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    published: 10 Mar 2017
  • What is The Future of Aerospace?

    The world has been abuzz with news that we may be getting closer to commercial space travel. But what really is the future of aerospace?

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company Promo Vid

    The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company N.V. (EADS) was a global pan-European aerospace and defence corporation that operated 20002013, and was registered in the Netherlands. The group included Airbus which manufactured commercial aircraft, Airbus Military which manufactured tanker, transport and mission aircraft; Eurocopter, the world's largest helicopter supplier; Astrium, provided systems for aerial, land, naval and civilian security applications including Ariane, Galileo and Cassidian. Through Cassidian, EADS was a partner in the Eurofighter consortium as well as in the missile systems provider MBDA. EADS was formed on 10 July 2000 by the merger of Aérospatiale-Matra, DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA), and Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA (CASA). The company developed and m...

    published: 10 Jan 2015
  • Aerospace Engineering – Its Career, Scope and Growth Prospects, B.Tech, M.Tech

    Get the latest interview tips,Job notifications,top MNC openings,placement papers and many more only at Freshersworld.com(www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube). One of the most challenging areas of engineering, Aerospace Engineering deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space and defense systems. Aerospace Engineering involves design and manufacturing of hi-tech systems, hence the engineer requires possessing manual, technical and mechanical ability. This discipline specializes in designing, construction, development, testing and maintenance of commercial and military aircrafts and spacecrafts. Aerospace Engineering is categorized into two branches – Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautical Engineering. Aeronautical Engineering specializes in aircrafts, miss...

    published: 03 Apr 2017
  • CADAMADRID Aeronautic & Space

    Precisión de futuro. Nuestro trabajo sigue los estándares de calidad más exigentes del sector, fabricando componentes de alta ingeniería para la industria aeronáutica y aeroespacial.

    published: 14 Nov 2017
  • Aerospace Engineers -- What is it?

    Aerospace Engineering is the field of engineering surrounding the science, design, construction, development and testing of aircraft and space craft. The field of Aerospace Engineering can be divided into two major subfields: aeronautical and aerospace. In other words, Aerospace Engineers can work on projects intended for this atmosphere, or, for deployment in outer space. In addition to designing aircraft, Aerospace Engineers also develop satellites, missile systems, propulsion systems, high-tech Unmanned Air Vehicles, and even software. Learn more about this exciting STEM career by viewing the profile video below. To learn more about this great project, or, how to order DVD copies of the videos please visit STEM Career Lab: http://stemcareerlab.org/

    published: 19 Mar 2014
  • Speaking of the Future: Advanced Aeronautics

    The story of aviation has always been the story of people who have the courage to fail, to try again, and to one day succeed. And the passion to advance aeronautical design through innovative solutions is ingrained in our culture.

    published: 24 Feb 2014
  • Aerospace Industry Demands Accurate, Fast and Reliable Simulation Technology

    http://ansys.com/Industries/Aerospace+&+Defense The modern aircraft is an engineering marvel. The epitome of a smart system. An intricate balance of hardware and software technologies operating across extreme environments. Performing safely, reliably and predictably. Performing...as PROMISED. To reach this level of performance, the aerospace industry demands accurate... fast... and reliable simulation technology supported by scalable and cost effective IT solutions that leverage high performance computing... as well as cloud... and mobile technology to empower robust design methodologies offered in an integrated multiphysics environment allowing aerospace engineers to collaborate across disciplines... departments... and even continents. Aerospace has led the way with simulation-drive...

    published: 01 Jul 2013
  • What is Aerospace Engineering? (Aeronautics)

    Astronautics Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbsYELrhvks In this video I go over aerospace engineering, specifically the aeronautics concentration. Aeronautical engineers can work on planes, helicopters, and fighter jets, all the way to boats and cars. Anything that involves aerodynamics is something you could see an aerospace engineer working on. Just like astronautics, aeronautics can be broken up into different subfields including aerodynamics, propulsion, controls and stability, and structures. In the video I discuss what kind of topics you will see in the various concentrations. Realize that aerospace engineering is a math heavy major but may have a wider range of career options than you may realize. *************************************************** ► For more inform...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Aerospace Vs Mechanical Engineering - How to Pick the Right Major

    Aerospace and mechanical engineering are often a common toss up for students because these majors are so similar. The classes you take for both these disciplines are extremely similar. As an aerospace engineer you will take more specific classes such as aerodynamics and propulsion, whereas mechanical engineers will take general fluid mechanics and thermodynamics that cover a wider range of applications. They also both take classes in structures, controls, vibrations, circuits, and more. In terms of careers, aerospace engineers usually go into the aerospace industry and work on air or spacecrafts. But remember they can also work in the automotive industry, petroleum, boats, trains, and more. However, mechanical engineers typically have a wider range of career options because they can go i...

