Cardiff University Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

Cardiff University Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering (BEng)

Mechanical Engineering is the creative application of science and expertise to the design, construction and operation of products and processes.

From the design of jet engines and racing cars to the production of consumer goods, mechanical engineers are essential, and combine imagination with modern technology to offer innovative solutions to meet the complex requirements of society and industry.

In all industrial sectors, Chartered Mechanical Engineers develop well-designed products, manufacture them by efficient processes and sell them skilfully on world markets. Choosing this degree means that you will receive a sound training in the fundamentals and applications of engineering principles and can look forward to a challenging and rewarding career.

Key facts

Important Legal Information: The programme information currently being published in Course Finder is under review and may be subject to change. The final programme information is due to be published by March 2016 and will be the definitive programme outline which the University intends to offer. Applicants are advised to check the definitive programme information after the update, to ensure that the programme meets their needs.

Mechanical Engineering is the creative application of science and expertise to the design, construction and operation of products and processes. From the design of jet engines and racing cars to the production of consumer goods, mechanical engineers are essential and combine imagination with modern technology to offer innovative solutions to meet the complex requirements of society and industry.

In all industrial sectors, Chartered Mechanical Engineers develop well-designed products, manufacture them by efficient processes and sell them skilfully on world markets. Choosing this degree means that you will receive a sound training in the fundamentals and applications of engineering principles, and can look forward to a challenging and rewarding career.



IUTAM Symposium on Elastohydrodynamics and Micro-elastohydrodynamics: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Cardiff, UK, 1-3 September 2004 (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications)
Book (Springer)
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FAQ

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Can a civil engineer work as a production engineer?

A civil engineer can work as a production engineer with the proper training. Both use similar concepts, however each uses its own methods by which to apply known principles.

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Can a mechanical engineer work in a civil engineering field? | Yahoo Answers

Mechanical and civil engineering do overlap in some areas such as strength of material and structure. However, it would be bad practice to force a mechanical engineer or civil engineer, for that matter, cross over to work entirely on the wrong discipline.

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