Tonight, the Wednesday night 630pm power plants lab class completed the reassembly of the general aviation six cylinder piston engine. Lots of fun but lots of learning too.
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view from radio controlled airplane over ASU Polytechnic Arizona State University
At the lower left is the class of students that built the airplane, with Alan Bradesku
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Thur, May 26, 7 p.m- 8 p.m @ PEBE 211, ASU Tempe Campus
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For information about the Arizona State University Aviation Programs, visit engineering.asu.edu/avia
For information about the Arizona State University Aviation Programs, visit engineering.asu.edu/aviation
Operating as usual
Additional photos for the Tuesday 345pm lab class. Such enthusiasm is terrific!
ASU power plants Tuesday,345 pm lab reassembles the six cylinder engines today. A fun and engaging opportunity for all.
Tuesday 1 pm power plants lab students reassembles six cylinder aircraft engines today. Opportunity for our aviation students to learn, making smart pilots, ATC students, UAV and airline management personnel students.
ASU Alumni Peter Riad, and Jett Shay, prepare to fly the ASU CRJ200 simulator, while on a visit from Endeavor Air.
ASU Power plants class students visited Chandler Gilbert Community College on 6/7 Sept 22 to observe radial engines at CGCC. Class discussions were held on this topic in previous lectures.
Students helped assemble the new RedBird flight simulator.
Taking Flight 2022
At Gilbert Regional Park today until 8pm
Free event, family friendly.
This past week the ASU aircraft power plants lab class visited the CCGC facility. Our students were able to observe radial engines to follow up on information from the lectures. A good time was had by all.
ASUAviation Programs took possession of a Mark 102 Rolls-Royce engine today. The engine first ran 1946 and was used on canberra,comets,Hawker Hunters and Electric Lightning aircraft. Now it will be used for student training. Mr. Alan B operated the￼ forklift￼ to￼ carefully unload the engine from a trailer.Thank you Alan.
This week the power plants class as a lab class visited Aircraft Engine Specialist. A piston engine overhaul business near chandler airport.A good time was had by all the students as they observed the engine overhaul process.
AMT 287 Aircraft Power Plants Wednesday night lab,Spring 2020 semester, visits Chandler- Gilbert Community College to observe radial engines.
ASU Aviation hosted a visit,6 jun19 by 17 students from the ACE Academy. The academy is sponsored by,The Archer-Ragsdale Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen inc.The students are all highly motivated toward careers in aviation. They observed the engines lab, structures lab, and flew some of the ASU simulators followed by a visit to the flight line.Their academy last for a week and is usually meets in June.It is always a pleasure to host the ACE academy students and their chaperones.
ASU Aviations Program’s Spring 2019 semester-AMT 287, aircraft power plants course lab activities. Students visited American Airlines engine shop and others visited Southwest Airlines hangar in May19. All three labs visited the general aviation piston engine overhaul facility,Aircraft Engine Specialist located near Chandler Airport earlier in the term. Pictures attached .
End of Spring Semester2019, at ASU Aviation. AMT 280 course high lights topics- weight and balance training,basic hydraulics,building aluminum sandwich composite, riveting practice and building / testing airfoil project in wind tunnel, and bending metal. A good learning experience for all aviation students!
Anyone interested in helping Noah Hursh fly his airplane back from West Palm Beach please contact him. The aircraft should be ready Saturday.
Noah Hursh needs some one to help him fly an aircraft from Florida back to the phoenix area.he will split the PIC time. He is buying an aircraft located in Florida. Please contact Noah Hursh if interested.
Happy Monday!!! Spring break is underway! Enjoy the break and stay safe. We are on the home stretch of the semester now🥳
From everyone here at ASU and our Aviation Department we want to wish you a happy new year!! We hope you fulfill all your aviation goals this year!
Check out the Aviation Program BBQ that happened this last Tuesday!!! This event was sponsored by the Woman in Aviation club here on campus. As you can see we had a Great turnout, everyone had loads of fun playing games and eating BBQ. Check out the pictures and see for yourself.
