Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides access to master’s theses submitted since 1988.

Each Daytona Beach master’s degree candidate is required to submit a copy of his or her master’s thesis to the Hunt Library in electronic and print formats. The electronic version of the thesis will be uploaded to Scholarly Commons. For more information on submitting a master’s thesis, please consult Thesis Binding and Submission Process.

Since the inception of Scholarly Commons, requests by researchers from other institutions (academic, commercial, military, and government) to read our graduate research theses have grown tremendously, and continue to increase every semester. To meet this demand, ERAU began offering our entire Master’s Theses collection as open access in December 2016.

For Dissertation and Thesis submission information please visit the PhD Dissertation and Master's Thesis Homepage.

If you do not wish your thesis to be open access, please email your name and title of your thesis to commons@erau.edu. Your thesis will be restricted to ERAU students, faculty, and staff within three business days.

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Theses - Daytona Beach from 1990

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The Development and Application of a Trapezoidal Shear Panel for Use in Finite Element Codes, Glenn P. Greiner

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Trends in Air Transportation between the USA and the Asia/Pacific Region with Particular Consideration of United Airlines' Acquisition of the Pan Am Pacific Division, Michael Hanke

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USAir: Balancing Terminal Facilities and Runway Capacity at Pittsburgh, Edward J. Mattern

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Composite Structure Ultimate Strength Prediction from Acoustic Emission Amplitude Data, James Lewis Walker II

Theses - Daytona Beach from 1989

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Data Reduction Procedure for an Experimental Method of Measuring the Velocity-Coupled Response Function of Solid Propellants, William H. Jarvis

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Investigation and Evaluation of a Computer Program to Minimize VFR Flight Planning Errors, Peter Joseph McAlindon

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Optimized Engine Out Procedures to Extend the Range of Jet Transport Airplanes, Miltos Miltiadous

Theses - Daytona Beach from 1988

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Predicting Burst Pressures in Filament Wound Composite Pressure Vessels Using Acoustic Emission Data, Frederick R. Kalloo

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A Kinematical Investigation of Some External Wind Tunnel Force Measurement Systems, Gary A. Peterson