Contents: basic stress types (tension/compression, bending, shear, torsion), Mohr's stress circle, oblique bending, buckling and combined stresses. Aeronautical applications such as stresses on airfoil spars and their dimensioning are emphasized.

Elective Subjects:

Modultitel Englisch | Lecture (VO) | Coursecode: 220587211
Aircraft Accident Investigation
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Basics of safety in aviation as an HRO (High Reliability Organization) Organization of aircraft accident investigations (ICAO Annex 13, EU VO 996) Practical examples (significant accidents/incidents, accidents/incidents from the recent past) Recording of safety with key figures (ICAO, IATA, EASA) and scientific models (J. Reason, Edwards, Heinrich, EUROCONTROL Safety II)

Modultitel Englisch | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587212
Radiotelephone Certificate
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Preparation for the practical part of the radio operator examination, in the form of exercises. Step-by-step approach to exam maturity in exercise modules (VFR, IFR, IFR-VFR, VFR-IFR). Beginning of each module with the presentation of a DEMO example, then completing the level through direct exercises or following the exercises of fellow students

#### 3. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587302
Applied Aircraft Design
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Based on the course Aircraft Design, the subject Applied Aircraft Design increases the level of detail and deepens the knowledge of aircraft design. The course treats components of aircraft and their influence in order to arrive at an appropriate configuration (fuselage, wings and empennage). The influence of geometry caused by special mission requirements such as stealth capabilities in combat aircraft. After deriving the wing geometry from the previously determined wing loading and mission requirements, the course continues with the calculation and elaboration of the data sets in aerodynamics, propulsion and masses. Estimation and calculation methods for aerodynamic forces (lift and drag from advanced wing theory) and moments (neutral point) in sub-, trans- and supersonic velocity ranges. Determination of an appropriate aerofoil profile and creation of the aerofoil, wing and aircraft polars. Off-design layout by means of high-lift devices and turbular lift of highly-swept wings...

Aeronautical Engineering 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587303
Avionics and Air Traffic Control Technology
4

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Overview of CNS/ATM systems (VOR, DME, NDB/ADF, ILS, GNSS, primary radar, ATCRBS, Mode S, VHF-, HF-COM, data link); concepts of signal transfer using the example of a non-directional beacon (modulation, wave propagation); concepts of signal transfer using the example of the Mode-S radar (coding, error control); system analysis (noise, assembly of electronic components, transmitter and receiver, link budget); approval and certification of avionics; avionics buses (ARINC, Mil-STD); system architecture; reliability and redundancy concepts

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 3 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 220587310
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 3
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Soldering technology and prototype construction. Analog circuit technology with diodes and transistors. Applications of microprocessors and their hardware-related programming for exemplary aircraft systems.

Aeronautical English 3 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587301
English for Aeronautical Technology
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Specialist aeronautical and career-specific topics; focus on aeronautical technology; expansion of professional and academic communication skills

Applied Mathematics and Informatics 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587309
Applied Mathematics 3
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Fourier transform; FFT; line, surface and volume integrals; curvilinear coordinate systems; vector analysis; integral theorems of Gauss and Stokes; partial DEs using the example of the wave and heat conduction equation; solution using the separation approach and Fourier expansion; solution using the Fourier transform.

Applied Mathematics and Informatics 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587308
Scientific Computing
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Specialization in the MATLAB/SIMULINK program package or similar software. Introduction to numerics Numerical solution of differential equation systems Interpolation and balancing Numerical solution of linear systems of equations Numerical solution of partial differential equations

Computer-Aided Engineering 1 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 220587305
Geometry and CAD
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
This course is an introduction to the subject of descriptive geometry and deals with the basic geometric elements and three-dimensional basic bodies. After the theoretical consideration of these elements, they are constructed by hand in practical examples, thus training the spatial imagination of students. Individual solids are constructed, including the treatment of unions or intersections. Furthermore, in addition to manual construction methods, modern Computer-Aided Design (CAD) systems are also discussed. On the one hand, this includes the design of individual components, and, on the other hand, the composition of functional assemblies. After the design has been completed, production and assembly drawings are derived from the designed components.

Computer-Aided Engineering 1 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 220587304
Machine elements
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Relevant machine elements are covered theoretically and practically. The overall objective is to deepen the understanding of methodological tools for the design and construction of mechanical assemblies. At the end of the course, the theoretical knowledge acquired is applied to an extensive practical example. Existing conventions and standards are used, and the development process is specifically highlighted (idea - sketch - design/calculation - detailed design - optimization).

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587306
Dynamcis
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Kinetics of a particle, inclined throw with and without resistance, vibrations (undamped, damped, forced), work, power, potential, work law, energy law, law of gravitation, central force, central force motion, kinetics of a system of particles (Newton's second law of motion, principle of linear momentum, principle of angular momentum, work law, energy law, impact of two particles, bodies with changing mass), motion of a rigid body (kinematics, kinetics of the rotation around a fixed axis, kinetics of plane motion, kinetics of spatial motion, work, energy, power, mass moment of inertia), relative motion of a particle.