ASU- Aviation Programs hosted a visit by the Ace Academy students on 10 Jun 2018. These students are sponsored by the Archer-Ragsdale Chapter of the Tuskegee Airman Inc. They are all highly motivated and interested in a career in aviation. They visited all the ASU simulators, laboratories (Air Traffic Control, Engines,Aircraft Structures) and the flight line where the ASU provided contractor (ATP) does the actual FAA flight training at Gateway Airport. A good time was had by all and it was a pleasure for ASU to host these students.
New Redbird Flight Simulator installed today!
Congratulations to Ryan Nolan on passing his MEI checkride! Way to go!
Students presented their capstone projects today to the industry advisory board.
AMT 350 class builds and flies radio controlled airplanes.
ASU Powerplants Tuesday afternoon lab class, students visited Honeywell today. They observed engines being assembled, apu’s assembly and additive parts being manufactured. Many thanks to Honeywell for hosting our visit.
ASU Power plant Wednesday evening class visited Southwest Airlines this past week. Received briefings on maintenance,parts management, window repairs,fuel float sticks, apu’s and toured a B-737. Many thanks to SWA for hosting our visit.
Student pilots prepare for emergencies at ASU in Mesa
Check out ABC 15's story on how ASU prepares our students for in-flight emergencies!
ASU Aviation Programs aerospace structures class students are finishing their projects as the semester is nearing the end.
Projects shown are the sandwich aluminum composite manufacture and a repair of it plus the aluminum aero foil manufacture followed by wind tunnel testing, and a report.
Additionally another exercise involves weight and balance of a scale airline model. The model is used to determine the empty weight CG and of course the empty weight. Great training for pilots. Management, UAV and ATC students.
Come visit the ASU table this Saturday at the fly-in and open house located at Falcon Field. Students and faculty in the aviation program will be there along with an ASU Piper Seminole on display.
ASU Power plant lab class students visit an aircraft engine overhaul business this past week. Everyone learned much, thank you Aircraft Engine Specialist for hosting the tour. Subjects covered was inspections, NDI,assembly,records and test running of the engines.
ASU Aviation Program students assemble six cylinder aircraft engines. These are professional pilot, ATC,management and UAV students. A fun learning exercise for all!
ASU Aviation programs power plant Wednesday lab visits Southwest Airlines on 15 Nov2017. A fun time and all learned much about a great airline. Thank you SWA!
ASU Aviation programs power plant students visit American Airlines Engine shop on Tuesday, 14 Nov17. Thanks American Airlines!
ASU Tuesday PM power plants lab class visits American Airlines Engine shop at Phoenix Airport14 Nov 2917. A great time, thanks American!
Katrina Holcomb finished her last Flight Instructor Rating on Wednesday! Congratulations to Kat on her CFII!
Today we made another Multi-Engine Flight Instructor!! Congratulations to Zoey Eylse!!
ASU Aviation Power plant Wednesday night lab students finish reassembly of six cylinder aircraft engines. A fun time and a very innovative hands on learning activity for pilots, air traffic controllers,UAV and air transportation students.No other university does it like ASU Aviation Programs!!
ASU Aviation power plant students learn about radial aircraft engines during a visit to CGCC engines area. Great training for pilots, atc,uav and management majors.
ASU power plant students take apart a six cylinder aircraft engine. The students are pilots, ATC, airline management and UAV majors. A fun learning project.
ACE Academy students visit ASU Aviation on 1 June 2017. The academy each summer does a progams educate students interested in Aviation Careers. The Academy is sponsored by the Archer-Ragsdale Arizona Chapter of the Tuskegee Airman inc.
Here are some photos from the Alpha Eta Rho year-end banquet last Friday. Good luck to the graduating seniors as well as next years officers!
The aircraft power plants Wednesday lab class visited SWA hangar at Phoenix airport this past Wednesday. It was a fun time and very informative. Thanks Southwest Airlines!
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