Course

AT 10900

Unmanned Aerial Systems Design And Construction

Credit Hours: 3.00. A study of the materials and their properties utilized in aircraft structures and powerplants. The basic processes involved in the design, testing, and utilization of such materials in unmanned vehicles will be discussed. This includes aerospace materials and their properties, computer aided design, engineering drawings, aircraft structural concepts, aircraft design concepts, metallic and composite materials, aircraft loads and stresses, and aerodynamics. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.

This course is offered by the School of Aviation and Transportation Technology