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Photonic Sensors for Dual Optical Technologies for Aeronautic/Space/Defence & Security applications

    EPIC organizes regularly B2B roundtable which are on invitation only, we have SMEs present their 7 minutes elevator-pitch on technologies (not prototypes and not off-the-shelf products) and the intended audience are large integrators looking for new technologies. You can see the list of companies on the video. PRESENTERS • Didier SAUVAGE, CTO from 3S Photonics (France) on the topic of 'Wind, telemetry, LIDAR Imaging' • Hugues TARIEL, CEO from Diafir (France) on the topic of 'Mid InfraRed fiberoptic sensor' • Frédéric BERIER, General Manager from Evosens (France) on the topic of 'Variable liquid cristal lens for autofocus and image stabilisation' • David ASSOUS, Sales Project Manager from IDIL (France) on the topic of 'Photonic Doppler Velocimeter for shocks physic applications' • Victor...

    published: 22 Nov 2012
  • Top 3 Space Agencies You've Never Heard Of

    The US and Russia are hardly the only big names in space exploration. Right now more countries than ever are making their way to space. Trace looks at which countries are joining up to become interstellar explorers and where they're headed. Read More: India's First Mars Mission Launches Flawlessly on Historic Journey to the Red Planet http://www.universetoday.com/106127/indias-first-mars-mission-launches-flawlessly-on-historic-journey-to-the-red-planet/ "India flawlessly launched its first ever mission to Mars today (Nov. 5) to begin a history making ten month long interplanetary voyage to the Red Planet that's aimed at studying the Martian atmosphere and searching for methane after achieving orbit." Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency http://www.jaxa.jp/index_e.html "On October 1, 2...

    published: 09 Nov 2013
  • Difference Between Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering

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    published: 20 Feb 2016
  • 1 17 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering I 17 Flight mechanics lecture 1 Introduction

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  • MIT AeroAstro - Space Systems Laboratory - Building Systems for Space from Design to Operation

    As America's oldest and most respected university aerospace program, MIT Aereoastro’s vision is to enable novel aerospace and aerospace-related systems through education and research, as well as to use these systems to inspire future generations of engineers - with the ultimate aim of stimulating and maintaining excitement about aeronautics amongst generations to come. MIT Aeroastro’s Space Systems Laboratory exemplifies this vision. Its mission is twofold: to build state of the art systems from the ground up for use in space; and to revolutionize the way engineering is taught, from grade school level all the way to post-grad. Since its inception in 1995, MIT SSL has been consistently successful, with at least a 1/3 of its projects making it into space. With expertise in structural dynami...

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Rise Above: A New Generation of Aeronautics Research (Full Documentary)

    Rise Above follows a team of UK College of Engineering faculty and students pushing the boundaries of engineering and mathematics to new levels. The documentary opens as a group of senior engineering students begin their attempt to design and build a remote controlled aircraft capable of speeds up to 100 miles per hour to collect research data. As the story follows their yearlong attempt to fly this research plane, we meet other students who, along with their faculty mentors, are creating new solutions for practical problems in aeronautics. The film features engineering faculty including Suzanne Weaver Smith, Sean Bailey, Jesse Hoagg, and Michael Siegler, along with graduate students Mark Miller, John Calhoun and B.J. Wellman.

    published: 05 Feb 2014
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    published: 13 Sep 2017
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What is Aerospace Engineering? (Astronautics)
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What is Aerospace Engineering? (Astronautics)

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Aeronautics Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHfI5JbiWhE In this video I discuss "What is aerospace engineering?" The aerospace engineering major can be broken up into two main branches, aeronautics and astronautics. This video will focus on astronautics which is the design of things that will go into space. Aerospace engineering students will all take the same classes in the beginning of college, then branch off into their respective concentration probably in their third year. Students in aerospace engineering will learn about many subsystems and components of a spacecraft including propulsion, guidance and navigation, thermal, attitude determination and control, and more. Undergrad will give you knowledge in all these topics but you will not be an expert in one. If you want to go into design work you may want to pursue a master's degree or you need to work your way up at your job. For those who are debating between aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering then be aware mechanical engineers have much more job opportunity. Mechanical engineers can work on spacecrafts but can also apply their knowledge to lots of other sectors, whereas aerospace engineers would focus solely on spacecrafts. *************************************** For information on math, science, and engineering majors, check us out at https://majorprep.com *************************************** ►Patreon: https://patreon.com/majorprep ►PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/majorprep ►Facebook: https://facebook.com/majorprep
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What is The Future of Aerospace?
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What is The Future of Aerospace?

