Aerospace System Development Certificate
Aerospace system development engineers often work in research and develop new technologies for aviation, defense systems and space exploration.
Aerospace system development usually involves the design, manufacture, performance monitoring, regulation, testing, repair, maintenance and upgrading of aircraft and spacecraft and their systems.
One of the most exciting aspects of aerospace system development involves the creation of advanced aerospace systems.
Advanced aerospace systemscovers research areas such as aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, combustion, flight mechanics, dynamics, and propulsion and power.
For example, research efforts in aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, fluid dynamics and flow control span a comprehensive range of problems in a wide range of speed regimes with emphasis on tightly integrated experimental and modeling thrusts including:
- Static and dynamic stall relevant to rotorcraft operations
- Jets for commercial and military aircraft
- Bluff body flows pertinent to turret and other applications
- Cavity flow for scramjet flow paths
- Shock/turbulent interactions in supersonic aircraft
Flight mechanics, dynamics and control research is another area receiving a lot of attention in the aerospace system development realm. This area focuses on robust flight control systems analysis and design using a state space interval parameter matrix and ecological qualitative stability techniques.
Aerospace engineering also studies the stability and performance of nonlinear flight dynamics of reusable space access vehicles, as well as satellite formation control.
Dynamics and controls thrust research normally aims at engine area networks which coordinate sensor and actuator data through a controller, successfully managing deployment while reducing weight and life cycle costs and improving performance.
Another well-regarded area of advanced aerospace systems is fluid-structure interaction which involves high fidelity and reduced order computational modeling of fluid-structure centric problems, as well as model reduction and partitioned time marching of multi-physical systems.
Sometimes the area of research under aerospace system development is very specific. For example, some aerospace system development engineers are now working on ways to teach drones how to navigate in bad weather and high winds. Right now, drones are either flown under controlled conditions, with no wind, or are operated by humans using remote controls.
However, for drones to autonomously perform necessary but quotidian tasks, such as delivering packages or airlifting injured drivers from a traffic accident, drones must be able to adapt to wind conditions in real time (i.e., rolling with the punches, meteorologically speaking).
To face this challenge, a team of engineers from Caltech has developed Neural-Fly, a deep-learning method that can help drones cope with new and unknown wind conditions in real time just by updating a few key parameters.
Aerospace System Development Certificate Course by Tonex
Aerospace System Development Certificate is a one-week training program that helps you develop the skills to develop aerospace systems including advanced systems engineering, acquisition, and test and evaluation for munitions, autonomous weapons, cyber warfare and electronic warfare.
This advanced certification course is the fastest way to get up to speed in aerospace engineering. Written and taught by battle-scarred aerospace veterans, this advanced course covers a broad spectrum of topics.
You will learn how to apply a dynamic process to develop advanced aerospace systems including munitions, advanced weapons, cyber warfare, electronic warfare, and space warfare systems.
Participants will master the ins and outs of advanced aerospace technology and systems.
This certificate is designed for engineers, analysts, managers scientists, technicians, operators, procurement, and technical professional both in commercial and military organizations. The unique 1-week program has been designed to transfer expertise on advanced aerospace system technologies applied to a range of domains including munitions, autonomous weapons, cyber warfare, and electronic warfare systems.
The participants will learn the key concepts and principles of modern and advanced aerospace systems applications.
Overview of the Advanced Aerospace System Development Curriculum
- Each course covers a wide range of topics.
- Includes examples and exercises to reinforce the concepts presented and explain their applications.
- Provides broad concepts underlying the basic principles of operations of most types of advanced aerospace systems development.
- Includes documentation to lead to further reading of interesting concepts and applications.
Tonex Advanced Aerospace System Development Courses (Alphabetically Ordered)
- Advanced Electronic Warfare Modeling and Simulation
- Aerospace System Development
- Cost Estimating
- Countermeasures Technology and Operations
- Cyber Warfare/Electronic Warfare Modeling and Simulation
- Cybersecurity Best Practices
- Digital Capabilities Guidebook
- DoD PM Knowledge, Skills, and Practices
- DoD System Acquisition Process
- Electromagnetic spectrum and waves
- EMC/EMI for Engineers and Engineering Managers
- Engineering of Defense Systems
- EW System Fundamentals
- Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Energy
- Fundamentals of Phased Array Radar
- Fundamentals of Radar Systems
- Intellectual Property
- Intelligence Support
- International Acquisition and Exportability Practices
- Modeling and Simulation of Phased-Array Antennas
- Modeling and Simulation of Threats
- Phased Array Antenna Engineering
- Phased Array Radar System Survey
- Phased Array Radar Theory of Operation
- Principles of Cyber Warfare
- Principles of Modern Radar Systems
- Principles of Space Warfare
- Principles of Modern Weapon Systems
- Principles of Radar Cross Section (RCS)
- Principles of Radar Electronic Protection
- Principles of T&E
- Radar and EW Analytics
- Radar Applications and Analysis
- Radar Systems Engineering
- Radar Warning Receivers
- Space-Based Radars
- Systems Engineering and Acquisition
- Tactical Electronic Warfare (EW)
- Test and Evaluation of EW Systems
- Threat Radar Systems
Aerospace System Development Certificate