The Universal Journal of Aeronautical & Aerospace Sciences covers activity and development in the field of innovative developments in all kinds of aeronautical and aerospace sciences and engineering. Research in aircraft and spacecraft design, new technology airframes and spacecraft, aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, aeroelasticity, fluid mechanics, combustion, propulsion theory, hydrodynamics, thermomechanics, thermochemistry, structural mechanics of airframes, aerospace environment, flight simulation, avionics and systems, unmanned air vehicles, air transport, air navigation and rotocraft is included. Contributions can be either analytical, experimental or numerical, covering all aspects of aeronautical & aerospace engineering. So, the papers published should present innovative analytical and numerical methods and novel experimental methods, as well as non-linear methods and results, which should be far beyond the current "state of art".

 

Volume 1 (2013)

1. Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by Relativistic Elasticity & Thermo-Elasticity

Pages 1-17

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. The Universal Equation of Elasticity, the Universal Equation of Thermo-Elasticity and the Universal Stress Intensity Factors for the Absolute Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 18-36

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. On the Universal Mechanics for the Absolute Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 37-55

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 Volume 2 (2014)

1. Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by the Theory of Universal Mechanics

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Universal Mechanics for the Future Spacecraft with no Speed Limits

Pages 20-36

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Application of Fourier Descriptors & Artificial Neural Network to Bearing Vibration Signals for Fault Detection & Classification

Pages 37-54

A. Oulmane, A.A. Lakis, N.Mureithi

 

4. Dynamic Behaviour of a Rocket Filled with Liquid

Pages 55-79

Y. Kerboua, A.A. Lakis

 

5. Hypervelocity Impact (HVI) Tests & Signal Recordings

Pages 80-113

L. E. Iliescu, A. A. Lakis, A. Abou Antoun

 
 
Volume 3 (2015)

 

1. Future Aircraft & Spacecraft by the Universal Equation of Elasticity & the Universal Equation of Thermo-Elasticity

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Universal Mechanics for Future Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos


 
  
Volume 4 (2016)

 

1. Universal Equation of Elasticity & Universal Equation of Thermo-Elasticity for Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Universal Mechanics for Next Generation Spacecraft with no Speed Limits

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos


3
. Universal Stress Intensity Factors for Future Spacecraft with no Speed Limits

Pages 39-57

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

4. Universal Mechanics by Relativistic Elasticity & Thermo-Elasticity

Pages 58-76

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

  Volume 5 (2017)

 

1. New Generation Spacecraft with Laser Engines by Universal Mechanics

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. New Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by Universal Equation of Elasticity & Universal Equation of Thermo-Elasticity

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos

3. Conceptual Design of a Vertical Take Off & Landing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Pages 39-61

Morteza Shadkam

 

 

Volume 6 (2018)

 

1. Maximum Speed of Light for Universal Mechanics for the Future Spacecraft with Laser Engines

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Maximum Speed of Light for the Universal Equation of Elasticity & Thermo-Elasticity for the Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

Volume 7 (2019)

 

1. Speed of Light Limit for the Future Spacecraft with Laser Engines by using Universal Mechanics

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Speed of Light Limit for New Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by using Universal Equation of Elasticity & Thermo-Elasticity

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Speed of Light Limit for the Future Spacecraft with Laser Engines by using Universal Fracture Mechanics

Pages 39-57

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

 

Volume 8 (2020)

 

1. Is the Speed of Light a Limit for the theory of Universal Mechanics by using the Future Spacecraft with Laser Engines ? What will be Next ?

Pages 1-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Is the Speed of Light a Limit for the Universal Equation of Elasticity & Thermo-Elasticity by using the New Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft ? What will be Next ?

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Is the Speed of Light a Limit for the theory of Universal Fracture Mechanics by using the Future Spacecraft with Laser Engines ? What will be Next ?

Pages 39-57

E.G.Ladopoulos

 


 
 
 
 

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