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The best of mechanical engineering?

The best of mechanical engineering? Topic: Mechanical engineering jobs applications
April 21, 2019 / By Odell
Question: i have to chose between 3 mechanical ENG. sections >> - B.Sc of Mechanical engineering - thermal power ? - B.Sc of Mechanical engineering - aeronautics ? - B.Sc of Mechanical engineering - mechatronics ? which one is the best & has a wide range of fields ( jobs ) ? . and why ???
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Larrie Larrie | 6 days ago
It depends on what you enjoy doing more. Thermal Power deals with power plants, HVAC, heating and cooling for industrial and commercial sites, things of that nature. Aeronautics is concerned with aerospace applications. You would work with airplanes, or applications in the production of airplanes, or maybe just something dealing with aerodynamics. Mechatronics is basically the combination of mechanical techniques (gears, pulleys, belts) with electronics (circuits, boards, etc). This field could include automated machinery (think assembly line), and even has an application in robotics. Any of these specific disciplines has numerous jobs out there, and just because you choose a specialty doesn't necessarily mean you are limited to that field. Most places will hire a good engineer with a slightly less experienced background if they are talented enough. Good luck!
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Larrie Originally Answered: Mechanical engineering?
I've been an engineering professor at several schools. Try for engineering school anyway, and expect to work a bit harder in the math courses. If you took advanced algebra and trigonometry, you'll be in good shape for a beginning calculus class, though you'd be well-advised to take the college's pre-calculus class. There's no particular benefit in taking calculus in high school; usually it does more harm than good. What I'd suggest is that you go off to college and declare no major right away. Take math and physics, along with your regular requirements, and see how things go. If you find these interesting, which you very well might, then you'll be in perfectly good shape to start engineering courses later on. Go have a talk with the undergrad coordinator and some of the professors at the school you expect to attend. They can answer some of your questions. Engineering is absolutely great, and though I'm an EE, I have always seen the attraction of ME.

Ithamar Ithamar
Probably not. I'm a chemistry major and have a brother who is an engineering major. My degree has little to nothing to do with engineering and depending on the classes you take on the chemistry side you will not even get into the instruments used for chemistry in some cases. So really you probably need to head to a different school because majoring in chemistry probably will not do you much good for chemical engineering.
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Fergus Fergus
Thermal means you can work on turbines for airplanes, power plants, gas and diesel engines. Lost of jobs.
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Daly Daly
They all have a wide range of jobs available. Which one do you love? That's the one you should do.
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Daly Originally Answered: The best of mechanical engineering?
It depends on what you enjoy doing more. Thermal Power deals with power plants, HVAC, heating and cooling for industrial and commercial sites, things of that nature. Aeronautics is concerned with aerospace applications. You would work with airplanes, or applications in the production of airplanes, or maybe just something dealing with aerodynamics. Mechatronics is basically the combination of mechanical techniques (gears, pulleys, belts) with electronics (circuits, boards, etc). This field could include automated machinery (think assembly line), and even has an application in robotics. Any of these specific disciplines has numerous jobs out there, and just because you choose a specialty doesn't necessarily mean you are limited to that field. Most places will hire a good engineer with a slightly less experienced background if they are talented enough. Good luck!

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