Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide campus is
currently hiring adjunct faculty to teach AWEN 510 - Aircraft
Airworthiness Engineering Principles.
Course Description : Guiding, physical and scientific
principles related to the definitions of airworthiness requirements
of aircraft are studied. A general treatment of flight dynamics,
mission operations, maintenance and the life cycle environments are
studied as they relate to established criteria used in
airworthiness certification requirements for manned and unmanned
air vehicle systems. The approach is foundational, adding substance
to the qualitative nature of MIL-HDBK-516C while exploring the
relevant military and civilian specifications such as the Joint
Service Specification Guides (JSSG) and Title 14, Code of Federal
Regulations as they apply in the formulation of an air system's
airworthiness certification basis. Principles of aircraft mission
definition, systems and components design, substantiation,
validation, manufacture and serviceability are addressed.
A minimum of a doctorate degree in discipline is required (please
see list of acceptable disciplines below), as well as relevant
industry experience from within the last 7 years.
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering