Aeronautical Engineering

  • (noun): The activity of designing and constructing aircraft.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on engineering, aeronautical, aeronautical engineering:

Purdue University College Of Engineering - History
... In 1874, Purdue established four-year bachelor's degree programs in civil engineering and mechanical engineering ... The School of Mechanical Engineering was created in 1882, although none of Purdue's students at the time were actually qualified to enroll in any of its courses ... In 1911, the School of Chemical Engineering was founded, and in 1938 became the School of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering ...
History Of Engineering - Modern Era
... Electrical Engineering can trace its origins in the experiments of Alessandro Volta in the 19th century, the experiments of Michael Faraday, Georg Ohm ... that electrical and electronics engineers currently outnumber their colleagues of any other Engineering specialty ... James Watt gave rise to modern Mechanical Engineering ...
Aeronautical Society Of India - Activities
... activities include fraternization amongst professionals, promotion of aeronautical activities and policy and increased awareness of indigenous / international information/events ... The Society also conducts examinations in aeronautical engineering twice a year ... in the Ministry of education as being equivalent to a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from an Indian University ...
Henry Millicer
... After receiving a degree in aeronautical engineering he worked as a junior designer in the National Aviation Works (Państwowe Zakłady Lotnicze) on the PZL.37 Łoś bomber ... obtained a scholarship to study for a Master's degree in aeronautical engineering at Imperial College, London, joining Airspeed in 1945 and later Percival aircraft ... his work was recognised with the award of an Honorary Doctorate in aeronautical engineering ...

More definitions of "aeronautical engineering":

  • (noun): The branch of engineering science concerned with the design and construction of aircraft.

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