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  1. The properties of aerofoils and aerodynamic bodies: a text-book for aeronautical engineers, draughtsmen, and students by Arthur William Judge, 1917-01-01
  3. The Institution of Aeronautical Engineers Journal. (Great Britain) Vol. I. No. 5. May, 1927.
  4. Some Notes on the Possibilities of Progress in Aviation (Journal of the Institution fof Aeronautical Engineers, vol. 1 no. 4)
  5. Aeronautical Engineer's Data Book by Clifford Matthews, 2002
  6. The Standard Handbook for Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineers by Editors, 2009
  7. Light Aircraft Performance Calculation by Juan Klein (Aeronautical Engineer) Serralle's, 1941-01-01
  8. Oklahoma's CareerTech launches jet engineer's career. (Front and Center).(Jennifer Davis)(Interview): An article from: Techniques
  9. FLIGHT and Aircraft Engineer (First Aeronautical Weekly in the World, founded 1909: Volume 75, Number 2606-2618, January-March 1959. by Maurice A.; (Editors) Smith, 1959-01-01
  10. Willy Messerschmitt: First Full Biography of an Aeronautical Genius by Frank Vann, 1993-12
  11. Engineer in charge a history of the Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, 1917-1958 (SuDoc NAS 1.21:4305) by James R. Hansen, 1987
  12. Engineer Today - Manager Tomorrow? by The Royal Aeronautical Society, 1991-05
  13. How the Wright Brothers Got It Right: Engineering & Invention of the Airplane: from Bicycle Mechanics to Aeronautical Engineers, Test Pilots and Powered Flight by Jack L. Shagena, 2007-03-27
  14. Aero-engines;: Inspection of during manufacture, overhaul, and test ("D" license) (Aeronautical engineering series. Ground engineers) by Anthony N Barrett, 1942

21. Aeronautical Engineer In Close Up
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22. Aeronautical Engineer BS Or MS In Aeronautical Engineering With A Background In
aeronautical engineer BS or MS in aeronautical engineering with a background inapplied aerodynamics, aircraft systems analysis, stability and control, or
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BS or MS in Aeronautical Engineering with a background in applied
aerodynamics, aircraft systems analysis, stability and control, or flight
test. Experience with C/C++ and/or Object-Oriented Design is a plus.
Position involves aero development and support in a range of topics,
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simulator performance analysis and tuning, flight test and data
reduction, and FAA certification. Must have an interest in working on a
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world-wide travel.
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23. Becoming An Aeronautical Engineer
Engineering Archive. Becoming an aeronautical engineer. Index Key ENG066Author jasonn j pellegrini Subject Becoming an aeronautical engineer.
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24. Aerospace Engineer - Aeronautical (Army)
As an aeronautical engineer you will be employed in the Corps of the Royal AustralianElectrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) and will be responsible for
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If you are interested in working in an exciting and professional environment with the responsibility of ensuring the Army's aircraft fleet is operational, then consider becoming an Army Aerospace Engineer - Aeronautical. As an aeronautical engineer you will be employed in the Corps of the Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) and will be responsible for the maintenance engineering, materiel maintenance, modification and recovery support for the Army's aviation equipment.
Main Job Functions
Aircraft and aviation technology now makes up a substantial part of the Army's equipment inventory. The Army's aircraft fleet will have increased to the point where it is the second largest aircraft fleet operator and the largest helicopter operator in Australia.
The aeronautical engineering stream in the Army is arguably the most exciting area of employment in the Defence Force for professional engineers. In the midst of defence cut backs, this area of employment is actually expanding to provide the maintenance and engineering effort to support and manage the increased number of aircraft.
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The Australian Regular Army has a continuing need for undergraduates studying for professional and technical vocations. This need is partly met by the Undergraduate Scheme, and partly by the Graduate Entry Scheme.

25. Kosola And Associates, Inc. Aeronautical Engineers
aeronautical engineers we have an exceedingly qualified staff with over a century of combined engineering experience. We offer aircraft engineering services, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) project coordination, and certification support for technical projects worldwide.
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Dear Aircraft Enthusiast: You can have the best of both worlds ... * saving money when you purchase parts for your aircraft or maintenance facility * and the security of knowing you have a quality product on your aircraft. Kosola and Associates, Inc. offers a great savings on our repaired engine mounts, tubular steel components, and other repaired products on an exchange basis - usually less than one half the price of a new pan. We also offer same-day service on any of our repaired products in stock. In some cases where there is minimal damage, it is less expensive for you to have us repair your component for shop time plus materials rather than select an outright exchange. Repaired component price will never exceed the exchange component price. Kosola and Associates, Inc. can repair your tubular steel fuselage or any other steel component of your airplane covered under our Repair Station (#HE4R229M). We have the capabilities for field repairs and can travel anywhere at any time.

