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4th International Conference on Aerospace, Defense and Mechanical Engineering, will be organized around the theme “Advancing Innovation for Aviation Development”
Aerospace 2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Aerospace 2022
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Aerospace sector deals with the human effort in science, engineering and business to fly in the atmosphere of Earth (aeronautics) and surrounding space (astronautics). Aerospace organizations research, design, manufacture, operates, or maintains aircraft and/or spacecraft. Aerospace activity is very diverse, with a multitude of commercial, industrial and military applications. Aerospace engineering has two important and overlapping branches Aeronautical and Astronautically Engineering respectively. The Field Aerospace Engineering will address to the need of clean technologies that involve carbon capture and storage, investment in renewable sources of energy, alternative fuels are seen as vital R&D needs of the World. Space technology has become increasingly important after the great development and rapid progress in information and communication technology as well as the technology of space exploration.. The research institutions fulfil a key role within the aerospace activities because the development of aviation and space missions is based on a continues technological progress affecting a variety of disciplines such as aerodynamics, propulsion, materials, avionics, communication, airports, air navigation, etc. The research activity is fundamentally fulfilled at universities, aerospace companies, and public institutions.
- Track 1-1Aeronautical engineering
- Track 1-2Astronautical engineering
- Track 1-3Electrotechnology
- Track 1-4Aeroelasticity
- Track 1-5ATC (Air Traffic Control)
Aeronautics is the study of the science of flight. Aeronautics is the method of designing an airplane or other flying machine. There are four basic areas that aeronautical engineers must understand in order to be able to design planes. To design a plane, engineers must understand all of these elements. These include Stability and control, Materials and structures, Propulsion and Aerodynamics. Aeronautical engineering deals with construction, design, as well as the study of aircraft that is purposed to stay within the atmosphere of the earth, while performing the necessary operations and tasks. These aircrafts include helicopters and airplanes. Aeronautics underlies the study, design, and manufacture of airplanes or other aviation vehicles. Aeronautics also includes research into methods for aircraft operation within the earth's atmosphere. Aeronautical engineers apply principles and concepts of engineering to create new aircraft containing the most current and sophisticated technologies. A significant part of is a branch of dynamics called aerodynamics, which deals with the motion of air and the way that it interacts with objects in motion, such as an aircraft.
- Track 2-1Aeronautical physics
- Track 2-2ATC (Air Traffic Control)
- Track 2-3Airfoil Technology
- Track 2-4Aircraft structures
Astronautical engineering is the broad application of science and engineering to aerospace operations. Astronautical engineering often deals with the main design, manufacturing, as well as the science of aircraft needed in order to perform and function outside the atmosphere of the earth. This sub field of aerospace engineering generally deals with space stations and rocket satellites. As with aeronautics, the restrictions of mass, temperatures, and external forces require that applications in space survive extreme conditions. Extreme constraints on mass cause astronautical engineers to face the constant need to save mass in the design in order to maximize the actual payload that reaches orbit. Although many regard astronautics itself as a rather specialized subject it has many distinct fields which comprises of Astrodynamics, Spacecraft propulsion, Spacecraft design, Space environment etc.
- Track 3-1Astrodynamics
- Track 3-2Spacecraft design
- Track 3-3Atmospheric entry
- Track 3-4Spacecraft propulsion
It is a field that explains about the specialized side of aviation missions instead of flight preparing or support administration. It Includes Communications satellite applications, Remote detecting satellite applications, Navigation satellite applications, Satellite and launcher innovation, Ultra-wideband advances for space applications, Science and stargazing and Astrobiology.
