Aerospace engineering is the process of designing and developing products for the aviation and space industry. This includes everything from small passenger aircraft to large commercial jetliners and spacecraft. Aerospace engineers use their knowledge of physics, mathematics, and materials science to create innovation designs that meet the challenging demands of the aerospace industry. They work closely with other engineers, technicians, and scientists to develop new technologies and bring new products to market. With the ever-increasing demand for faster and more efficient travel, aerospace engineering will continue to play a vital role in the development of the aviation and space industry.
The aerospace sector can now call upon a new welding solution that reduces reworks considerably thanks to a Sheffield-based tooling specialist.
NASA innovators developed a new metal alloy that is significantly stronger and more durable than the components currently used in aviation.
In a move that has largely gone under the radar, Raytheon has decided to quietly create a new business unit to develop next-gen fighters and hypersonic missiles.
The AFRL's Chemical Propulsion Flight Programs Group has completed the Advanced Spacecraft Energetic Non-toxic Propellant (ASCENT) monopropellant 1 Newton (1N) thruster