Math in Engineering

Industrial Andaeronautical Engineering

What is an aerospace engineer?

Aerospace engineers are directly involved with putting objects—from airplanes and the space shuttle to deep-space craft—into the sky and beyond. Using sundry mathematical models and techniques, they install, construct, maintain, and test systems used to launch, diagnose, or track aircraft and space vehicles. They may calibrate test equipment and determine causes of equipment malfunctions. Using computers and communications systems, aerospace engineers often record and interpret test data.


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