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Aeronautical engineering deals with the design, manufacture and maintenance of aeroplanes.
The first and second years of the programme are almost identical to the mechanical engineering degree programme, and offer a foundation in the engineering subjects. There is specialisation, work experience (in the aviation industry), and a major project in years 3 and 4.
Careers or Further Progression...
Leads to career as professional engineer (civil, mechanical, structural, electronic, chemical, computer) in industry or commerce or in local government or as consultant in private practice.
B. E. Aeronautical Engineering graduates are currently pursuing careers within the following areas:
Aircraft aerodynamic design analysis Aircraft structural design analysis Flight test instrumentation Airframe maintenance Design of airframe structural repair procedures Engine maintenance repair Aircraft systems engineering Aircraft composite structures design research Computer Aided Engineering software development Aircraft electrical systems installation Pneumatics cabin systems Flight physics Aircraft financial services operations management Industrial fluid flow simulation using computational fluid dynamics Gas turbine engine design manufacture Automobile aerodynamic structural design analysis
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Oisin McGrath is a pilot in the Irish Air Corp. He studied and completed Degree in Aeronautical Engineering in University of Limerick, and applied to the Air Corp in his final year in college. He now flies regularily on a variety of missions and is trained to fly on a number of different aircraft.