2 edition of Systems analysis in aerospace found in the catalog.
Systems analysis in aerospace
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Royal Aeronautical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
key steps in the systems engineering process. starting with stakeholder analysis and ending with transitioning systems to operations SE3: Analyze the. important role of humans. as beneficiaries, designers, operators and maintainers of aerospace and other systems SE4: Characterize the. limitations of the way that current systems engineering is. Exergy analysis and design optimization for aerospace vehicles and systems. This book illustrates the editors' application of a scientific principle, the second law of thermodynamics, for aerospace engineering. It discusses how they applied this law to advance aerospace systems analysis and design optimization.
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Recognizing a critical need for a holistic approach to systems integration and multidisciplinary analysis and design optimization, volume editors Camberos and Moorhouse and the contributing authors pioneered the application of a powerful scientific principle, the second law of thermodynamics, for aerospace engineering.
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