More money than other engineer
One of the things about being a aeronautical engineer, is that it is more academic then technology. I believe that the best way to learn is on the job.
Aeronautical Engineers know way more than average flight engineers. so, yes nothing can stop u from becoming the best flight engineer in the world. :')
Scope of what. Please be more specific.
I don't see why not. Lots of engineering jobs overlap, but to be sure I'd check with more knowledgeable people on the subject (i.e. track down an aeronautical engineer, ask him)
no but solar panels are in solar calculators
To build more effective military bombers
When you are asked to describe your ideal job as an engineer, you need to specify which particular job suits you. There are varied engineering jobs like civil engineer, aeronautical engineer and so many more.
An aerospace engineer and an aeronautical engineer are mostly taught the same curriculum at the university but certain differences in courses do exist. Like courses like space propulsion, orbital mechanics, attitude determination and control systems, satellite and space systems are not part of aeronautical engineering curriculum. Furthermore, aeronautical engineering is also more closely related to aviation.
It depends to your salary. I think it's civil engineering
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"actuary's desk" if there's only one actuary "actuaries' desk" if the desk belongs to/is used by more than one actuary
Go ask Dr. Suess
This will depend upon the specific company you work for, but in general I believe a chemical engineer would make more money.
This depend upon the type of engineer and there skill there are several engineers arround the world they are getting more than 5000 USD/month and some are getting 600 USD/month it depends on your talent performance and experience that what will you can earn as an Electronics Engineer.
Dentist for sure...In Civil engg, to earn be a constructor manager or planner, else be a dentist ...they have heaps of money.
A mining engineer will earn around 93,000 dollars a year. A geologist will earn around 73,000 dollars a year. A mining engineer earns quite a bit more money than a geologist.
Most engineers start at a salary of $50K, but typically earn between $55-85K per year. Supervisors can earn considerably more.
The main subject of specialization for an aeronautical engineer is Aerodynamics, Further Aerodynamics and Propulsion Technology (Gas Turbine Science). Their ideal job is to design and manufacture aircraft (such as of HAL, Boeing, Airbus, Lokheed Martin etc) and aircraft engines (such as of Rolls Royce and GE Aviation) but is not limited up-to it, an aeronautical engineers job extends till ships and even designing cars. Adding to it even the football of FIFA world cup was designed and analyzed by an aeronautical engineer. Aeronautical Engineering will always evolve you with research and development, therefore a Masters and Phd level study in strongly recommended for every aeronautical engineers in the subject of their interest. Some of the topics for further level studies are: Aircraft performance and design Boundary layer theory Spaceflight dynamics Astrophysics Space propulsion analysis and design Aerodynamcis Hypersonic fluid flow and many more.
It depends on which University you're trying to get admission for, sometimes you can transfer degree programs, and sometimes you have to start over. Most places I've seen the prerequisite requirements for electrical engineering and aeronautical engineering are the same. Aeronautical engineering might also be more competitive though.
A new engineer may earn around £12,000 a year.Experienced sound engineers may earn about £20,000.Senior and freelance sound engineers may earn £40,000 or more.
Income for a new graduates is about £19.000. Experienced engineers with qualifications and professions association membership usually earn about £35.000. Senior chartered engineers can earn more than £45.000.
well you need to learn more maths and physics for becoming an Aeronautical Engineering
Check your driving technique - SMOOTH starts and stops (never floor it), don't speed (higher speed = more fuel consumed), make sure your vehicle is as aerodynamically efficient as it can be - take it from an aeronautical engineer on that one!