Mechanical Aeronautical Engineering Summer School London
In the age of global warming and green house gases concerns, there is a need for today's engineers to be aware of this critical issue and tackle these problems head on. Aviation is one of the largest contributors to emissions producing 918 million metric tons of CO2 emission or will make up 25% of the worlds carbon emissions by 2050. Emission of a journey by jet from London to New York is the same as that of heating a house for a year, or recycling items for 8 years, or not eating meat for 2 years.
Lite Regal has updated it course on Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering - is for all UK and overseas engineers that want to use their current engineering knowledge and learn through lessons, intimate tutorials (university style) and workshops, to reinforce and increase their engineering knowledge in mechanical, aerospace and aeronautical engineering . The course will lead students to research the development in building larger, more efficient and near zero emissions aircrafts.
Lite Regal Education and International School has released a new course in Mechanical Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering to add to its offering of 30+ Summer courses. The course is aimed at students from the UK and overseas aged 18+ and already studying engineering at undergraduate degree level or postgraduate level and are interested in extending their knowledge in the Engineering Discipline of Mechanical Aeronautical and Aerospace.
As countries seek to control greenhouse emissions tomorrows engineering must strive reinvent the engine so to speak.The importance of "clean" energy" and hybrid engines is becoming increasingly important. In this course engineering students are taught to think about the design and mechanics of hybrid electric engines in aircrafts. Students will learn and research about the underlying principals in the propulsion of flying objects. The course will cover the history of electric engines and the development and adaptation of these and other technologies in building aircrafts that utilise clean energy for propulsion.
The course can be taken from 2 weeks to 6 weeks during the Summer in June July and August and is taught through workshops and tutorials in one of the colleges of London University UCL or one of the Cambridge Colleges-
Topic covered in the course will the following
Introduction to mechanical aeronautical and aeroplane Engingeering
Calculus and Differential equations
Design and rigid bodies
Aircraft and aeronautical structures
Jet Engine Design
Cost performance and battery performance in Hybrid Engines
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