Aircraft Performance is the study of how an aircraft can perform, from ensuring it is safe and efficient all the way to doing top notch stunts. An Aircraft Performance Engineer will take into consideration a wide variety of factors, such as thrust, drag, stall speed, control responsiveness, speed, altitude limitations and capacity - just to name a few. They are able to do this by taking the aircraft’s properties into account such as its weight and balance, aerodynamics, engine limits environmental effects and more.
Here's some projects that our expert Aircraft Performance Engineer made real:
- Working with aerospace engineers to produce weight and balance results
- Accounting for environmental effects in terms of aircraft performance
- Developing control responsiveness system models
- Simulating fluid behaviour around airfoils on a 2D basis
There's nothing quite like being in the air with an aircraft entirely of your own design. With an Aircraft Performance Engineer your dreams can become reality. No matter what you need when it comes to handling an aircraft’s performance - from ensuring the safety of the passengers to breaking speed records - our experts are here to help get you there! So if you need an experienced Aircraft Performance Engineer for your project just post it on Freelancer.com today!Sur 374 commentaires, les clients ont évalué nos Aircraft Performance Engineers 4.92 sur 5 étoiles.
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