Engineering and Technology - Worldwide

The mission of the Department of Engineering and Technology, located in the College of Aeronautics, is to support a broad range of knowledge, skills and abilities in engineering concepts and principles by providing appropriate courses and programs of study tailored for our undergraduate and graduate student clientele.

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Submissions from 2019

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Propulsion System Testing for a Long-Endurance Solar-Powered Unmanned Aircraft, D. Dantsker, Robert Deters, and Marco Caccamo

Submissions from 2018

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Experiments of Propeller-Induced Flow Effects on a Low-Reynolds-Number Wing, Gavin K. Ananda, Robert Deters, and Michael S. Selig

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Static Performance Results of Propellers Used on Nano, Micro, and Mini Quadrotors, Robert W. Deters, D. Dantsker, Stefan Kleinke, Narcrisha Norman, and Michael S. Selig

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Ten Years of the Real World Design Challenge, Robert W. Deters, Brent Terwilliger, Stefan Kleinke, Ralph K. Coppola, and Jeff Coppola

Submissions from 2017

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Static Testing of Propulsion Elements for Small Multirotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Robert Deters, Stefan Kleinke, and Michael S. Selig

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Static Testing of Propulsion Elements for Small Multirotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Robert W. Deters, Stefan Kleinke, and Michael S. Selig

Submissions from 2015

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Slipstream Measurements of Small-Scale Propellers at Low Reynolds Numbers, Robert W. Deters, Gavin K. Ananda, and Michael S. Selig