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Aerospace Engineering

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Aerospace Engineering is the engineering behind the design, construction and science of aircraft and spacecraft. It is broken into aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.
The projected growth rate for aerospace engineering in general is  expected to be pretty slow. NASA employs about 10% of American  Aerospace engineers; Boeing, Bombardier and Airbus are the largest  consumers of aerospace engineers in the private sector. An  aeronautical engineer in the US can...
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Aircraft Engineering is usually meant for the manufacturing of  aircraft.   Aeronautical Engineering is for the creation of new 'in air' flying  machines.    Aerospace Engineering is for the creation of 'in air' as well as  'in thin air' and space flying machines.
I can't say anything for sure, because I am young and ignorant of  trigonometry but I like to think in scientific stuff. but I guess  its probably used to determine at what angle something is traveling  at from a vector, and after that to know what it's trajectory would  be.
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No. You can get a job with just a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering.
For engineering fields, mathematics. If you do not understand  calculus by the end of your first year of college, then it is time  to change majors. It would be help to have studied calculus in high  school in your senior year. In my first year of AE, my first  quarter was the entire year of pre...
Almost everything in the aerospace field requires computer use. Some of the most computing intensive simulations run on super-computers all over the world come from aerospace engineering. Only to give you a few examples: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), large eddy simulations (and in general any...
Aerospace Engineering deals with the design, construction and science of aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace Engineering is broken down into aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering. Aeronautical Engineering is the science behind building aircraft within the earth's atmosphere and...
Engineers can work a normal US work week or spend overtime working  until they are done with their current project(s). Usually AEs are  alway working because they are thinking about their job all of the  time.
Yes. AEs understand the flight mechanics of parachutes.
Depends on what you enjoy and where you take it.Some colleges require aerospace engineers to take an additional calculus class, which can make it more difficult. If you're set on engineering, the best way to make it easier is to major in the engineering discipline that you relate to best or will...
contact any em professor from any reputed college
That all depends on the AE department head. They would make that  determination by interview and grades you made as an ME.
== Amity Engg ranked best ==   Amity School of Engineering has been ranked the number one pvt Engineering School in India for placements by Dataquest Magasine.    Amity is the only one in Delhi and around to offer aerospace engg
A bachelor's degree takes 4 years regardless of the field (unless  you challenge lots of classes in which it can take less, or you  choose to dawdle in which case it can take much longer).
Run a million miles in the other direction! Check the NSS results,  you will not expect assignment feedback from that degree factory!
The aeronautical engineers are concerned with the design and cnstruction, testing and operation as well as maintenance of aircraft and aircraft components by applying scientific and mathematical principles to practical ends.
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All 'A's. or all with the exception of a B. Make sure your maths and sciences are strong. Also your ECs should preferably involve some science background.
sudden load differ from impact load by the velocity of loading
I want admission in aerospace engineering at nust. I need to know fee
It's called Span Loading.
It is the science that helps one figure out how various forces act on bodies that are in the earths atmosphere
There is no minimum wage in aerospace engineering, wages are set based on "Market Target" with a +/- adjustment based on skills and performance. "Market Target" is an average of the average wages of a set of similar companies pay for similar job positions. It is calculated by several market...
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f7 (yes, it really does matter whether you use an upper case or lower case letter) is a shaft tolerance, which is, generally speaking, used for close tolerance (clearance) fits. But it depends on the size of the mating component.
In aviation, the bird learns to fly.Learn in the physical space on the flight.
  == Answer ==   The employer has certain rights, like requiring you to wear a uniform, or prohibiting you from listening to the radio while at work, and you can take a job with that employer or not, your choice. If your employer wants you to travel and you do not want to travel, then do...
Can you study aerospace engineering in MTech after MSc in aviation in jntuh  
it is ,free stream mach number for which the entire flow over a body is supersonic..
Hot Gas Path Inspection [HGPI] is well known in Power Plants based on Gas Turbine [GT]. Normally, HGPI executed each 24000 Running hour; provided that the GT is operated in ideal condition [natural gas as fuel, base load operation etc]. In HGPI, the total path of hot gas [hot gas produced in...
  If you want to be an aerospace engineer, you should probably actually set your sights on a master's degree, not a bachelor's degree. Aerospace engineers take full and rigorous coursework in science and mathematics, including everything from physics to mechanical engineering, as well as lab...
It plans and controls space missions.
Answer The time it takes to complete a PhD in Chemical Engineering may vary and be particular to the college or university enrolled in and the students approach to it. As a general rule of thumb, the degree would require approximately 60 credits minus the dissertation. How long it would take to...
The Polaris SLBM program started in 1956; the first successful launch from the USS George Washington (SSBN-598) was on July 20, 1960. Later in 1961 the Polaris A-2 SLBM entered active service in the Navy's submarine fleet.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) California Institute of Technology (USA) Imperial College London (UK) Georgia Institute of Technology (USA) University of Glasgow (UK) University of Tokyo (Japan) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (USA) University of Toronto (Canada) Stanford...
It's difficult to compare the quality of two schools with different academic goals. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) claims to have the world's best research-oriented aerospace engineering program, and offers a PhD as its highest degree. On the other hand, Embry Riddle claims to be...
depends on how much experience you have some make 10 000 per year and some make 100 000 per year!
Pretty wide actually but with limitations since Pakistan is still relatively new to the Aerospace industry. Pakistan does not build Passenger jets. Pakistan also does not build helicopters. However, a Pakistani Engineer did build one in his garage. You can check out the video on youtube. This is...
You need at least a Bachelor of Science degree. That's 4 or 5 years of college on top of all the years you spent in high school and primary education. Expect the classes to be tough, so don't figure on taking a lot of them to try to graduate early in 3 years.