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The world has been abuzz with news that we may be getting closer to commercial space travel. But what really is the future of aerospace?
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European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company Promo Vid
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European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company Promo Vid

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The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company N.V. (EADS) was a global pan-European aerospace and defence corporation that operated 20002013, and was registered in the Netherlands. The group included Airbus which manufactured commercial aircraft, Airbus Military which manufactured tanker, transport and mission aircraft; Eurocopter, the world's largest helicopter supplier; Astrium, provided systems for aerial, land, naval and civilian security applications including Ariane, Galileo and Cassidian. Through Cassidian, EADS was a partner in the Eurofighter consortium as well as in the missile systems provider MBDA. EADS was formed on 10 July 2000 by the merger of Aérospatiale-Matra, DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA), and Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA (CASA). The company developed and marketed civil and military aircraft, as well as communications systems, missiles, space rockets, satellites, and related systems. In 2012, the EADS generated revenues of €56.48 billion and employed 143,358 personnel. In January 2014, EADS was reorganised as Airbus Group, with three divisions (Airbus, Airbus Defence & Space, and Airbus Helicopters.)
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Aerospace Engineering – Its Career, Scope and Growth Prospects, B.Tech, M.Tech
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Aerospace Engineering – Its Career, Scope and Growth Prospects, B.Tech, M.Tech

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Get the latest interview tips,Job notifications,top MNC openings,placement papers and many more only at Freshersworld.com(www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube). One of the most challenging areas of engineering, Aerospace Engineering deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space and defense systems. Aerospace Engineering involves design and manufacturing of hi-tech systems, hence the engineer requires possessing manual, technical and mechanical ability. This discipline specializes in designing, construction, development, testing and maintenance of commercial and military aircrafts and spacecrafts. Aerospace Engineering is categorized into two branches – Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautical Engineering. Aeronautical Engineering specializes in aircrafts, missiles and helicopters. On the contrary, Astronautical Engineering includes space shuttles, rockets and space stations. WHAT ARE THE AVAILABLE COURSES IN THIS BRANCH? An engineering aspirant with a strong interest in Aerospace branch can undertake the following courses available in the top colleges of India.Aircraft Maintenance Engineering • Bachelor of Science in Aircraft EngineeringBachelor of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering • Master of Science in Aircraft Engineering • Master of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering • Master of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering • Doctor of Philosophy in Aeronautical Engineering • Post Graduate Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering WHAT ARE THE WORK DESIGNATIONS OFFERED? Aerospace Engineers are generally appointed as Consultants, Thermal Design Engineers, Mechanical Design Engineers, Aerospace Technologist, Aircraft Production Manager, Assistant Technical Officers, Aerospace Design Checker and Graduate Engineer Trainees. An Aerospace Engineer can work in private or public companies. The degree holders are acquired by many big firms both in India and abroad. WHAT ARE THE JOB OPPORTUNITIES? As an Aerospace Engineer it is utmost crucial to decide your interest – whether you would be interested in Aeronautical Engineering or Astronautical Engineering. Both the branches have excellent job opportunities. Job opportunities for these engineers are available in Airlines, Air Force, Corporate Research Companies, Defence Ministry, Helicopter Companies, Aviation Companies, NASA and many others. Increasing popularity of air travel and space exploration require expertise to design and maintain improvements. Looking at heightening growth rate, the demand for smart and create Aerospace Engineers is only going to increase in the near future. Some of the top recruiters in this space are Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Defense Research and Development Laboratories (DRDO), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Civil Aviation Department, Air India, India Space Research Organization (ISRO) and others. WHAT IS THE SALARY RANGE? The average salary of an Aerospace Engineer is INR 35, 000 to INR 40,000 per month. The maximum salary offered to an Aerospace Engineer graduated from IITs is INR 15 lakhs per annum Download our app today to manage recruitment when ever and where ever you want : Link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freshersworld.jobs&hl=en ***Disclaimer: This is just a training video for candidates and recruiters. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective organizations. The Preparation tips and tricks are an indicative generalized information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect promotion of the respective Groups or organizations.
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CADAMADRID Aeronautic & Space
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CADAMADRID Aeronautic & Space

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Precisión de futuro. Nuestro trabajo sigue los estándares de calidad más exigentes del sector, fabricando componentes de alta ingeniería para la industria aeronáutica y aeroespacial.
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Aerospace Engineers -- What is it?
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Aerospace Engineers -- What is it?

