Materials Engineering and Design - Energy Engineering

Materials Engineering and Design

Materials engineering and design is a branch of mechanical engineering concerned with the design and manufacture of any industrial product to go beyond the design and automation of machines and production lines necessary for the manufacture of these products and the methods and methods of controlling them to include programmable logic control systems, open-loop control systems and closed-loop systems using electrical or electro-hydraulic control systems Or electro-pneumatic driven by hydraulic power fluids and working by compressed air. The Department of Materials Engineering and Design includes studies related to the design and production by traditional or computer methods of metallic and polymeric objects, molds of plastic and metal objects, electronic, electrical and mechanical tools and metal structures. The use of modeling and simulation programs is one of the most important sciences on which the Department of Materials Engineering and Design is based in testing products and design and production studies in a hypothetical manner that simulates the final product in real operating conditions according to the physical and mechanical parameters of the studied element, with the aim of improving the design and developing the quality of the product, both in terms of structure or from The design and investment aspect. This department is involved with all technical and classical engineering disciplines, as it is concerned with the study of common engineering drawing in all types of engineering, engineering mechanics (force analyzes), manufacturing methods, metallurgy, materials, tests, methods of operation, automation of production processes and industrial heating and ventilation systems, and participates with civil engineering in selecting Building materials, their specifications, standards, tests and designs for metallic and industrial structures.