The earliest modern commercial planes would be the big and beautiful Caravelle from Sud-Aviation then Aérospatiale, the awesome French-British Concorde supersonic plane from the same company, and nowadays the European Airbus planes with up to 850 passengers at Mach 0.85 for a range of over 15,000...
All branches of aerospace engineering are suitable for women.
  looking at the years of experiance, about 4 after you get your B.S
Aerospace Engineer Key Skills• Strong problem-solving skills • Excellent mathematical and IT skills • Knowledge of computer aided design (CAD) or manufacturing (CAM) software • Good communication skills • Excellent technical knowledge • The ability to plan, prioritise and manage projects...
When they are launched.
Nitrogen I believe an Airworthiness Directive was issued for large passenger aircraft that requires the use of Nitrogen. There are several reasons for using Nitrogen: 1. its non corrosive 2. its non flammable 3. it less likely to change its volume due to temp 4. it is less likely to change its...
Kalpana Chawla (note the correct spelling) was a member is the ill fated Columbia disaster.
IST (institute of space technology) is the best uni of aerospace engineering in Pakistan.
Generally not. Only a basic understanding or aircraft design and construction is taught with more focus on generic aircraft systems.A CPL and PPL syllabus are essentially the same the CPL covering subjects to greater depths and the difference in the laws etc.As one progresses to different types of...
you think that to what do you have more interest.
You apply for and, if you are lucky, you get a job.
Single crystal propellers are less likely to suffer the affects of fatigue caused by vibration.
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They appear (I say "appear" because there is very little information available on the J-20 at the moment) to be designed for different rôles. The PAK-FA is a fighter in the tradition of, say, the F-22, while the J-20 seems to be more of a light, supersonic, bomber.Neither of them are, so far,...
A system that receives radio information from its launch controller (a computer, not a human), directing it to launch the missile and calculate its most efficient path to the target. The Guidance system also transmits all missile functions back to its launch controller for continuous monitoring of...
Yes, it will. In fact, it will work somewhat better at arc suppression because of the vacuum.
The actual pressure varies depending on the application. One particular CO2 cartridge, used for blowing out fuel oil lines, is the Westwood T32-30, which is 8 grams at 800 psi.
As is everything else is high technology fields, we are constantly improving them.
The first person to record the correct concept for achieving flight was Leonardo Da Vinci. He drew airplanes and helicopters often despite the fact that they wouldn't be introduced for a few more centuries.The first people to develop heavier-than-air flight were Orvil and Wilbur Wright.
You study aerodynamics at a college or a university.
One the surface, two; Orville and Wilbur Wright. There were others before them, but they are recognized as being the first, because they created a three-axis control system that allowed stable flight control. Also, I say "on the surface", because I do not know how many people were involved behind...
Because computers don't fall asleep, fight in the cockpit, nor get intoxicated. Also, they assist the pilot by reducing error and minimizing workload at critical times such as take-off and landing.
Aerostat radar is a low-level surveillance system that uses aerostats (moored balloons) as radar platforms.
It is quite simple. There are exact measurements, but as you said each differently sized plane needs a different span due to its mass. Wings are much more complicated than someone may think. They have multiple flaps, each used for specific things. The most commonly known flaps are the "flaps". These...
With a crank, cam, rack and pinion, or screw mechanisms.
Mercury has no atmosphere, however, there is a trace exosphere containing hydrogen, helium, and oxygen, that gets dynamically created and destroyed.
Anything you want it to be.
It depends on your airspeed. At normal cruise airspeed, an increase or decrease of engine thrust causes an aircraft to ascend or descend. At approach airspeed, a slower airspeed with flaps lowered, raising or lowering the elevators causes the aircraft to ascend or descend.
If the beam bends such that the plane of the loading is parallel to axis of the beam passing through its center of gravity then the bending is known as in-plane bending. Otherwise due to effects of twisting and lateral forces perpendicular to the plane of loading then it is called out-of-plane...
The RFP for the X-15 was published in December 1954, with the rocket engine submitted in February 1955. The first unpowered test flight took place in June 1959, with the first powered test flight in September 1959.
Aeronautical engineering focuses on flying in Earth's atmosphere while aerospace deals with objects outside Earth's atmosphere. aerospace engineering deals with objects inside and outside of earths atmosphere while aeronautical engineering is a more specialized field with aerospace engineering that...
Through a simultaneous balance of lift versus gravity and thrust versus drag. The lift comes from the shape of the wing, in that one surface has a longer path than the other surface. As a result, air pressure is less on that surface than on the other, causing a lift from the other, as the wing cuts...
the leading edge is black so that there is need for heat absoubtion.
An airfoil is a blade that has an unequal cross section so that, as it passes through the air, the air it divides takes two paths of different length. The path of longer length has lower pressure on it than the path of shorter length. This causes lift, in the direction from higher pressure (shorter...
Inside mostly. By a desk/computer, designing things.
No, that is impossible. You see, helicopters must have that tail rotor in order to keep steady. Without one, it would spin out of control in the opposite direction that the main rotor is going. The tail rotor provides a counter form of propulsion that keeps the fuselage (body) of the copter from...
BAE pays it's engineers about $87,000 in salary each year.  
Yeah you can. For sure as Avionics is nothing but Electrical systems in Aircrafts.
It depends on where you go to school. For a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering it can take anywhere from 4-6 years. A Master's degree takes another 2. A PhD typically takes 5-6 years but some people may spend up to 9 years working on attaining it.
Hard. Very, very hard. Different media and propulsion system entirely.
Study. Study very hard. Study very, very hard. Oh, did I say study?