- Track 4-1Communications satellite applications
- Track 4-2Remote sensing satellite applications
- Track 4-3Navigation satellite applications
- Track 4-4Satellite and launcher technology
- Track 4-5Ultra wideband technologies for space applications
- Track 4-6Science & astronomy
- Track 4-7Astrobiology
- Track 5-1Critical fluid connective flow
- Track 5-2Mach Regimes
- Track 5-3Astrodynamics
- Track 5-4Computational fluid dynamics
- Track 5-5Fluid-solid mechanics
- Track 5-6In compressible Fluids
- Track 5-7Fluid Kinematics
- Track 6-1Wind tunnel
- Track 6-2Flight Envelope
- Track 6-3Supercritical Wings
- Track 6-4Supersonic Flight
- Track 6-5Projectile Aerodynamics
- Track 6-6Aero-elastic Modelling
Avionics is a field concerned with all electrical equipment used in missiles, aircraft and spacecraft. Avionics deals with components the pilot directly uses, such as weather, navigation, radar, and radio communication equipment. In addition, avionics also encompasses of other electronic systems not directly used by the pilot like the ones for control and monitoring of flight and engine performance.
- Track 7-1Navigation Systems
- Track 7-2Autopilots and flight management system
- Track 7-3Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Track 7-4Avionics Systems Integration
Heat transfer happens usually by three methods. Conduction in solids, Convection in fluids (liquids or gases) and radiation through anything that will allow radiation to pass. These selection of method used to transfer heat is usually done by considering the efficiency delivered. Heat Transfer plays a major role in designing aerospace vehicles since high heat generation occurs during its operation.
- Track 8-1Aerodynamic heating
- Track 8-2Aerothermodynamics
- Track 8-3Heat transfer in electronic equipment
- Track 8-4Heat transfer in fire and combustion
- Track 8-5Heat transfer in multiphase systems
- Track 9-1Thermoacoustics
- Track 9-2Computational Aeroacoustics
- Track 9-3Aeroacoustic measurements
- Track 9-4Aerodynamic sound mitigation
- Track 9-5Sonic Boom
- Track 9-6Acoustic-vortical waves
Propulsion refers to a method used to accelerate space crafts and aircrafts. There are many different methods. Each method has drawbacks and advantages, and spacecraft propulsion is an active area of research. However, most spacecraft today are propelled by forcing a gas from the back/rear of the vehicle at very high speed.
- Track 10-1Hybrid Rockets
- Track 10-2Non conventional Propulsion Techniques
- Track 10-3Solid and Liquid Propellants
- Track 10-4Nuclear Thermal Rocket Technology
- Track 10-5Electric Propulsion
- Track 10-6Rocket engines
- Track 10-7Air Breathing Propulsion
The UAV is an acronym for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, which is an aircraft with no pilot on board. UAVs can be remote controlled aircraft (e.g. flown by a pilot at a ground control station) or can fly autonomously based on pre-programmed flight plans or more complex dynamic automation systems. UAVs are currently used for a number of missions, including reconnaissance and attack roles. For the purposes of this article, and to distinguish UAVs from missiles, a UAV is defined as being capable of controlled, sustained level flight and powered by a jet or reciprocating engine. Also a cruise missile can be considered to be a UAV, but is treated separately on the basis that the vehicle is the weapon. The acronym UAV has been expanded in some cases to UAVS (Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle System). The FAA has adopted the acronym UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) to reflect the fact that these complex systems include ground stations and other elements besides the actual air borne vehicles.
- Track 11-1Aerodynamics and air frame configurations
- Track 11-2Design for stealth
- Track 11-3Payload types
- Track 11-4Control station for UAV
- Track 11-5Communication between Control station and UAV
- Track 11-6Control and Stability of UAV
- Track 11-7State Space Control
- Track 12-1Thermal Protection System
- Track 12-2Remotely controlled airship design
- Track 12-3Bio inspired and bio-mimetic micro flyers
- Track 12-4Trajectory optimization for stratospheric airship
- Track 12-5Electric aircraft concept for unmanned air vehicles and military aviation
- Track 12-6Design and modelling of solar-powered aircrafts
- Track 12-7Hydrogen powered aircrafts- future technology
Aircraft stability deals with the ability to keep an aircraft in the air in the chosen flight attitude. Aircraft control deals with the ability to change the flight direction and attitude of an aircraft. Both these issues must be investigated during the preliminary design process. Stability and control are not design criteria, in other words, civil aircraft are not designed specifically for stability and control. They are designed for performance. Once a preliminary design that meets the performance criteria is created, then its stability is assessed and its control is designed.
