What are the Best Companies for a Aerospace Engineer by Shefali Singla

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The term aerospace defines a superset of aeronautics and astronautics, which are atmospheric flight and space flight respectively. Aerospace engineering provides a wide range of career options, from designing the components that make up various aircraft and spacecraft systems to the testing and refining of those systems. There are three subcategories of aerospace engineering, namely aerodynamics and engine propulsion; dynamics and control systems; and structures. And there are many huge companies which are regularly hiring aeronautical engineers.


It really depends on what you're looking for (aircraft, space, powerplant/engines, etc..). I would honestly stay away from the really large aircraft companies. You will get stuck doing one thing forever. General aviation companies will give you the most flexibility in terms of what kind of work you can do and opportunities to cross-train and explore different disciplines.


 aerospace manufacturers, and they research, design, build, test, sell anad maintain aircraft/aircraft parts, missiles, rockets and spacecraft/spacecraft parts. This can include but not limited to: space vehicles, aircraft engines and propulsion units. The aerospace industry is made up of military, industrial and commercial applications.


It must be noted that aerospace is different to airspace, which is classed as the air that directly above the Earth’s surface. The end of air and start of space is generally known to be about 100km from the ground, and this is determined by the air pressure being too low that high up.


As you can imagine, there are many aerospace manufacturers in the modern world, ranging from those who have been around for a century or more, to those who have been founded relatively recently. In 2017, the size of the global aerospace industry was worth about $838 billion. This will only continue to rise due to the increasing number of travellers around the globe, as flying becomes more accessible to more people, while airplane inspection standards also becoming more rigorous and leading to more airplane retirements. It is estimated that the global aerospace market will hit $16 trillion by 2038.


The United States has the largest aerospace industry in the world, with 49% of the entire global market located there. Then there is a huge gap in the market to second place France with 8.2% and China following in third with 7.3%. China’s aerospace industry is growing very fast in recent years, and they are estimating that over the next 20 years they will acquire $1.3 trillion worth of aircraft. This will in turn create more business (about $1.6 trillion) in aftermarket service for these aircraft.

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Aerospace Engineer Career

What is Aerospace Engineer Career


An Aerospace Engineer is crucial in the research, design, development, performance testing and launching of commercial and military airplanes, weapon systems, space vehicles and satellites. Aerospace engineers improve flight safety & fuel efficiency, develop control systems, analyze new materials and use advanced technologies to meet customer needs and reduce the environmental impact of air commute.

Career Opportunities in Aerospace Engineering

Maintenance of Aircraft or Missiles

Aircraft Designer

Aviation Engineers

Satellite and Space research

Defense

Important Facts

Most college have eligibility criteria of minimum 50% aggregate marks in Class XII / and some of minimum 60%.

Must have passed class 12th or senior secondary examination with at least 50% marks including English.

Some colleges/ universities also have an age limit.

Aerospace Engineering is divided into two parts Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering

Work Description

Plan or conduct experimental, environmental, operational, or stress tests on models or prototypes of aircrafts or aerospace systems or equipments

Plan or coordinate activities concerned with investigating into and resolving customers' reports of technical problems with aircraft or aerospace vehicles

Coordinate activities of engineering or technical personnel involved in designing, modifying, or testing of aerospace products

Evaluate product data or design for conformance to engineering principles, customer requirements, environmental regulations, or quality standards

Develop design criteria for aeronautical or aerospace products, including testing methods, production costs, quality standards, environmental standards, or completion dates

Participate in aerospace research and development programmes

Review aerospace engineering designs to determine how to reduce negative environmental impacts

Pros & Cons of a Career in Aerospace Engineering

Pros

Job satisfaction is high

Work not limited to only space crafts and aircrafts

Is rewarding in terms of money

Cons

May have to move to locations where work is available

Can be a stressful job

Is a difficult and extensive subject to study. 

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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering is a branch of engineering that aims at equipping students with relevant skills and knowledge to design and manufacture spacecrafts, aircrafts and other related systems. 





This technical job requires a high attention to detail and needs professionals with excellent numeracy and IT skills. To become an aerospace engineer, one needs to pursue a B.Tech as a first step and can head to a Master’s in a specialization.

As an aerospace engineer, you would work in the various fields including research, testing and production and maintenance. Skills that are necessary to make a career in aerospace engineering include analytical skills, great communication skills, IT, Numeracy, problem solving and many more. You will gain these skills during your B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering course.


What are the Required skills to Become an Aerospace Engineer?