26. Graduates Positions Main Page
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27. Aeronautical Engineer Wannabe's Homepage
awesome roomates. I am currently pursuing a degree in AeronauticalEngineering (scroll down), and a BS in Geology as well. UW's
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News flash! I've been selected as one of 13 students to attend NASA Academy this upcoming summer! NASA Astrobiology Academy at Ames . Check back here for more details - GV 3/15.
This is my fifth year at the University of Washington (of six). Two of those years were spent as a Resident Advisor, during which I RA'd in four of the seven halls on campus including being one of two RAs for the International House on Lander 7. That was 109 awesome roommates. I am currently pursuing a degree in Aeronautical Engineering (scroll down), and a BS in Geology as well. UW's AA department has a great history ; founded in 1928 with a grant from The Boeing Company, UW was one of only seven schools to receive a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation (which built the Daniel Guggenheim Hall of Aeronautics). The current home of the department is still Guggenheim Hall, which is one of the coolest looking buildings on campus. It's a great department which I am proud to be in. I am also playing around in geosciences. After having taken Brian Sherrod's Geology 101 course, I fell in love with breaking rocks open and trudging around in glacial deposits. I spent a summer in Montana with Geology 401 (Field Geology) eating, sleeping, and dreaming rocks.

28. Public Domain Aeronautical Software (PDAS)
Software for the Aerospace Engineer. Site has free sample downloads. CD for sale containing many useful Category Science Technology Aerospace Engineering...... executables. All of this is available to you on the CDROM Public DomainComputer Programs for the aeronautical engineer. The source
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Valuable aeronautical computer programs complete with public domain source code, instructions and sample cases on CD-ROM. New release (version 8.0) available now. $295.00 Contents Page What's New What's Free to Download Order Now! For many years the Air Force, Navy, NASA and educational institutions have sponsored the development of computer software that is useful to aeronautical engineers, airplane designers, and aviation technicians. Public Domain Aeronautical Software was founded to make this treasure house of valuable software available to the aeronautical community at an easily affordable price for use on desktop computers. These programs include complete public domain source code, descriptions, and sample cases (both input and output). All of the programs come ready to execute under Windows and most of the programs have Macintosh and Linux executables. All of this is available to you on the CD-ROM Public Domain Computer Programs for the Aeronautical Engineer.
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30. Career Links - Aeronautical Engineer (Chartered/Incorp)
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The training section contains information about becoming a helicopter pilot and a helicopter engineer. Tel: Fax: Royal Aeronautical Society Address: 4 Hamilton Place London Information about careers in the Aerospace industry. Tel: Fax: Inside Careers Address: The Quadrangle 49 Atalanta Street London In depth articles covering a wide range of job areas. Tel: Fax: Civil Aviation Authority Address: CAA House 45-59 Kingsway London Tel: Engineering Employer's Federation Address: Broadway House Tathall Street London Tel: Institution of Incorporated Engineers (IIE) Address: Savoy Hill House Savoy Hill London Tel: Fax: Address: British Airways - Recruitment The Rivers, Cranebank

31. Aeronautical Engineer
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Opening Job opportunities for an aeronautical engineer lies with various airlinesand aircraft manufacturers like the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL).
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The work involves designing, constructing, development and testing of aircrafts, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles. Aeronautical engineering is technologically one of the most challenging fields of engineering.
Educational Qualification:
Graduate in Aeronautical Engineering; Associate Membership exam conducted by the Aeronautical Society of India; Those with a degree in electronics or physics can also find opportunities in this area.
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An Agriculture Engineer deals with the design and development of farm equipments and machineries, production, processing, transportation and storage of agricultural produce. He would also work on soil and water conservation.
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Agriculture Engineers may be involved in the sales, marketing and servicing of farm equipment and agricultural implements, in designing and constructing farm buildings, in product planning and so on. They also get jobs as Assistant Engineers or Management Trainees in banks. Openings are also available in teaching, research and journalism. Besides these engineers are absorbed in large numbers by the agricultural department of the Central as well as the State Governments. Automobile Engineers Job Description: As the name suggests is concerned with the design, development, repair and manufacture of automotive vehicles. The Automobile Engineer designs new models, keeping in mind the performance capacity, durability and customer preferences. With the growing concern about the vehicular pollution they also set stringent norms on such matters.

33. Aeronautical Engineer
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Bernie, a young Jewish boy, decided he wanted to be an aeronautical engineer and build airplanes. Over the years he studied hard, went to the best schools, and finally got his degree. It didn't take long before he gained a reputation as the finest aeronautical engineer in all the land, so he decided to start his own company to build jets. His company was such a hit that the President of the United States called Bernie into his office. "Bernie," he said, "the President of Israel wants to commission your company to build an advanced jet fighter for his country. You have our approval go out and design him the best jet fighter ever made." Needless to say, Bernie was tremendously excited at this prospect. The entire resources of his company went into building the most advanced jet fighter in history. Everything looked terrific on paper, but when they held the first test flight of the new jet, disaster struck. The wings couldn't take the strain they broke clean off of the fuselage! Luckily the test pilot parachuted to safety. Bernie was devastated; his company redesigned the jet fighter, but the same thing happened at the next test flight the wings broke off again. Beside himself with worry, Bernie went to pray... to ask God where he had gone wrong.