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Aerospace Engineering is the field of engineering surrounding the science, design, construction, development and testing of aircraft and space craft. The field of Aerospace Engineering can be divided into two major subfields: aeronautical and aerospace. In other words, Aerospace Engineers can work on projects intended for this atmosphere, or, for deployment in outer space. In addition to designing aircraft, Aerospace Engineers also develop satellites, missile systems, propulsion systems, high-tech Unmanned Air Vehicles, and even software. Learn more about this exciting STEM career by viewing the profile video below. To learn more about this great project, or, how to order DVD copies of the videos please visit STEM Career Lab: http://stemcareerlab.org/
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Speaking of the Future:  Advanced Aeronautics
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Speaking of the Future: Advanced Aeronautics

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The story of aviation has always been the story of people who have the courage to fail, to try again, and to one day succeed. And the passion to advance aeronautical design through innovative solutions is ingrained in our culture.
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Aerospace Industry Demands Accurate, Fast and Reliable Simulation Technology
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Aerospace Industry Demands Accurate, Fast and Reliable Simulation Technology

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http://ansys.com/Industries/Aerospace+&+Defense The modern aircraft is an engineering marvel. The epitome of a smart system. An intricate balance of hardware and software technologies operating across extreme environments. Performing safely, reliably and predictably. Performing...as PROMISED. To reach this level of performance, the aerospace industry demands accurate... fast... and reliable simulation technology supported by scalable and cost effective IT solutions that leverage high performance computing... as well as cloud... and mobile technology to empower robust design methodologies offered in an integrated multiphysics environment allowing aerospace engineers to collaborate across disciplines... departments... and even continents. Aerospace has led the way with simulation-driven design processes amplified through automation... customization... and a seamless user experience empowering engineers of ALL experience levels to truly extend the boundaries of innovative design. They have trusted the most advanced simulation tools for both single physics and full mechatronic system modeling. Tools that are accurate... fast.... AND reliable The technology, vision and strategy of ANSYS stand alone as the leading provider of critical modeling and robust simulation solutions for the aerospace industry. Enabling our customers to consistently realize their product promise. (pick up) Enabling you to realize your product promise. How exactly does the aerospace industry rely on ANSYS simulations? In more ways than you would think. Today, fuel and environmental performance have become mission-critical in our industry. Starting with engine performance, ANSYS provides critical simulation best practices in the areas of flow path aerodynamics... aeromechanics... thermal design and combustion processes. Specific solutions include stress and modal analysis... heat transfer for high temperature operation... rotor dynamics... compressor aerodynamics... and turbine aerodynamics and blade row aeromechanics. In reducing the weight of the aircraft, ANSYS provides simulation capabilities for advanced composite materials that are faster than traditional methods and allow for thermal and electrical properties to address the challenge of multifunctional composites. ANSYS continues to participate in industry leading consortia to advance aerodynamic design. A portfolio of coupled physics enables multi-disciplinary optimization to deliver higher fidelity understanding of aircraft performance throughout the flight envelope. With the increase of electronic systems, ANSYS is focused on providing simulation best practices for electric machine design... antenna design... mechatronics... and thermal management. We recognize that with more electronic systems comes the dramatic rise in the number of embedded software lines of code. Through the SCADE family of products ANSYS provides software that delivers FAA certified embedded code that is automatically generated. This can reduce the overall time to deliver certified code by 50% compared with manual or non-certified code generation methods. Beyond performance, passenger safety and comfort are paramount concerns for any airline. Whether it's for icing... blade impact and damage... bird strike... lightning strike... or crashworthiness... ANSYS provides a portfolio of technology to support the development of the safest aircraft. As a member of the Cabin Air Reformative Environment or (CARE) consortium, ANSYS is using modeling and simulation to improve the in-cabin air quality and control the spread of disease in flight. ANSYS also provides a suite of aeroacoustic and vibroacoustic solvers to significantly reduce noise... comply with industry regulations... and improve the passenger experience. Highly complex. Intricately interconnected - the modern aircraft is a smart system unlike any other. Requiring the most advanced hardware and software system simulation technologies available. Simulation-driven solutions provided by ANSYS specifically for the aerospace industry enable you to realize your product promise.
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What is Aerospace Engineering? (Aeronautics)
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What is Aerospace Engineering? (Aeronautics)

