Education

You can work collectively with the AFRL's National Aerospace Fuels Research Complex, the DoD, the DoE and NASA to advance the turbine engine and take engineering courses in fuels, combustion and propulsion systems. Various forms of student financial aid are available.

MULTIDISCIPLINARY
  • Mechanical and aerospace engineering.
  • Chemical and materials engineering.
  • Electro-optics program.
  • Chemistry, physics and mathematics.
PARTIAL COURSE LISTING
Fuels
    • Aerospace fuels science
    • Introduction to combustion and fuels
Combustion
    • Introduction to combustion and fuels
    • Combustion theory
Related topics
    • Advanced propulsion systems
    • Convective heat and mass transfer
    • Turbulence
CONTINUING EDUCATION
  • Fuel properties and test methods
  • Fuel handling and field analysis
  • Gas turbine combustion
  • Emissions reduction
STUDENT INTERNSHIPS
  • AFRL and industry programs
  • International student exchange
DISTINCTIVE GRADUATES
  • Facilities for student projects (AFRL)
  • Co-op opportunities with industry (GE-AE)
SCHOLAR/ADJUNCT EXCHANGE
  • Government labs (AFRL and NASA)
  • Industry (GE-AE, Boeing, BP/Shell)
  • DAGSI collaboration
  • International collaboration (Cranfield University, RollsRoyce., U.K.)

Contact

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Kettering Laboratories 462 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0113

937-229-4001 

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