|Contact||Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Daniel Dollinger|
|Language of Instructions||English|
|Language of Materials||English|
|Type / ECTS||Lecture / 3 (Elective Lecture Module)|
|Time and Place||Monday, 09:30 – 11:00, online (TUMOnline)
|Related Links||TUM-Online: Lecture and Exercise|
|Prerequisites (recommended)||Knowledge in systems engineering, control theory or embedded systems is recommended. For example, a recommended course is “Safety and Certification of Avionics and Flight Control Systems”, where the aero-space development process and corresponding methods are considered in detail.|
|Content / Educational Objectives||The course Components of Flight Control Systems provides an insight to state-of-the-art in and the future of flight control systems / functions, system architectures, and components. It describes the functions to be ful-filled by flight control system components, as well as the principles of flight control system architectures.
Together with the lecture “Safety and Certification of Avionics and Flight Control Systems” (Winter Semester), an overview of the complete product lifecycle of an airborne system is given while considering the specific challenges (e.g. safety, weight, cost) and harsh environments of aerospace applications.
|Teaching Methods / Materials||Teaching of single chapters within dedicated session, including practical examples and exercises.|
|Exam||Written or oral exam; closed book|