|Feb29-12, 09:54 PM||#1|
"engine and control systems" vs "powertrain"
I am interested in working for a person in charge of "powertrains" on cars, and I have an interview for a co-op opportunity to work with someone in charge of aviation "engine and control systems"
how much would these things overlap?
i guess both of them are a sub-discipline of mechatronics?
|Mar5-12, 05:59 PM||#2|
like all engines they will have lots of similarities, just look at the amount of car companies that also make aviation engines, but they also have differences: transmissions for instance. What exactly are you trying to do with both or is it a choice between them?
|Mar6-12, 06:53 PM||#3|
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