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587307
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Fundamentals of thermodynamics (state properties, process properties, cycle processes); introduction to kinetic gas theory; zeroth law of thermodynamics; first law of thermodynamics (open and closed systems); second law of thermodynamics (introduction to the principles of entropy, irreversible processes, exergy and anergy, Carnot-cycle efficiency); third law of thermodynamics; state changes (isobaric, isochoric, isothermal, isentropic, polytropic processes); ideal and real gases (Nelson-Obert diagram); one-component phase diagrams; water vapour as a real gas; Clausius-Rankine process; thermodynamic potentials; compressible and incompressible flow processes (Laval nozzle).

#### 4. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587404
Fiber-Reinforced Plastics
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Properties of fiber-plastic composites, material characterization, micro- and macromechanics, process technology, composite mechanics, stiffnesses and strengths, construction methods, fiber and matrix systems, sandwich composites, joining techniques

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587410
Lightweight Engineering
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
The major areas include lightweight design and principles, lightweight materials, lightweight parameters, stress analysis, energy methods, introduction to the Finite Element Method, strain gauge measurement, equivalent stress, plasticity, assessment of stresses, stress intensity, lightweight idealizations (shear flow in web panels, torsion of thin-walled sections), loss of stability (buckling of columns, flexural-torsional buckling, instability of transversely-loaded columns, buckling of plates and shells).

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 4 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 220587411
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 4
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Production of fiber-plastic composites in the laboratory with materials typical for aviation. Learning of different processes, working with various starting materials. Production of test specimens for materials testing, independent performance of tensile tests and evaluation of the specimens. Learning how to handle molds and basic knowledge of mold construction.

Aeronautical English 4 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587401
Global Workplace Interaction in Aeronautics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Professional communication skills; chairing meetings; international negotiations; taking minutes; simulated meetings

Computer-Aided Engineering 2 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 220587405
Applied Design
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
During this course, the methodical work with CAD tools is strengthened on the basis of product development tasks. The digital development process is worked out on the basis of a practical example. The aim is to interlink interdisciplinary skills with the goal of creating digital 3D models of technical assemblies in an aerospace context. Students broaden the skills necessary to use a CAD system.

Human-Machine Interface 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587409
Human-Machine Interaction and Usability Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Students are taught the theories and principles of human-machine interaction, methods and guidelines of user-centred development as well as the basics of usability engineering and usability testing.

Industrial Engineering 1 | () | Coursecode: 220587403
Basics of Industrial Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Industrial Engineering 1 | () | Coursecode: 220587402
Project Management
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587407
Applied Thermodynamics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Evaluation criteria of comparative processes (thermal efficiency, work ratio, exergetic efficiency, COP (Coefficient of Performance); heat engines; idealized comparative processes without/with combustion (Stirling, Otto, Diesel, Seilinger, Joule, Ericcson), isentropic efficiency, combined cycle (gas and steam); heat pumps and refrigeration systems; IVRC (Ideal Vapour Refrigerent Cycle), air conditioning systems; aircraft engine (Brayton process); fundamentals of combustion (fuel composition, calorific value, combustion calculation, air demand); humid air (mixture of ideal gases, h,x diagram according to Mollier, wet bulb temperature, dew point, law of Dalton); stationary and transient heat transfer (Biot number, Fourier number, model of ideally-stirred containers, model of semi-infinite bodies); thermal radiation; convective heat transfer (Nusselt number, free/forced flow).

Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587408
Fluid Mechanics
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Fundamentals: historical review; definition of fluid mechanics; review of mathematical basics, operators, tensors; properties of Newtonian fluids; definition of viscosity; fundamental equations, differential conservation equations; definition of substantial derivatives; definition of Eulerian vs. Lagrangian equations; derivation of equations of motion in Euler coordinates (conservation of mass, momentum and energy, general transport equation); definition and explanation of rate of angular deformation, rotation, shear, and stress tensor; derivation of Navier-Stokes equations for Cartesian coordinates; specialisation in time-independent, fully-developed flow in Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates on the basis of exercises; Euler equations; derivation of Bernoulli’s equation for time-independent flow and potential fields; time-independent stream tube theory; specialisation in Navier-Stokes equations as applied to fluids at rest and uniformly accelerated fluids...

Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587406
Systems Theory and Feedback Control
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Introduction; modeling of dynamic systems; description of systems in the time domain; description of systems in the frequency domain; important transfer elements; the control loop and its properties; PID controllers; root-locus method; frequency domain methods.

Elective Subjects:

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587414
Additive Manufacturing Processes
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
By combining theory and practice, students gain a fundamental insight into the most important topics of additive manufacturing for the processing of metals and plastics. The theoretical part covers general information, explanations of the various processes and materials science fundamentals as well as basic process limitations and design and construction guidelines. In parallel, practical examples are used to illustrate complete process sequences. In addition to the selection of suitable components and the drafting of an optimized design (software-supported shape and topology optimization, lightweight construction, bionics), the course addresses the topic of reverse engineering.

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587413
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Students acquire comprehensive theoretical background knowledge of computational fluid dynamics and apply it practically using CFD software. Subject areas: fundamentals of computer-aided flow calculations; finite-volume method and discretization methods (upwind and central difference scheme); introduction to turbulence modelling; grid generation in ANSYS ICEM; CFD simulations in ANSYS CFX; practical applications to the calculation of lift and drag on wing profiles.