- Strong  analytical and problem-solving skills 

- Creative and ability to see alternative ways of things

-Communication skills

- Speed and accuracy 

- Strong mathematics and Mechanics

- Technical Expertise

- Concern about safety

Interested in aviation and science

- Sense of Responsibility

- Work under pressure to meet


Aerospace engineers must be able to fulfil the following tasks in order to meet the demand of their role.


- Solving the complex aerospace design and engineering problems.

- Analyse the requirements of the mission profile and build a mathematical model for the same.

- Undertake computer modelling and predict flight characteristics through statistics and computational analysis.

- Design and develop the propulsion systems, control systems for the required model.

- Analyse and test the performance of the aeronautical products to meet the requirements of the mission profile.

- Research and development of new methods to improve efficiency. 

- After successful attempts over the prototypes, plan and coordinate for the manufacturing of the final product.

- Find out the new technologies for the application of aerospace.

Aeronautical Engineers are involved in various designing, analysis and manufacturing techniques of overall aircraft structures.

- To analyze the aircraft aerodynamics parameters and its performance.

- Estimation and investigation for the safety of aircraft components.

- Inspection and repair of defective products and component and identify the source problem and get the possible corrective action or solutions. 

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Airworthiness of an Aircraft

 

Airworthiness Certificate of an Aircraft

AIRWORTHINESS

The ability of an Aircraft to fully operate and function for a safe flight is termed as Airworthiness. For a safe flight operation, all the Aircraft’s components should meet design requirements and good condition for ready to fly. The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Aircraft Certification Service includes more than 1300 engineers, scientists, inspectors, test pilots and other safety professionals.They are responsible for oversight of design, production, Airworthiness certification, and continued Airworthiness programs for nearly all US civil aviation products such as large and small Airplanes, engines, rotorcraft, and propellers and foreign import products. An Aircraft must operate under certain limits in the standards which are set by the particular national civil aviation authority. Regular checks such as weekly, monthly, 6-month or yearly are required and if any Aircraft exceeds the limits, it would not be Air-worthy and as a result, the certificate would be revoked. 

An Airworthiness certificate is a document granted by FAA which permits to operate an Aircraft in flight. Only FAA Aviation safety inspectors and authorized representatives of administrator are authorized to issue FAA Airworthiness certificate.The standard Airworthiness certificate remains valid as long as Aircraft meets its approved design type, condition for operation, and maintenance, preventative maintenance. The Aircraft owner is responsible for maintaining the Aircraft in an Airworthy condition. If in any case, the Aircraft no longer meeting the standard limits set by FAA, the authorities can revoke the certificate. 

An Airworthiness Directive (AD) is the notification to the owners and the operators of certified Aircraft that a known safety failure with particular model of Aircraft, engine, avionics or other system existed should be corrected. The purpose of Airworthiness Directive is to alert the Aircraft owners that a particular Aircraft may have an unsafe condition or the Aircraft may not be in conformity with its basis of certification or of other conditions which may affect the Aircraft’s Airworthiness. ADs can be categorized into two, Those of an emergency nature requiring immediate compliance prior to further flight, and Those of a less urgent nature requiring compliance within a specified period of time.

An Airworthiness Certificate is an FAA document which grants authorization to operate an Aircraft in flight. Who may apply for an Airworthiness certificate? 

A registered owner or owner's agent of an Aircraft may apply for an Airworthiness certificate. 

Classifications of Airworthiness Certificates

The FAA initially determines that your Aircraft is in condition for safe operation and conforms to type design or American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International standards, then issues an Airworthiness certificate. There are two different classifications of Airworthiness certificates: Standard Airworthiness and Special Airworthiness.

Standard Airworthiness Certificate

FAA Form 8100-2, Standard Airworthiness Certificate is the FAA’s official authorization allowing for the operation of type certificated Aircraft in the following categories:

Normal

Utility

Acrobatic

Commuter

Transport

Manned free balloons

Special classes

A standard Airworthiness certificate remains valid as long as the Aircraft meets its approved type design, is in a condition for safe operation and maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations are performed in accordance with 14 CFR parts 21, 43, and 91.

Special Airworthiness Certificate

FAA Form 8130-7, Special Airworthiness Certificate, is an FAA authorization to operate an Aircraft in U.S. Airspace in one or more of categories in Figure 3-1.

Regulations and Policies

There are a number of regulations and policy documents that provide additional guidance on the subject of Airworthiness.

Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations

14 CFR Part 21, Certification Procedures for Products and Parts

14 CFR Part 21, Subpart H, Airworthiness Certificates

14 CFR Part 45, Identification and Registration Marking

14 CFR Part 91, Section 91.313, Restricted category civil Aircraft: Operating limitations

14 CFR Part 91, Subpart D, Special Flight Operations

14 CFR Part 91, Section 91.715, Special flight authorizations for foreign civil Aircraft

14 CFR Part 375, Navigation of Foreign Civil Aircraft Within the United States

FAA Orders (as revised)

FAA Order 8130.2, Airworthiness Certification of Aircraft and Related Products

FAA Order 8900.1, Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS)

FAA Advisory Circulars (ACs) (as revised)

AC 20-27, Certification and Operation of Amateur-Built Aircraft

AC 20-139, Commercial Assistance During Construction of Amateur-Built Aircraft

AC 21-4, Special Flight Permits for Operation of Overweight Aircraft

AC 21-12, Application for U.S. Airworthiness Certificate, FAA Form 8130-6

AC 45-2, Identification and Registration Marking • AC 90-89, Amateur-Built Aircraft and Ultra-light Flight Testing Handbook

In aviation, Airworthiness is the measure of an Aircraft's suitability for safe flight. Certification of Airworthiness is conferred by a certificate of Airworthiness from the state of Aircraft registry national aviation authority, and is maintained by performing the required maintenance actions.

Documents Required:

Aircraft must have documentation to show compliance with federal regulations

Those documents can be easily remembered through the acronym "AROW" or "ARROW:"

A – Airworthiness Certificate

R – Registration Certificate

R – Radio Certificate (international flights)

O – Operators Manual (specific for that Aircraft) and placards (Compass deviation card/External data plate

W – Weight and Balance (current and specific to your Airplane)

Required Equipment:

Visual Flight Rules:

Day VFR (TOMATO FLAAMES):

T - Tachometer (one for each engine)

O - Oil Pressure Gauge (one for each liquid cooled engine)

M - Magnetic Direction Indicator

A - Airspeed indicator

T - Temperature gauge (each liquid cooled engine)

O - Oil temperature gauge (each liquid cooled engine)

F - Fuel Gauges

L - Landing gear position indicator lights (retractable landing gear)

A - Altimeter

A - Anti-Collision light system (strobes), if manufactured after 3/11/1996

M - Manifold pressure gauge (each altitude engine)

E - Emergency Locator Transmitter

S - Seat belts & shoulder harness (front seats)

Night VFR (FLAPS):

Day VFR requirements, plus:

F - Fuses (spares) or circuit breakers

L - Landing lights (if for hire)

A - Anti-collision lights

P - Position Lights

S - Source of energy (adequate to power all electrical and radio equipment)

Instrument Flight Rules:

Day/Night IFR (GRABCARD):

G - Generator or alternator

R - Rate of turn indicator (turn coordinator or turn & bank indicator)

A - Altimeter, sensitive, adjustable for barometric pressure (Kollsman window)

B - Ball (slip-skid indicator [inclinometer])

C - Clock (digital or analog displaying hours, minutes, and seconds)

A - Attitude indicator

R - Radios (radio communication and navigation equipment suitable for the route to be flown)

D - Direction (gyroscopic) indicator (directional gyro or heading indicator)

Inoperative Equipment:

If any other item is inoperative, 14 CFR section 91.405 states that it shall be placarded as required by Sec. 43.11

Following scheduled inspections:

Aircraft shall have discrepancies repAired unless it is permitted to be in operative by 91.213

Maintenance personnel shall make appropriate entries in the Aircraft maintenance records indicating the Aircraft has been approved for return to service

Equipment impacting safety of flight must be repAired, but items that are not required may remain inoperative indefinitely provided they are appropriately placarded

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Questions for Aerospace Engineer and their Appropriate Answers Muskan Goyal HR Manager

Questions for Aerospace Engineer and their Appropriate Answers

Muskan Goyal 

 

Questions for Aerospace Engineer and their Appropriate Answers

Muskan Goyal 

HR Manager

#Aerospace engineering degree and work experience, sometimes knowing the most common aerospace engineer interview questions can make all the difference in being hired. Aerospace engineers do a lot of important work for our government and military, including developing small satellites and aircraft with better fuel economy and less noise pollution as well as designing projects aimed at better national defense. Individuals who want to join this field typically have the best chance of being hired when they can ace an interview and show pure potential, which can best be done by knowing some common interview questions.

1. What Are the Daily Responsibilities of an Aerospace Engineer?

The daily responsibilities of an aerospace engineer can vary from one industry to another. For the most part, aerospace engineers oversee the design and manufacture of aerospace products; evaluate designs, inspect damaged or malfunctioning parts, and analyze proposals to ensure they’re financially and technically feasible. It’s important that applicants understand and acknowledge that there are actually two branches in this field. One is astronautical engineering, and the other is aeronautical engineering. The applicant should also be aware of what the daily responsibilities might be for the specific job for which he or she is applying.

