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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 24-11 - Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics
    I got sent a link to a nice course on Numerical Analysis. I'm not sure which course it's most connected to, but I think it's the Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics course. (Correct me if I'm wrong.) In either case, the course looks interesting, so if you're studying numerical methods, check it out.
  • Thursday 19-11 - A new website for Aerospace Engineers: AerospaceEngineering.aero
    I just heard from some friends that they set up a new website called AerospaceEngineering. It's a website filled with news and other useful info for Aerospace Engineering. As such it complements the Aerostudents website really well. We do the education. They do everything else. Feel free to check it out.
  • Saturday 31-10 - Differential Equations
    I just got sent a very nice and intuitive Differential Equations. Though there's already a lot of stuff on DE, this one is a nice addition.
  • Saturday 29-8 - Stress E-book
    I just heard about a nice resource on Stress/Structural Analysis: the stress e-book. It seems a bit commercial, but it has some nice free parts as well. So for those interested in stress analysis, it's worth while to have a look at it.