Dr. Jeff Puschell is an internationally recognized Ph.D. scientist engineer with more than 30 years of comprehensive knowledge and experience in successfully developing state-of-the-art earth remote sensing satellite systems.
TEMS Era - WINGS OF AERO organising the lecture titled "Earth Observations from Space" by Dr. Jeff Puschell.
The student will understand1] 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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dr P Baraneedharan
Guest Faculty (On Contract) – Department of Materials Science – Central University of Tamilnadu, Thiruvarur, Tamilnadu- India
Nanostructured materials for Energy and Environmental Applications (Chemical & Bio Sensors, Electrochemical Supercapacitors and Visible light driven photo-catalysis)
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
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
Phone: +91 7044680801Note: Only registered student can able to access
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.
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
Organizer: Chandigarh University in association with T.E.M.S Era