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Department of Automation and Aeronautical Systems, PAE, WUT

http://daas.meil.pw.edu.pl

Teacher
Maciej ZASUWA, Ph.D.
mzasuwa@meil.pw.edu.pl
phone +48 22 234 7515
contact hours: Monday 15-16, Wednesday 11-12, room NL145

Website for AS2 students


http://daas.meil.pw.edu.pl, Teaching -> Aeronautical Systems 2 (AS2)

Literature
Collinson R.P.G., Introduction to Avionics System, Second Edition, Springer, 2006
Helfrick A. D., Principles of Avionics, Avionics Communications Inc., Lesburg, 2000 (BG PW).
Jarret D. N., Cockpit Engineering, Ashgate Publishing, 2005 (BG PW, MEiL)
Jukes M,., Aircraft Display Systems, AIAA Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, Professional Eng. Publishing,
Kayton M., Fried W.R., Avionic Navigation Systems, Second Edition, John Wiley, 1996,
Langton R., Aircraft fuel systems, Chichester : John Wiley & Sons,cop. 2009 (MEiL)
Moir I., Seabridge A., "Aircraft Systems: Mechanical, Electrical and Avionics Subsystem Integration", AIAA, 2001
Moir I., Seabridge A., Design and Development of Aircraft Systems, AIAA Edcational Series, 2004 (BG PW)
Moir I., Seabridge A., Civil Avionic Systems, professional Engineering Publishing Ltd, Londobn, 2003 (BG PW)
Moir I., Seabridge A., Military Avionics Systems, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, 2006 (BG PW, MEiL)
Pallet E. H. J. Aircraft Electrical Systems, Longman Scientific and Technical,1987 (MEiL)
Pallet E. H. J., Aircraft Instruments and Integrated Systems, Longman Scientific and Technical Series, 1997
Spitzer C. R., Avionics: Elements, Software and Functions, CRC Press, 2007 (BG PW)
Spitzer C. R., Avionics: Development and Implementation, Second Edition, ISBN: CRC Press, 2006 (BG PW)
Spitzer C.R., The Avioncs Handbok, CRC Press 2001 (BG PW)
Stacey D., Aeronautical radio communications systems and networks, John Wiley & Sons, 2008 (MEiL)
Tooley M., Aircraft Digital Electronic and Computer Systems Principles, Operations and Maintenance, Elsevier,
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007 (MEiL, BG)
Tootley M., Wyatt H., Aircraft Communication and Navigation Systems, Elsevier, Buterworth - Heinemann, 2007
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Lab List, Teachers

Office (consultation) hours:

http://daas.meil.pw.edu.pl People Consultation Hours

Labs timetable will be available


on the website on 21.10.2016

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How to Signup for Laboratory Group


use Online application - link available at AS2 (website from 19/10/2015)

http://forms.meil.pw.edu.pl/zaiol/as2

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Assesment Method
Important documents regarding assessment (available in the Internet)
Polish Qualifications Framework (PQF)
Decree No. 41/2013 of Rector of WUT (11 October 2013)
Academic Regulations of Warsaw University of Technology (new version!)

Requirements to pass the AS2


Positive marks (>=3.0) on both lectures part (LEC) and laboratory part
(LAB) is necessary to pass AS2
Final mark = 0,5*(LEC + LAB)

Requirements to pass the laboratory


There are six laboratory exercises in the semester. It is required to pass at least 5
exercises. Details in following slides.

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Assesment Method
Requirements to pass the lectures (LEC)
Lecture: 12 hours in the semester. The presence is not mandatory.
One test in October (T1) + improvement test in January (IM) + written
exams in February (EX1,EX2)
Absence on T1 = mark 2.0
Exam is not obligatory if you have positive mark on T1 or IM
Lectures final mark (LEC) is calculated as follows:
for those who passed only T1: LEC = T1
o for those who passed T1 and/or IM: LEC = max(T1,IM)
o for those who passed EX1 or EX2: LEC = 0.4*max(T1,IM) + 0.6*max(EX1,EX2)
o

For each test and exam you may get as much as 20 pts. which are
converted into marks
o

lookup table for marks: 10 pts.: 3,0; 12 pts.: 3,5; 14 pts.: 4,0; 16 pts.: 4,5; 18
pts.: 5,0

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What are the labs?


