Earning a Ph.D. requires extended study and intense mental effort. A PhD is an academic study on which you concentrate for four to six years after obtaining your master’s degree, and that leads, if successful, to a PhD degree, the highest academic degree.
A PhD in Mechanical Engineering helps you understand the concepts in engineering better hence enabling you to give solutions to complex mechanical problems. Through this training, you can provide advisory services to mechanical engineering companies especially in different mechanical problems.
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Use your advanced engineering skills to contribute to our applied industry focused mechanical and manufacturing research projects. Our experienced... [+]
PhD in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Use your advanced engineering skills to contribute to our applied industry focused mechanical and manufacturing research projects.Our experienced engineering researchers have achieved significant successes across application areas and industry sectors.Through collaboration with our own institutes and centres we produce creative solutions to existing and emerging industry-applicable engineering problems.Our research is supported by state of the art facilities, including the Advanced Manufacturing Precinct.We have experienced supervisors and extensive and advanced research facilities to support your individual research project in the following areas:Mechanical Engineering:... [-]
Our mechanical engineering research program at both the Master and Doctoral level are aligned with these main discipline areas: virtual engineering and... [+]
PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Our mechanical engineering research program at both the Master and Doctoral level are aligned with these main discipline areas:virtual engineering and design industrial and vehicle aerodynamics conservation and renewable energy (CARE) computational engineering (including CAD, FEA, CFD) applied heat and mass transfer vehicle design and crashworthiness engine and supercharger technologies sports engineering dynamics and control noise vibration harshness.
Each of these areas has a particular focus on the automotive and biomedical (including sports equipment) industries.
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