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. 

Anshu Aggarwal

HR Manager

AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd

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