Welcome at the Aerostudents website. This website is made to help Aerospace Engineering students with their studies. It started as a community of students at the TU Delft, but it has grown into a worldwide community of students helping each other by writing and contributing useful files.

Fun reading

Do you ever read fantasy/sci-fi books? Well, I like them too. My name is Hildo, I've written nearly all of the summaries on this website, and now I've just released a novel too. Support me (and indirectly this website) and order it through the publisher AuthorHouse, through Amazon (e-book) or other ways. Once you've read it, feel free to drop me a note with your thoughts about it.


  • Tuesday 6-9 - Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics
    I received an interesting book on Numerical Methods. I'm not sure what the best place for it is, but it seems to correspond best with the Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics course, so I put it there. Feel free to let me know if it should be put on some other page instead.
  • Thursday 18-8 - Propulsion and Power
    There's a Matlab turbine simulator on GitHub which could be useful for people following the Propulsion and Power course. It's fun to play around with, to understand turbines better. The link is now on the Propulsion and Power page.
  • Monday 15-8 - Linear Algebra
    Yet another summary for the Linear Algebra course has been uploaded. The previous two summaries were not so popular, but this one looks really good, so if you're following the Linear Algebra course, do check it out.
  • Monday 15-8 - Waves and Electromagnetism
    I also received the old exams for the Waves and Electromagnetism course. Keep up the contributions guys!
  • Monday 15-8 - Waves and Electromagnetism
    I just received solutions, made by a student, of some of the Waves and Electromagnetism exams. They seem to be very clear and straightforward. Definitely useful for future runs of the course.