34. MaverickJets, Inc. Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineer/Lead
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35. Aeronautical Engineer's Data Book ::-:: Flightstore
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ISBN: 0750651253 Pages: 266 Cover: Soft Publisher: Butterworth Heinemann Book Published: 22 October 2001 Author: Clifford Mathews
Average customer Rating : This is an essential handy guide containing useful up to date information regularly needed by the student or practising engineer. Covering all aspects of aircraft, both fixed wing and rotary craft, this pocket book provides quick access to useful aeronautical engineering data and sources of information for further in-depth information.

36. - From The Ground Up: The Autobiography Of An Aeronautical Engineer
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38. Aeronautical Engineer On Cell Phone / Brain Cancer Lawsuit
aeronautical engineer on Cell Phone / Brain Cancer Lawsuit. Ilena,. Thisreply is from an the aeronautical engineer I was telling you about.
Aeronautical Engineer on Cell Phone / Brain Cancer Lawsuit Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2000 23:34:03 -0700 From: ilena rose To: Recipient List Suppressed:; Ilena, This reply is from an the aeronautical engineer I was telling you about. He is taking this cell phone thing seriously and mentioned it to me several weeks ago. Here is his response to your memo. TC - Original Message - From: Les Nelson To: TC Leary Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2000 9:17 AM Subject: Re: Fw: $800 MILLION Cell Phone / Brain Cancer Lawsuit TC, I think that the best thing is to take control of the situation irrespective of any possible future actions the industry may take. This is a classic situation in which an ounce of prevention is worth a ton of cure. I believe that the following actions will remove most risk: 1.. Get a remote headset and ALWAYS use the phone with that. 2.. Always hold the phone a couple feet away from your body, and keep your hand away from the antenna grasp the phone away from the antenna. It's best to just lay the phone down a couple feet away from you while talking with the remote headset. 3.. WHENEVER THE PHONE IS POWERED ON, KEEP IT AWAY FROM YOUR BODY EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY USING IT EVEN IF YOU HAVE IT POWERED ON ONLY FOR INCOMING PHONE CALLS. The phone sends out a periodic burst signal even when not in use whenever it is on. (This is a problem with these belt-mounted phones. The technician here who just died always had his phone powered up on his belt. AND the cancer started from a tumor on his kidney directly adjacent to the position of his phone. This doesn't prove anything, but taken together with all the other evidence, it looks like there is a significant chance that the radio-frequency radiation could be a cause of mutation leading to cancer.)

39. GAIRM - Careers Information Database
aeronautical engineer. The advertising. Air Corps aeronautical engineerEntry, which is in the rank of Lieutenant, is by open competition.
Aeronautical Engineer The Work of an Aeronautical Engineer
Aeronautical Engineers study design and advise on aircraft parts and equipment and plan and supervise all phases of their development through to final assembly and testing. They may specialise in a particular area such as structural design, navigational guidance and control, instrumentation and communication, or testing, etc. They may also work in an advisory capacity or in the training of service personnel. Aeronautical Engineers are normally employed by airlines, aircraft manufacturers, the aeronautical sections of government departments and in aeronautical research establishments. Some examples are those employed by Team Aer Lingus, the Department of Communications and the Air Corps. Aeronautical Engineers in Team Aer Lingus are employed on research, design, airworthiness, performance assessment, planning and production. Those in the Air Corps are also concerned with duties relating to airworthiness, safety of operation and maintenance, together with military duties and the training of servicing personnel.
Aeronautical Engineers in the Department of Communications are classified as Aeronautical Officers.

40. Canadian Portaits
Title Elizabeth Gregory MacGill Elsie aeronautical engineer and FeministPlace Montréal (?), Québec. Date Apr. 1938 PHOTOGRAPHER
Title: Elizabeth Gregory MacGill "Elsie" - Aeronautical engineer and Feminist
National Archives of Canada, negative no. PA-148380 In 1979, the president of the recently established organisation Women in Science and Engineering, Claudette Lassonde, contacted the 74-year old Elsie Gregory MacGill to solicit her support for the new group. The reason was obvious: "Ms. MacGill," wrote Lassonde, " you are the Number One Canadian woman engineer to look up to." This statement reflects two major themes in the life of Elsie MacGill: on the one hand, engineering, technology and industry ;on the other, the women's movement and feminism. The word "first" appears often in an account of Elsie MacGill's career. In 1927, she was the first woman to graduate in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto. She was soon hired as an engineer by the Austin Automobile Company in Michigan, and became interested in aeronautics when her employer entered the aircraft industry. MacGill then enrolled in the University of Michigan, and in 1929 was the first woman to graduate from that school's master's program in aeronautical engineering. Illness, however, prevented MacGill from entering a full-time career until 1934. In that year she was hired as an aeronautical engineer by Fairchild Aircraft Limited in Montreal. MacGill was then engaged as the chief aeronautical engineer by the Canadian Car and Foundry Company, where she designed the Maple Leaf Trainer (possibly the first airplane designed by a woman). During World War II, MacGill was the engineer in charge of Canadian production of the Hawker Hurricane fighter plane at Fort William, Ontario, where her staff at peak numbered 4,500. In 1943, MacGill entered business for herself, opening an office in Toronto as a consulting aeronautical engineer. When she died in 1980, her position as a leading aeronautical engineer had been long established.

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