Aerospace Engineer Aerospace Engineers have a variety of jobs. They may work from the casual airplane to sending objects out into space. Aerospace engineers who deal with aircrafts are normally title aeronautical engineers, those working with spacecrafts are named astronautical engineers. Such engineers develop technologies that assist in aviation, defense systems, and space exploration. Aeronautical engineers may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product. Aerospace engineers may be experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems. The skills aeronautical engineers posses are becoming more and more valuable in other fields. Their areas of expertise allow them to design many other machines that help make them more efficient. For example, civil engineers help design vehicles with lower air resistance with then increases the fuel efficiency. Aerospace engineers and mechanical engineers have much in common. This job entitles many sacrifices which one may not be aware of. Many engineers are placed into certain positions that make them work odd hours. They may have to synchronize with other engineers half-way across the world therefor forcing them to work throughout the entire night or early in the morning. In order to reach this point one must have worked four to five years to gain their bachelors degree. Melinda Ceccaci stated ”It's four or five short years of intense studying and sheer excruciating pain, but it's going to pay you off for the next forty, fifty, or however many years you decide to work after you graduate.” One should be studious and hard working: it will follow one throughout their life. Advancing civilization and building a better quality of life is what a civil engineer focuses on. Civil engineers are faced with many challenges— population growth, environmental concerns, the technological revolution, and more. They apply the latest concepts in computer aided designs during their projects. Civil engineers are problems solvers, they must be able to meet the needs that a population creates. Many themes will have to be linked to the population as time progresses. This job is very rewarding when it comes to helping to make the world a better place. Civil engineering is divided into seven major divisions of engineering: structural, environmental, geotechnical, water resources, transportation, construction, and urban planning. Without civil engineers one would not be able to do anything today. One wouldn't have roads, running water, the ability to be able to use one’s toilet, the sewer systems, bridges, and airports. when working for an international company it would be very beneficiary to speak multiple languages and be able to understand different
Aerospace engineers are responsible for developing extraordinary machines, from
airplanes that weigh over a half a million pounds to spacecraft that travel over 17,000 miles an
hour. They design, develop, and test aircraft, spacecraft, and missiles and supervise the
manufacturing of these products. Aerospace engineers who work with aircraft are considered
aeronautical engineers, and those working specifically with spacecraft are considered
them stirred and sustained my learning process until now. At the time of admission as an undergraduate in Aeronautical Engineering I had a little idea about the path I was heading for. With each course and each lab my appetite to specialize in the field of Aeronautics and Astronautics piqued up which further led me to apply for graduate studies in the field of Aerospace Engineering.
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Aerospace engineers are very smart people. They have to have at least a bachelor’s degree. They make extraordinary machines, such as airplanes weighing over a half a million pounds and spaceships that can travel up to or higher than 17,000 miles per hour. They make plans, carry out, and test airplanes, helicopters, spaceships, and missiles. They also have to monitor the manufacturing of these objects. The ones that work on aircraft are called aeronautical…
Course of interest
What the course might lead to.
1. Petroleum Engineering
60 credits, including 45 at level 3(a minimum of 21 with Merit grade) and 15 at level 2.
Must have Good communication skills
and minimum GCSE grade of C.
Master degree in petroleum engineering
Work as a petroleum engineer in many countries
2. Chemical Engineering
Applicants would generally be expected to have distinctions in Level 3 maths and chemistry units.
Must have background…
offshoring manufacturing to Asia, companies today can take advantage of near-shore manufacturing benefits that exist in their own back yards. These benefits are most apparent when it comes to labor intensive assemblies for such varied industries such as: aerospace, automotive, medical, electronics, home furnishings and consumer products amongst others. With China’s labor costs increasing, current economic trends now point towards Mexico as the “new China” for certain manufacturing industries. This development…
a Bachelors of Science and Chemical Engineering. At first he said he entered the University undecided of what he wanted to become, but he knew it was either going to be an Aerospace Engineer or a Chemical Engineer. Hector said it came to his conclusion that it was going to be a Chemical Engineer because he wanted to stay in an area of Corpus Christi. Another factor that caused him not to become an Aerospace Engineer was because he said as a chemical engineering there is so many places you can go with…
• Founded in 1916 in the Puget Sound region
of Washington state
• Became a leading producer of military and
• Undertook a series of strategic mergers and acquisitions
to become the world’s leading aerospace company
• Aerospace pioneers now part of the Boeing
– North American Aviation
– McDonnell Douglas
– Rockwell International (space and defense business)
– Hughes Space and Communications
A heritage that
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The company's mission and vision
Boeing is an America corporation which leads the world in aerospace manufacturing, engineering and information technology. Boeing ranks number 30, globally in fortune 500 companies. “Until 1958, more people crossed the Atlantic Ocean aboard ships than on airplanes. And fewer than 1 in 10 Americans adults had ever even been on…