27–29 July 2015
Hilton Orlando, Orlando, Florida

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  • Headlines from AIAA Propulsion and Energy 2015

    Headlines from AIAA Propulsion and Energy 2015

    Learn what's taking place in Orlando, Florida, 27–29 July. More...

  • Engineers juggle work, personal obligations

    Engineers juggle work, personal obligations

    31 July 2015
    A panel of university and NASA aerospace experts at the Propulsion and Energy 2015 forum traded ideas about how to improve work-life balance... More...

  • What engineers should do when media comes calling

    What engineers should do when media comes calling

    29 July 2015
    Speak simply. Be clear. Know your facts. That was the advice given to engineers by media representatives... More...

  • Model-based design reshaping Disney parks

    Model-based design reshaping Disney parks

    29 July 2015
    Engineers can be a great asset to creative storytelling, and model-based design and engineering are helping to reshape The Walt Disney Co. theme parks, said Michael Tschanz,.. More...

  • How to recruit, retain and inspire the next generation of aerospace engineers

    How to recruit, retain and inspire the next generation of aerospace engineers

    29 July 2015
    Data shows that the aerospace industry is having trouble keeping young technical talent, and panelists at the 2015 AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum discussed ways to address that problem.... More...

  • Kennedy Space Center evolves to serve new generation of space explorers

    Kennedy Space Center evolves to serve new generation of space explorers

    29 July 2015
    Long considered the nerve center of the U.S. space program, the site of NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, has witnessed every manned mission the U.S. has started... More...

  • Computational fluid dynamic researchers and experimental fluid dynamics researchers must work together

    Computational fluid dynamic researchers and experimental fluid dynamics researchers must work together

    29 July 2015
    Government and aerospace industry experts debated the merits of computational fluid dynamics modeling and experimental fluid dynamics modeling... More...

  • Constraints on wind tunnel testing frustrate engineers

    Constraints on wind tunnel testing frustrate engineers

    29 July 2015
    Wind tunnels have been a key part of the testing and validation process in aerospace for a long time. However, the operational capacity of those systems is being threatened by several outside forces... More...

  • Digitization, electrification and additive manufacturing to revolutionize propulsion and energy

    Digitization, electrification and additive manufacturing to revolutionize propulsion and energy

    28 July 2015
    Whether with aircraft, space launch vehicles or missile systems platforms, the aerospace propulsion and energy sector is undergoing dramatic changes sure to revolutionize the industry... More...

  • Diagnosing the high costs of rockets, satellites and airplanes

    Diagnosing the high costs of rockets, satellites and airplanes

    28 July 2015
    Why are government satellites, rockets and aircraft so darn expensive? The answer can be boiled down to a single word: Fear — fear of test failures; fear of bid protests; fear of losing political support... More...

  • Global collaboration for aerospace companies is result of market, brings advantages

    Global collaboration for aerospace companies is result of market, brings advantages

    28 July 2015
    The global collaboration panel at the 2015 AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum, moderated by James G. Maser, vice president of strategy, marketing and business development with Pratt & Whitney... More...

  • In-space propulsion investments are all about the return on investment

    In-space propulsion investments are all about the return on investment

    27 July 2015
    “Competition in the global space-propulsion market continues to increase as industry continues to invest in technology and strategy and as agencies use tech programs to push the boundaries,” said Mitchell Walker... More...

  • Electric airliners: Finding the missing ingredients

    Electric airliners: Finding the missing ingredients

    27 July 2015
    Creating an electric passenger plane capable of carrying more than 100 people will require persistence and an unprecedented cross-domain collaboration... More...

  • Future of propulsion and power is lighter, cooler, faster and gobal

    Future of propulsion and power is lighter, cooler, faster and gobal

    27 July 2015
    Christopher “Chris” Lorence, general manager of engineering technologies with GE Aviation, kicked off the 2015 AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum in Orlando, Florida... More...

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