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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Department of Mechanical Engineering"

Results 1 - 20 of 57

 

CodeTitleArea
MCEN4013Advanced Refrigeration System DesignDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN3004Advanced Strength of MaterialsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN3002Applied Fluid MechanicsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN3000Applied Thermodynamics and Heat TransferDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MXEN4003Automatic ControlDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN6010Automatic ControlDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN3003Competitive Manufacturing ProcessesDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN4000Design For ManufacturingDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN6006Design for ManufacturingDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MXEN3003Design of Mechanical ComponentsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN7000Doctoral Thesis - Mechanical EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MXEN3004Dynamic Modelling and ControlDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN4011Engineering Design MethodologyDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN6012Engineering Design MethodologyDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN2005Engineering GraphicsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MATH2012Engineering MathematicsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN6007Engineering Noise ControlDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN4009Engineering Noise ControlDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN6008Finite Element AnalysisDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
MCEN4008Finite Element AnalysisDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

 

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