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587412
Electrical Energy Storage and Alternative Fuels
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Aircraft batteries: requirements, characteristics, technologies, cell types, description of the dynamic operating behaviour based on electrotechnical models. Fuel cells: functional principle, types and characteristics, hydrogen storage and infrastructure, safety aspects. Selected concepts and system architectures of hybrid and solar aircraft. Current topics on alternative fuels in aviation.

#### 5. Semester

Preparation for the Bachelor's Thesis_1 | Project Thesis (PA) | Coursecode: 220587501
Project Work
0.25

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Solving a technical, economic or organizational problem under supervision in the field of aviation. Preparation of a project report and giving a scientific presentation in English. The project work serves as preparation for the bachelor's thesis and also as a case study for project management.

Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587508
Aerodynamcis
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Basic methods of description; complex function; ideal and potential flow: velocity potential, stream function, basic flow models, investigation of fixed and rotated cylinders in potential flow, lift generation, D’Alambert paradox, real flow around the wing section; simplified calculation of lift generated on a thin plate and airfoil, lift generation theory, Kutta-Joukowsky law and condition, lift on a thin plate in real flow, lift as a function of the angle of attack, maximum lift, effects of wing mechanisms (flaps, slots); drag, components of the drag, induced drag, parasite drag and its components; airfoil theory: geometrical and aerodynamic characteristics of airfoils, polar curve diagrams, moments generated on the airfoils; finite wing theory; boundary layer theory; aerodynamic characteristics of bodies like the fuselage; fundamentals of gas dynamics: speed of sound, aerodynamic heating, equation for the description of the normal and oblique shock waves, polar curve diagrams; ...

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587507
Flight Mechanics and Rotorcraft
4

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Basic terms and definitions; equations of motion; aerodynamic forces and moments; modelling of propulsion systems; sensors and actuators; atmosphere and Earth; simulation of non-linear flight dynamic models; trimming and steady-state flight; linearization and dynamic modes; flying and handling qualities; introduction to flight control systems; design of rotorcraft, vertical flight, horizontal flight, rotary wing dynamics and aerodynamics

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587505
Thermal Turbomachinery and Jet Propulsion
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Applied fundamentals, efficiency, characteristics, 2D blade cascade, 2D axial turbine stage, 2D axial compressor stage, fundamentals of 3D flow, radial compressor, radial turbine, combustion chamber, inlet, nozzle, thermodynamic cycle of a gas turbine, turbojet and turbofan

Aeronautical Engineering 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587504
UAV Technology
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Introduction to UAV regulations, UAV types, UAV technology, avionics of UAVs; from model aircraft to autonomous UAVs; basics of flight controllers, basics of sensors, basics of electric motors, basics of energy management, basics of network technology as well as an overview of communication modules for the use of UAVs within and beyond visual range; presentation of technologies for the integration of UAVs into the airspace - UTM

Aeronautical English 5 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587502
Professional Communication and Presentation
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Preparing, structuring, presenting and documenting topics using various presentation techniques and media such as Microsoft® PowerPoint™ and the flip chart. In this way, students will acquire additional language and presentation skills as well as improve already existing ones.

Industrial Engineering 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587503
Applied Industrial Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Basics, analysis and practical functions and applications of internal and external accounting. Reflection on acquired theoretical knowledge using the example of creating a project proposal.

Preparation for the Bachelor's Thesis | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 220587509
Scientific Work
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Students are taught basic criteria and methods of scientific work with regard to the requirements of the bachelor's thesis. Structure, form and content requirements of a scientific paper, correct citation, literature search, critical questioning of the demand for objectivity and validity.

Technological Foundations 5 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587506
Numerical Analysis of Structures (FEM)
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
This course treats the methodical work with FEM software on the basis of practical tasks. The numerical methods underlying the FEM software and their peculiarities are learned in theory and consolidated in a subsequent practical exercise. The aim is to link previously learned skills from strength theory and design with their applications to complex geometries and materials.

Field Luftfahrtlizenzen:

Professional Internship Aviation Licenses 1 | Practical (PR) | Coursecode: 220587514
Professional Internship Aviation Licenses 1
1

*SWS*26*ECTS*
The Professional Internship Aviation Licensing 1 is offered in the Aviation Licensing specialisation and prepares students for the external acquisition of an airline pilot, ATC controller, or aircraft maintenance license. The internship takes place at an airline, air navigation service provider, or aircraft maintenance facility.

Elective Subjects Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587511
Artificial Intelligence in Aviation
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Introduction and theory Machine learning: supervised/unsupervised learning Possibilities/limitations of artificial neural networks, universal approximation theorem, architectures (fully connected, convolutional, recurrent and LSTM) and their areas of application (pattern recognition in images and language, semantic analysis, translation, reinforcement learning, anomaly detection/classification) Usage of and differences in activation functions, layers, weighting matrices and bias vectors Learning ANN: (stochastic) gradient descent methods without\with momentum, backpropagation, iterations, epochs, batch size, input shuffle, termination conditions, normalization Overfitting: detection, effects & countermeasures Inference, reinforcement learning Current research topics

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587510
Electric Drives and Aircraft Electrical Systems
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Elements of the electrical system, magnetic field theory and magnetic circuits, generators, transformer-rectifier units, electromechanical actuators, electric motors and generators. Consideration of technical terms from the perspectives of the cockpit crew, engineers as well as scientists.