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Astronautics Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbsYELrhvks In this video I go over aerospace engineering, specifically the aeronautics concentration. Aeronautical engineers can work on planes, helicopters, and fighter jets, all the way to boats and cars. Anything that involves aerodynamics is something you could see an aerospace engineer working on. Just like astronautics, aeronautics can be broken up into different subfields including aerodynamics, propulsion, controls and stability, and structures. In the video I discuss what kind of topics you will see in the various concentrations. Realize that aerospace engineering is a math heavy major but may have a wider range of career options than you may realize. *************************************************** ► For more information on math, science, and engineering majors, check us out at https://majorprep.com *************************************************** ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/majorprep ► PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/majorprep ► Facebook: https://facebook.com/majorprep
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Aerospace Vs Mechanical Engineering - How to Pick the Right Major
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Aerospace Vs Mechanical Engineering - How to Pick the Right Major

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Aerospace and mechanical engineering are often a common toss up for students because these majors are so similar. The classes you take for both these disciplines are extremely similar. As an aerospace engineer you will take more specific classes such as aerodynamics and propulsion, whereas mechanical engineers will take general fluid mechanics and thermodynamics that cover a wider range of applications. They also both take classes in structures, controls, vibrations, circuits, and more. In terms of careers, aerospace engineers usually go into the aerospace industry and work on air or spacecrafts. But remember they can also work in the automotive industry, petroleum, boats, trains, and more. However, mechanical engineers typically have a wider range of career options because they can go into HVAC, alternative energy, biomedical, manufacturing, and much more. Overall if you know you want to work with aircrafts and spacecrafts, then consider aerospace engineering. If you are not totally sure what you are interested in going into, then consider mechanical engineering. What is Aeronautical Engineering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHfI5JbiWhE What is Astronautical Engineering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbsYELrhvks Mechanical Engineering Concentrations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7LBKpksyS8 *************************************************** ► For more information on math, science, and engineering majors, check us out at https://majorprep.com *************************************************** ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/majorprep ► PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/majorprep ► Facebook: https://facebook.com/majorprep
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Photonic Sensors for Dual Optical Technologies for Aeronautic/Space/Defence & Security applications
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Photonic Sensors for Dual Optical Technologies for Aeronautic/Space/Defence & Security applications

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EPIC organizes regularly B2B roundtable which are on invitation only, we have SMEs present their 7 minutes elevator-pitch on technologies (not prototypes and not off-the-shelf products) and the intended audience are large integrators looking for new technologies. You can see the list of companies on the video. PRESENTERS • Didier SAUVAGE, CTO from 3S Photonics (France) on the topic of 'Wind, telemetry, LIDAR Imaging' • Hugues TARIEL, CEO from Diafir (France) on the topic of 'Mid InfraRed fiberoptic sensor' • Frédéric BERIER, General Manager from Evosens (France) on the topic of 'Variable liquid cristal lens for autofocus and image stabilisation' • David ASSOUS, Sales Project Manager from IDIL (France) on the topic of 'Photonic Doppler Velocimeter for shocks physic applications' • Victor TOMASHOV, CEO from IKO Science (Estonia) on the topic of 'Detection and analysis of static and dynamic signals from Ultra Violet to Infra-Red, including very low signal intensity.' • Patrice CROCHET, Sales Director from IXFiber (France) on the topic of 'Photonic Sensors for Sensing in Harsh Environments' • Guido Giuliani, CTO from JULIGHT (Italy) on the topic of 'high-temperature laser vibrometer optical head' • David ANDRE, Engineer from Laser Components (France) on the topic of 'Sensor product, Avalanche photodiodes ' • Etienne DEMEOCQ , Founder & CEO from Texys (France) on the topic of 'Fiber Optic Pyrometer' • Gary Sinclair, Key Account Manager - European Aerospace & Defence at Gooch & Housego (UK) on the topics of 'Fiber Optics Components & Modular Assemblies for Sensing Applications' For more information: EPIC Membership Video: http://youtu.be/8IL0S4510AQ EPIC Brochure: http://www.epic-assoc.com/sources/pdf/epicmembershipbrochure2012.pdf EPIC Website: www.epic-assoc.com
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Top 3 Space Agencies You've Never Heard Of
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Top 3 Space Agencies You've Never Heard Of