2. Why do You Want to Work for Us?

This is probably one of the most common interview questions, but it’s often used because this particular field of engineering is such a complex field. The employer wants to know that the applicant is interested not just in an aerospace engineer career but a career working for their company. They’ll want to know what made the applicant choose their company over all the other possible companies. It’ important that the applicant assures the employer that he or she wants a career with that company and assure them that he or she is looking for a long-term job.

3. What Do You Know About Our Company?

This is also a very common question, and the applicant should be prepared to answer it in great detail. Although having the aerospace engineering degree is important to the company, they also want to know that the applicant is not just applying to have a job but is aware of what type of company they’ll be working with. It’s important that an applicant researches the company and be familiar with what the company does, what they produce and any expectations they may have of their engineers.

4. What Made You Choose Aerospace Engineering?

Let’s face it, aerospace is not the most common career an individual could choose. It’s not every day you see aerospace engineers, so the employer is going to want to know why this person chose to work as an aerospace engineer. This career requires at least a bachelor’s degree, which includes at least four years of study. Depending on the job, the candidate may also be required to obtain a security clearance, so the applicant should be committed to this field and should be able to portray this to the potential employer.

5. How Important are Aerospace Engineers to Our Society?

A potential employer does not want an applicant trying to become an aerospace or aeronautical engineer because the pay is good. They want an individual who is familiar with the job and is committed to it. As long as we continue to have airports, airplanes and military aircraft, we will have the need for aerospace engineering and the professionals working in the field. They’re also used to create satellites used for weather reports, to send satellites into space, for environmental monitoring and research. A knowledgeable candidate will be able to say that it plays a very important role in society by developing and producing technology that’s used daily.

A 2018 report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates that Aerospace Engineers earned an average annual wage of $100,000. That and the fact that about 75,000 new jobs should be created in this field by 2026 makes this a career that’s highly regarded. Having the right answers to common aerospace engineer interview questions is an excellent way for applicants to give themselves an edge over the competition.

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An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), normally known as a drone, is an airplane with no human pilot, group or travelers ready. UAVs are a part of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS), which incorporate furthermore a ground-based regulator and an arrangement of correspondences with the UAV. The trip of UAVs might work under controller by a human administrator, as remotely-piloted aircraft  (RPA), or with different levels of self-sufficiency, like autopilot help, up to completely self-sufficient airplane that have no arrangement for human mediation. UAVs were initially evolved through the 20th century for military missions as well "dull, grimy or risky" for people. As control advances improved and costs fall, their utilization in the twenty-first century is quickly discovering a lot more applications. These incorporate elevated photography, item conveyances, farming, policing and reconnaissance, framework investigations, science, sneaking, and drone dashing.
An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is characterized as a "controlled, elevated vehicle that doesn't convey a human administrator, utilizes streamlined powers to give vehicle lift, can fly self-sufficiently or be directed distantly, can be disposable or recoverable, and can convey a deadly or nonlethal payload". UAV is a term that is ordinarily applied to military use cases. Anyway rockets with warheads are not viewed as UAVs in light of the fact that the actual vehicle is an ammo. In regard to this, the initialism is progressively being interpreted as meaning an Uncrewed Aerial Vehicle, anyway this phrasing has issues with proposed independent aeronautical cabs, which would convey travelers
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• Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports

• Reconcile bank statements

• Participate in financial audits

• Track bank deposits and payments

• Assist with budget preparation

• Review and implement financial policies


H R  Management Trainees

Job description

• Implement performance review procedures (e.g. quarterly/annual and 360° evaluations)

• Develop fair HR policies and ensure employees understand and comply with them

• Implement effective sourcing, screening and interviewing techniques

• Assess training needs and coordinate learning and development initiatives for all employees

• Monitor HR department’s Blogs and PPT

• Act as the point of contact regarding Training and Development issues

• Manage employees’ grievances

• Review current HR technology and recommend more effective software (including HRIS and ATS)

• Measure employee retention and turnover rates

• Oversee daily operations of the HR department


Operations Management Trainees

Job Description

• Operations Executive express their operations strategies and objectives to make sure that the company which they are working for reaches its target and operates effectively.

• Assisting various other higher executives and also the owner of the company or may be the company's Board Of Directors.

• They might also be given the responsibility for the complete operations of a small business.

• Professionals doing an Operations Executive job is largely responsible for that particular part of the workplace that instantly manages the entire operations and also looks after the maintenance of equipment and facilities.

• Has to report to various parts of the organization in which he or she works at like Chief Operations Officer, Facilities Executive etc but he or she normally has direct access to the higher management.

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