UNSW Canberra ZEIT 4703-Land Mobility & Weapons

University of New South Wales Canberra - ZEIT 4703 - Land Mobility & Weapons

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  • 30 Quizzes
  • 3 Surveys
  • 109 Texts
  • 14 PDFs
  • 34 Audios
  • 195 Presentations
  • 180.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Module 0 Pre-course Study
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Module 12 Vehicle Mobility & Terramechanics (4 hrs)
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Course description

ZEIT 4703 - Land Mobility & Weapons is offered as a University of New South Wales Canberra Summer Session 2019/20 course. The session period is 25 Nov 2019 - 7 Feb 2020.

The course provides an introduction to the principles of military land vehicle mobility, focussing on the automotive engineering aspects of military vehicle design and the impact of weapons on these platforms.

Students are exposed to a broad range of topics including general fighting, logistic and amphibious vehicle design; military engines, transmissions and automotive performance; vehicle dynamics,  ride and vibration, and vehicle handling & tyres; and terramechanics and vehicle mobility.

The course is delivered online through a combination of lectures, videos, quizzes, tutorials and a final exam.

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Mark Eggler
Mark Eggler
Expert Instructor (Capability Design)

Mark Eggler is the founder and managing director of Eggler Technology and the Eggler Institute of Technology.  He established the company in 2009 after a long and distinguished career in the Australian Army.

During his career, he has worked on a large number of complex programs as a capability developer, project director and senior systems engineer in Australia and internationally.

In recent years, Mark has focused on developing a market-leading technology training company.  He has designed and developed a range of niche education and training courses specialising in capability design, systems engineering and military vehicle technology. 

Mark graduated from RMC Duntroon with an honours degree in mechanical engineering.  He holds a Master of Science (Defence Technology) and has completed a broad range of postgraduate studies in economics and finance. Mark is currently a visiting fellow at the University of New South Wales (Australian Defence Force Academy).

Contact Details

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