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The US and Russia are hardly the only big names in space exploration. Right now more countries than ever are making their way to space. Trace looks at which countries are joining up to become interstellar explorers and where they're headed. Read More: India's First Mars Mission Launches Flawlessly on Historic Journey to the Red Planet http://www.universetoday.com/106127/indias-first-mars-mission-launches-flawlessly-on-historic-journey-to-the-red-planet/ "India flawlessly launched its first ever mission to Mars today (Nov. 5) to begin a history making ten month long interplanetary voyage to the Red Planet that's aimed at studying the Martian atmosphere and searching for methane after achieving orbit." Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency http://www.jaxa.jp/index_e.html "On October 1, 2003, the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), the National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan (NAL) and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) were merged into one independent administrative institution to be able to perform all their activities in the aerospace field as one organization, from basic research and development to utilization." How can poor countries afford space programmes? http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/11/economist-explains-0 "ON NOVEMBER 5th or at some point in the following weeks India's space organisation, ISRO, will launch a rocket carrying a small, unmanned spacecraft, the Mangalyaan ("Mars vehicle"). By the end of the month, the orbiter is set to stretch its solar wings and begin anine-month trip to Mars." De l'Espace Pour la Terre http://cnes.photonpro.net/cnes/ThemeVisuCS.do?SearchMode=visu_thssth_branch&sw0=267&Param0=ThssTh&selToStore=2&HistoLabel=Histoire+&visuCour=ThemePC ISS Expedition 38/39 Mission "A Journey to Infinity" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpcYUrQ3RcU&feature=c4-overview&list=UUfMIdADo6FQayQCOkLYGhrQ "JAXA astronaut, Koichi Wakata will embark on his second long-duration stay on the International Space Station (ISS). He will fulfill an important role as the commander of the ISS." Watch More: Jellyfish in Space http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmHvD6d-cYU TestTube Wild Card: http://testtube.com/dnews/dnews-341-smart-guitar-makes-anyone-a-musician?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=DNews&utm_campaign=DNWC Simulating Space on Earth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NysSacfSpC0 ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni on Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez on Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews on Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com
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Difference Between Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
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Difference Between Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering

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Difference between aerospace and aeronautical engineer girl . , . . . . What is the difference between aerospace and aeronautical learn what_is_the_difference_between_a_degree_in_aerospace_ engineering_and_a_degree_in_aeronautical_engineering.Html a class "_zkb" href " url?q webcache.Googleusercontent search. Here are some more compilation of topics and latest discussions relates to this video, which we found thorough the internet. Hope this information will helpful to get idea in brief about this. Aerospace engineering is concerned with designing and building aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace engineering can be divided into two specializations aeronautical engineers, who handle aircraft, and astronautical engineers, who design spacecraft, according to the u.S. Bureau of labor statistics there are a number of students those who possess real fascination for pursuing the course in aeronautical engineering. They get attracted to this course by the below information will help you to get some more though about the subject aeronautical, aerospace and avionics aeronautical engineering dealt with design and development. We were basically exposed to aircraft. Outside the realm of the two types of aerospace engineers include aeronautical engineers (they work with aircraft that stay within the earth's atmosphere such as airplanes and helicopters.) and astronautical engineers (they work with aircraft that operate outside of the earth's atmosphere such as rockets, satellites, and other and aerospace engineering pertains to the study of aircraft and space vehicles. Aeronautical engineering refers to aircraft and astronautical anyway if you want for more info, you would better continue reading. Prospective applicants often query the difference between aerospace and aeronautical engineering. Historically, anyone wanting to go into the design, i was just wondering what the difference is between aerospace and aeronautical engineering, what each program focuses on, what its amied best answer aerospace engineering is the branch of engineering behind the design, construction and science of aircraft and spacecraft aeronautical engineering is an older term and was used when airplanes were the focus and there was no space travel. With space travel the term aerospace aerospace engineering and aeronautical engineering are very similar disciplines in theory, the difference between aerospace and aeronautical engineering is every time i search for 'aeronautical engineering' on google i see a few if you don't know the difference in roles between mech and aero on aeronautical engineering was the original term for the field, but as flight the interaction between these technologies is known as aerospace engineering . I was wondering what is the difference between u engineers u and those who work with aircraft are called aeronautical engineers, and those working the college i am looking at going to has both aerospace technology and aerospace engineering, but they don't really explain the difference, ask and participate in discussion sir , please tell me the difference between aeronautical engineering , aerospace engineering and aircraft maintenance if you think aerospace and aeronautical engineering are same, you are wrong. There is a critical difference between aerospace and a comparison of aeronautical and astronautical engineering what are the differences. Engineering fall under the larger category of aerospace engineering. What is the difference between
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1 17 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering I  17 Flight mechanics lecture 1 Introduction
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1 17 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering I 17 Flight mechanics lecture 1 Introduction

