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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.
Answer Average starting salary: $55,000 Average salary after 5 years: $72,000 Average salary after 10 to 15 years: $90,000
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Relief is a word that describes something relaxing or free of stress. Altitude is the height of an object in relation to ground level.
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their dutie is to use math and science to design new artifacts and technologies that may be used to solve practical problems.electric
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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
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Answer "What were the Major mergers and acquisitions over the last five years in all sector of business?list them." can i get mor informationabout the above mergers and acquisition
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Space vehicles re-enter Earth's atmosphere at very high speeds, around 28,000 kph in the case of the shuttle. The friction generated by atmospheric particles striking the vehicle's hull slows the vehicle. During the process of re-entry (slowing), most of the vehicle's energy of motion is transformed…
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Engineers typically enter the occupation with a bachelor's degree in an engineering specialty, but some basic research positions may require a graduate degree. Engineers offering their services directly to the public must be licensed. Continuing education to keep current with rapidly changing techno…
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Salary for these positions usually really depends on experience and what part of the country you would work in, and of course if you have a PHD or just Master degree. But generally you would be wanting to look at somewhere around for a level 1 aerospace engineer is about 53k, for a level IV it would…
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The engines used by the aircraft produces thrust and also motion to the aircraft in order to give speed to the aircraft so that the wings can produce lift that is greater than what actually the areoplane weighs with its cargo, passenger and the fuel on board. The amount of lift should be greater the…
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Engineers typically enter the occupation with a bachelor's degree in an engineering specialty, but some basic research positions may require a graduate degree. Engineers offering their services directly to the public must be licensed. Continuing education to keep current with rapidly changing techno…
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There really isn't a name for his rocket, though it launched it on March 16, 1926 in Auburn, Mass.
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For a Good Place, For example BAE systems around £25,000 to £27,000 on there graduate schemes. Others can be a lot less £16,000 to £17,000
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shift registers can be used in CDMA(code division multiple access) in communication.
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You can obtain this information by going to www.collegeboard.com/splash/ and using the sites College MatchMaker search engine, or click on the related links section below to go directly to the site. You can research colleges and universities by name, or by programs of study, or by geographical loca…
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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 Astro…
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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).
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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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Although raw materials are very limited in Switzerland, the country has a world-class manufacturing economy fabricating raw material imports into high-value added exports. The engineering industry, together with metals and electronics, employs about 9 percent of the country's workforce and contribut…
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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 Univer…
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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 th…
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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 …
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one of the finest colleges in India are IIT n HINDUSTHAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
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James Watt was a mechanical engineer of 16th century who developed the concept of steam engines. Some consider him as the Founder of mechanical engineering. Some considered Leonardo Da Vinci as the father of Mechanical Engineering. Both the schools of thoughts, work only if we consider industrial…
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No. They need something to stabilize their flight, and fins are sometimes used for that purpose. But there are other solutions. Note that outside the atmosphere fins are just an expensive joke.
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A static load is the effect of gravity on an object or structure. A dynamic load is the forces that move or change when acting on a structure. Example of a dynamic load: Force of wind or the weight of a truck Example of a static load: Weight of a bridge
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Gillham code is Gray code implemented as a binary-quinary combination. When a Gillham value is converted as Gray to binary in the ordinary way, the least significant 3 bits will have values of 1 through 4 and 7 ( a reflecting pattern of 5 values only). This was done to produce a quasi decimal syste…
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CEMILAC certificate is given to the design of aeronautical systems and components. After thorough testing and evaluation, certificate is given
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by a rocket
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Wing twist is the change of the angle of incidence of the airfoil, along the span of the wing. This is also called wash out if the wing tip has a smaller or negative angle compared to the wing root, or wash in if the wing tip angle is bigger. Wash out is added to wings to ensure the wing tip stalls…
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Apexvs. Plywood used in houses, which contains wood pieces glued together in different directions
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the pull of gravity is the mass times the gravitation field strength this is the weight of the cameraIs the cameras weight
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Possibly to produce stability or a semi-controlled flight (?)
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the general assembly conducts investigations, submits constitutional amendments to the people, acts on amendements to the federal constitution, and helps plan redistricting every 10 years.i hope this info helps u!:) 2/15/11
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The HS (Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System) is an international system of names and numbers for classifying traded products created by the World Customs Organization and used in determining tariffs on items shipped internationally. The HS is based on the fundamental principle that g…
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In order to stabilize them during their flight. Actually, that's not quite right. Missiles have movable "wings" (a better term for them is "fins"), whose primary purpose is to steer the missile onto target. Most missiles' fins are attached to the main body on a small rotating disk. The missile's gui…
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Yes, it is ranked as the 1st in US & world news ranking
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If we measure from the constant base point, that is, sea level or above the earth's surface, i.e, Altitude.Ex: The flight of an aircraft at 40,000 ft - altitude (above mean sea level)If we measure the top of something with any base point, i.e, Height.Ex: Height of this building is 300 ft from the gr…
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Yes, it was originally designed in the 1950s as an ICBM that carried a W-49 thermonuclear warhead with a yield of 1.44 megatons. Later the warhead was upgraded to a W-38 thermonuclear warhead with a yield of 3.75 megatons. As an ICBM it became obsolete in the 1960s with the deployment of the Minutem…
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Phase Alteration by Line. It is a format in TV transmission.
