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If you are wondering what it takes to pursue Aerospace Engineering, you need to consider a variety of factors, such as skills, interests, and personal traits. Aerospace Engineering is a broad field that offers exciting career opportunities where you will get to be creative, solve problems, and explore a versatile area of work every day. So why wait any further? Enrol now to develop knowledge and skills that drive your career forward and get ahead of the curve!

The Aerospace Engineering bundle is designed to provide students with an education in the fundamental principles of aerodynamics, propulsion, flight mechanics, controls, design, and systems.

In addition, with the Aerospace Engineering bundle, you get FIVE PDF Certificates Absolutely FREE. Courses included in this Aerospace Engineering bundle:

  • Course 01: Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
  • Course 02: Level-4 Spacecraft and Satellite Engineering
  • Course 03: Flight Mechanics: Certification of Aircraft Level 4
  • Course 04: Power Electronics Engineering
  • Course 05: Fundamentals of Supercharger Automobile Engineering

The comprehensive Aerospace Engineering bundle incorporates types of aeroplanes, aerodynamics, flight mechanics, and aeroplane propulsion engines. Subsequently, through the Aerospace Engineering bundle, you will develop knowledge of space vacuum conditions, electric propulsion, antennas, satellites, aircraft modes, and much more. Moreover, the Aerospace Engineering bundle integrates rectifier circuits, AC/DC choppers, and superchargers.

Skills You Will Gain From This Aerospace Engineering Bundle

Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering

  • Familiarise with the aeroplanes and their main elements
  • Learn about the classifications of aeroplanes
  • Comprehend knowledge of lift and drag: Newton’s 3rd law and Bernoulli
  • Determine range of an aircraft as a function of weight

Level-4 Spacecraft and Satellite Engineering

  • Define space engineering mission and objectives
  • Enlarge knowledge on orbital mechanics and parameters
  • Grasp understanding of electric propulsion
  • Know the fundamentals of solar array technology

Flight Mechanics: Certification of Aircraft Level 4

  • Get to know the frames of reference
  • Encompass knowledge of atmospheric and anemometry
  • Outline the certification process of an aircraft
  • Introduce with full fly-by-wire aircraft

Power Electronics Engineering

  • Deepen understanding of power electronics
  • Gain in-depth knowledge of semi-controlled switches
  • Expand knowledge on the functions of half-wave uncontrolled rectifier
  • Explore the fundamentals of AC, DC choppers and inverter

Fundamentals of Supercharger Automobile Engineering

  • Understand the history and basic functions of the supercharger
  • Demonstrate knowledge on the key components of supercharger
  • Name the types of superchargers
  • Discover the brand names and models

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Curriculum of Aerospace Engineering Bundle

***Course 01: Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering***


  • Presentation of the Course
  • Course Structure
  • Introduction to Airplanes and their Main Elements

Classification of Airplanes

  • General Aviation
  • Commercial Aviation
  • Military Aircraft


  • Airplane Forces and Trajectory
  • Lift and Drag: Newton’s 3rd Law and Bernoulli
  • 3D Wings Lift and Drag
  • High Lift Devices
  • Turbulence and Stall

Airplane Propulsion Engines (JETs)

  • Engines Overview
  • Inlets
  • Compressors
  • Turbines and Nozzles
  • TurboJet vs. Turbofan Review

Flight Mechanics

  • Gravity Center and Pressure Center: Stability
  • Control Surfaces of an Aircraft and Maneuvers

Aircraft Performance

  • Definition of Weights
  • Range of an Aircraft as function of Weight
  • Optimization of Range – Breguet Equations

***Course 02: Level-4 Spacecraft and Satellite Engineering***


  • Presentation of the Course
  • Introduction to Space Engineering and Course Structure
  • Define your Mission Design and objectives

Space Environment

  • Space Vacuum Conditions
  • Earth Atmosphere

Orbital Mechanics

  • Introduction to Orbital Mechanics & Parameters
  • Earth Orbits for Satellite Missions
  • Interplanetary Orbits, Transfers and Maneuvers

Space Propulsion Systems

  • Requirements and objectives. Definitions
  • Chemical Internal Heat Engines (Rockets)
  • Electric Propulsion
  • Nuclear and Interplanetary Propulsion

Communications from Space to Earth

  • Antennas and characteristics
  • Atmospheric Absorption and Frequency Bands
  • Satellite and Interplanetary probes Link Analysis

Attitude Determination and Control System

  • What is ADCS. Concepts, physics and behaviour
  • Sensors
  • Actuators

Space Power Systems

  • Solar Array Technology
  • Batteries
  • Radioisotope Thermal Generators (RTG)

***Course 03: Flight Mechanics: Certification of Aircraft Level 4***

Unit 01: Intro and Theory

  • Initial Presentation and Course overview
  • Frames of Reference
  • Derivation of Equations of Motion
  • Aerodynamics Overview
  • Atmospheric and Anemometry

Unit 02: Aircraft Modeling of 6 Degree of Freedom

  • Atmospheric Library – ISA Model and Anemometry
  • Equations of Motion – Forces and Moments
  • Equations of Motion – Body Rates
  • Equations of Motion – Euler Angles
  • Equations of Motion – Trajectory Data
  • Atmospheric Library – Wind effect and Aerodynamic angles
  • Propulsion Library
  • Aerodynamics Library – Coefficients
  • Aerodynamics Library – Conversions

Unit 03: Aircraft Analyses

  • Trimming the aircraft
  • Time-varying simulation of the aircraft
  • Aircraft Modes

Unit 04: Aircraft Flying Qualities Certification Requirements

  • Understanding Certification of an Aircraft
  • Introduction to Full Fly-By-Wire Aircraft

***Course 04: Power Electronics Engineering***

Unit 1- Introduction to Power Electronics Components

  • Module 1- Introduction to Power Electronics
  • Module 2- Uncontrolled Switches
  • Module 3- What is the Benefit of Diode
  • Module 4- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 1
  • Module 5- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 2
  • Module 6- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 3
  • Module 7- What is the Benefit of Thyristor
  • Module 8- Fully Controlled Switches Part 1
  • Module 9- Fully Controlled Switches Part 2
  • Module 10- Fully Controlled Switches Part 3

Unit 2- Fundamentals of Rectifier Circuits

  • Module 1- Overview on Rectifiers
  • Module 2- Rectifier Definition
  • Module 3- Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load
  • Module 4- Example on Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load Part 1
  • Module 5- Example on Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load Part 2
  • Module 6- Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with RL Load
  • Module 7- Derivation of the Discontinuous Current in R-L Load
  • Module 8- Freewheeling Diode (Commutation Diode)
  • Module 9- Half Wave R-L Load with FWD
  • Module 10- Difference Between Continuous and Discontinuous Mode in RL Load
  • Module 11- Half Wave RL Load with FWD Continuous Mode
  • Module 12- Example on Half Wave Rectifier with FWD
  • Module 13- Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier Part 1
  • Module 14- Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier Part 2
  • Module 15- Quick Revision on Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier
  • Module 16- Firing Angle
  • Module 17- Half Wave Controlled Rectifier R Load
  • Module 18- Half Wave Controlled Rectifier R-L Load
  • Module 19- Half Controlled R-L Load with FWD
  • Module 20- Example 1
  • Module 21- Example 2
  • Module 22- Example 3

