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DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

LESSON PLAN
Sub Code &Name: AE2254-AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES-I
Branch: Aeronautical Engineering Semester: IV
Year – II

OBJECTIVE
To study different types of beams and columns subjected to various types of loading and support conditions with
particular emphasis on aircraft structural components.
UNIT TITLE TOPICS TO BE Text Teaching TOTAL
NO COVERED Book Method HOURS
and page BB/PP/
No VIDEO
Analysis of plane truss BB 3
Method of joints BB 2
STATICALLY
1 DETERMINATE 3 D Truss BB 2
STRUCTURES Plane frames BB 3
Tutorial BB 3
Composite beam BB 3
STATICALLY Clapeyron's Three Moment BB 4
2 INDETERMINATE Equation
STRUCTURES Moment Distribution Method BB 3
Tutorial BB 3
Strain Energy due to axial BB 1
bending and Torsional loads
Castigliano's theorem BB 2
ENERGY Maxwell's Reciprocal theorem BB 2
3 METHODS Unit load method BB 2
Application to beams, trusses, BB 3
frames, rings, etc.
Tutorial BB 4
Columns with various end BB 2
conditions
Euler’s Column curve
Rankine’s formula BB 2
Column with initial curvature BB 2
4 COLUMNS
Eccentric loading BB 2
South well plot BB 2
Beam column. BB 2
Tutorial BB 4
Maximum Stress theory BB 1
Maximum Strain Theory BB 1
Maximum Shear Stress Theory BB 1
FAILURE Distortion Theory BB 1
5 THEORY Maximum Strain energy theory BB 1
Application to aircraft Structural
problems
Tutorial BB 1

TEXT BOOK
1. Donaldson, B.K., “Analysis of Aircraft Structures – An Introduction”, McGraw-Hill, 1993.

REFERENCE
1. Timoshenko, S., “Strength of Materials”, Vol. I and II, Princeton D. Von Nostrand Co,
1990.