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AE 460 - Aerodynamics & Propulsion Lab

Last offered Fall 2022

Official Description

Theory and application of experimental techniques in aerospace engineering with emphasis on fluid dynamic, aerodynamic, thermal, combustion, and propulsion phenomena. Course Information: 2 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: AE 311; credit or concurrent registration in AE 433. Class Schedule Information: Students must register for lab and lecture-discussion sections.

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TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB136451LAB00900 - 1050 M  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB258075LAB01900 - 2050 T    
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB358079LAB01500 - 1650 M  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB436452LAB01000 - 1150 T  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB536453LAB01300 - 1450 T  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB636454LAB01700 - 1850 T  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB736455LAB00900 - 1050 W    
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB836456LAB01100 - 1250 W  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAB936457LAB01500 - 1650 W  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABT70718LAB01900 - 2050 W    
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABU65820LAB01100 - 1250 M    
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABV65262LAB01700 - 1850 M  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABW65263LAB01700 - 1850 W  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABX36458LAB01000 - 1150 R  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABY58080LAB01300 - 1450 R  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabABZ64014LAB01700 - 1850 R  ARR Talbot Laboratory 
Aerodynamics & Propulsion LabAE136450LCD20900 - 0950 T R    Gregory S Elliott