Aerospace Engineering: Rocket Science and Engineering is a training course for aerospace engineering and the science of designing and building rockets and rockets, published by Yudemi Academy. Calculations related to rocket propulsion are very difficult and challenging, and in this regard, a huge part of the course content is dedicated to these calculations.
This training course is completely math and physics-oriented and is not recommended for beginners and students who do not have any special knowledge in this field. This course is among intermediate and advanced courses, and the student must have at least sufficient knowledge of high school mathematics and physics. This training course is very concise and consists of a total of 4.5 hours of video content.
The instructor of the course has tried to include the space propulsion unit, which is one of the most difficult units related to rocket science, in a 4.5-hour training course, and he has been successful to a large extent. Designing rockets and performing calculations related to space propulsion is one of the most important topics discussed in this training course. Each missile has unique calculations and technical features depending on its specific design and application, which will be briefly mentioned during the training process of this course.
What you will learn in the Aerospace Engineering: Rocket Science and Engineering course:
- General familiarity with rockets and missiles and all kinds of parts and components that make them up
- Derivation and calculation of thrust and thrust equation of rockets
- Specific Impulse
- Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s rocket equation
- Calculation of force and aerodynamic pressure on a rocket
- Thermodynamic analysis of different rockets
- Ideal rocket equation
- And …
Instructor: Sadok Smine
Education level: introductory to advanced
Number of lessons: 42
Duration of education: 4 hours and 31 minutes
Course topics on 7/2022
Aerospace Engineering Course Prerequisites: Rocket Science and Engineering
High school/Basic Mathematics
High school/Basic Physics
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