Powerplant Integration

Module description:

Module number: 11351

Offered every summer semester

Credit Points: 6


written/oral exam at the end of the semester which must be passed with a minimum grade of 4.0

Learning goals:

The students will learn about the specification, the design realisation and the validation process of those components which are required to integrate a jet engine into an aircraft. Furthermore, the required engineering processes to attain this task are provided. The students will therefore be prepared for the work at the engine to aircraft interface.

Learning Content:

Requirements, functioning and design of a nacelle (intake, cowl doors, nozzle), thrust reverser, engine build unit and mounts, assembly, maintenance, noise reduction, fire protection, development- and validation process, interface management, legal requirements and means of compliance, cost and cost reduction, future aircraft concepts and their engine integration

Upcoming events: see semester overview or entry in the module catalog