M.E.(Thermal Engineering)- Stands for Master of Engineering in Thermal Engineering. Typically, a Master of Engineering (Thermal Engineering) is a two year course, the minimum eligibility for which is a B.E (Thermal Engineering) or any equivalent engineering degree. Thermal engineering is the process of controlling heat as well as temperature rise in the computer. Subjects studied under this degree are Energy Conservation and Management, Advanced Thermodynamics, Advanced Heat Transfer, Applied Mathematics for Mechanical Engineers, Refrigeration Systems Design, Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control, Instrumentation in Thermal Engineering, Internal Combustion Engine Design and design of Condensers Evaporators & Cooling Towers.
There are a lot of career opportunities in this field. Engineers from this field are employed mostly in production firms or they can also opt for managerial and executive position in public and private sectors. Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities and colleges. This field has lot of opportunities for those who want to pursue a career as a researcher. Thermal engineering is one of the highly remunerative and challenging fields.
Thermal engineering laboratory is one of the core laboratories of mechanical engineering branch which is mainly intended to introduce the fundamental theory and the practical industrial applications in the field of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics and solar energy. This laboratory supports the courses for the undergraduate and post graduate studies. Moreover, this laboratory also supports the advanced research in the area of thermal engineering, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics.
Studying the advanced subjects on Thermal engineering like
- Advanced thermodynamics
- Advanced heat transfer
- Advanced engineering fluid mechanics
- Advanced Internal combustion engineering
- Nuclear engineering
- Computational fluid dynamics
Focusing on the design of thermal equipment and applications of thermal engineering
- Design of thermal systems
- Design and analysis of turbo machines
- Advanced Power plant engineering
- Cogeneration and Waste heat recovery systems
The students have to do a project for two semesters (Phase I and II) based on innovative idea or recent research in any one area of Thermal engineering.
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