Aerospace engineering, as popularly quoted, is mechanical engineering done better. Here, engineering design and analysis are more precise using advanced materials. Manufacturing is always through the most advanced technologies that invariably focus on closer tolerances. With the explosive growth in civil aviation, satellite communications and space exploration, the demand for aerospace engineers is simply incalculable.
=> B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
=> M.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering
=> M.S. in Aerospace Engineering
=> Ph.D Aerospace Engineering
Research efforts are in progress in the areas of boundary layer theory, flow past high-rise and low-rise buildings and industrial structures. Fuel injection and atomization processes, and computational fluid dynamics in fluidized bed combustion, ramjets, and Fuel cells are some of the research topics currently under progress.
Graduates in Aerospace Engineering can seek employment in civil aviation, defense R&D laboratories, space research organizations, and CSIR laboratories. Aerospace graduates are also preferred by software industries engaged in engineering-software developments. In addition to these, graduates can enter general fields like management and civil services. Those having a flair for higher education and research can pursue M. Tech. and Ph.D.
=> A computational fluid dynamics laboratory with standard software has been established
=> A subsonic research wind tunnel with hot wire anemometer, pressure scanner and precision manometers is available
=> A full-fledged aerospace structural mechanics laboratory is under development
=> The associated laboratories such as CAD Lab, Dynamics Lab, Metrology Lab, and Metallurgy Lab in the sister departments of the school are made available to students
=> Supersonic Windtunnel (Mach 2.5 to 3.5)
=> Blower Tunnel
=> Jet Tunnel
=> Water flow channel for flow visualization
=> Air bus simulator
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