Available courses

Training + Internship - Dec 2020

Training + Internship - Dec 2020

WINGS OF AERO provides self financed Internship opportunity for Aerospace and Non Aerospace Engineers. This an closed course for Dec 2020 Trainees. If you wish you join the next batch visit wingsofaero.in/blog/internship

Introduction to Aeronautics

Introduction to Aeronautics

OBJECTIVES:

The student will understand 

1] The concepts of flying.
2] The International standard atmosphere,
3] Structural aspects of airplanes,
4] Working of systems and instruments
5] Power plants used in airplanes/rockets.
6] Designing of aircrafts and spacecrafts.

GATE Mathematics for Engineering
Aishwarya DharaArunava Majumder

GATE Mathematics for Engineering

The course is suitable for the students of Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, and Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

The duration of the course is 20 hours (4 hrs / week).


Research Training Program - Nov 2020
Aishwarya DharaR.JiniRaj _

Research Training Program - Nov 2020

 Outcomes:

1] Understanding all the basic concepts of Aircrafts, Rockets, Missiles and Spacecrafts.

2] To perform numerical analysis of aircraft design.

3] To understand the maths and physics involved in aerospace.

4] To use your knowledgeable skills in the field of aerospace.


Space Science - Skill Development Program

Space Science - Skill Development Program

To support NASA, ESA, JAXA, ISRO in outreaching Space Science Kurukshetra Panorama & Science Centre NCSM [Ministry of Culture – Govt. of India] in association with Wings of Aero celebrating “WORLD SPACE WEEK” by organizing 6 day Skill Development Program for Students and Faculty community.

Raymer's Manned MARS Airplane

Raymer's Manned MARS Airplane

Daniel P. Raymer is President of the design and consulting company, Conceptual Research Corporation. He is a recognized expert in the areas of Aerospace Vehicle Design and Configuration Layout, Computer-aided Design Methodologies and Design Education. Dr. Raymer is an AIAA Fellow and the 2010 recipient of the AIAA Aircraft Design Award.

Introduction to Orbital Mechanics and Satellite Propulsion

Introduction to Orbital Mechanics and Satellite Propulsion

A webinar titled “Introduction to Orbital Mechanics and Satellite Propulsion” is organized by TEMS ERA – Wings of Aero which will be delivered by Shri. Nitish Shrimal, Scientist – SC at Liquid Propulsion System Complex – ISRO.

Ubiquitous Flying by Dr. Satya Chakravarthy

Ubiquitous Flying by Dr. Satya Chakravarthy

T.E.M.S Era - Wings of Aero is organizing a lecture titled "Ubiquitous Flying - How to get more people to fly more places more often" which will be delivered by Dr. Satya Chakravarthy, Professor - Aerospace Engineering, IIT Madras.

Hypersonic Technology - Defence Research

Hypersonic Technology - Defence Research

Wings of Aero - T.E.M.S Era is organizing a webinar titled " Hypersonic Technology - Defence Research"

Presenter: Pon Maa Kishan - Founder and President, Society of Aero


Design and Development of RC Aircraft

Design and Development of RC Aircraft

ATL – KV High Grounds Airforce Chandigarh in association with T.E.M.S Era organizing a lecture titled “Design and Development of RC Aircraft”

Presenter: Mr. Jujhar Singh Khokhar – Aeromodelling Member, Khokhar Hobby Tech


Nano Science and Technology

Nano Science and Technology

Dr P Baraneedharan
Guest Faculty (On Contract) – Department of Materials Science – Central University of Tamilnadu, Thiruvarur, Tamilnadu- India

Research Specialization:

Nanostructured materials for Energy and Environmental Applications (Chemical & Bio Sensors, Electrochemical Supercapacitors and Visible light driven photo-catalysis)


Non-Technical Competencies of Aeronautical Engineering Students - Survey

Non-Technical Competencies of Aeronautical Engineering Students - Survey

M Murugan, Researcher at NITTTR Taramani Chennai under University of Madras. He is carrying out a survey based study on "Non Technical Skills of Aeronautical Engineering Students" though the technical knowledge and basic skills of Aeronautical engineering are imparted in the Institutions/ Colleges. However, the exposure to Non Technical Skills in the field of Aerospace are not covered in the curriculum which are essential in the field of Aerospace while working in their respective area of specialisation. To bring a change in curriculum of aerospace engineering, the students are requested to takeout the survey

GATE Aerospace
R.JiniRaj _

GATE Aerospace

WINGS OF AERO starts the coaching classes for GATE Aerospace aspirants. Students who are interested to appear for the GATE exam, you can register and start preparing with guidance from our team.

Register at www.wingsofaero.in/gate

CLASSES STARTS: 14th September 2020

Email: contact@wingsofaero.in

Phone: +91 7044680801

Note: Only registered student can able to access

Design and Development of Large Hydro Rocket

Design and Development of Large Hydro Rocket

Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre [NCSM - Govt. of India] in association with T.E.M.S Era organizing a free webinar titled "World’s Largest Water Rocket" which was successfully launched by the Department of Aerospace Engineering – Faculty and Students of Chandigarh University.

