B. Tech. in Aerospace Engineering

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Aerospace engineering has emerged as a field that focuses on using materials, structures, thermodynamics and control towards enhancing human mobility. Aerospace engineers, who specialize in areas such as structural design, propulsion, navigation and control, instrumentation, and propulsion communication—develop new technologies used in aviation, space exploration and defense systems. The B. Tech. degree course in Aerospace Engineering at the Alliance College of Engineering and Design, ensures that its graduates not only have a strong theoretical foundation but receive relevant practical experience through its advanced testing, simulation, and workshop and laboratory based learning. Aligning to industry demands, the course also offers emerging subjects such as satellite communication, hardware-software integration and the use of computer-based tools that assist in solving engineering problems.

Course Structure

SEMESTER I/II

Engineering Mathematics I/II
Basics of Mechanical Engineering
Foundations of Computing
Engineering Physics
Basics of Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Foundations of Computing Laboratory
Engineering Physics Laboratory
Basic Engineering Workshop
Engineering Mathematics I/II
Engineering Graphics
Basics of Electrical Engineering
Engineering Chemistry
Basics of Electronics Engineering
Technical English
Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics III
Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Fluid Mechanics
Engineering Mechanics
Material Science
Thermal Engineering
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Machine Shop
Engineering Mathematics IV

Theory of Elasticity
Heat and Mass Transfer
Manufacturing Process
Aerodynamics I
Theory of Machines
Machine Drawing
Aerodynamics Laboratory
Aircraft Structures I
Propulsion I
Mechanical Vibrations
Flight Dynamics I
Aerodynamics II
Elective I
Energy Conversion Laboratory
Structures Laboratory
Propulsion II
Aerospace Materials
Flight Dynamics II
Introduction to Space Technology
Aircraft Structures II
Elective II
Propulsion Laboratory
Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Machine Design
Aerospace Control Systems
Aerospace Avionics
Aero Elasticity
Elective III
Aircraft Design I
Project Work
Summer Industrial Training (Internship)
Aerospace Control Systems Laboratory
Minor Elective
Aircraft Design II
Elective IV
Elective V
Project Work
Minor Elective

ELECTIVES

Reliability Engineering
Aviation Business Management
Advanced Manufacturing Techniques
Digital Signal Processing
Environment Control System
Composite Structures
Quality Management System
Supply Chain Management
Remote Sensing
Nanotechnology
Finite Element Analysis
Combustion
Rocket Propulsion
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Rotary Wing Aerodynamics
Hypersonic Aerodynamics
Gas Dynamics
Space Flight Mechanics
Satellite Communications
Aircraft Navigation, Guidance and Control
Aircraft Instrumentation
Flight Control System
Flight Simulation
Helicopters
Aircraft Acoustics and Noise Control
Acoustic Instabilities in Aerospace Propulsion
Business Administration
Customer Relationship Management
Entrepreneurship Management
Operations Research
Fundamentals of Accounting
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics
Quality Management
Management Information Systems
Principles and Practices of Management
Computer Science and Engineering
Algorithms
Object Oriented Technology
Databases
Client-Server Technology
Java Technology

Note: An elective subject is offered in the B. Tech. in Aerospace Engineering course only if a minimum number of students enrol in it.