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587513
Piston and Internal Combustion Engines
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Types and fundamentals of reciprocating engines; mechanical function and thermodynamics of reciprocating and internal combustion engines; structure, function and component design of reciprocating engines; types and examples of aircraft engines; propeller drives.

Elective Courses in Aeronautical Engineering 2 | Lecture (VO) | Coursecode: 220587512
Sustainable Aviation Fuels
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Review of the basics of chemical reactions from "Chemistry and Fuels" (stoichiometry, energy balances, etc.) Combustion of hydrocarbons Currently-used manufacturing processes for kerosene and other hydrocarbon-based fuels Manufacturing processes of sustainable energy carriers: electrical energy, synthetic hydrocarbon-based fuels, hydrogen Alternative energy sources for aircraft propulsion and the related infrastructure: analysis of advantages and disadvantages (leaded fuels) Certification aspects

#### 6. Semester

Bachelor's Thesis and Examination | Modul/Final Examination (FA) | Coursecode: 220587604
Bachelor's Examination
0

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Presentation of the bachelor's thesis, defence, and examination in the corresponding subject. The board examination is carried out in accordance with the requirements for final examinations at FH Bachelor's degree programmes pursuant to the FHG as amended.

Bachelor's Thesis and Examination | Bachelor's Thesis (BA) | Coursecode: 220587603
Bachelor's Thesis
0.33

*SWS*9*ECTS*
Based on the project work in the 5th semester OR the professional internship in the 6th semester, the bachelor's thesis is written according to the guidelines of "Good Scientific Practice".

Human-Machine Interface 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587602
Certification in Aeronautics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Legal basis and on-board documents -EU Basic Regulation - division and responsibilities, EASA tasks -Certification and boarding documents, LFG, ZLLV and national regulations Aviation Law -National, European and International Organizations Operational regulations ICAO - Chicago Convention - SARPs and PANS, Annexes to the Convention - Structure and function of ICAO, implementation Standardization - Structure and function of an SDO - Interfaces to regulation

Human-Machine Interface 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 220587601
Management Systems in Aviation
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Students are taught the basics in the areas of quality assurance, environmental management and safety management: introduction to and requirements for quality management systems; introduction to sustainable environmental management and implementation of an environmental management system; introduction to methods and scientific models in safety and risk management as well as safety culture.

Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Professional Internship Aviation Industry | Practical (PR) | Coursecode: 220587605
Professional Internship Aviation Industry
1

*SWS*15*ECTS*
Working on technical, organisational or economic tasks in an industrial environment related to aviation. Preparation for the bachelor's thesis.

Field Luftfahrtlizenzen:

Professional Internship Aviation Licenses 2 | Practical (PR) | Coursecode: 220587606
Professional Internship Aviation Licenses 2
1

*SWS*15*ECTS*
The Professional Internship Aviation Licensing 2 is offered in the Aviation Licensing specialisation and prepares students for the external acquisition of an airline pilot, ATC controller, or aircraft maintenance license. The internship takes place at an airline, air navigation service provider, or aircraft maintenance facility.

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#### 1. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 1 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 160587110
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 1
3

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Description of an industrial process for manufacturing a technological product: measuring, measuring instruments, fusion welding, soldering, bonding, riveting, bolting, turning, milling, planing, drilling, reaming, sawing, eroding, grinding, honing, lapping, polishing, casting, sintering, sheet metal forming, rolling, forging, sheet bending, deep drawing.

Aeronautical English 1 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587101
Aviation Industry English
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Enhancement and expansion of foreign language skills already acquired as well as introduction to specialist terminology with a focus on business and aviation industry English (except phraseology used in aeronautical radio telephony).

Applied Mathematics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587108
Applied Mathematics 1
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Elementary functions; complex numbers; differential calculus; integral calculus; series expansion (power series, Taylor series); Fourier series

Applied Mathematics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587109
Linear Algebra
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Linear systems of equations, vector algebra, matrix computations

Aviation Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587102
Air Law
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Public law: Definitions of administrative law, Austrian constitution. Air law: Sources of air law, airspace organization, regulations when crossing borders, aircraft, personnel licensing, aerodromes, obstructions, expropriations, commercial air transport, air navigation services, pilot in command, search and rescue, accident investigation, authorities and procedures, liability and insurance, penalties, rules of the air, international air law (conventions).

Aviation Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587103
Principles of Flight
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
History of aviation, terminology, organisations, process of aircraft development from phase advance to the finished product, fundamentals of aerodynamics and flight dynamics (pressure point, neutral point, coefficient notation, polars, c-p diagram for conventional and supercritical profiles, v-n diagram, gust sensitivity), definitions and conversions of velocity (IAS, CAS, EAS, TAS), introduction to aerodynamics of supersonic aircraft, fundamentals of propulsion technology, introduction to aircraft performance (climb, calculation of range, turns).

Informatics 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587106
Computer Engineering 1
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Representation of numbers in a computer Data types Input/Output (streams, formatted I/O, I/O from and to files) Control structures Functions and function overloading Pointers and arrays Algorithms and their implementation

Physics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587107
Physics
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Introduction to physics; units and systems of measurement; classical mechanics; elements of the kinetic theory of gases (gases and the notion of temperature); mechanical oscillations and waves; fundamentals of acoustics; fundamentals of optics; fundamentals of electricity (electrostatics, magnetostatics, induction)

Technological Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587105
Materials Science
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Students should acquire fundamental knowledge of the classification of materials, the structure of metals and alloys and mechanical and physical properties of materials. Testing of materials and components; damage calculations, fatigue life expectancy of components.

