Avg. Base Salary (USD)
The average salary for an Aerospace Stress Engineer is $76,668
What Do Aerospace Stress Engineers Do?
Aerospace stress engineers usually have at least a bachelor's degree in aerospace or a related engineering field and are well-versed in physics, mathematics, and chemistry, as most of their college courses are centered around these studies to design safe, ecologically-friendly aircraft. Low fuel costs and a lightweight structure are usually key features to consider, and they must also try to predict any possible failures during a flight and make necessary changes to structure and design to …Read more
- Perform structural analysis and analyze structural engineering data.
- Provide input for improvement of department procedures, controls, flows and systems.
- Develop, create, and implement test procedures.
- Create stress analysis packages including stress notes, formal certification reports, and design changes.