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  • Objectives
    This programme aims to prepare specialists with advanced skills in computational modelling, numerical techniques and in-depth understanding in engineering approaches to aerospace problems, with particular emphasis on space, aerodynamics and flight simulation. Upon completing this programme you should be able to develop novel computational and technology products for the aerospace industries.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Undergraduate degree (minimum 2:2 or equivalent) in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering. Each application is individually assessed; you are recommended to write for guidance in specific cases.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Aerospace Engineering
  • Course description
    MSc

    One year full-time

    Programme description

    Aerospace engineering has come a long way since the Wright brothers first succeeded in powered flight in 1903. The subject has evolved and diversified, ranging in topics from aerodynamics to flight control, from space engineering to simulation and design, requiring engineers to have the ability to operate and develop advanced devices that are based on complex theoretical and computational models.


    Programme outline

    The programme includes two core modules, six option modules and a research project.

    Core modules:

        * Mechanics of Continua
        * Research Methods and Experimental Techniques
        * Research Project (four modules)

    Recommended modules may include:

        * Advanced Flight Control and Simulation of Aerospace Vehicles
        * Principles of Spacecraft Design
        * Space Missions Engineering
        * Computational Methods for Aerospace Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics
        * Advanced Topics in Aerodynamic
        * Aeroelasticity

    Option modules may include:

        * Advanced Flight Control and Simulation of Aerospace
        * Vehicles
        * Principles of Spacecraft Design
        * Space Missions Engineering
        * Computational Methods for Aerospace Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics
        * Advanced Topics in Aerodynamic
        * Aeroelasticity
        * Vehicular Crashworthiness
        * Computational Engineering
        * Combustion Concepts and Modelling
        * Robotics

    Assessment

    The methods of assessment include coursework and formal examinations. Many modules will include continuous assessment and some or all of the work during the course will count towards the final mark. The Research Project will be conducted under close supervision during the summer term and is evaluated by thesis, presentation and viva examination.

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