Aeronautical engineering Interview Questions Part 2

Aeronautical engineering Interview Questions Part 2
1.why the fuselage of the pressurized aircraft is made of circular cross section?
2.Can we put engines on the end of a wing? if not, then why?
3.why we use delta connection in primary and star connection in an distribution transformer,which converts 400V a.c voltage to 33KV?
4.what is ram jet?
5.why you would like to join the aviation industry?
6.Does n't simplification of complex honeycomb designed for thermal protection system of areusable launch vehicle jeopardize the accuracy of results?
7.Why insulating tiles on reusable launch vehicles must be isolated from one another?
8.Are thermal protection systems of space crafts commonly composed of one panel or a collection of smaller tiles?
9.why are all shear loads and twisting moments set to zero for the preliminary design phase of TPS?
10.How difficult is to mould and shape graphite epoxiescompared with alloys or ceramica that may be used for thermal protective applications?
11.what are the selected criteria for design of the thermal protection system for the second generation RLV?
12.what is a liquid metal?
13.what is the highest temperature the space shuttle undersurface experiences during its mission?
14.why the stall of the swept wing tends to occur at the tips first?
15.why the fuselage of the pressurized aircraft is made of circular cross section?
16.Can we put engines on the end of a wing? if not, then why?
17.What is ram jet?
18.Why refrigeration is done inside aircraft, and why aircraft body is made of aluminums?
19.Does not simplification of complex honeycomb designed for thermal protection system of are usable launch vehicles jeopardize the accuracy of results?
20.Are thermal protection systems of space crafts commonly composed of one panel or a collection of smaller tiles?
21.What is the highest temperature the space shuttle undersurface experiences during its mission?
22.Explain how you overcame a major obstacle?
23.What is SPICE? Where was it developed?
24.What are the three tactical elements of electronic warfare?
25.What are the main areas in Aviation?
26.What is the requirement to become a Professional Engineer (PE) in the field of Aerospace?
27.What made you choose aerospace engineer line as your career?
28.Explain the day to day responsibilities of Aerospace engineering?
29.Explain the differences between Aeronautical Engineering and astronautically engineering?
30.What do you understand by Aerodynamics/performance analysis?
31.What will be the responsibility of the spacecraft operations, dynamics and controls?
32.What is the testing done in aerospace engineering?
33.How would you handle if your co-worker is not co-operating with you?
34.What would you do if your Captain is not following the instructions properly?
35.When can one deviate from any flight rules and regulations?
36.What if you loose the medical round of interview for your pilot position?
37.Are you prepared for unexpected turbulence?
38.When a pilot is assigned a speed, how much can one deviate from that speed?
39.Without Air Traffic Control, what is the minimum descent rate you can descend the plane?
40.You are about to take off the plane in few seconds and a catastrophic engine fails, and your captain tells you not to take off and just stay in the centre line. What would you do?
41.Can you miss the clearance limit and loose the commands from the Air Craft Officer?
42.How would you handle the extreme pressure during emergency situation if you know that plane is not safe and it might crash anytime?
43.How important is to get the passengers switch off the mobile phones and laptops during land off? What could be the consequences?
44.How many types of emergency landings are there and explain?
45.How important are Aeronautical Engineers to today's society?
46.What are the fringe benefits of aerospace engineering?
47.What are the disadvantages of being in aerospace industry?
48.What are the three tactical elements of electronic warfare?
49.What are the main areas in Aviation?
50.What is the requirement to become a Professional Engineer (PE) in the field of Aerospace?
51.Explain the differences between Aeronautical Engineering and astronautical engineering?
52.Does the knowledge of mathematics of Science is required to get into aerospace engineering?
53.What do you understand by Aerodynamics/performance analysis?
54.What will be the responsibility of the spacecraft operations, dynamics, and controls?
55.What would you do if your Captain were not following the instructions properly?
56.When can one deviate from any flight rules and regulations?
57.What if you loose the medical round or interview for your pilot position?
58.Are you prepared for unexpected turbulence?
59.When a pilot is assigned a speed, how much can one deviate from that speed?
60.Without Air Traffic Control, what is the minimum descent rate you can descend the plane?
61.You are about to take off the plane in few seconds and a catastrophic engine fails, and your captain tells you not to take off and just stay in the center line. What would you do?
62.Can you miss the clearance limit and loose the commands from the Air Craft Officer?
63.How would you handle the extreme pressure during emergency if you know that plane is not safe and it might crash anytime?
64.How important is to get the passengers switch off the mobile phones and laptops during land off. What could be the consequences?
65.How many types of emergency landings are there and explain?
66.How important are Aeronautical Engineers to todays society?
67.What interests and abilities would help some one as an Aerospace engineer?
68.What are the disadvantages of being in aerospace industry?
69.What operational benefits do hydraulic actuator/rate controls have over gas charged units?
70.How do I decide which is the best technology to solve my vibration isolation problem?
71.What is isolation efficiency?
72.What is noise?
73.How can noise be reduced?
74.What is excitation frequency?
75.What is natural frequency?
76.What is resonance?
77.What is fragility?
78.What is damping?
79.What is critical damping?
80.What is damping factor?
81.What is coulomb damping?
82.What is an Aerospace Engineer?
83.What is an Astronautical Engineer?
84.What is an Aerospace Team?
85.How does static electricity affect radomes?
86.What is loss factor?
87.How much damping can be expected from a Wire Rope Isolator (WRI)?
88.Does Enidine Incorporated manufacture Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) for corrosive environments?
89.Do the Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) provide the same stiffness in tension and compression?
90.What type of mounting option should I select on a Wire Rope Isolator (WRI)?
91.What does the WR series number represent on standard Wire Rope Isolator (WRI)?
92.Do the three digit Wire Rope Isolator (WRI) model index numbers have any meaning?
93.Does the Wire Rope Isolator dash number at the end of the model number have meaning?
94.How do Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) compare to elastomers regarding use over a broad temperature range?
95.Are elastomeric parts or Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) better for severe shock applications?
96.Are elastomeric parts or Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) better suited to very specific multi axis stiffness requirements?
97.Which is better suited for high frequency vibration, an elastomer or Wire Rope Isolator (WRI)?
98.Are elastomers or Wire Rope Isolators (WRI) better suited for severe fluid contamination?

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