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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Info of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering

Astronautical engineering encompasses the dynamic and the other fields of advance science and space technology. Space is increasingly important for our economy and national security as well as exploration. Space engineer design and build rockets and missiles, space launches, communication and direct broadcasting satellites, space navigation system, remote sensing, space vehicles for human space spaceflight and planetary probe. They also operate earth orbiting space system from the ground control system.

The engineering is intellectually fit, and blending the science and engineering fundamentals with specialized astronautics knowledge. The graduates in these are prepared to join the space industry and government space research and development centers.

To get in the education of astronautical engineer, you typically need a degree in both engineering or a degree in mechanical engineering with a focused career option in an aerospace engineer.

The engineering enthusiasts who plan to major in aeronautical or astronautical engineering should have a solid background in the high school math and science stream subject. Students should also have a scientific curiosity on be both imaginative and analytical in their thought process.

Job duties of astronautical engineer

• Involves in participation in research and development programs
• Prepare technical report and other documentation such as handbooks or bulletins, for use by engineering staff
• Maintain detailed records relating to the equipment, materials, and performance
• Evaluate and modify existing designs by formulating mathematical models or applying computed based methods
• Plan and conduct environmental, experimental, or operational tests on existing models of aerospace systems.

Astronautical engineers are hired by organizations involved in the development and manufacturing of spacecraft and related equipment and components, such as satellites, weapons, and defense systems. They are also hired by aircraft and space agencies and executive agencies that focus on the scientific research and engineering projects.

They are typically required to be licensed as professional engineers, as their work affects public safety. To be licensed as a professional engineer, one needs to meet the following requirements

• A degree from an accredited engineering program
• Passing score on the fundamental of engineering
• Relevant work experience

Similarities between aeronautics and astronautical engineering

Both the engineering option investigate the aerodynamics, structural aspects, propulsion concepts and flight navigation and control but the major difference arises in the primary focus of each of the fields of aircraft and spacecraft. For example- the airplanes use the air in which they travel to generate lift but rocket encounters the air primarily as drag and at much higher speeds and for a relatively shorter span of “missile time”.

Different Sections of Civil Engineering

In this course the edifices are required to be planned, constructed and maintained. When design models are prepared and planned, then they are required to be implemented which is the course of action of this study. The administration of field work of the whole project is the working area of this study.

When transport facilities are planned, constructed and maintained, then it is the working area of Transportation Engineering. The whole concentration is laid down on the protected, comfy, easy, economical and environmental well-matched mode of transport. It comprises six sections and they are waterways, air, highway, aerospace, ocean, urban and coastal transportation.

In this course the interrelation and reaction of earth materials on the structure which is going to be constructed, are studied and analyzed. The foundation, bearing capacities and soil are taken into account.

Water Resource
It comprises the construction and design of structures related to water such that canals, dams and water distribution system. To implement and taking safety precautions in relation to the design of the structures is the working area of this education.

This branch deals with the survey of field area and prepares a plan and design model of the building before construction. Different instruments are used for such a purpose.

This education deals with urban government so as to plan and manage the implementation and design of buildings of towns. Its engineers work with government officials belonging to municipality.

It deals with that designs and projects which has full compatibility with the environment. It comprises the study of the effects of pollution, resolution and sewage management of buildings. It provides ways to establish the compatibility between environment, designs and projects.

This course works on marine and coastal edifices by including embankments. It carries out that learning process in which it is ensured that whether the erecting of edifice takes place properly or not, even they lay emphasis on the fact that the edifice is not agitating the coastal regions.

Final Year Engineering Students

Collect References:

All that you need to keep in mind is that the topic you choose must be reachable to the audience. Make sure there are literature works available to refer. It is advisable not to refer textbooks or periodicals or journals. The academic based literature adds value to your project. Indian Universities prefer IEEE/Science Direct/ACM publications as valid reference base. Colleges affiliated to Anna University accept IEEE as reference work. At times universities refuse conference papers as reference work when it comes to M.E students.

Students are expected to be exposed to practical works than just sticking to the literature work. So the universities expect the paper works to be an enhancement of the reference work and not just a theoretical improvisation of the base paper. For technologies like MatLab/NS2/VLSI/Embedded C/Java/J2EE/Dot Net candidates should choose a company which train and help in implementing the paper work.

Spend your valuable time wisely:

You need to be well prepared to manage your time and spend several hours in academic libraries to search for good reference works. Google is always there in reach but remember that not all the articles are under quality control and they might be too journalistic which cannot help you with academic writing.

Make a plan of the chapter:

One form of representing your work is like the below.

• Introduction

• Literature review

• Updating/applying new research

• Recent developments

• Case study/small survey

• Conclusion

You need to read a lot around the chosen subject and make an initial plan and progress accordingly. Your initial plan will keep changing as you do more research works. So keep revising your plan chart. Do remember that it is just a tentative plan in this stage. You will be asked to provide your initial copy of the plan on the first substantive meeting.

You may not do all the reading before you actually start the writing. Read enough to just write the literature review and then start with a target of 500 to 1000 words per day and you will see a progress in your work.

Use Academic Projects to your advantage:

Most of the interviews are around your projects. It is so to check your practical skills. So your project gives you an opportunity to excel during the time of interview. Be honest with your academic project and make the best out of it.

Engineering Colleges in Haryana

1. National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra

NIT, Kurukshetra is government established engineering institute that provides undergraduate, post-graduate programmes in Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy programme in Humanities, Engineering and Sciences. It is one of the 31 NITs in the country.

Academics – The college provides four-year undergraduate programmes in several fields. It also offers post-graduate courses in the similar fields. Besides that, it also provides Ph.D. research programmes in various fields of science, humanities and engineering. It also offers MBA.

Admissions – Admission to the undergraduate courses is through JEE Main. Admission to post-graduate courses depends upon the course:

· Master of technology – through GATE score

· Master of Business Administration – though CAT/JMET followed by GD-PI

· Master of Computer Application – through NIMCET score

The Institute is ranked 10th among all the NITs in the country.

2. YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad

Established in 1969, started as an Indo-German project, YMCA University of Science and Technology is an autonomous institution of engineering.

Academics – The university offers undergraduate four-year programmes in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Technology and various other fields. It also provides two-year M.Tech programme and MBA.

Admissions – Anyone who wishes to join any of the above mentioned courses in engineering needs to appear foe JEE. Admission will take place on the basis of JEE score.

For MBA, the admission is on the basis of CAT/MAT but first class engineering graduates will also be considered.

3. University Institute of Engineering and Technology Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

The UIET Maharshi Dayanand University was established in 2005 with the aim of providing high quality education in engineering and technology.

Academics – The college provides four-year courses in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biotechnology, and various other fields. It also provides M. Tech in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electronics Communication Engineering, etc.

Admissions- Admission to B. tech is through JEE-Main score and Admission to the M. Tech courses is through GATE score and also through institute conducted separate test.