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A Multimedia Aeroengine Design Course With Industry Support
Citation key 2000_hourmouziadis_asme
Author Hourmouziadis, J. and Schroeder, N. and Biegi, K. and Schmidt, K.-J. and Servaty, S. and Gärtner, W.
Pages 2000-GT-0585
Year 2000
ISBN 978-0-7918-7857-6
DOI 10.1115/2000-GT-0585
Location Munich, Germany
Journal ASME Turbo Expo 2000: Power for Land, Sea, and Air
Volume Volume 4: Manufacturing Materials and Metallurgy; Ceramics; Structures and Dynamics; Controls, Diagnostics and Instrumentation; Education
Month 05
Note V004T05A005,
Technische Universität Berlin:
J. Hourmouziadis, N. Schröder
BMW Rolls-Royce, Dahlewitz, Germany:
K. Biegi, K.-J. Schmidt
MTU München, Munich, Germany:
S. Servaty, W. Gärtner
Editor ASME
Series Turbo Expo: Power for Land, Sea, and Air
Abstract The Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the Berlin University of Technology has recently introduced a multimedia aeroengine design project under the working title “Project Jet Propulsion”. The seminar, in which the German aeroengine industry is actively involved, is directed at students who have successfully finished their basic engineering training course.The objective of the course is to provide experience of all stages of the complete design process of an engine component in a genuine industrial working environment. The component is selected to ensure that a wide range of design requirements, including customer requirements, aero-thermodynamic and mechanical design, costing and certification, have to be taken into consideration. An experiment supporting the design completes the course.The course is attended by a fixed number of students and lasts for one year. It involves fortnightly working sessions, which are organized the same way as they would be in the industry, with minutes being kept and action lists checked. The students are encouraged to work on their own initiative, identify the necessary tasks and set up a schedule to accomplish the work within the given time limit of the course duration.Industry participates in a variety of ways. At the end of each working session experts from the companies involved join in a telephone conference, giving their comments on the work of the group and answering questions. A video conference supported by one of the industrial partners is also on the agenda. During the course, both companies involved are visited and progress is reviewed in an intermediate and a final design review respectively.No scripts are handed out during the course. Communication is done by e-mail and progress reports, memoranda and minutes of the meetings are made available on the internet.
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