...and many more

Unit 3- Fundamentals of AC Choppers

  • Module 1- Introduction to AC Choppers
  • Module 2- Definition of AC Choppers
  • Module 3- Switching Techniques in AC Choppers
  • Module 4- Applications on AC Choppers
  • Module 5- Types of AC Choppers
  • Module 6- AC Chopper with R Load
  • Module 7- Example 1 on AC Chopper with R Load
  • Module 8- Example 2 on AC Chopper with R Load
  • Module 9- AC Chopper with L Load Part 1
  • Module 10- AC Chopper with L Load Part 2
  • Module 11- Example on AC Chopper with L Load
  • Module 12- AC Chopper with RL Series Load
  • Module 13- Example on AC Chopper with RL Series Load
  • Module 14- AC Chopper with RL Parallel Load
  • Module 15- Example on AC Chopper with RL Parallel Load
  • Module 16- AC Chopper with Pure Capacitive Load
  • Module 17- Example on AC Chopper with Pure Capacitive Load

...and many more

Unit 4- Fundamentals of DC Choppers

  • Module 1- Introduction to DC Choppers
  • Module 2- Definition and Application of DC Choppers
  • Module 3- Step down DC Chopper with R Load
  • Module 4- Example on Step Down DC Chopper with R Load
  • Module 5- Generation of Duty Cycle
  • Module 6- Switching Techniques
  • Module 7- Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load Part 1
  • Module 8- Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load Part 2
  • Module 9- Example 1 on Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load
  • Module 10- Example 2 on Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load
  • Module 11- Step Up DC Chopper with R or RL Load

...and many more

Unit 5- Fundamentals of Inverters

  • Module 1- Introduction to Inverters
  • Module 2- Definition of Inverters
  • Module 3- Importance and Applications of Inverters
  • Module 4- Single Phase Half Bridge R-Load
  • Module 5- Single Phase Half Bridge RL- Load
  • Module 6- Performance Parameters of an Inverter
  • Module 7- Example on Single Phase Half Bridge
  • Module 8- Single Phase Bridge Inverter R- Load
  • Module 9- Single Phase Bridge Inverter RL- Load
  • Module 10- Example on Single Phase Bridge Inverter
  • Module 11- Three Phase Inverters and Obtaining the Line Voltages
  • Module 12- Threee Phase Inverters and Obtaining The Phase Voltages
  • Module 13- Example on Three Phase Inverters
  • Module 14- Single Pulse Width Modulation
  • Module 15- Multiple Pulse Width Modulation
  • Module 16- Example on Multiple Pulse Width Modulation
  • Module 17- Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation
  • Module 18- Industrial Inverter

***Course 05: Fundamentals of Supercharger Automobile Engineering***


  • Introduction
  • Hisory & Basic working of Supercharger

Advantages & Main components of Superchargers

  • Advantages of Superchargers
  • Key components of Superchargers

Types of Superchargers

  • Types of Superchargers
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Brand names & Models

  • Brand names & Models

Once you have successfully completed Aerospace Engineering, you will be given a certificate of completion as evidence of your achievement. You'll get 5 PDF certificates for FREE, and the hard copy certificates are available for £12 each.

Who is this course for?

The Aerospace Engineering Bundle course is primarily for motivated learners looking to add a new skill to their CV and stand head and shoulders above the competition. Anyone of any academic background can enrol on this Aerospace Engineering course. However, this Aerospace Engineering course is preferable for:

  • Individuals interested in mechanical engineering in general
  • Individuals who want to understand how aircraft fly and their main components
  • Individuals who want to work with Aerospace related Projects in the future confidently
  • Recent graduates


  • No prior experience required to enrol in this Aerospace Engineering Bundle.
  • Only a strong will to learn and an internet-enabled device is needed to master these Aerospace Engineering skills

Career path

Anyone with an interest in Aerospace Engineering will find our comprehensive course beneficial. Master the necessary skills to take a step closer to success with our Aerospace Engineering bundle. Enhance your skills and explore opportunities such as —

  • Quality Engineer (£30k - £35k Per Annum)
  • Space Project Manager ((£40k - £60k Per Annum)
  • Aerospace Engineer (£25k - £50k Per Annum)

And many more!

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What qualification do I need to start basic aircraft braking.wheels,tyres


Hi Parninder, this is a self-development course and the course is CPDQS accredited. This course will help you gain knowledge about the relevant field. Thank you.

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