aeronautical engineer


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Noun1.aeronautical engineer - an engineer concerned with the design and construction of aircraftaeronautical engineer - an engineer concerned with the design and construction of aircraft
applied scientist, engineer, technologist - a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
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Devon Sumner took the decision not to complete a product-design degree course at Leeds University because she realised her true vocation was to become an aeronautical engineer, a dream she is close to achieving with Airbus UK.
This work by Mckenna, an aeronautical engineer turned CEO, focuses on the Sikorsky Skycrane, a piece of genius engineering with shaky beginnings that soon came to revolutionize ideas about helicopter engineering and sky transport.
AN Australian investigator has travelled to India to expand a UK terror inquiry as officials confirmed today that an Indian suspect worked as an aeronautical engineer at a company contracted by the biggest names in aviation.
Jack Templin, an aeronautical engineer from Ottawa, describe their analysis of the four-winged dinosaur online and in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Curado, a 45-year-old aeronautical engineer, has been with Embraer since 1984 serving in a variety of positions.
I am an aeronautical engineer, an aerodynamicist and a designer,'' he told Aviation Week & Space Technology.
Soon the young aeronautical engineer was, in fact, launching rockets carrying payloads that affected everything from our nation's national security to international humanitarian relief operations.
The members of the FLOW Group are artist Janet Echelman, architect Jeanne Gang, aeronautical engineer Peter Heppel, structural engineer Aine Brazil and architectural lighting designer Domingo Gonzalez.
Christopher Columbus Kraft was a fresh and untried aeronautical engineer when he started working for the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) in 1945.
Spangenberg's career as an aeronautical engineer and Navy civilian began in the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, Pa.
Slogging through the atmosphere is like trying to throw a rock underwater," says aeronautical engineer Preston Carter, who developed HyperSoar.
In a series of evaluations that began in October and ended last week, subtle shape-shifting by the wing's trailing edge minimized fuel-wasting air resistance, or drag, at a variety of altitudes, speeds, wing angles, and other conditions, says aeronautical engineer Russell F.

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