BENG/MENG IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDIES

 
 

MEng Mechanical Engineering is a four-year programme. It aims to develop theoretical and practical competencies in mechanical system design and application, engineering analyses, innovation, project design, project management and problem solving.

Lancaster University’s engineering programmes require students to commence with fundamental engineering modules from the first year of their study. Students will not be repeating subjects such as physics, mathematics and chemistry that they undertook at school level in the first year of the engineering programme.

Student numbers are strictly controlled to provide personalized engagement with academic staff members. Typically, class sizes are only about 25 students. Students also pursue a range of foundation courses in areas such as mathematics and technical communication.

The Institute also operates a ‘Buddy Programme’ through its “Student Welfare Centre”. Under this programme an academic staff member works one-on-one and shadows a student all through his stint at the Institute.

TRANSFER TO LANCASTER UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM

Students who qualify (based on class performance, performance in assessments, discipline, attendance records etc.) are eligible to transfer to Lancaster University in the final year of their programme. Students who transfer will be required to pay the fees charged by Lancaster University and will be entitled to all benefits that students studying in the UK Campus are entitled to.

MEng students can exit the programme on satisfactorily completing three years of study. If students choose to do this, they will be eligible for a BEng if the academic prerequisites for a BEng degree are fulfilled.

CAREER AND ADVANCED STUDY

Lancaster University’s engineering qualifications opens up opportunities for rewarding careers in private sector organizations in India and abroad. Lancaster University qualifications are also unequivocally accepted as requisite qualifications for advanced study in top-tier universities worldwide.

The Institute’s “Placement and Industry Internship Centre” supports students in various ways (though industry visits, competency building workshops, workshops on soft skills and communication etc.) to seek and compete for positions and internships in India and abroad.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the programme, students are expected to have developed the following competencies

INTELLECTUAL

  • Select and apply appropriate domain knowledge to model and analyze engineering problems
  • Analyze engineering systems and create systems through synthesizing ideas from a range of sources
  • Undertake projects management tasks and complete financial assessment of engineering projects
  • Apply engineering knowledge and understanding to design systems, components or processes

PRACTICAL

  • Analyze, design, develop and manufacture physical devices and systems
  • Conduct group design projects, design and model systems, mechanics and actuators, and advanced computer aided engineering systems
  • Complete Intelligent Control, Renewable Energy Projects, Micro Systems
  • Use engineering IT tools including writing computer programme
  • Test design ideas in the lab or through simulation with analysis and critical evaluation of results
  • Develop skills in creative design, analyses and problem solving

TRANSFERABLE

  • Applications of Intelligent Control Systems, Engineering Analysis, robotics and various machine elements
  • Real time projects with industry and other organizations
  • Communicate effectively in writing and orally through presentations and drawings
  • Team work and use of ICT tools
  • Locate and retrieve information from libraries, databases and other sources
  • Data manipulation and presentation
  • Creativity and innovation in dealing with engineering situations
  • Time management

COURSE STRUCTURE
ENGR112 The World of Manufacture
ENGR113 Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals
ENGR114 Sensing and Signals
ENGR119 Design, Innovation and 3-D Thinking
MATH141 Algebra, Graphs and Elementary Complex Numbers
MATH142 Determinants, Vectors and Further Complex Numbers
MATH143 Calculus
ENGR111 Strength and materials
ENGR115 Computers and Control
ENGR116 The Digital Domain
ENGR117 Transport technology
ENGR118 Energy, Chemical and Sustainable Engineering
ENGR120 Electronic Information Systems Design
MATH144 Differential Equations
MATH145 Further Calculus and Numerical Techniques
ENGR201 Engineering Analysis
ENGR202 Instrumentation and Control
ENGR203 Power and Heat
ENGR216 Mechanics and Vibrations
ENGR204 Engineering Projects
ENGR205 Business Development Project
ENGR217 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics
ENGR218 Materials & Design
ENGR300 Individual Project
ENGR311 Engineering Management
ENGR312 Electrical and Fluid Drives and Actuators
ENGR352 Mechanics
ENGR353 Design and Manufacturing
ENGR354 Engineering Materials
ENGR355 Machine Elements
ENGR445 Leadership in Technology
ENGR401 System design and modeling
ENGR404 Mechanics and Actuators
ENGR406 Intelligent System Control
ENGR407 Group Project
ENGR411 Advanced CAD/CAM