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Science & Nature
Aviation Science- What Animals Do Aeronautical Engineers Study?
Aeronautics is a science that all aviators must study deeply. Join me in this fun class and learn how observing nature contributes to the engineering of modern-day aircraft.
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In this class, I will teach my students fun facts about aeronautics (a science that centers around the study of aviation) and how engineers have been inspired by different animals when designing different aircraft types. What animals have aeronomic engineers studied? Which animals are they looking at now, and what are engineers hoping to learn from them? We will also do a fun science experiment involving making a paper airplane and seeing how different weights impact flight performance. I...
- A deeper understanding of aeronautics. - An introduction to physics. - Understanding how many sciences integrate and tell us how the world around us works. - Learning how observing nature leads to some of the world's most significant technological discoveries.
I have a specialty in math and one in science.
I want all my students to write three paragraphs about what they learned in class and send them back to me.
- One piece of paper. - A handful of paperclips. - Worksheet that I post on the classroom board.
Once the class is over, I would like my students to write three paragraphs about what they learned in class and send them to me.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be referring to an article published in the 2020 Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics about research projects conducted by Jaworski and Peake at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and by Thomas Geyer at the Brandenburg University of Technology in Germany. We will also be looking at an article published in Physical Review Fluids in April 2022 about a research project performed by a group of physicists in the UCF Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Physicists: Adhikari, D. Loubimov, G. Kinzel, M. Bhattacharya, S. The other two articles we will be referring to are called Bird Flight 101, written by Ecologist Gordon Ramel, and a report published by the Montana Natural History Center.
Experienced Educator Working on Third Degree
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57 total reviews
131 completed classes
I teach many different subjects. Some of my personal favorites are Science (of any sort), Anatomy and Physiology, other areas of Math, English Composition, College Preparatory Classes, and Social Studies. I have worked with children and...