CE.TE.PA1. Adequate knowledge, with application to the engineering of: the methods of calculation and development of facilities of the propulsive systems; the regulation and control of propulsive systems installations; the handling of experimental techniques, equipment and measuring instruments of the discipline; the fuels and lubricants used in aviation and automotive engines; the numerical simulation of the most significant physical-mathematical processes; the maintenance and certification systems of aerospace engines.
CE.TE.PA2. Applied knowledge of: internal aerodynamics; propulsion theory; performances of airplanes and jet aircrafts; propulsion system engineering; Mechanics and thermodynamics.
Applied knowledge of: theory of propulsion; jet engine performance; propulsion system engineering.