20 Credits AUTUMN



Aims/Description: In conjunction with a similar module that runs in the Spring semester, this module will provide you with the fundamental knowledge and understanding that will underpin the rest of your mechanical engineering degree. This module focuses on statics, solid mechanics and manufacturing processes; you will learn about these topics from first principles and observe them as phenomena in the laboratory. You will then have the opportunity to apply them to a practical engineering problem in a separate, concurrent integrative project module.

Restrictions on availability: This is a core module restricted to students registered on the programmes listed under ┐Associated programmes┐

Staff Contact: ZHANG DONG
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Problem solving, Independent Study, Formal Exam
Assessment: Formal Exam

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