M.E in Automobile in Engineering(Part Time)

Anna University
In Chennai

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Typology Master
Location Chennai
Duration 3 Years
  • Master
  • Chennai
  • Duration:
    3 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
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Sardar Patel Road. Chennai, 600025, Tamil Nadu, India
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Starts On request
Sardar Patel Road. Chennai, 600025, Tamil Nadu, India
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M.E in Avionics(Full Time)

5.0 01/08/2009
What I would highlight: The course programme is very good. We can learn so many things about aircraft infrastructure. The syllabus is well designed by Avionics experts and it is upto the industrial standards. For the persons who is fascinated about the control systems, then this M.E Avionics programme is the best choice. The professors are too good, friendly and easy going. Also there are some Avionics companies available who ready to offer jobs for Avionics Engineers. Overall the programme is good.
What could be improved: The cost of some course material is very high (in the range of 5000 - 12000). But its more worthier than we invest in buying those books.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Course programme

Semester I:
Applied Mathematics for Thermal Engineers
Advanced Heat Transfer
Advanced Thermodynamics

Semester II:

Refrigeration Systems Design
Instrumentation for Thermal Systems
Elective I

Semester III:

Air conditioning Systems Design
Elective II
Elective III

Semester IV:

Computer Simulation of Refrigeration
and Air conditioning Systems
Design of Condensers Evaporators and Cooling Towers
Elective IV

Semester V:

Elective V
Elective VI
Elective VII

Semester VI:
Project Work – Phase II

List Of elective:

Behavioural Science and Engineering Management
Cryogenic Engineering
Sorption Heating and Cooling Systems
Food Processing Preservation and Transport
Refrigeration Machinery and Components
Design Of Thermal Systems
Building Architecture and HVAC Systems
Energy Conservation in HVACR Systems
Fans and Blowers
Erection and Maintenance of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Equipments
Indoor Air Quality Control
Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodologies
Energy Forecasting, Modeling And Project Management
Air Handling Systems Design
Industrial Refrigeration
Design of Cleanrooms and Containment areas
Materials For Low Temperature Applications
Green Buildings
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Mini Project

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