BEng Energy Engineering

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BEng Energy Engineering


This programme is designed to prepare mechanical and energy graduates for needs of modern society in the disciplines. Engineers are central to providing sustainable, smart solutions to complex national and industrial challenges. They are involved in the delivery of new forms of power generation and production of machines and systems for automotive, energy, heating and cooling systems. Students will be equipped with fundamental theoretical principles and skills to design, maintain and deliver complex engineering solutions including power plants, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), heat exchangers, fluid machineries, conventional energy plants using coal, oil and gas and renewable energy plants such as biomass, biodiesel, solar and wind energy systems.

UG1001ALSS 101Technical Writing & Academic Literacy Skills ICoreFoundation to basic English language concepts and writing.
UG1001CETG 111Engineering GraphicsCoreIntroduction to engineering graphics.
UG1001CHEM 101General Chemistry ICoreIntroduction to chemistry.
UG1001COMP 101Introduction to ComputingCoreIntroduction to Computing.
UG1001MATH 101Pre-CalculusCoreMathematical foundation course.
UG1001PHYS 101Introductory Physics ICoreIntroduction to Physics.
UG1002CETG 121Workshop PractiseCoreWorkshop practise.
UG1002CETG 122Introduction to EngineeringCoreIntroduction to engineering
UG1002CHEM 102General Chemistry IICoreChemistry foundation course.
UG1002MATH 102Introductory CalculusCoreIntroduction to Calculus.
UG1002PHYS 102Introductory Physics IICorePhysics foundation course.
UG1002STAT 102General Statistics ICoreIntroduction to statistics.
UG2001ALSS 201Technical Report WritingCoreBasic skills of writing in standard report formats.
UG2001COMP 211Procedural ProgrammingCoreBasics of procedural programming.
UG2001EEEN 211Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering ICoreBasic electrical laws and DC circuits.
UG2001EMTH 201Engineering Mathematics ICoreIntroduction to engineering mathematics.
UG2001MECE 211Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)CoreGeneral principles of statics.
UG2001MMEE 210Materials ScienceCoreIntroduction to material science.
UG2002COMP 202Object Oriented ProgrammingCorePrinciples of object oriented programming.
UG2002EEEN 221Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering IICoreNetworks in AC and electronic systems.
UG2002EMTH 202Engineering Mathematics IICoreAdvanced engineering mathematics.
UG2002INME 221Design MethodsCoreSteps needed to ideate, execute and test a product.
UG2002MECE 221Strength of MaterialsCoreOverview of mechanical and aerospace disciplines.
UG2002MECE 222Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)CoreOverview of mechanical and aerospace disciplines.
UG200WV L200CETG 220Workshop Technology & Skills DevelopmentCorePractical aspects of engineering & technology (undertaken in the winter vacation).
UG3001ALSS 301Technical Communication & Basic Research MethodsElectiveFundamentals of qualitative and quantitative research.
UG3001EEEN 312Analogue ElectronicsCoreBasic characteristics of ideal and non-ideal PN-diode.
UG3001EMTH 301Engineering Mathematics IIICoreEngineering mathematics for advanced students.
UG3001MECE 311Fluid Mechanics ICoreIntroduction to fluid mechanics.
UG3001MECE 312Thermodynamics ICoreFundamental laws of thermodynamics.
UG3001MECE 313Theory of Machines & MechanismsCorePrinciples of machines and mechanisms.
UG3001MINS 311Measurements & InstrumentationCorePrinciples of measurements and instrumentation.
UG3002EMTH 302Engineering Mathematics IVCoreApplication of mathematical models to engineering principles.
UG3002GEME 321Engineering Project ManagementCorePrinciples and practices of project management by engineers.
UG3002INME 322Manufacturing Technology ICoreFundamental technologies used in manufacturing and processes.
UG3002MECE 321Fluid Mechanics IICoreSteady flow in pipes, ducts and open channels.
UG3002MECE 322Thermodynamics IICoreHeat engine and gas power cycles.
UG3002MECE 323Fuel Science & CombustionCorePrinciples of fuel science and combustion.
UG4001EEEN 411Linear Control SystemsCoreDefinition and examples of control systems.
UG4001EEEN 415Renewable Energy TechnologiesCoreIntroduction to renewable energy technologies.
UG4001ENER 412Energy Efficiency & ManagementCoreIntroduction to energy efficiency and management.
UG4001GEME 411Economics, Business & EntrepreneurshipCoreThe economics of business.
UG4001MECE 411Heat & Mass TransferElectiveHeat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation.
UG4001MECE 412Energy Conversion ProcessesCorePrinciples of energy conversion processes.
UG4002CETG 420Industrial AttachmentCoreInternship in industry / government enterprises, during the winter semester and the entire semester 2.
UG5001CETG 510Project ICore (project)A final year (design) project in engineering.
UG5001EEEN 511Power Electronics & DrivesCoreOverview of power semiconductor switches.
UG5001ENER 411Electrical Energy SystemsCoreIntroduction to electrical energy systems.
UG5001ENER 513Energy Efficient BuildingsElectiveStudy of energy efficient buildings.
UG5001ENVS 304Environmental Impact AssessmentCoreFundamentals of enviromental impact assessments.
UG5001GEME 512Sociology, Technology & SocietyCoreTechnology diffusion and societal preferences.
UG5001MECE 515Solar Energy EngineeringCorePrinciples of solar energy engineering.
UG5002EEEN 521Power Systems Operation & ControlElectiveConcepts of operation and control of power systems.
UG5002ENER 512Air Pollutants from Combustion ProcessesElectiveIntroduction to the air pollutants arising from combustion processes.
UG5002ENER 515Smart Grids & Distributed Power SystemsCoreIntroduction to smart grids and distributed power systems.
UG5002ENER 521Advanced Energy SystemsCoreAdvanced energy systems.
UG5002ENER 522Biofuel TechnologyCoreThe principles of biofuel technology.
UG5002GEME 521Engineering, Business & SocietyCoreEngineers as business leaders
UG5002MECE 521Design of Thermal SystemsElectivePrinciples of thermal system design.

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  • Duration 5 Years
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
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