Definition of Aeronautical engineer
1. Noun. An engineer concerned with the design and construction of aircraft.
Specialized synonyms: Mitchell, R. J. Mitchell, Reginald Joseph Mitchell, Frank Whittle, Sir Frank Whittle, Whittle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aeronautical Engineer
Literary usage of Aeronautical engineer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the International Conference on Aerial Navigation, Held in (1894)
"aeronautical engineer, BALLOON FARM, FRANKFORT, NY, USA NOVEL BALLOON EXPERIMENTS. Celerity of Movement in Oas Vessels. THE chief object of Ihis paper is to ..."
2. Aeronautical Engineering and Airplane Design by Alexander Klemin, Thomas Henri Huff (1918)
"It is important for the aeronautical engineer and for every student of aerodynamics to have at his disposal exact definitions of such terms as lift, ..."
3. The Aerospace Year Book (1919)
"It was as the youngest practical aeronautical engineer in the country that Mr. Waterhouse flew in 1911, and opened an opportunity to join the Curtiss ..."
4. Aircraft Production: Hearings, Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session (1918)
"Was the defect you have referred to one which an aeronautical engineer would ... Would a skilled aeronautical engineer have built these planes with the ribs ..."
5. Aero and Hydro: America's Aviation Weekly by Aero Club of Illinois (1912)
"ENGINEER—aeronautical engineer and practical machinist with ME degree, several years' experience. Address HWA, care Aero, 140 Nassau St., New York. ..."
6. Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress: Held in London, 1895 (1896)
"If we now put this question to the aeronautical engineer, placing before him the requirements •iiat ought to be fulfilled, we can expect to obtain an answer ..."