Master’s Course in Mechanical Engineering
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The master’s degree program in mechanical engineering is divided into five major fields, namely, solid mechanics and applied mechanics, thermal energy and power systems, fluid systems, materials processing and manufacturing engineering, and control engineering. The focus areas involve theoretical and experimental procedures pertaining to kinematics and dynamics of machinery, heat transfer and heat exchange, fluid dynamics and fluid control, internal combustion engine and gas dynamics, mechanical design, control systems design, materials processing and evaluation, advanced materials and computer applications, and manufacturing engineering.
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The students must take the following subjects: Comprehensive Exercise in Mechanical Engineering and Master’s Thesis. In addition, the students are required to choose some courses from the following subjects: Advanced Continuum Mechanics, Dynamics of Machinery, Advanced Heat Transfer, Advanced Hydrogen Energy Engineering, Combustion, Advanced Fluid Mechanics, Data Acquisition and Signal Processing, Advanced Mechanics of Viscous Flow, Precision Engineering, Manufacturing Automation, Materials Science and Processing, Advanced Materials Science and Fracture Mechanics, Advanced Mechanical Control, and Biomechanics.