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There are two type of microprocesser that aerspace designer will find usefull 1, the single chip MOS Processor 2, the bit-slice bipolar processor
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Megatronics is the technical discipline of creating electronic systems that take up as much physical space as possible. An example is creating a computer that takes up an entire room, to do simple arithmetic. Another example is making the servers that run the Internet large enough to fill the core o…
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The FOE (focus of expansion) indicates the MAV's (micro air vehicle's) direction.
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engine makes the aircraft to move propeller engine-thrust is produced by aerodynamic force jet engine-thrust is produced by change in momentum of the fluid
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My self pasumarthy avinash.. I completed my B.Tech recently with the aggrigate of 70 %.. I completed my 12th standared in spectra junior college with the aggrigate of 64.1 %.. comming my schooling i comleted my schooloing in indo english high school with the aggrigate of 71.0 %
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Depending upon the source, the top ten engineering schools in Pune can vary. However, after viewing multiple sources, the ten schools listed below appeared on several lists for 2011. College of Engineering Pune (COEP)Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT)International Institute of Information Te…
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Complete detail in odishastudents.com 1. Silicon Institute of engineering and technology, BBSR 2. National Institute of science and technology, Berhampur 3. C.V Raman Institute of engineering and technology, BBSR 4. Orissa engineering college, BBSR 5. NM Institute of engineering and technolog…
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There is no physical requirement. All you need to do is obtain a degree in physics and a few other things. If your school offers it, you can get a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering. Then you move on to your masters and hopefully your PhD
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Pneumatics means air operated and actuator is anything that does something, which is usually a piston that operates a mechanism or less frequently an air motor. Pneumatic actuation systems are typically used to automate manufacturing processes such as pushing stock bar through the headstock of an au…
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1.Universal Group of Institutions, Lalru (Mohali) 2.Indo Global Colleges, Abhipur (Mohali) 3.PEC CHANDIGARH (Excluding Punjab) 4.Thapar university, Patiala 5.SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGG.AND TECHNOLOGY (MOHALI) 6.GNDU (main campus), Amritsar 7.GNDEC, Ludhiana 8.NIT, Jalandhar 9.DAVIET…
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Study Maths and Physics and then do a Degree in Aerospace Engineering or another related Degree like Mechanical Engineering.
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without any doubt amaesi.it is most challenging exam rather than btech ignou.
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April 18, 1941 was the first flight of the German turbojet powered Messerschmitt Me 262. The British turbojet powered Gloster E.28/39 first flight was a month later on May 15, 1941 making it the second jet to fly. The first airliner with jet power only was the British Vickers VC.1 Viking G-AJPH, wh…
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The air shear going under the wing when flaps are down pushes the plane up off the ground. The reason why planes have wings up is to create low drag and high lift.
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Bachuler of enginering
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Unclassified information if compromised does not run the risk of impacting the safety of DOD personnel, mission or systems
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My opion is Pune is the best.
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A non destructive test is one where the integrity of a structure is analysed without subjecting it to forces that would destroy it. There are lots of such tests and it depends on the type of structure and what you are looking for. With a weld or a casting, these are routinely tested using x-rays to …
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To build more effective military bombers
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Another name for propagation delay is latency.
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Endless...... You can join scores of Aerospace and Aircraft Companies around the world, you can join the Formula One team, various Space Centres. I will give you a list of the companies and agencies.LockheedNorthrop-GrumanBoeingFerrariRolls-RoycePratt and WhitneyBMWNASAISROESAand lots more....Hope t…
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I'll have to make sure that I..... Comply with safety guidelines set by the safety board (OSHA in our place)Provide all safety equipmentsProvide PPEProvide safety trainingsHave safety posters/reminders in the workplaceGet a safety inspector
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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 usually g…
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northwestern polytechnical university,xi'an,shaanxi,china
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(For televisions) Aspect ratio is the ratio of the width of the television screen to the height. TVs do not have taper ratios. (For airplanes) Aspect ratio is a ratio of the wing span squared to the wing's reference area. This gives you a sense of how thin/slender a wing will appear from the to…
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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.
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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.
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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-calculu…
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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 …
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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.
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Yes. AEs understand the flight mechanics of parachutes.
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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 mos…
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contact any em professor from any reputed college
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That all depends on the AE department head. They would make that determination by interview and grades you made as an ME.
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To be safe on task and be cautious.
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Run a million miles in the other direction! Check the NSS results, you will not expect assignment feedback from that degree factory!
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Mechanics of structures vol.i by sb junnarkar and shahThere are several; my choice is Timoshenko Strength of materials - very basic but very powerful
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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.
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sudden load differ from impact load by the velocity of loading
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I want admission in aerospace engineering at nust. I need to know fee
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It's called Span Loading.
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It is the science that helps one figure out how various forces act on bodies that are in the earths atmosphere
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Designing airplanes, helicopters, rockets, satellites, spacecraft, and/or any of the subsystems that go into such systems.
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Mainly aerospace aluminum.
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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 statisti…
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in kenya, we take 8 units in a semester and it lasts for 4 years
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one important part is the sensors and gears.
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