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SG 333 - BEng in Mechanical Engineering

Course Type: CAO and Third Level
Institute Name: Institute of Technology,Sligo-CAO
Fee: -
Course Locations: Sligo

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CAO CODE: SG333 This course covers all the fundamentals of mechanical engineering, providing a firm foundation in mathematics and scientific principles, a detailed treatment of engineering design, analysis, materials science and mechanical systems along with practical project work in all relevant engineering technologies. The program also aims to enhance the leadership and communication skills needed in mechanical engineering and to prepare students for progression on to higher level programmes. • Application of principles of physics for analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems • Solid understanding of mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics and energy

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