The CASI Quebec Aircraft Design Course gives an overview of practical working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques used for industrial conceptual design.
An aircraft is a particular combination of wing, fuselage, empennage and power plant. Conceptual design focuses on the best way to integrate these components to best fulfill the design requirements. The initial aircraft layout depends upon factors related to the mission role, the economic efficiency, the operational and functional requirements, the safety and reliability of the vehicle, the type of propulsion system, and so on.
The course will be focusing on how the conceptual designer can maximize the synergy in the global system and the multi-disciplinary nature of aircraft design.
Jean-François Dussault Belleau
Engineering Professional, Advanced Design, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft
Jean-François completed his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in aerospace at Université Laval in Quebec City, after which, he moved to Montreal to complete a Master in Aerospace Engineering at École Polytechnique. He now works in Advanced Design at Bombardier as a conceptual designer on various design studies.
Breakfast, lunch and beverages will be served!
Part 1: Saturday November 11, 2017
Part 2: Saturday November 18, 2017
9 am – 4 pm
École Polytechnique de Montréal
2500 chemin de Polytechnique
Pavillon Principal, Room A-526 Montréal, Quebec H3T 1J4
In order to receive a certificate of completion, the student must attend both days of the course.
This course is open to all!
CASI Members: $65
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