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Aircraft Design Engineer Interview

12 Questions and Answers Written by Professional Interviewers

Question 1 of 12
Why do you want a career as an aircraft design engineer?
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Question 2 of 12
What was your greatest accomplishment as an aircraft design engineer?
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I had worked on preliminary design for MLG support structure for an aircraft. One of the components would not clear the analysis and required design changes. On the subsequent brain storming sessions conducted with the clients I suggested a change to the component which significantly changed the deformation patterns and allowed the component to clear.
Question 3 of 12
What was your biggest disappointment as an aircraft design engineer?
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Career opportunities are very scarce in aviation sector also most Indian companies still prefer mechanical engineers over aeronautical to reduce costs.
Question 4 of 12
How do you evaluate success?
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Success is achieving daily targets you have set for yourself.
Question 5 of 12
Considering the investment our company will do to prepare you professionally, can you give us a reason to hire you?
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I have substantially more experience than freshers in aviation technology sector compared to freshers. And my grasping abilities were very good which was noted by my employers in the past and I was recognized for this by the couple of achievements award given to me for the extra contribution to the work. My previous employment has improved my skills set and also work ethics Hence I believe I can contribute substantially more towards the growth of the company.
Question 6 of 12
What do you feel is the most important skill an aircraft design engineer should possess?
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An aircraft engineer should possess foresight and patience. We encounter a lot of difficulties in our work quite a lot of them can be avoided if the preparations are done in a more detailed and organized manner. Patience is to not get emotions bundled up on not getting expected results.
Question 7 of 12
What are you doing to keep current in technology?
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I am currently self studying composite structure analysis and fatigue crack analysis.
Question 8 of 12
Describe a time when you used your engineering knowledge to solve a problem for which there appeared to be no answer.
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The problem we encountered was an FE problem. The standard boundary conditions used for the problem were not giving correct results especially for the micro analysis required for fatigue. A more substantially detailed FE model was required with different boundary condition to replicate the real life scenario for that component.
Question 9 of 12
What single project or task would you consider the most significant accomplishment in your career so far?
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My project work in the previous company where I worked. We worked on the certification of wing components of a new aircraft. The contribution that I have given to that project was substantial. And I would say I have gained a lot of experience and knowledge from it.
Question 10 of 12
What engineering skills have you developed or improved upon during the past year?
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I have been studying coding languages, composites, Wind turbine technology.
Question 11 of 12
What area of engineering do you find most challenging?
Question 12 of 12
Tell me about the most challenging engineering project that you have been involved with during past year.
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I have not worked on projects as such in the past year. But as self improvement I have been trying to learn coding to develop tools for myself. It has been quite challenging.

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