Technological Foundations 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587104
Mechanics 1
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Subjects of mechanics, kinematics, axioms in mechanics, plane system of forces, body force system, equilibrium conditions, centre of gravity, statically determined bearing, distribution of forces, principle of sections, trusses, beams, statics of cables, friction, work, principle of virtual displacement, stability of equilibrium.

#### 2. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 2 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 160587211
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 2
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Measurement of electric voltage, current, resistance; measurement errors; propagation of measurement errors; measurement of time-varying physical quantities using oscilloscopes.

Aeronautical English 2 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587201
English for Aeronautical Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Enhancement of foreign language skills already acquired as well as expansion of specialist terminology with a focus on English in science and aeronautical engineering (except phraseology used in aeronautical radio telephony).

Applied Mathematics 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587209
Applied Mathematics 2
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Functions with multiple variables; partial derivatives; extremums of functions in multiple variables; multiple integrals; ordinary differential equations; systems of ordinary differential equations; Laplace transformation.

Applied Mathematics 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587210
Probability Theory and Statistics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Probability theory: concept of probability; permutations and combinations; random variables and distributions; mean and variance; binomial, Poisson, and normal distribution; Statistics: random sampling; confidence intervals; testing of hypotheses; quality control; chi-squared test; regression analysis; parameter estimation.

Aviation Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587203
Air Navigation
2.5

*SWS*2.5*ECTS*
During the lecture, the basics of navigation procedures in general as well as the wind triangle, determination of direction, time, radio navigation, geography and cartography are imparted. The wind triangle, the use of the navigation computer, and concrete navigation examples are further topics of the course. Students work out concrete radio navigation procedures on PC-based simulators in small teams and apply them in practice. The use of aeronautical charts for various navigational tasks is also trained in practice.

Aviation Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587204
Meteorology
0.5

*SWS*0.5*ECTS*
The structure of the atmosphere and the basic concepts of meteorology are worked out in this course. Based on these concepts, the formation of weather, the global circulation and the aviation climatology on given routes are imparted. In the specific part of aeronautical meteorology the focus is on hazards, the aeronautical codes (METAR, TAF, TREND,...), the warning formats (SIGMET, AIRMET) as well as on the interpretation of charts (SIGCHART, UPPER LEVEL WIND AND TEMPERATURE CHARTS). The lecture is rounded off by a chapter about the working methods of modern meteorology.

Business Studies 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587202
Business Studies 1
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Introduction to general business administration The organisation as a socio-economic system Constitutive framework decisions Markets and Sales Human Resource Management Investment and Finance

CAX 1 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 160587205
Fundamentals of Design and Mechanical Components
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Short introduction to interfaces and procedures relevant to the design engineer within the product development process; presentation, properties, manual analytical dimensioning and practical problems of the most important mechanical components for applications in the field of aviation and simultaneous introduction to technical drawing and concept definition.

Informatics 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587208
Computer Engineering 2
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Extension of programming skills by object-oriented C++ concepts; transition to the core of the programming language C++; implementation of graphical user interfaces with the aid of C++.

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587207
Introduction to Aircraft Electronic Systems
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Basic electrical quantities and measuring techniques; electric circuit; basic circuits for direct current; power sources; resistance; electric field and capacitor; magnetic field and inductance; matching transformers; basic circuits for alternating current; semiconductor physics; diodes; diode circuits; transistors; transistor circuits; operational amplifiers; filters; A/D and D/A converters; digital circuits.

Technological Foundations 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587206
Strength of Materials
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
In the course Strength of Materials 1, the distribution of forces inside of bodies is investigated. In order to describe those distributed forces, an additional mathematical expression has to be introduced: the tensor (stress tensor). Bodies are no longer seen as rigid but can be deformed. Material laws connect the stresses with the deformations. Nominal stresses are determined in bodies which are idealised by using an exact mechanical model. These nominal stresses are then compared with allowable stresses derived from a chosen material. In that sense, also the deformations arising under actual loads are calculated in order to decide if they can be justified for a correct design. Contents: stresses, strains, material laws, tension / compression of rods, bending of beams, lateral force bending, torsion, energy methods (also as a basis for numerical methods), failure criteria.

Elective Subjects:

Elective Subjects in Aviation Foundations | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587212
Certification of Aeronautical Equipment
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
EASA Regulations. Initial Airworthiness. Airworthiness Codes (Bauvorschriften). Design Organization. Production Organization.

Elective Subjects in Aviation Foundations | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587213
General Radio Telephone Operator’s Certificate for Aeronautical Service
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Preparation for the practical part of the examination for the General Radio Telephone Operator’s Certificate for Aeronautical Service by means of exercises. Step-by-step instruction in practical units (VFR; IFR; IFR-VFR; VFR-IFR). Each unit starts with the demonstration of an example. Students then work out each level of exercises and observe the achievements of their classmates

#### 3. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 3 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 160587310
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 3
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Soldering techniques and prototyping of circuits; analog+D5 circuit design; applications using microprocessors.

Aeronautical English 3 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587301
English for Aeronautical Technology
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Enhancement and expansion of foreign language skills and specialist terminology with a focus on aeronautical technology; expansion of professional and academic reading and writing skills.

