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Future engineers need to train to be able to confidently bring together the various core strands of engineering within the sphere of the real world. The traditional way of teaching is to silo these core areas. Learning how to combine this knowledge is usually the reserve of a research project or during their working lifetime.
This module will bring together these skills in an area of engineering where there are currently some exciting developments. The three core areas are the important of extreme situations comprised of temperature, pressure and reactions at interfaces (chemistry).
The theory developed in the module will be supported by examples from the research activities within the Department of Mechanical Engineering and as part of their investigation into the subject students will be encouraged to engage with industry and departmental researchers.
Upon completion of this module students will be able to:
This module is taught through: