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Old   August 26, 2006, 03:49
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I also Wanna know about the career path in aerospace and otherfield. Can any body with Bachlors in Aerospace can opt for graduate studies in Chemical or any other field. would it be good for him ? same as for person who has bachlors in chemical and he wants to opt for graduate studies in Aerospace? would it be benificial for him? and will universities will allow him?????
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Old   August 27, 2006, 09:38
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No he can not. Chemical Engg cant go for aerospace. There is basic difference in concept of both Enggs. Read out this:

M.Sc. Process Engineering This program (five-semester full time M.Sc.) addresses the analysis and design, operation and control considerations of process systems generally dealt with in the field of Chemical Engineering, and therefore has a technical content relevant to the needs of the modern Chemical Engineering profession, and closely reflects the skills and capabilities of our current faculty. The program has been arranged into three related yet independent streams:

Process Modeling and Control Chemical and Mineral Processing Environmental Engineering by providing a list of electives that allow students to place an emphasis on a particular aspect of the curriculum

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Old   August 27, 2006, 09:40
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The Objective and Thrust of the Department

The Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering (DCME) consists of a strong faculty of scientists and engineers, most of whom possess Ph.D. degrees from renowned overseas universities. The faculty members have academic backgrounds and relevant specializations in the areas of Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Minerals Engineering, and Basic and Applied Chemistry. This rich amalgam of various disciplines is the strength of our department-allowing us to pursue R&D and conducting postgraduate academic and research programs in the general direction of Materials Processing.

This is from my university web site. So i think you should go for Aerospace materials. It is according to your capibilites
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Old   August 27, 2006, 09:42
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It means I was totaly fraud
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Old   August 27, 2006, 14:01
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Plz Some body take away Ejaz from this forum. He is the problem person.
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Old   August 27, 2006, 23:07
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Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering offers programs of study leading to the Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. Students follow a thesis or non-thesis executive program option. A student who elects the thesis option will be required to present a thesis based upon an original investigation for which six (6) credits must be earned toward a total requirement of thirty (30) credits in an approved program of study. For the non-thesis Executive Program option, a student must earn thirty-two (32) credits in an approved program of study and complete a project. In the non-thesis Executive Program, which is oriented toward industrial needs, students take at least one course in technology management as part of their required courses for the M.S. in Chemical Engineering.

A chemical engineer with a M.S. degree obtains graduate education that provides the graduate with an in-depth understanding of the chemistry, mathematics, and physical laws describing systems at both the molecular level and the macroscopic level. With this knowledge, the chemical engineer is expected to be able to participate in interdisciplinary research, development, and implementation of new and improved technologies in areas such as: biotechnology, catalysis, chemical technology, combustion, , electronics, environmental issues, high-performance materials, and nanotechnology. A student who does not have a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering will be expected to makeup any deficiencies before pursuing graduate courses. The current research interest of the faculty can be found on the departmental webpage at www.hpcnet.org/sdsmt/department/chem.

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Old   August 28, 2006, 07:32
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Yes he can. Aerospace (like automotive) engineering requires now to be more energy efficient. They need to know about fluid thermodynamics, fuel evaporation, change of phase, heat transfer, fuel cells. A car or a plane is jut a process with pipes, combustion chamber, valves, catalysts, heat exchangers, etc...

Aerospace engineers now need to know how to calculte entropy, enthalpy, exergy, mass/heat balance, loss by friction, how to select new materials, etc...

It will be much easier for a chemical engineer to work on improving a fluid distribution system or the thermal managment of a modern plane than an aerospace engineer to work on improving a distillation column.

Now, some people who do not actually know the contents of courses and requirment from each industry might say it is not possible. They're just wrong or simply bureaucratic.

Gary

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Old   August 28, 2006, 11:43
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yes he can do the thermal managment better. But Can he Design a Engine or can he desing an Aeroplane. I am not saying that he cant work with aerospace engg. I just wanna say like electrical engineer has more grip on electrical system of aeroplane which aerospace engg does not have.

more over he has also studied the electrnoics, electrical and english courses. would u suggest that he go and take responsibility for electronics, electrical or even go higher studies in english.

For example out of 44-50 subject of undergrade you have studied most of the subject (30+) about chemical and one or subjects about other fields, that does not mean you work all those field. these courses just give u vocubalry to talk with those specilized engineer. for example If some aerospace engg wants a more materials then he wil just tell you i need these properties in this direction etc. now its chemical engg work how he design a new material. thats why chemical engg also study some basis principles of stress and strain. that is purely to communite not to work as specialt.

now i think you got the point
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Old   August 28, 2006, 14:56
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going to school is for "learning to learn", you are just putting people into boxes. You will never learn your job at school or University. You can get prettu close but it never really happens. What is important is to try to do what you want and what you like using your knowledge. It is totally ok to change course on the way.
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Old   August 30, 2006, 00:48
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