The second semester is a continuation of the first semester where obviously It focuses on Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, and general knowledge about Aeronautics.
This module introduces you to the numerical methods which are techniques by which the mathematical problems involved with the engineering analysis cannot readily or possibly be solved by analytical methods such as
Navier–Stokes equation in Fluid Mechanics and Maxwell's equations in Electromagnetic Waves.
This module gives you a good background in thermodynamics which is a branch of physics that deals with heat, work, and temperature, and their relation to energy, radiation, and physical properties of matter. The focus of thermodynamics in aerospace engineering is on the production of work, often in the form of kinetic energy (for example in the exhaust of a jet engine) or shaft power, from different sources of heat. For the most part, the heat will be the result of combustion processes.