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MIT AeroAstro - Space Systems Laboratory - Building Systems for Space from Design to Operation
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MIT AeroAstro - Space Systems Laboratory - Building Systems for Space from Design to Operation

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As America's oldest and most respected university aerospace program, MIT Aereoastro’s vision is to enable novel aerospace and aerospace-related systems through education and research, as well as to use these systems to inspire future generations of engineers - with the ultimate aim of stimulating and maintaining excitement about aeronautics amongst generations to come. MIT Aeroastro’s Space Systems Laboratory exemplifies this vision. Its mission is twofold: to build state of the art systems from the ground up for use in space; and to revolutionize the way engineering is taught, from grade school level all the way to post-grad. Since its inception in 1995, MIT SSL has been consistently successful, with at least a 1/3 of its projects making it into space. With expertise in structural dynamics, attitude determination and control, avionics, communications, optical and RF payloads, systems engineering, and integrated modeling and simulation SSL works with academia, industry and government to develop everything from on-orbit test beds to small satellites. Through its SPHERES program, MIT SSL is allowing students as well as high schoolers to program nano-satellites on the International Space Station, while it’s REXIS project will put an X-Ray Imaging Spectrometer on an asteroid through NASA’s Osiris-Rex mission. Bringing a wide range of systems together, making them work, and getting them into space, is key to what MIT SSL does. http://ssl.mit.edu
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Rise Above: A New Generation of Aeronautics Research (Full Documentary)
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Rise Above: A New Generation of Aeronautics Research (Full Documentary)

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Rise Above follows a team of UK College of Engineering faculty and students pushing the boundaries of engineering and mathematics to new levels. The documentary opens as a group of senior engineering students begin their attempt to design and build a remote controlled aircraft capable of speeds up to 100 miles per hour to collect research data. As the story follows their yearlong attempt to fly this research plane, we meet other students who, along with their faculty mentors, are creating new solutions for practical problems in aeronautics. The film features engineering faculty including Suzanne Weaver Smith, Sean Bailey, Jesse Hoagg, and Michael Siegler, along with graduate students Mark Miller, John Calhoun and B.J. Wellman.
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Aerospace Engineering: Reality vs Expectations
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Aerospace Engineering: Reality vs Expectations

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Read this blog if you want to know how much I make from YouTube: http://engineeredtruth.com/howmuch My guest is Kelvin, he worked as an aerospace engineer for 15 years for a large aerospace company. He didn't want to mention the name because he still does work for them on the side. He made his own company after quitting, which you can check out: https://www.instagram.com/urbansurvivalgear/ His company's website: https://www.urbansurvivalgear.net/ The #1 internship marketplace exclusively for college students and new grads ➡ http://www.wayup.com/refer/engineeredtruth ⬅ https://Facebook.com/EngineeredTruth https://Twitter.com/EngineeredTruth https://www.instagram.com/EngineeredtTruth/ http://www.EngineeredTruth.com
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Pan-Pot @ Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace for Cercle
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Pan-Pot @ Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace for Cercle

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Pan-Pot @ Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace for Cercle ☞ Pan-Pot https://www.facebook.com/PanPotOfficial/ https://soundcloud.com/pan-pot Thanks to the amazing Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace of Le Bourget Aiport for their warm welcome (https://www.facebook.com/museedelairetdelespace/). Thanks to our partners: Greenroom, Le Routard, Trax Magazine, Techno Germany, Deep House Tech House Minimal Techno, Partyinfo.si. ____ Credits: Artists: Pan-Pot Label: Second State Venue: MUSÉE DE L'AIR ET DE L'ESPACE - Page officielle Produced by Cercle Executive producers: Philippe Tuchmann & Derek Barbolla Directed by: Derek Barbolla Assisted by: Pol Souchier, Aurélien Moisan, Quentin Heynodi Directors of photography: Ana Tole, Jérémie Tridard & Aymeric Geusselin Live Editor: Pol Souchier Sound Engineer: Timothée Fox Technical partner: FL Group ___ Follow us on http://www.cercle.live
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Intro to Aerospace Engineering | MITx on edX | Course About Video (Coming soon!)
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Intro to Aerospace Engineering | MITx on edX | Course About Video (Coming soon!)

