Oten Notes Engineering Studies Aeronautical Module

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Engineering Studies
HSC Course
Stage 6

Aeronautical engineering

ES/S6 – HSC 41097

P0022161

Acknowledgments
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Hawker de Havilland
Page Aircraft Company Pty Ltd
Bankstown Airport
Padstow Aeroskills Centre

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Materials devlopment:

Paul Soares, Harry Taylor, Ian Webster

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Jeff Appleby

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John Cook, Josephine Wilms

Illustrations:

Tom Brown, Barbara Buining

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Nick Loutkovsky, Carolina Barbieri

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Module contents

Subject overview ................................................................................iii Module overview................................................................................vii Module components .................................................................vii Module outcomes ..................................................................... ix Indicative time ........................................................................... x Resource requirements............................................................. xi

Icons

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Glossary............................................................................................. xv Directive terms................................................................................. xix Part 1: Aeronautical engineering –

scope of the profession and engineering report....... 1–65 Part 2: Aeronautical engineering –
history of flight................................................................ 1–37 Part 3: Aeronautical engineering –
mechanics and hydraulics ........................................... 1–73 Part 4: Aeronautical engineering –
materials ......................................................................... 1–49 Part 5: Aeronautical engineering –
communication .............................................................. 1–44 Bibliography.......................................................................................45 Module evaluation ............................................................................49

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Subject overview

Engineering Studies Preliminary Course
Household appliances examines common appliances
found in the home. Simple appliances are analysed
to identify materials and their applications.
Electrical principles, researching methods and
techniques to communicate technical information are
introduced. The first student engineering report is
completed undertaking an investigation of materials
used in a household appliance.
Landscape products investigates engineering
principles by focusing on common products, such as
lawnmowers and clothes hoists. The historical
development of these types of products demonstrates
the effect materials development and technological
advancements have on the design of products.
Engineering techniques of force analysis are
described. Orthogonal drawing...
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