Higher Educationhttp://localhost:80/handle/123456789/16462019-02-21T02:43:59Z2019-02-21T02:43:59ZPhysics of Atmosphere and OceanIIT DelhiDr. Om P Sharmahttp://localhost:80/handle/123456789/91772018-12-04T00:53:08Z2014-03-24T00:00:00ZPhysics of Atmosphere and Ocean
IIT Delhi; Dr. Om P Sharma
Outline: The entire lecture course, consisting of 12 Modules, introduces to an entrant basic meteorology and oceanography, atmospheric thermodynamics, ocean physics, radiative transfer in the atmosphere and heat-induced tropical circulations. Topics in each module have several excellent textbooks, which the Instructor has followed in preparing these lectures. Each module is founded on basic subject knowledge and provides a fundamental understanding of concepts discussed therein. Solved examples are also an integral part of this course and several exercises have been added. By working out these exercises, a learner can understand the science of meteorology and oceanography fairly independently.
Pre-requisites: Calculus , Desirable: Basic Fortran and C / C++ Ordinary differential equations, Partial differential equation.
2014-03-24T00:00:00ZSpace TechnologyIIT MadrasDr. Nandan Kumar SinhaDr. Amit Kumarhttp://localhost:80/handle/123456789/91722018-12-04T00:20:09Z2014-10-09T00:00:00ZSpace Technology
IIT Madras; Dr. Nandan Kumar Sinha; Dr. Amit Kumar
Outline: Part (i): Rocket propulsion fundamentals, rocket dynamics and ascent flight mechanics, chemical rockets, multi-staging and optimization,Electrical rockets. Fundamentals of orbital mechanics (two body motion, circular and escape velocity, motion in elliptic, hyperbolic and parabolic orbits), basic orbital maneuvers.
Near earth missions (satellites to GEO/MEO/Geosynchronous, human flight), deep space missions. Space environment (atmosphere, radiation and magnetic fields).
Atmospheric entry flight mechanics, entry heating.
Part (ii): Space environment, spherical (attitude) geometry, attitude determination and control, review of rotational dynamics, rigid body dynamics, disturbance torques, passive attitude control, active control, spacecraft subsystems, attitude sensors.
2014-10-09T00:00:00ZGas DynamicsIIT MadrasDr. T.M. Muruganandamhttp://localhost:80/handle/123456789/91702018-12-04T00:07:42Z2013-03-05T00:00:00ZGas Dynamics
IIT Madras; Dr. T.M. Muruganandam
Outline: Review of Fundamentals: Concepts from Fluid Mechanics, Basic Thermodynamic Relations; Compressible flow: Concept of Waves in fluid, Mach waves, Compression waves, Expansion waves; Basic Flow features: Isentropic flow, Shock waves, Stationary and Moving Shocks, Oblique Shocks, Bow Shocks, Expansion Fans; Example flows: Flow around bodies, Shock expansion method for flow over airfoils. Flow Through a nozzle: Convergent Nozzles, CD Nozzles, Exit Pressure variation vs Stagnation pressure variation. Oblique shock wave reflections, Jet flows Under- and over-expanded flows Shear layers; Other Non-isentropic flows; Flow with Friction, Friction choking; Flow with heat addition, Thermal choking; Supersonic combustion; Experimental Methods; Shock Tube, Supersonic Wind tunnel, Flow visualization, Supersonic Probes. Methods of characteristics. Design of nozzles, External flow around bodies Experimental characteristics of airfoils in compressible flow. Unsteady flows. Pre-requisites: Basic Fluid mechanics, its governing equations and their implications.
2013-03-05T00:00:00ZFlight Dynamics II (Stability)IIT MadrasDr. Nandan Kumar Sinhahttp://localhost:80/handle/123456789/91682018-12-03T23:53:13Z2012-07-17T00:00:00ZFlight Dynamics II (Stability)
IIT Madras; Dr. Nandan Kumar Sinha
Outline: Airplane nomenclature and aerodynamics, Review of basics of rigid body dynamics, Concepts of static and dynamic stability, Need for stability in an airplane, Purpose of controls, Inherently and marginally stable airplanes, Longitudinal and Lateral directional static stability. Stick Fixed. Stick Free. Pre-requisites: Introduction to aerodynamics and flight mechanics principles.
2012-07-17T00:00:00Z