MSc Design of Rotating Machines
Cranfield University, Bedfordshire
Type of course in situ
Course provider Cranfield University
Available dates for this course
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The MSc in Design of Rotating Machines is made up of a set of advanced key mechanical engineering topics that engineers must understand to design and monitor rotating machinery. It aims to provide you with the necessary theoretical knowledge in the areas of stress analysis (theoretical and numerical), rotor dynamics, gears, bearings, transmissions, computer aided engineering, condition monitoring, vibrations and project management. Theoretical aspects of the taught course are further put into practice the use of design case studies illustrating real engineering problems.
There are few machines and other mechanical systems which do not include rotating components such as wheels, gears, bearings, shafts and seals. Turbines including steam, gas, wind and tidal, electrical motors and generators, turbochargers, and internal combustion engines, are just some examples of rotating machines which require specialist mechanical design, operation and monitoring. For a mechanical engineer, the technical skills and knowledge you will gain from this course are in strong demand throughout a range of industries and industrial applications.
Full time – October
Part time - All year round (study over 2-5 years)
To apply or for more information please contact:
T: +44 (0)1234 758008
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Cranfield Campus College Road Cranfield MK43 0AL UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1234 758540