- Track 13-1Vibration Control Engineering
- Track 13-2Static analysis
- Track 13-3Dynamic Analysis
- Track 13-4Aircraft dynamics
- Track 13-5Control of Aircraft Motions
Mechanics of space flight deals with motion of space vehicles. These include satellites, probes and capsules, which belong to the category of non-winged re-entry vehicles (RV-NW), orbiters from the category of winged re-entry vehicles (RV-W), but also air breathing cruise and acceleration vehicles (CAV).Flight mechanics is the application of Newton’s laws (F=ma and M=Iα) to the study of vehicle trajectories (performance), stability, and aerodynamic control. This field includes research that establishes new theoretical results, defines new computational algorithms, performs unique analysis and experiments, and creates technology that changes engineering practice. Advancements from this research are applied to airplanes, rotorcraft, launch vehicles, satellites, space probes, missiles, projectiles, parachutes, Para foils, the air transportation system, and others.
- Track 14-1Satellite Tracking
- Track 14-2Orbital Maneuvers
- Track 14-3Trajectory analysis
- Track 14-4Stability and control
- Track 14-5Flight controls
SpaceX is developing a family of launch vehicles intended to reduce the cost and increase the reliability of access to space. The SpaceX design and manufacturing facilities are located in Southern California, near the Los Angeles airport, and the propulsion development and structural test facilities are located in Central Texas. The Falcon 9 is a 2-stage launch vehicle powered by LOX/RP engines. The first stage generates 765,000 1bf of thrust (sea-level) using nine Merlin engines, and the second stage generates 96,000 1bf (vacuum) using a single Merlin engine. Both stages use gimbaled engines for guidance. Falcon 9 offers engine-out capability for the first stage.
- Track 15-1Planets and Moon
- Track 15-2Solar System
- Track 15-3Space weather
- Track 15-4Asteroids and comets
- Track 15-5Mars Exploration
- Track 15-6Robotics Application
- Track 15-7Astrophysics
Materials Science and Engineering is an acclaimed scientific discipline, expanding in recent decades to surround polymers, ceramics, glass, composite materials and biomaterials. Materials science and engineering, involves the discovery and design of new materials. Many of the most pressing scientific problems humans currently face are due to the limitations of the materials that are available and, as a result, major breakthroughs in materials science are likely to affect the future of technology significantly. Materials scientists lay stress on understanding how the history of a material influences its structure, and thus its properties and performance. All engineered products from airplanes to musical instruments, alternative energy sources related to ecologically-friendly manufacturing processes, medical devices to artificial tissues, computer chips to data storage devices and many more are made from materials. In fact, all new and altered materials are often at the heart of product innovation in highly diverse applications. The global market is projected to reach $6,000 million by 2020 and lodge a CAGR of 10.2% between 2015 and 2020 in terms of worth. The North American region remains the largest market, accompanied by Asia-Pacific. The Europe market is estimated to be growth at a steady rate due to economic redeem in the region along with the expanding concern for the building insulation and energy savings.
- Track 16-1Electrical and magnetic properties of materials
- Track 16-2Theory of alloys
- Track 16-3Deformation of materials
- Track 16-4Organic materials
- Track 16-5Heat treatment
- Track 16-6Phase transformation
- Track 16-7Semiconductor materials
- Track 17-1Earth Observation Satellites
- Track 17-2Mobile Satellite Technology
- Track 17-3Space Communication and Navigation
- Track 18-1Control Engineering
- Track 18-2Industrial Automation
- Track 18-3Robotics
- Track 18-4Micro-Electro-Mechanical System
Climate Change refers to change in average weather conditions. Climate change is caused by biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, Plate Tectonics, and volcanic eruptions . Weather Forecasting is the application of science and technology to predict the state of the atmosphere for a given location. Weather warnings are important forecasts because they are used to protect life and property. However, satellite imagery can also undergo various types of quantitative processing to obtain information on important Meteorological variables such as wind speed and direction, cloud height, surface temperature, sea ice cover, vegetation cover, precipitation, etc.
- Track 19-1Weather Forecasting Satellite Payloads
- Track 19-2Image Processing and Analysis
- Track 19-3Weather Forecasting Satellite Applications
- Track 19-4Weather Forecasting Satellite Missions