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Thermal Power & Fluid Engineering Full Time MSc (12 months) - At the institution - Manchester - Greater Manchester
The Programme Objective is to produce postgraduate specialists with: -advanced understanding of heat and fluid flow processes and their role in modern methods of power generation; -in-depth understanding of numerical and experimental techniques in heat and fluid flow.
This programme is suitable for engineering and science graduates and also engineering professionals who wish to: -enhance their expertise in engineering thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer; -develop their competence the use of analytical and also state-of-the-art computational and experimental methods in the analysis of heat and fluid flow systems for both industrial and research applications.
Thermal Power & Fluid Engineering Full Time MSc (12 months)
This programme enables graduates to acquire training in the theory and practice of a broad range of industrially relevant topics within the fields of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. It is designed specifically to meet the needs of the modern engineer both in industry and in research or education establishments.
Special emphasis is placed on laboratory work both for gaining insight through experimentally observed phenomena and also to provide practical experience of a wide range of measurement and data analysis techniques. The programme has a strong practical orientation and aims to produce engineers with the theoretical and practical experience to enable them to analyse and investigate problems, and to engage in design, development and testing in areas involving: internal combustion engines and turbine, fluid flows and heat transfer.
The academics that support the TPFE course, either through teaching, or through supervision of Dissertation Projects, carry out research in wide range of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer topics.
The taught part of the programme consists of four single and three double course units. The single course units are studied in the first ten-week block of lectures and provide essential groundwork for the double course units, which are taught in the second eight-week block of lectures. All course units are compulsory and typically include: Fluid Mechanics; Heat Transfer; Computational Fluid Dynamics; Thermodynamics; Experimental Methods; Internal Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines.