Aerospace Engineering

Engineering [Bachelor of Technology]

Aerospace engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. It is divided into two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.

Aeronautical engineering deals with the aircraft ( the engineer handles the aircraft that remain within the earth atmosphere for example airplanes and helicopters). while Astronautical engineering deals with the aircraft that is outside the earth atmosphere, rockets and satellites are its few example)

Course Curriculum

Year 1

Engineering Maths

Engineering Chemistry and Lab

Material Science and Lab

Basic Electronics and Lab

Basic Thermodynamics

Engineering Graphics

Engineering Physics and lab

Engineering Mechanics and Lab

Communication Skills and Lab

Computer Fundamental and Programming and Lab

Year 2

Differential Equations

Introduction to Electrical and Electronics Circuits

Introduction to Engineering Design

Solid Mechanics

Introduction to Numerical Analysis

Thermodynamics

Fluid Mechanics

Aerospace Structural Mechanics

Modeling and Simulation Laboratory

Year 3

Control Theory

Propulsion

Aerodynamics and Lab

Philosophy/ Psychology/Literature/Sociology

Controls Systems Laboratory

Structures Laboratory

Flight mechanics

Spaceflight Mechanics

Engineering Design Optimization

Aircraft Propulsion Laboratory

Year 4

Aircraft Design

Environmental Studies

Aircraft Design Laboratory

Dissertation


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Specialization

The aerospace engineer has a lot of option when compare to another stream of engineering.

 

Given below are the various specializations of aerospace engineering :

 

  1. Electronic System
  2. Aerospace Propulsion
  3. Ground Vehicle Systems
  4. Aircraft Structures and Materials
  5. Structural Analysis
  6. Transportation Systems
  7. Aerodynamics and Fluid Dynamics
  8. Structural Design and Engineering
  9. Instrumentation And Communication
  10. Navigational Guidance and Control Systems

 

Some of the Top colleges offering Aerospace engineering are:

 

 

Eligibility

The students can opt for Aerospace engineering under Undergraduate, post graduate and diploma level.

 

  • For Undergraduate level students have to opt for B.tech/B.E program.
  • For Postgraduate level, M.tech/M.E is required and
  • For Diploma level 10th qualifying marks are necessary.

 

Eligibility for B.tech/B.E: Candidate should have paased10+2 with PCM from any board with 50% above marks.

Entrance exam like JEE Main is required in this case.

 

Eligibility for M.tech/M.E: Candidate should be B.tech pass from any university with above 50% marks.

For M.tech admission, GATE exam is required.

Average Fees (In Lacs  )

Year wise Fees Bifurcation

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Third Year
Fourth Year

Average Fees by Location

4.2 L Uttar Pradesh
3.9 L Haryana
3.8 L Rajasthan
3.4 L Karnataka

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