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Название: Scientific research practices:self-study method guide. Part I
Авторы: Goncharenko, Andriy Viktorovich
Ключевые слова: aircraft
mathematical model
flight safety
Дата публикации: 31-авг-2020
Издательство: National Aviation University
Библиографическое описание: Scientific research practices:self-study method guide. Part I . / compiler A. V. Goncharenko. – K. : NAU, 2020. – 33 p.
Краткий осмотр (реферат): The method guide contains a few recommendations on the Self-Study in regards with the application of the knowledge acquired at the Practical Training “Scientific Research Practices” carrying out, which is indispensable to complete the works of the individual task, get ready for passing the final kinds of control. Designed for the 2nd year students of the Field of Study 27 “Transport”, Specialty 272 “Aviation Transport”, Specialization 01 “Maintenance and Repair of Aircraft and Aircraft Engines”.
Описание: This method guide on the self-study is contemplated in response to the needs of our students in more detailed elaborations concerning the practical training tasks stated, set, or given for the students’ independent work, possibly used in their further education work, such as, course projects, even in the graduation papers, or even Ph.D. studies. The whole material is split into portions. Each portion is intended to cover a fraction of the probable applications aimed at the aircraft technical operation in regards with the aeronautical engineering maintenance in aviation business.
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