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Menojh Jeyakumar

on 10 February 2013

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Aeronautical Engineering By:Menojh.J Technological Design What Career? Fundamental Concepts Working with Others Why not any other engineering job Team Work (B.B.T) Well, I've always loved the look of fighter jets and have always thought what they can do is cool;
One on One jet fights, shooting missiles, taking down ships and blowing stuff up! Working with others is important because companies usually have teams of people designing and evaluating aircraft. So if people do not get along the aircraft may not function properly. http://www.upwallpapers.net/f-35-stealth-fighter-aircraft/ Using technology, such as software to make blueprints or plans for the intended structure or object meant to be created. For example the blueprints of a building or a car. People who mainly work this field are engineers. http://www.the-blueprints.com/blueprints/modernplanes/general-dynamics/27971/view/general_dynamics_f-16c_block_52/ The field I want to work in is the Aerospace industry, which is basically related to the design and manufacturing of any object that can travel in the atmosphere; such as Fighter Jets, Space shuttles, and Missiles. The Specific Career? More specifically I want to become an Aeronautic engineer, aeronautic engineers are people who use principles in science and technology to design, manufacture and maintain Commercial and Military aircraft. According to CanadaVisa.com, the starting salary is from $63,106 - $74 437. But people who have more than 5 years of experience start making $100,000+. http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-47197615/stock-vector-old-stamp-seal-with-the-inscription-aviation.html The Path to Success bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering, or in a similar engineering course for example mechanical engineering or engineering physics.
A masters degree would be helpful and may be required as well.
Licensing by a provincial or territorial association of professional engineers is mandatory in order to validate/approve engineering drawings and reports and to be a Professional Engineer
Graduate from an known and certified educational program in order to register; you also need three or four years of supervised work experience in engineering and need to pass a professional practice examination.
In Order to get to higher levels more field experience is needed. According to Government of Canada: http://catalyticconversations.blogspot.ca/2011/07/pathways-to-possibility.html http://science.howstuffworks.com/mikoyan-guryevich-mig-21.htm Two Fundamental Concepts that relate to aeronautics are Innovation and Function Innovation The reason why innovation is related to Aeronautical Engineering is because, if people were not innovative and creative in their ideas and thoughts, we may have not seen Aircraft in the first place. For example stealth fighter jets, if the Nazi's were not innovative enough to create the first stealth fighter jet: Horton 229, America, China and Russia probably wouldn't be developing and producing them. Illustration: http://www.oocities.org/lastdingo/aviation/ho229.htm Only
Copy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Horten_Ho_229_Smithsonian_rear.jpg Function The Reason why Function is important is because if aircraft were not created to fly it serves no purpose, or if an aircraft does not perform properly it will not be bought by anybody. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Military/2011/0322/American-F-15-crashes-in-Libya-a-reminder-of-mission-s-potential-costs Essential Skills Two essential Skills are computer use and working with others. Computer Use Using computers is relevant to aeronautical engineering because now a day's many of the designing is done using software on computers, so if people don't know how to use certain software or the computer in general they may not get the job. http://www.flickr.com/photos/worldbank/7556691542/ http://www.contentrules.com/blog/why-cant-we-be-friends/attachment/working-together-small/ Work Habits Two work habits are Team work and Reliability Team work is relevant as one engineer can't just make an aircraft on his own he needs the help and Ideas of others. http://www.larrylittle.ca/2012/10/24/teamwork-part-4/ Reliability When being an Aeronautical Engineer or an engineer in general you must be extremely accurate in your calculations as small mistakes can lead to big problems from the death of a test pilot to the loss of a war. http://www.clker.com/clipart-2424.html Thank you for watching
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