A team of faculty and students belonging to Aerospace Engineering, Chandigarh University launched a Water Rocket which broke all the existing previous worldwide record. The previous record of the world’s largest water rocket measures 4.04 m (13 ft 3 in) tall and 44.5 cm (1 ft 5.5 in) in diameter, and was created and launched by Aidan and Keeley Aird (both Canada) on the set of “Furze World Wonders” in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on 10th June 2017. A new record was created by a team of 3 Aerospace Engineering faculty and 17 Aerospace Engineering students of Chandigarh University who designed a Water Rocket with a configuration of 5.1 meters tall and 52 centimetres in diameter and by launching the team achieved an altitude of 104 feet.

In this lecture the team will discuss about designing, testing and analyzing the hydro rocket and also official launch video of hydro rocket will be released in the webinar.


NASA small satellites and Kepler mission

NASA small satellites and Kepler mission

The Kepler Mission is specifically designed to survey our region of the Milky Way galaxy to discover hundreds of Earth-size and smaller planets in or near the habitable zone and determine the fraction of the hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy that might have such planets - NASA


Presenter: Roger Hunter

Designation: Program Manager

Organization: NASA

Organizer: Chandigarh University in association with T.E.M.S Era

Space Systems to Launch 100 Satellites

Space Systems to Launch 100 Satellites

Space systems are vehicles and infrastructure working together to perform a task in the space environment. Space systems improve our knowledge of the physical universe through celestial observation and planetary exploration.

Presenter: Mr. Jim Cantrell
Designation: Co-Founder
Organization: Space-X
Organizer: Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre in association with T.E.M.S Era

Avionic Architecture and Data Buses

Avionic Architecture and Data Buses

Avionics are the electronic systems used on aircraft, artificial satellites, and spacecraft. Avionic systems include communications, navigation, the display and management of multiple systems, and the hundreds of systems that are fitted to aircraft to perform individual functions - WIKIPEDIA

Presenter: Mr. Prasanna Ramamurthy
Designation: Principal Systems Engineer
Organization: Collins Aerospace
Organizer: Association of Aerospace Engineers - IIT Madras in association with T.E.M.S Era

Challenges of Future Space Missions

Challenges of Future Space Missions

Space exploration is the use of astronomy and space technology to explore outer space. While the exploration of space is carried out mainly by astronomers with telescopes, its physical exploration though is conducted both by unmanned robotic space probes and human spaceflight.

Presenter: Mr. George Salazar

Designation: Human-Computer Interface Technical Lead

OrganisationNASA Johnson Space Centre

Organiser: ATL - KV AF High-grounds Chandigarh in association with T.E.M.S Era

Challenges of Long Duration Mission

Challenges of Long Duration Mission

Deep space exploration (or deep-space exploration) is the branch of astronomy, astronautics ... 2013, NASA announced the selection of eight American astronauts that will begin to train for future deep space missions beyond low Earth orbit - Wikipedia.

Presenter: Mrs. Anima Patil Sabale

Designation: Orion Spacecraft Simulator Manager

Organization: NASA

Organizer: ATL KV AF High Grounds - Chandigarh [NITI AAYOG - ATL AIM] in association with T.E.M.S Era

Future Space Mission and Science - 5 day SDP

Future Space Mission and Science - 5 day SDP

Five days Skill Development Program "FUTURE SPACE MISSION & SCIENCE" for students/faculty organized by T.E.M.S Era

Topics: 

Space Tourism

NASA Technologies to find life beyond Earth

NASA Small Satellite and Kepler Mission

Space Systems to Launch 100 Satellites

Space Astronomy

Adventures of Particle Physicist

Adventures of Particle Physicist

Particle physics (also known as high energy physics) is a branch of physics that studies the nature of the particles that constitute matter and radiation. Although the word particle can refer to various types of very small objects (e.g. protons, gas particles, or even household dust), particle physics usually investigates the irreducibly smallest detectable particles and the fundamental interactions necessary to explain their behaviour - WIKIPEDIA

Presenter: Dr. Archana Sharma

Designation: Principal Scientist

Organization: CERN - Switzerland

Organizer: District Science Centre - Gulbarga, Space Technology and Astronomy Cell - IIT Mandi

Space Astronomy

Space Astronomy

Astronomy (from Greek: ἀστρονομία) is a natural science that studies celestial objects and phenomena. It uses mathematics, physics, and chemistry in order to explain their origin and evolution. Objects of interest include planets, moons, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and comets - WIKIPEDIA

Presenter: Dr. Jayant Murthy

Designation: Professor

Organisation: Indian Institute of Astrophysics

Organiser: ATL - KV AF High Grounds, Chandigarh in association with T.E.M.S Era


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