The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University offers thesis-based graduate programs leading to master of engineering (MEng) and doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees in Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical engineering research facilities include automation and control, computer, fluids, heat transfer and structures laboratories. Specialized facilities include a low speed wind tunnel, SEM and XRD material characterization equipment, a multiphase flow loop, cold rooms, wave/tow tank, machine vision and x-ray imaging, and a mechatronics laboratory. There is also a manufacturing technology and rapid product development centre. The laboratories are supported by on-site technical services, which include a large machine shop and numerically-controlled machining facilities. Students may pursue graduate studies in Mechanical Engineering in areas such as: computer-aided design controls corrosion fatigue and fracture mechanics fluid dynamics heat transfer integrity assessment materials mechanical design mechatronics product development resource utilization robotics structural dynamics vision systems biomechanics and occupational health The MEng program normally takes two years to complete and students are required to complete at least four courses, a seminar course and a thesis.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,536|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$1,947|
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