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Spaceflight is exciting, and you don’t have to be a “Rocket Scientist” to share in the excitement! 16.00x makes the basics of spaceflight accessible to everyone. Take this course free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-aerospace-engineering-mitx-16-00x-0 ABOUT THIS COURSE Spaceflight is exciting, and you don’t have to be a “Rocket Scientist” to share in the excitement! 16.00x makes the basics of spaceflight accessible to everyone. Join MIT Professor Jeffrey Hoffman, a former NASA astronaut who made five spaceflights and was the first astronaut to log 1000 hours on the Space Shuttle, as he teaches you the core principles behind space travel and exploration. The course will cover how rockets work, how spacecraft move in orbit, how we create artificial environments inside spacecraft to keep astronauts alive and healthy, what it’s like living in a world without gravity, how the human body adapts to space, and how spacewalks happen, plus more. Many lessons will be illustrated with Professor Hoffman’s own experiences in space. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN - The basic principles of how rockets work (rocket science) - How spacecraft move in orbit (orbital mechanics) - What is required to keep astronauts alive and healthy in space (environmental control and life support) - Basic concepts of safety and risk management - The effects of weightlessness on the human body - How to carry out a spacewalk
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Shuttle Carrier Aircraft - Space Shuttle Endeavour Landing at LAX - worth seeing
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Shuttle Carrier Aircraft - Space Shuttle Endeavour Landing at LAX - worth seeing

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NASA’s first Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, NASA 905, was acquired from American Airlines in 1974 and flew several aeronautic research projects at NASA Dryden before being modified by Boeing for the shuttle carrier role in 1976. It carried the shuttle prototype Enterprise, which was not designed for actual spaceflight. On the Approach and Landing Tests at Edwards in 1977 and also flew the majority of the shuttle ferry flights, including the final “Tour of California” ferry flight of the retired shuttle Endeavour to Los Angeles in September 2012. Endeavour is now on public display in the Samuel Oschin Pavilion at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Shuttle Carrier N905NA was the largest aircraft carrier, used to ferry the retired Shuttles to their respective museums. It returned to the Dryden Flight Research Facility at Edwards Air Force Base in California after a short flight planespotting from Los Angeles International Airport on September 24, 2012. It was intended to join N911NA as a source of spare parts for NASA's SOFIA aircraft.
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Aerospace Engineer - Career Spotlight
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Aerospace Engineer - Career Spotlight

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Meet Acey, an engineer for NASA. He talks about his job and building the James Webb Space Telescope. James Webb Space Telescope: http://jwst.nasa.gov Infrared Spectrum: https://jwst.nasa.gov/beyondvisible.html Lesson Plan: https://kids.usa.gov/teachers/lesson-plans/jobs/government-jobs/index.shtml Activity: https://gsa-cmp-fileupload.s3.amazonaws.com/aerospace-engineer-quiz.pdf
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SpaceX Internship Program
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SpaceX Internship Program

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Apply online at SpaceX.com
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NASA Aerospace Engineer Talks Space with Students
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NASA Aerospace Engineer Talks Space with Students

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NASA Johnson Space Center Aerospace Engineer Jason Barbour answers questions from 5th grade students at Public School 174 Queens in Queens, New York during a NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) interactive broadcast. NASA DLN broadcasts are connecting students around the country with the live mission operations being done by the International Space Station Flight Control Team. ISS flight controllers, astronauts and scientists answer student's questions about living and working in space, how the Houston mission control center operates, and a wealth of other topics related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
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A Career in Aeronautical Engineering (JTJS12007)
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A Career in Aeronautical Engineering (JTJS12007)

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Dominic Gundry, 16, really wants to find a career involving aeroplanes so we take him along to Airworks, an aviation company with an aircraft maintenance and service division to see what it's all about. He discovers this is not an occupation for the faint-hearted as there are huge responsibilities to ensure every aircraft worked on is safe to fly. Dominic sees there is more to aero engineering than engine work and the variety of the job is certainly wider than he ever thought. See how he gets on when mentor Brian Porter shows him the range of opportunities in this challenging career. Find our more about a career in aero engineering go to http://www.justthejob.co.nz
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