What Is to Be Learned?

This chapter covers the following topics:

Introduction to configuring aircraft geometry: shaping and layout

Shaping and layout of civil aircraft

Civil aircraft fuselage shaping and layout with example

Configuration of civil aircraft wing design with example

Configuration of civil aircraft empennage design with example

Configuration of civil aircraft nacelle design with example

Undercarriage design considerations

Finalizing civil aircraft configuration

Miscellaneous considerations for civil aircraft

Shaping and layout of military aircraft

Configuration of military advanced jet trainer with example

Configuration of military aircraft CAS version with example

6.1.1 Coursework Content

Intensive classroom work starts with this chapter, one of the most important in the book. Readers begin with the layout of aircraft geometry derived from customer specifications. The information in Chapters 3 and 4 is used extensively to configure the aircraft.

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