Explore Hypersonic Aerodynamics — a highly sought after capability in the aerospace and defense arena. Understand the many aspects of Hypersonics and how it differs from flights at lower speeds. Learn about aerodynamics under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature. Understand how to estimate lift and drag, thermodynamic properties, and heating of hypersonic vehicles. Examine what conditions arise in missile and lifting body designs in hypersonic flight. ONLINE ON-DEMAND Hypersonic Aerodynamics21 Hours | $995 REGISTER NOW What You Will Learn: Shock relations from the perspective of an infinite Mach number limit Local surface inclination methods Approximate and exact methods for hypersonic inviscid flows Transport in hypersonic flows, including approximate methods for estimating skin friction and heat transfer rates Design of waveriders Advanced topics in hypersonic flow effects including shock-shock and shock-boundary layer interactions Self-similar flows, including the Noh problem and Sedov Blast wave problem Trajectory analysis Hypersonic similarity rules Newtonian theory Optimum Shapes Hypersonic boundary layer Other Upcoming Courses: ASEM® Certification: CAEM®/CPEM® Exam PrepOnline On-DemandPrepare for the exams to become an American Society for Engineering Management® (ASEM) certified engineering manager. Both exams cover similar knowledge centered on the EMBOK but with different weights and number of questions. Data Science and Data AnalyticsMultiple CoursesMove beyond making decisions based solely on averages and learn to leverage data effectively to discover insights, issues, and opportunities. Explore techniques to turn data into beautiful visualizations to quickly determine answers to very complex questions. Applied Machine Learning CertificateOnline On-DemandExplore the most effective machine learning techniques, and practice implementing machine learning towork for you. Upon completion, gain the ability to take plain unstructured data and create appealing, functioning, production-implemented machine learning solutions. Questions? 256.824.4430 PDSolutions@uah.edu chat Live MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jason Cassibry obtained a B.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of Missouri in Rolla, his M.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, and his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) while performing research at NASA MSFC. His research involved numerical modeling of magnetized target fusion for propulsion. From 2003-2004, he served as a research engineer in the Propulsion Research Center (PRC) at UAH and after receiving his Ph.D. became an assistant research professor. Special Guest Lecturer:Dr. Phil Ligrani, Eminent Scholar in Propulsion and Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at UAH, will present the topics of skin friction, heat transfer and turbulence. Dr. Ligrani earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He earned his M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. His research includes heat transfer, fluid mechanics, gas turbine heat transfer, and compressible flows at transonic and supersonic mach numbers.