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Aeronautical Engineering Degrees

This field of engineering is concerned with the interaction between bodies and the atmosphere, and the study of the resulting forces and motion of objects through the atmosphere. Studying aerodynamics includes subjects such as aerodynamic design, compressible flow, flow control, flow measurement, power control, structural design and fluid dynamics.

You’ll learn how to use wind tunnels and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for aerodynamic modelling, build scale models and carry out flight testing. You’ll also learn about flow control and assessment, engine and experimental aerodynamics, transonic flow, hypersonic and high temperature gas dynamics and launch and re-entry aerodynamics.

As the search for aerodynamic refinement and performance optimization for the next generation of aircraft is likely continue, the need for engineers with specialist knowledge of fluid flow behavior will always be prevalent. Also, increasing environmental awareness means there is an even greater emphasis on aerodynamic refinement in elements such as flight control and flight dynamic aspects.

The field of aeroelasticity is the study of the interaction of inertial, structural/elastic and aerodynamic forces on aircraft, buildings and surface vehicles, and the influence of this study on design. Drawing upon aspects of previous introductory courses such as dynamics, structures, mathematics and aerodynamics, you’ll be introduced to aeroelastic concepts such as ‘the flexible aircraft’ and control reversal, divergence, flutter, limit cycle oscillations and vortex shedding.

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