Multidisciplinary Engineering Approach
Aerospace Engineering has a long tradition of being a multi-disciplinary engineering approach to problem solving. From the late 1890s and Otto Lilienthal's glider experiments, to the very early 1900s and Samuel Langley's ill-fated flight developments and tests, to the ground-breaking engineering achievements of Orville and Wilbur Wright, the key to aviation and aerospace success was coming to grips with the critical balances of aerodynamics, propulsion, flight dynamics, stability and control, among the key.
Whether your problems and challenges are in aerospace engineering, or some other field, the approach of integrating disciplines sets the boundaries on "the box," and allows for "out-of-box" solutions to be achieved in a timely and useful way.
What are the key elements to consider?
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