About Aerospace Engineering Department:

Aerospace Engineering began in 1938 and deals with physical laws and aerospace techniques in space and the atmosphere. The aerospace engineer is interested in the basics of mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems for aircraft vehicles. Where aerodynamics is studied for flow analysis, design of lifting and control surfaces, turbine blades, nozzles and aviation and space propulsion systems – for the analysis and design of torque, interstellar and hybrid propulsion systems, analysis and design of light structures for aircraft objects, wings and control surfaces and aerodynamics – and aeronautical mechanics for the performance and stability of control systems – navigation and space technologies and their applications – to analyse and design satellites and their sub-systems and their orbits, determine their destination, control and follow them – which qualify them to understand aviation and space systems and achieve safety and performance efficiency.