Practical lessons on which students learn:
substantive issues related to the subject (in this case: aeronautical
systems)
procedures for solving tasks in real engineer's work

Real life
Prepare up to the task
theory (library, internet)
laboratory inspection
measurements plan

Measurements
Raport preparation

Course at the University


Preparing for the class
instructions available for download
on a website
AS2 lecture (repetition)

The presence
Raport preparation
detailed requirements in the next
slides

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Passing a single lab class

With each class you can get as many as 10 points,


including:
initial test,
report,
final test,

3 points.
4 pts.
3 pts.

written at the beginning of a lab


to be uploaded within 7 days
written at the beginning of a next lab

The necessary conditions to pass the single class:


pass initial test (get at least 1.5 points)
participate in the class from the beginning to the end
obtain at least 1 point for the report
obtaining at least 6 points in total for the exercise (initial test +
report + final test)

NO FORMAL REQUIREMENT TO PASS THE FINAL TEST


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Passing a single lab class

Prepare up to the task


instructions available on a website
AS2 lecture

initial test

Participate in the exercise


Report
detailed requirements in the next
slides

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final test
report

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Passing a single lab class

Initial test:
contains questions regarding the content of instruction and lecture
goal is to determine whether a student is prepared to the class
(instruction, lecture)
student, who does not know what will be done in the lab cannot
participate in it (so requires logic)
Students who are late will not be permitted to attend the
class

Final test:
includes questions about lab content and lab reports
goal is to determine whether a student knows what is in the report
on which appears his/her name as the author

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Report
The report must be a complete sequence of cause and result.
The report must answer the following questions:
what
what
what
what
what
what
what

was the purpose of the lab?


is the theoretical basis?
measurement methods were used?
equipment was used?
came out of the measurements?
was calculated on this basis?
are the conclusions?

ASSUMPTIONS

Short version of the above list:


what was done? what for? how? what came out? conclusions?
The report must be understandable to someone who has not read the
instructions and did not participate in the lab.
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Report

Report must be uploaded within 7 days after the class via


"Application online"
report uploaded after the period of 7 days can get at most 2
points;
after 29/01/2016 no report will be accepted

Report can be done individually or by group


or in any other configuration (eg 3 people write individually, the
rest of the group together, etc.),
decision must be taken before report upload.

Once the report is submitted it is not possible to correct it

Report, which is plagiarism (in whole or in part) is


assessed at 0 points. (see: Terms and conditions of
study in WUT, 6 point 5).
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Report

http://daas.meil.pw.edu.pl

Report must be uplaoded within 7 days


after the lab class via "Application online"

All students who were


pointed during upload are considered as the authors of the report
division of labor (Johnny did, the rest even did not see the report) is an
internal matter for the group, the teacher is not interested
all are equally responsible for the report
final test is to mobilize students not involved in making reports to familiarize
themselves with report.
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Academic Dishonesty
Plagiarism is stealing ideas or work of other people
Consequences in AS2
failing of the course! (accordind to the new version of the
Academic Regulations of Warsaw University of Technology)

If there are two or more similar reports delivered in the same time all groups will
meet the consequences - no investigations!
In case of any doubts what plagiarism is refer to:
http://integrity.mit.edu
http://www.plagiarism.org

To avoid plagiarism
work on your own! It is much better to deliver weak report than the copy of other report
when using information from other sources always cite the source and rephrase the
original work, avoid direct quoting

Common circumstances when plagiarism has been caught


incompatibility of the course of the exercise with its description in the report,
incompatibility of description of equipment used (when plagiarism of old reports),
report contradictory (conclusions do not fit the results)
funny lingual mistakes

It is easier to write own report, than to do good plagiarism


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Report (how the graph should look like)

The graph must have a title


Axes must be described

The graph must be


readable
if more than one graph in
a coordinate system, it
must be a description or
legend
avoid point marks

Bd w kierunku N - S
80
60

Bd okrelenia pozycji przez


ukad nawigacji obs. - por. [m]

unit
physical quantity
ticks

100

40

C/A bez SA
P (Y)

20
0
100

Bd w kierunku W - E

80
60

C/A z SA

40
20
0
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

Czas [s]

Bd pooenia w funkcji czasu

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Report (how the graph should NOT look like)

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Report (how the graph should NOT look like)

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Extra opportunities to pass the missing items


Students who were absent or were not admitted to the class by the
teacher may:
attend the class with other group:
o
o
o

if the number of the students does not exceed 12 people,


always report your presence to the teacher in this case
DO NOT be late, the people form other groups may take your place

an extra laboratory class (18 or 20 January 2017):


o
o
o
o

student may participate in one exercise in the extra time only


registration for an additional term with Maciej Zasuwa is necessary
only those who have passed an initial test and participated in four lab classes are
admitted to the extra lab.
extra lab final test is written on marathon

Additional test (AKA "marathon"), 25/01/2017


the selection of final tests
only those who have passed an initial test and participated in five lab
exercises are admitted to the marathon

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