Aerounautical Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with wide scope for growth. This deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defense systems.
"The Department of Aeronautical Engineering is committed to foster the technical growth of students for an ever-changing society."
“The Department of Aeronautical Engineering provides a learning environment to the students for achieving intellectual and personal development for the next generation of Aeronautical Systems.”
Its specializes in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, space crafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles. An Aeronautical Engineering involves design and manufacturing of very high technologies systems, the job requires manual, technical as well as mechanical aptitude. An Aeronautical Engineer needs to be physically fit and fully dedicated to his/her work. One needs to be alert, has an eye for detail and should have a high level of mathematical precision to be successful. One should have the capability to ensure a level of quality to minimize the accident hazards of operations.
Eligibility : Pass in SSLC / 10th / ’O’ Level from any recognised Board or Council with an aggregate of 35% in Maths and Science.
Career Scope Aeronautical Engineers work with one of the most technologically advanced branches of engineering. The main thrust in this area is on design and development of aircrafts to space and satellite research. Companies such as HAL, NAL, Caps Gemini, Quest Bachal, Sono Vision, TCS, WIPRO, HCL etc are involved in aerospace sector in the areas of design, maintenance and operations for leading aerospace companies such as Air Bus, Boeing, Emerald Aviation.
Head of Department,
Department of Aeronautical Engineering, AP.
Department of Aeronautical Engineering, AP.
Hindustan Aviation Academy, Bangalore.
Dean & Head,
Department of Aeronautical Engineering, AIT.
Professor & Head,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, AIT.
Department of Automobile Engineering, AIT.
The educational objectives of a program are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program. The program educational objectives of Bachelor of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering can be broadly defined on four counts.1. Employable
To enable students to excel in the field of Aeronautical Engineering and achieve the competency to enhance their employability for the industry, research and academic sectors.2. Continuous Learning
To mould students to understand and comprehend problems of Aeronautical Engineering by applying basic principles & knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and also able to use modern engineering techniques, skills and tools to fulfill needs of the society.3. Professionalism
To nurture students to be sensitive to ethical, societal and environmental issues while conducting their professional work in multi-cultural corporation and organisation.4. Innovative
To enable students to bring innovation into solution of myriad problems through comprehension, design, analysis and development.
Program outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge and behavior. Graduation students of Bachelor of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering program at Acharya Institute of Technology will attain the following program outcomes.
1. The Aeronautical Engineering program must demonstrate knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of aircraft design and development, structural analysis of
aircraft, propulsion of aircraft and rocket engines, experimental and computational aerodynamics, control systems of aerospace equipment, sophisticated and structural
integrity of aircraft both small and large.
2. The program must demonstrate knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of physics or chemistry to aircraft systems and structures and fluid interaction in a rigorous mathematical environment at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry.
3. The program must demonstrate that graduates can analyze, design, and implement Aerodynamics, Structures of aircrafts, control and communication Systems and/or propulsion systems, and maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircrafts in general.
4. The program must demonstrate that graduates can apply project management techniques to the varieties of projects and programs in aviation sector in the aircraft design and development, aircraft structure and its engine design and manufacturing.
5. The program must demonstrate that graduates can utilize statistics/probability, transform methods, discrete mathematics or applied differential equations in support of aircraft structure and systems and its large and small engine programs and maintenance and repair of both engines and many components of engines.