Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering
Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering covers an undergraduate, introductory course to the fascinating discipline of aeronautical engineering
Research activities in the following fields: Optimal Control, Aircraft Trajectory Optimization, Air Navigation, Aviation Environmental Impact
Woek published in books, JCR journal papers, and conference papers. The work has also been presented in several international conferences.
Teaching undergraduate courses and graduate courses in the area of aerospace engineering: Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and Air Navigation.
Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering is a text book that provides an introductory, thorough overview of aeronautical engineering, and it is aimed at serving as reference for an undergraduate course on aerospace engineering. The Second Edition has been published in 2017.
Fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering (2nd Edition)
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Fundamentals of aerospace engineering is an undergraduate introductory course to the fascinating discipline of aeronautical engineering.
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