Aerospace Engineering “That’s one small step for man…” -Neil Armstrong. Mankind has always been fascinated with space and the idea of flying and that is exactly what Aerospace is the study of. This includes all of the space missions done across the world they were all lead by an Aerospace engineer. Aerospace Engineering has unofficially been around since mankind began making attempts at flying, the Wright brothers would technically be engineers. Aerospace Engineering is a specialized route of Mechanical Engineering which focuses upon flying objects within the atmosphere and outside the atmosphere.
Securing a rank of 444 out of 82,000 students, helped me get admission in prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, one of the top five universities in India. I choose to pursue my Masters study in Thermal Science and Engineering because of my inclination towards thermal-fluids domain. During my first year of graduate studies advanced courses such as Computational Fluid Dynamics, Gas Turbine and Jet Propulsion, Convective Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics fueled my desire for a research career in thermal sciences. Also, during my master’s study, tutorials, practice problems given in the class fueled my interest in numerical programming, which lead to exploring different options like C, EES (Engineering Equation Solver),
They had to make a list of similarities and difference between all their posters. Lesson 8- Students had to think, pair, share on which property of exponents they would be applying to the new concept of multiplying/dividing numbers in scientific notation Lesson 4-Students were able to create properties of exponents posters, collaborate and they were posted in the hall way Lesson 11- Students were able to explore the NASA website and the solar system. By doing so, students found data in scientific notation and were able to make connections to science. In an upcoming science unit, students will be researching a specific planet so this lesson provided an quick
I am eager to attend the USNA Summer STEM due to my strong interest in all disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. My future plan is to attend the United States Naval Academy, study Nuclear Engineering and serve my country for life. Over the past six years, I have served my country in the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. I have accumulated a vast knowledge of the STEM field during my numerous week long trainings at Naval Base Coronado, MCB Camp Pendleton, SS Lane Victory, & Pt.
Later on, she would read and study all she could about aviation and flying in any book, magazine, or article she could get her hands on. The beginning of her pursue to achieve her aviation dream started in her late uncle’s workshop. There she began her designs and the building of her
The interesting part about this section is that these methods are actually based on the training NASA uses to acclimatize their astronauts once they return to the Earth's surface. What Are People Saying About It? Based on the feedback we have found on forum posts and personal blogs, it seems that most people experience at least some success by using the methods described in this
6. Summarize the role of computers? The role of computers was crucial to the success of all the Apollo missions. They mapped out the coordinates, controlled the space craft, and gave round the clock monitor for all of the systems in relation to the mission. They also used computers to test flight and landing simulations for the modules.
During my senior year, I took a leadership role. Some of my duties in this role consisted of updating Rotary members of the status of Interact, conducting meetings, and thinking of ideas for volunteer work. I have also attended events such as RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference) and American Legion Boys’ State to further my leadership abilities. During my high school career I have taken my education seriously. I acquired a total of 28 college credits while in high school, with most of them being more challenging classes such as physics and calculus.
There are certain classes I enjoy. When I entered the 11th grade, I took AP Physics 1 and believe or not, science became my favorite class. I am also currently taking AP Physics 2 for my senior year because I feel that this class really influenced me to get a better idea for my career in the future. Before high school, I had some sort of idea of what I wanted to be when I get older. I thought of being some type engineer and one that I would enjoy to do.
When I first started in high school I had one dream in mind, I was going to be an engineer. 8th grade is when I started to see what engineering was. I researched all the different types and the one that interested me the most was aerospace engineering. I thought it was so cool because they designed things like airplanes and spaceships and missiles. I could see myself in the future, working on a new spaceship for Nasa, or designing the most efficient airplane Boeing had ever seen.
The first year, the Science National Honor Society inducted eight students, including myself. As the first President of the Society, my officers and I developed a weekly peer tutoring schedule in the four main science courses offered at our school, a yearly engineer-off (a competition where students are tasked to produce a specific model and compete to see whose design is the most creative and efficient at the assigned task), and sponsored events for teachers to demonstrate engaging science experiments to students. Additionally, all the officers designed presentations pertaining to various scientific careers, and inspired members to explore further into STEM related