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aerodynamics engineer





Aerodynamics engineers perform aerodynamics analysis to make sure the designs of transport equipment meet aerodynamics and performance requirements. They contribute to designing engine and engine components, and issue technical reports for the engineering staff and customers. They coordinate with other engineering departments to check that designs perform as specified. Aerodynamics engineers conduct research to assess adaptability of equipment and materials. They also analyse proposals to evaluate production time and feasibility.

Scope note

Includes people working in aircraft designing. Includes people working in the automotive and rolling stock industry.

Alternative Labels

aerodynamic engineer

aerodynamic engineering adviser

aerodynamic engineering consultant

aerodynamic engineering expert

aerodynamic engineering specialist


aerodynamics design engineer

aerodynamics engineer

aerodynamics performance engineer

aerodynamics research engineer

aerodynamics test engineer

aerodynamic technology engineer

aerodynamic technology engineering adviser

aerodynamic technology engineering consultant

aerodynamic technology engineering expert

aerodynamic technology engineering specialist

air vehicle dynamics engineer

CFD engineer

computational fluid dynamics engineer

wind tunnel engineer

Regulatory Aspect

To see if and how this occupation is regulated in EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland please consult the Regulated Professions Database of the Commission. Regulated Professions Database: