Introduction to Aerospace Engineering

September 01, 2010


The book also serves as an introduction to the disciplines of the Air Navigation, Air Transport Engineering, program of studies of the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. This new program of studies benefits from a modern and pragmatic curriculum, developed by AirNav Board, a think-tank consisting of graduates of the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, with outstanding careers in important international organizations, such as ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), EUROCONTROL, Jeppesen - Boeing, General Electric, and Learjet Corporation. The importance and the relevance of every subject are demonstrated by examples, condensed case studies and applications. The book is written with the young generation in mind, who are less inclined to read classical books, and have high visual expectations. Here, the mathematical models are kept as simple and intuitive as possible, and many notions are introduced by images (268 Figures, 40 pictures) and examples (13 case studies, 18 problems solved, 11 biographies). 
Aerospace engineering is a difficult bet for a career, but it is always generating enough enthusiasm among adopters, compensating for the challenges they are facing. Hopefully, this book is sharing some of this typical enthusiasm with its readers.


If you want to order this book, please contact us at +407BUSINESS (0728.746.377).


Contents Download Contents