On 11-14 October 2011, White Eagle Aerospace made its debut visit to the Ohio Aerospace Institute in Cleveland, OH where CEO J. Terry White taught his increasingly popular Fundamentals of Hypersonics (FOH) professional short course. The course drew participants from NASA Glenn Research Center, also located in Cleveland, OH.
The FOH course presents a thorough treatment of hypersonic flow physics, gas dynamics, aerodynamic heating, plasma effects, aeroacoustics, and flight vehicle force and moment characteristics. Course material also introduces participants to a myriad of other aerodynamics-related topics that are intimately related to hypersonic flight test and flight research operations.
Fundamentals of Hypersonics
Ohio Aerospace Institute • Cleveland, OH
11 – 14 October 2011
The Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) provides education and training services that support the dynamic educational needs of the aerospace economy. In addition to its education and training efforts, OAI and its partners engage in research and collaborative efforts that lead to innovative and cutting-edge technological solutions to complex aerospace problems.
White Eagle Aerospace sincerely thanks each student in attendance, in addition to the following key individuals who helped facilitate this course: Ann O. Heyward, Vice President, Research and Educational Programs and Rebecca E. Evans, Program Manager, Research and Educational Programs.