Engineering Mathematics (CITY1077)
To develop the student's mathematical ability and to apply principles to the solution of engineering problems and to make use of mathematical computer based packages
Engineering Science 1 (CITY1078)
An introduction to mechanical principles, energy transfer and AC electrical theory. Mechanical principles including solid mechanics, statics, dynamics and mechanical vibrations. Modes of heat transfer and energy losses. Electrical principles and single phase AC theory.
Engineering Materials (CITY1091)
Study of Material structure. Appreciation of material properties. Understanding of manufacturing and design considerations for the use of different materials.
CAD Techniques and Design (CITY1092)
An Introduction into CAD in the Design Process, progressing swiftly through 2D draughting to explore 3D conceptual design and visualisation. During this module students will take part in a relevant work based design project.
Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics (CITY1095)
Learners will investigate pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams, examine the characteristics of components and equipment and evaluate the applications of pneumatics and hydraulics.
Management Techniques in Mechanical Engineering (CITY1098)
On completion of this unit to appraise the main techniques that improve organisations’ operations.
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