Aircraft Technology 1 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587303
Avionics and Air Traffic Control Technology
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Overview of CNS/ATM systems (VOR, DME, NDB/ADF, ILS, MLS, GNSS, primary radar, ATCRBS, Mode S, VHF-, HF-COM, data link); concepts of signal transfer using the example of voice communication (modulation, wave propagation); concepts of signal transfer using the example of the Mode-S radar (coding, error control); system analysis (noise, assembly of electronic components, transmitter and receiver, link budget); approval and certification of avionic components; avionics buses (ARINC, Mil-STD); system architecture; reliability and redundancy concepts.

Applied Mathematics 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587309
Applied Mathematics 3
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Analysis: line, surface and volume integrals (discussion of work, flows, circulations); integral theorems of Gauß and Stokes (transformation of differential equations into integral equations); partial differential equations using the examples of wave and heat conduction equations; solution by separation and Fourier expansion; solution by Fourier transform. Numerical methods: error problems in numerics; solution of systems of linear equations (direct, indirect methods); zeros of transcendental functions (Newton, bisection method, ...); quadrature (numerical integration); solution of ordinary differential equations (Runge-Kutta method); approximation of point sets (fitting of curves, least squares); solution of partial differential equations using the example of the finite difference method for the heat conduction equation.

Business Studies 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587302
Business Studies 2
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Functions of accounting Financial accounting Cost accounting and profit and loss accounts

CAx 2 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 160587305
3D Geometry and Design
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Training the ability to imagine objects in three dimensions; combination of classical methods in descriptive geometry with modern 3D software tools.

CAx 2 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 160587304
Applied Design 1
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Students gain technical drawing skills using 3D design software and practical design problems in aircraft construction. Industry practices and standards are considered and the design process is presented (idea, sketch, conceptual design, design procedure, detailed design, design optimisation).

Informatics 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587308
Scientific Computing
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Introduction to the software package MATLAB/SIMULINK. MATLAB: general introduction; vectors and matrices; vector-oriented programming; scripts and functions; MATLAB-graphics; creation of GUIs; SIMULINK: general introduction; simulation of dynamic systems with block diagrams; introduction to Stateflow

Technological Foundations 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587306
Mechanics 2
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Kinetics of a particle, inclined throw with and without resistance, vibrations (undamped, damped, forced), work, power, potential, work law, energy law, law of gravitation, central force, central force motion, kinetics of a system of particles (Newton's second law of motion, principle of linear momentum, principle of angular momentum, work law, energy law, impact of two particles, bodies with changing mass), motion of a rigid body (kinematics, kinetics of rotation around a fixed axis, kinetics of plane motion, kinetics of spatial motion, work, energy, power, mass moment of inertia), relative motion of a particle.

Technological Foundations 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587307
Thermodynamics 1
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics (thermal properties of state, process properties, working cycles), introduction to kinetic gas dynamics, zeroth law of thermodynamics, first law of thermodynamics (open and closed systems), second law of thermodynamics (introduction to the principles of entropy, irreversible processes, exergy and anergy, Carnot cycle efficiency), third law of thermodynamics, changes of state (isobar, isochor, isotherm, isentrop, polytrop), ideal gases, gas mixtures, real gases, phase diagrams, water vapour, steam power plants, flow processes.

#### 4. Semester

Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 4 | Lab practical (LU) | Coursecode: 160587410
Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory 4
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Materials, mould design and construction, manufacturing process, laminate layup (solid laminate and sandwich structures).

Aeronautical English 4 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587401
Global Workplace Interaction in Aeronautics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Professional communication skills in English; global competence; English for meetings; meeting simulations and role plays.

Aircraft Technology 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587403
Aircraft Design 1
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Problems and basic procedures in designing aircraft; description of aircraft (historical development). Development of civil and military aircraft based on demand analyses and tactical requirements as well as a short discussion of development phases. Fundamental calculations of aerodynamic forces and moments, especially assessment of drag during subsonic, transonic and supersonic flow in preliminary design phase; presentation of typical features of different propulsion systems and the most important flight attitudes in the field of flight dynamics for the conceptual design of aircraft. Preparations for the installation of engines (intake, nacelle, tail, jet) in consideration of the conditions during subsonic, transonic and supersonic flow; methods for estimating masses of fuselages and aircraft systems; impact of geometry on masses; weight estimation of commercial aircraft. Operational range of commercial aircraft.

Aircraft Technology 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587404
Production Engineering in Aeronautics
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Insights into various production processes in the aviation industry and the related process operations, control sequences and quality assurance procedures. Acquisition of fundamental knowledge in the fields of: CFRP (carbon fibre-reinforced plastic) production (history and future); forming techniques; casting and welding; surface treatment and coating; installation, mounting and fitting techniques (automation technology in aeronautical engineering); chip removal (most advanced chip removal methods in aeronautical engineering).

CAx 3 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 160587405
Applied Design 2
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Introduction to the methodical application of CAD tools, design of aircraft parts in project teams.

Elective Subjects in Aircraft Technology 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587413
Model-Based Systems Development
3

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Introduction to systems engineering; processes and tools for planning a programme; quality function deployment; risk management; model-based systems engineering.

