Within time, two main branches, which can be overlapping, have evolved:
Astronautical Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering. Astronautical Engineering is responsible for developing and modeling spacecrafts, whereas Aeronautical Engineering focuses on designing aircraft or helicopters for instant.
Having advanced skills in physical science and aerodynamics are important requirements for being successful in this field.
This fast growing industry gives you the chance to develop new technologies to open revolutionary possibilities.
If you decide to take on an aerospace engineer internship, these challenging tasks will expect you:
- Evolving design specifications
- Analyse the aircraft’s performance and its systems
- Take part in flight simulations to evaluate stall speeds and take-off distances
- Examine accidents with aircraft involved
- Construct planes and essential equipment by following the science principles
- Noticing and remedying problems that appear during the different processes
- Establishing solutions and procedures for technical issues
- Following the guidelines for accurate manufacturing
- Improving designs for a more efficient fuel wastage or higher safety standards
- Conduct regular maintenances
- Administering the installation of the aircraft’s apparatuses
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