Elective Subjects in Aircraft Technology 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587411
Numerical Analysis of Structures (FEM)
3

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Students gain skills in the practical application of FEM software together with comprehensive theoretical background knowledge.

Elective Subjects in Aircraft Technology 2 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587412
Numerical Fluid Mechanics (CFD)
3

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Students gain skills in the practical application of CFD software together with comprehensive theoretical background knowledge.

Human-Machine Interaction and Usability Engineering | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587409
Human-Machine Interaction and Usability Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Fundamentals of human-machine interaction; methods and guidelines of human-centred design; fundamentals of usability; usability engineering lifecycle; usability heuristics.

Project Management | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587402
Project Management
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
The lecture covers all parts of project management that are necessary to professionally run a project. It includes PM theories as well as the practical usage of PM tools. The content is aligned with international PM standards (like IPMA and PMI) and is the basis for a PM certification. The methods taught are the following: 1) General project and programme management (PM and PrgMng) 2) Management of projects and programmes 3) Social skills 4) Management of project-oriented organizations Part of 1) are definitions of PM, PrgMng and also project chains, project networks and others. Part 2) is the core of the PM methods used to start, run and close down a project. Typical methods like GANT charts are included as well as methods like the cross-reference matrix. Part 3) looks at social skills. Its content features are practical standard methods like reflexion or methods to overcome conflicts as well as communication and leadership theories …

Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587408
Fluid Mechanics
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Fundamentals: - Historical review - Definition of fluid mechanics - Review of mathematical basics, operators, tensors - Properties of Newtonian fluids - Definition of viscosity Fundamental equations, differential conservation equations: - Definition of substantial derivatives - Definition Eulerian vs. Lagrangian equations - Derivation of equations of motion in Euler coordinates (conservation of mass, momentum and energy, general transport equation) - Definition and explanation of rate of angular deformation, rotation, shear, and stress tensor - Derivation of Navier-Stokes equations for Cartesian coordinates - Specialisation in time-independent, fully developed flow in Cartesian and cylindrical coordinates on the basis of exercises - Euler equations - Derivation of Bernoulli's Equation for time-independent flow and potential fields - Time-independent stream tube theory - Specialisation in Navier-Stokes equations as applied to fluids at rest and uniformly accelerated fluids…

Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587406
Fundamentals of Control Engineering and Systems Theory
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Introduction of block diagram and signal flow graph algebra; description and properties of linear dynamic systems in the time domain; state space representation and complete analytical solution; transformations and canonical forms; modal analysis; stability, transient and steady-state responses of linear systems; frequency domain; frequency response; pole-zero analysis; interrelation of time and frequency domains; state feedback control; state feedback controller structures; analysis and design of simple linear controls in the frequency domain (Nyquist diagram / root locus curve / frequency curve); ruggedness and static margins.

Technological Foundations 4 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587407
Thermodynamics 2
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Application of working cycles, Carnot cycle; hot gas engines: Stirling cycle; combustion engines: standard cycles of Otto, Diesel and Seilinger; gas turbines and jet engines: standard cycles of Joule and Ericson; real cycles; counterclockwise working cycles (refrigeration systems, heat pumps), COP, refrigerants, Clausius-Rankine cycle; humid air (foundations of gas-steam mixtures, changes of state in the h,x-diagram of Mollier); foundations of combustion (composition of fuels, heating value, combustion calculation, air requirement); heat transfer (stationary and transient heat conduction, free and forced thermal convection, heat radiation).

#### 5. Semester

Bachelor's Thesis 1 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587501
Project Work / Bachelor's Thesis 1
2

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Completing a technical task that corresponds to the student's level of education under supervision and writing the first bachelor's thesis. The course also serves as a case study of project management and technical documentation.

Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Aerodynamics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587508
Aerodynamics
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Basic methods of description; complex function; ideal and potential flow: velocity potential, stream function, basic flow models, investigation of fixed and rotated cylinder in potential flow, lift generation, D'Alambert paradox, real flow around the wing section; simplified calculation of lift generated on the thin plate and airfoil, lift generation theory, Kutta-Joukowsky law and condition, lift on thin plate in real flow, lift as function of angle of attack, maximum lift, effects of wing mechanisms (flaps, slots); drag, components of the drag, induced drag, parasite drag and its components; airfoil theory: geometrical and aerodynamic characteristics of airfoils, polar curve diagrams, moments generated on the airfoils; finite wing theory; boundary layer theory; aerodynamic characteristics of bodies like fuselage; fundamentals of gas dynamics: speed of sound, aerodynamic heating, equation for description of the normal and oblique shock waves, …

Aeronautical English 5 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587502
Professional Communication and Presentation
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Enhancement and expansion of foreign language and presentation skills in aeronautics.

Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587503
Aircraft Design 2
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Design diagrams of tactical aircraft; weight estimation of tactical aircraft; aerodynamic design: general problems; profile design (conventional, roof-top and transonic profile); wing shapes in regard to operational requirements and new technologies (wings with variable sweepback, wings with strakes, double delta wings, transonic wings, post-stalling wings); shaping of the fuselage; preliminary design of tail unit; essential aspects of design in respect of stability and controls; optimisation of complete aircraft configuration; economic efficiency of the design; aerodynamic problems, solutions and procedures when designing an aircraft. Techniques of aircraft design: essential aspects of design; preliminary design and design; parametric design and optimisation techniques as procedures in the preliminary design phase; design diagram as a graphic tool; differences in design between tactical aircraft and transport aeroplanes; …

Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587506
Reciprocating and Combustion Engines
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Types and fundamentals of reciprocating engines; mechanical function and thermodynamics of reciprocating and internal combustion engines; structure, function and component design of reciprocating engines; types and examples of aircraft engines; propeller drives.

Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587504
Rotorcraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems
1

*SWS*1*ECTS*
Design of rotorcraft, vertical flight, horizontal flight, rotary-wing dynamics and aerodynamics, unmanned aerial systems.

Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587505
Thermal Turbomachinery and Jet Engines
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Categorisation of turbomachinery, dimensional analysis, applied physical laws, efficiency, cascades, axial-flow turbine stage, axial-flow compressor stage, basics of three-dimensional flow, radial compressor, radial turbine, combustor, thermodynamic processes of jet engines.

Flight Mechanics | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587507
Flight Mechanics and Flight Simulation
3

*SWS*4*ECTS*
Basic terms and definitions; equations of motion; aerodynamic forces and moments; modelling of propulsion systems; sensors and actuators; the atmosphere and the Earth; simulation of non-linear flight-dynamic models; trimming and steady-state flight; linearisation and dynamic modes; flying and handling qualities; introduction to flight control systems.

Scientific Working Techniques | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587509
Scientific Working Techniques
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Students are introduced to basic scientific methods, which they practise with a view to the requirements imposed by the bachelor's thesis. Preparation: choice of topic and planning; searching for and processing of materials; structuring; manuscript organisation and formatting (template).

Field Luftfahrtlizenzen:

Internship 1 | Seminar (SE) | Coursecode: 160587514
Internship Aviation 1 (Seminar / Supervision)
1

*SWS*26*ECTS*
The Internship Aviation 1 is offered in the focus area Aviation Licences to prepare the acquisition of the commercial Airline Transport Pilot/ATC-Controller/Part-66 Licence. The internship takes place at an airline, an ANSP or a maintenance organisation.

Elective Subjects Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Elective Courses in Aircraft Technology 3 | Design practical (KU) | Coursecode: 160587512
Applied Design
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Introduction to the methodical application of CAD tools, design of aircraft parts in project teams.

Elective Courses in Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587513
Electrical Aircraft Systems and Digital Avionics
4

*SWS*5*ECTS*
Elements of the electrical busbar system, electrodynamics and electric machines, generators, batteries, transformer-rectifier unit, electro-mechanical actuators, integrated modular avionics.

Elective Courses in Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587510
Lightweight Engineering
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
The major areas include lightweight design and principles, lightweight materials, lightweight parameters, stress analysis, introduction to the Finite Element Method, strain gauge measurement, equivalent stress, plasticity, assessment of stresses, stress intensity, lightweight idealizations (shear flow in web panels, torsion of thin-walled sections), loss of stability (buckling of columns, flexural-torsional buckling, instability of transversely loaded columns, buckling of plates and shells).

Elective Courses in Aircraft Technology 3 | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587511
Plastics and Composites Technology
2

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Materials (plastics, reinforcement materials, fabrics, tapes, prepregs, core materials), manufacturing process, micro- and macromechanics of the lamina and laminate, laminate layup, analysis and dimensioning of composite structures using the classical laminate theory and failure criteria, joints and force transmission (mechanical linkage, adhesive bonding), design in composites (solid laminate and sandwich structures), damage tolerance and repair.

#### 6. Semester

Bachelor's Thesis 2 | Bachelor's Thesis (BA) | Coursecode: 160587603
Bachelor's Thesis 2 (Seminar / Supervision)
1

*SWS*6*ECTS*
Completing a technical task that corresponds to the student's level of education under supervision and writing the second bachelor's thesis.

Technology and Society | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587602
Innovation and Technology Strategies in the Aviation Industry
2

*SWS*2*ECTS*
Overview of the current changes in global aviation with regard to innovative technologies and strategies; overview of current international research programs; trend analysis of current and future challenges and commercial needs in the aerospace industry; visions and goals for the aviation sector; evaluation of technological and innovative activities

Technology and Society | Lecture/Practical (IL) | Coursecode: 160587601
Management Systems
3

*SWS*3*ECTS*
Quality assurance, environmental- and safety management Fundamentals of quality assurance, environmental- and safety management: introduction to quality management and quality management requirements; introduction to sustainable environmental management and the implementation of environmental management systems; introduction to methods and scientific models of safety and risk management as well as safety culture; causes of incidents and accidents as well as introduction to methods of risk analysis and error probability / safety assessment

Field Luftfahrtlizenzen:

Internship 2 | Practical (PR) | Coursecode: 160587605
Internship Aviation 2 (Seminar / Supervision)
1

*SWS*19*ECTS*
The Internship Aviation 2 is offered in the focus area Aviation Licences and prepares the acquisition of a commercial Airline Transport Pilot/ATC-Controller/Part-66 Licence. The internship takes place at an airline, an ANSP or a maintenance organisation.

Field Luftfahrttechnik:

Internship 2 | Practical (PR) | Coursecode: 160587604
Internship Aviation Industry (Seminar / Supervision)
1

*SWS*19*ECTS*
Completing of technical tasks in an industrial context as well as writing an internship report.